Jul 22 - 28, 2010
Sarah Montgomery, founder an director of The Garden's Edge, is promoting biodiversity one seed at a time. Find out about her seed saving program, and how to save your own.
Crop Art: Reviving an ancient farming tradition starts at home
English teacher Trinidad Vasquez struggles to educate in narco war-torn Juárez, where, since 2008, around 5,770 people have died due to the violence.
The Secret School: A teacher struggles to educate in Juárez
Answer Me This: Criminals revealed, PETA’s list, Hempapalooza, LC police
Hail, Velocipede! Trail-a-Week: Biking in the Foothills Open Space
Odds & Ends: Death by tomato sauce, the gassy outback, counterfeit bail, robbery gone wild, jail break via dumpster ends in death
Letters: Reactions to the Emcore shooting, Alamogordo chimpanzees, ode to N.M.
The Downtown “Arena”: Berry should know better
While it may seem evil on the surface, Burque crustcore band Roñoso is just a few friendly guys who write about the evils of society.
The Big Takeover
Seitan, not Satan—Roñoso releases vomit-colored vinyl
Flyer on the Wall: Do the Kurt Russell
Song Roulette: Spacy selections from Portland’s Prizm
Sonic Reducer: Daniel Francis Doyle, Grupo Fantasma, The Whispering Tree
Ari Levaux explains how to create two meat salads that, unlike most commercial salads, balance animal products with a good pile of greens.
Mina's Dish: Albuquerque doughnut round-up
Field of Greens: The right way to work meat into your lettuce
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
The Girl Who Played With Fire
, the second film in Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy, is gloomy, grisly, smart and sleazy.
Reel World: Encore screening of
Birdemic: Shock and Terror
with lead actress Whitney Moore, Duke City Shootout returns from hiatus, SW Gay & Lesbian Film Fest seeks submissions
The Girl Who Played With Fire,
smart and sleazy
Idiot Box: “Chasing Mummies” on History Channel brings up questions of how we define
Week in Sloth: Devin O’ Leary issues a Hollywood fatwa, Pinky Tuscadero,
“100 Orgasms a Day”
Film Times and Capsules
The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival brings its world-class concerts to metal-loving Albuquerque.
Culture Shock: Art, more art and a little bit about books
Another Round in the Chamber: The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival comes to Albuquerque
If You Want to Be Free: The voices of a generation speak
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of July 22
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