Alice Cooper talks Hollywood Vampires, God, golf and Marilyn Manson
Literate folk gorge, beats à l’orange, Sicksicksick ol’ double-header and rap and rockabilly roundup
The view from Ibiza
Translating the experience of ¡Cine Magnífico!
Scanning the Albuquerque Film & Media Experience
“Arrested Development” on Netflix
Hip Mama’s been here for years
Latest installment of car porn series goes nowhere fast
Your guide to 2013 summer film
Students give Shakespeare full treatment this summer
Valley Meat faces backlash from animal activists and politicians
Networks add scads of shows to fall season
Last week, we took a glimpse at all the shows the networks were tossing away at the end of this season. So let’s look over all they’ll be adding in the fall.
Exploring the secrets of Banh Mi Coda
Banh Mi Coda, a Vietnamese sandwich shop, deli and tofu house across the parking lot from Talin Market, is what you'd expect to find in a big-city Asian district. It's the type of place that requires a certain percentage of its clientele to already know what is going on, because while the bright, spotless space is attractive and inviting, the myriad of unusual dishes and absence of explanation can be disorienting to the uninitiated.
Moules frites for desert dwellers
Market season brings smoothies
Farmers market season is upon us. Several have already opened for the year, with the big one, the Albuquerque Downtown Growers Market, kicking off on May 18. This is the time of year when we’re reminded of the magic that can happen when rare drops of water are mixed with our abundant New Mexico sunshine. Enjoy the resulting green while it lasts.
It must cross every beer aficionado's mind at some point. Halfway into a pint of microbrewed ale, you savor and ruminate on the balance of malt and hops. “This is good,” you think. “But could I do it better?”
Albuquerque’s oldest homebrew shop enters a new generation
A short guide to the long history of American homebrew
America has a long history with home brewing beer. The pilgrims did it in Plymouth because it was considered safer than the questionable water of their adopted home. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson made beer at Mount Vernon and Monticello respectively.
An interview with the husband-
and- wife, acting/ writing/ producing team behind Compound Fracture
Networks sweep aside underperforming shows
The last of the 2012-13 season finales are wrapping up, and the networks are in severe “cut our losses” mode. Last weekend, the broadcast networks started announcing their new shows for fall 2013. That means programmers have to make room in their schedules for all the new content. That’s bad news for a lot of folks in Hollywood who got a mess of pink slips last week telling them that their prime time meal tickets had been canceled.