Top-placing burger makers to be celebrated June 20 to 27
Inquiring minds want to know: What’s your favorite burger in Burque? Weekly Alibi is hosting our first ever Burque Burger Week, which will showcase the city’s favorite burgermeisters as nominated by you, our lovely readers. The winning restaurants will each craft a special burger that they’ll only serve from June 20 to June 27. Nominations are open now, from May 23 to June 6. Flame on!
The city is crawling with bicycles …and it’s fabulous!
Ultra Health devotes to budding potential
Count down to Halloween with scary screenings around ABQ
Like a bat on fire, Halloween is fast approaching. For those of you who like an extended season of scares, Albuquerque offers a week-long lead-up of cinematic spookiness. Here are some of our suggestions for spending your pre-Halloween in the dark.
“Million Dollar Shoppers” on Lifetime
Autumn gets artsy at The Octopus and the Fox
A vision of the father of Muppets
Four restaurants worth leaving the plaza for
When chickens get too old to lay, it may be time for dinner
Intimate pirate thriller hits the high seas like a runaway typhoon
“The Michael J. Fox Show” on NBC
Distinctly Mediterranean at Café Istanbul
Bewitching III brings an October feeling to Stranger Factory
Comedy Awareness Week returns to ABQ
But it will spook the bejesus out of you
Talking earthy beginnings, rockabilly and the birth of La Loca Magazine
The 11th Annual Southwest Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
“The year it’s all about the films,” declares Southwest Gay & Lesbian Film Festival founder and programmer Roberto Appicciafoco. Rather than get lost—as many film festivals seem to want to do these days—in parties, workshops, red carpet soirees and 48-hour film challenges, the 11th annual SWGLFF is doing something rather rare: It’s actually concentrating on movies.
Not-so-“Lucky 7” on ABC
Fall has barely begun, yet there’s a familiar chill in the air. Halloween is still a couple of weeks away, but there’s a certain group of people out in Hollywood already shivering in fright. Less than a month into the new fall TV season and the television dead pool has claimed its first victim.