Nov 18 - 24, 2010
Local Makers 2010—your handcrafted, Albuquerque-centric holiday gift guide.
Etsy-Querque: Some of our favorite ABQ vendors on cottage-industry supersite Etsy.com
A Read on the Holidays: N.M. Books
DIY X-Mas: Gifts with class(es)
Stop, Shop and Stroll: Arts and crafts festivals in your ’hood
A 1926 hospital building in East Downtown comes back to life as a boutique hotel—behold the conversion in photos.
Burque’s fair-trade mecca, Peacecraft, faces closure
Council Watch: A Mother’s Plea
Ain’t I a Woman? Transgender Day of Remembrance and local events this weekend
Photo Essay: A dose of history at Hotel Parq Central
Odds & Ends: Pastor’s pornography; an amazing sandwich; Jesus’ restraining order; crime post; he ate his beard
Letters: Game and Fish, Rail Runner, immigration love, bikes, velvet paintings, hate us, praise us
Dutch jazz man Benjamin Herman will play anything as long as you have a good time and dance.
Jazzed: Well-dressed Dutchman is ready to play anything, anytime
Show Up! Le Serpent Rouge Slithers Onto Stage
Flyer on the Wall: Attack of the eclectic DIY venue show
Sonic Reducer: The Debutante Hour, Typhoon, The Silent Comedy
Mina Yamashita tells you where to go before exchanging gifts with a chef or serious foodie.
Mina's Dish: Holiday shopping at National Restaurant Supply
Have Fork, Will Travel: The pleasures of
pesce alla Ligure
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
Gaspar Noé's eye-popping, Tokyo-set thriller
Enter The Void
is not for casual moviegoers.
Reel World: Shave up for the casting call; make stuff go boom; Friends of Film, Video and Arts make funny
Film Review: Gaspar Noé’s
Enter The Void
is sorta like if
and the end of
2001: A Space Odyssey
had a baby
kicks some serious horror flick ass
Idiot Box: “Conan” on TBS
Week in Sloth: The Prince of Wales, America’s cutest dog, “The Futurama Holiday Spectacular,” “Bacon Paradise”
Film Times and Capsules
Albuquerque native and magician's assistant Stacey Suarez discusses Hollywood, secrecy agreements, the international magic community and Neil Patrick Harris.
Profile: The life of a magician’s assistant
Book Review: Oliver Sacks’
The Mind’s Eye
explores when brains go bad
Culture Shock: Riding that train, high on spray paint
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of November 18, 2010
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