Saturday, August 19, noon-9pm
It's Aug. 19, 2017. You're getting evaluated by a real medical doctor. You're making tie-dye. You're learning more about your medicine. You're supporting legalization of a useful plant. You're eating delicious food. Where are you? At the first annual New Mexico HempFest of course! Entry is totally free, and parking is a measly $1 per car at the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta Park. You are roaming around enjoying live music from local bands, a Hemposium tent with exciting speakers, a kids' activity area and dozens of regional artists, farmers, educators, plus lots of tasty food trucks. You're with all your friends and family at this all-ages, family-friendly event and having an absolute blast celebrating New Mexico's hemp industry.
Wednesday, August 23 beginning at 6pm
Study Alibi’s back-to-school survival guide
Study like a Burqueño
A guide to the cities within the city
Alibi circulation manager drops native motoring knowledge
A roundup of animals and insects in your new environs
Alibi copy editor/staff writer imparts postsecondary strategy
Young adults bused in to reinforce local pro-life movement
An interview with prolific B-movie maker Albert Pyun
Delete on Reelz
Reelz is doing its damnedest to one-up Syfy in the cheap sci-fi disaster movie field. Recent stuff like Ring of Fire and CAT. 8 have proven Reelz is committed to the genre. Now comes Delete, which further hammers home the “we’re all going to die” point.
And he is funnier than you
Quieting minds and digital devices
Real estate and retail markets spur change in Nob Hill
Why you don’t need toxic pesticides injected into your walls
Environmental documentary unfolds like marine murder mystery
“Breaking Bad” on AMC
All good things must come to an end. So too all bad things. That’s certainly true for the much-loved cable crime series “Breaking Bad,” which begins airing the final eight episodes of its climactic fifth season this weekend.
New sex and relationship book empowers everybody
Dreamlandia adapts old questions for a new century
Scoping out the relocated Uptown Growers’ Market
Thriller author explodes nuclear tourism and genre archetypes
How mining giant Freeport-
McMoRan is rewriting environmental laws in New Mexico
In the name of psych, Instagram rock, “Dead Flowers” on “Rockaway Beach” and northerly neighbors roost
Pedro Almodóvar flies the frantic skies in silly, sky-high romp
“Naked and Afraid” on Discovery
The exploitative element of Discovery Channel’s new survival show “Naked and Afraid” shouldn’t comes as much of a surprise to viewers. It’s right there in the title. The surprise, rather, is the addictive nature of the seemingly familiar material.