Gus Pedrotty—Gus, as he likes to be known—stopped by Alibi Headquarters to discuss a bid for mayor that began as idealistic—and some would say unlikely—but has since been transformed into one of the more vital and remarkable candidacies that have passed through this high desert city in ages.
Gail Guengerich investigates an unusual culinary combo.
Guests of the N.M. Pride Celebration join Weekly Alibi to party
We would like to thank everyone who visited our booth at the Albuquerque Pride Celebration and the wonderful folx running the beautiful event.
Recorded Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Archived video of the DukesUp!/New Mexico Political Report/Weekly Alibi Mayoral Forum co-production.
Test your New Mexico news savvy with our weekly pop quiz.
All over the US, baby, it’s funny because it happens to someone else.
Author Molly Evans lost her life's work in a robbery. But not her fighting spirit.
For romance author Molly Evans, it wasn't the loss of her valuables but what they contained: 22 years of work as a published author.
The con is on in David O. Russell’s hilarious history lesson
Who do we hate more: the wrongdoers or the whistleblowers? The criminals or the cops?
KiMo marathons and Stephen King double features—a look at all the hot film happenings around New Mexico.
“Duck Dynasty” on A&E
Season 5 of “Duck Dynasty” premieres Jan. 15 on A&E. What a coincidence.
Endings and beginnings: We take a quick spin around the TV dial to see what’s worth wasting your life on.
Hankering for post-prog sci-fi rawk, sleaze-thrash, Everhard-core, classical, dream-pop, swervegaze or a synthpop/industrial Nightmare? Four Up has your number.
This week we listened to new releases from Burial, Mutual Benefit and Boston.
If you’re ho-ho-hoping for avant jazz, smashups and vinyl, grindcore and ethereal experimental gigs, Four Up has your number.
“Longmire” produces a new New Mexico Walt
Rebecca Gonzales investigates “Longmire,” the biggest filmed-in-New Mexico television drama this side of “Breaking Bad.”
Test your New Mexico news savvy with our weekly pop quiz.
From Florida to New Jersey, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
Wherein the readers write about workplace trends, response to regret, Christmas on eight legs and preserving the Organ Mountains.
Intimate biopic exposes the rocky artistic relationship behind Disney’s Mary Poppins
What if the grumpiest woman in creation met the inventor of the Happiest Place on Earth? Saving Mr. Banks exposes the rocky artistic relationship behind Disney’s Mary Poppins.
December 21 is the Winter Solstice. That makes this Saturday the shortest, darkest day of the year. So why not celebrate with a bunch of short, dark films?
Christmas Day around the dial
How about artificially extending that jolly holiday feeling with some seasonal TV programming?
Rubber monsters, gypsies and hellcats—a quick spin around the television dial to see what’s worth wasting your life on.
Gifting funk, soul, R&B, doo-wop and classic jazz
DJ and noise artist Tahnee Udero celebrates TAHNZZ listmas accolades by wrapping up the funkiest and most soulful Xmas mixtape you’ve never heard.
This week we listened to new and forthcoming releases from Steve Hammond, Neil Young and Childish Gambino.
Downtown gallery brings the ho-ho-horror
The Creepshow: A Tribute to Stephen King is the twisted brainchild of three artists, and it offers a chance to delight in all kinds of nightmarish images.
A new wave of artistic film posters comes aboveground
Showcasing the pictorial renaissance in upwards of 200 posters from over 100 artists, this glossy, gifty book is packed with deep affection for—and great examples of—the art of the one-sheet.
New biography of Raymond Chandler digs into why he began writing and why Hollywood hated him.
Stay Solid! A Radical Handbook for Youth is a handbook written by and for activist youth and the adult allies who want to empower them.
An Albuquerque original resurfaces
One of Albuquerque’s favorite cafés changes locations and goes full service.
Steep your senses or chow some trans-fat-free El Pinto chips with our roundup of happenings in the Albuquerque food scene.
Mapping out holiday memories
Our Last-Minute Gift Guide features inspirational triptychs organized by geography: Downtown/Old Town, Nob Hill, Los Ranchos/North Valley, Northeast Heights and the Westside.
A psychogeographic exploration of Downtown and Old Town reveals a bevy of retail treasure troves.
If you’ve got a desperate need to shop and a shortage of time, then there’s nowhere better in Albuquerque than Nob Hill.
Want to avoid claustrophobia-inducing parking lots? Head over to one of the most interesting and eclectic areas of Burque for great shopping and easy driving.
Let’s be honest. The reason you’re still frantically shopping is you couldn't think of anything to buy. Let these shops in the Northeast Heights solve your little problem.
Albuquerque’s Westside provides fantastic last-minute shopping in the shadow of volcanoes. Go ahead—cross that river. You won’t regret it.
Test your mastery of New Mexican current affairs with our weekly pop quiz.
From Sweden to Georgia, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
Alibi readers write about the inhumane practice of releasing doves at weddings, respond to our KAFB jet fuel spill story and question F. Chris Garcia’s apology.
Your holiday caffeine guide
Eric Castillo finds the city’s best wintry concoctions, from peppermint tea to red chile mochas.
Your secret weapon against seasonal ailments
It’s a drink; it’s a dare; it’s a home remedy. It’s fire cider.
A guide to gifting local films
What to buy the film lover in your life this Christmas? How about some locally-made movies?
“Steven Universe” on Cartoon Network
“Steven Universe” is a wonderful, faded-candy-wrapper-colored sci-fi show about a chubby young boy named Steven.
A quick smurf around the smurf to see what’s worth smurfing your smurf on.
From rockabilly to “disco-core” to performance art to guitar and vox-centric classical to noise-punk, Four Up has you covered. Now with A/V previews.
A bleak Xmas mixtape
Old blues, fire-and-brimstone, spoken word and calypso work as a powerful antidote to seasonal muzak and related depression.
This week we listened to new releases from Destroyer, 7 Days of Funk and Lee Hazlewood and friends. Now with A/V previews.
Al Hurricane paint-
by- numbers mural comes to Barelas
The Tannex’s south side now features the beginnings of a new mural. And the mural needs you to finish it.
Art in the School has been working since 1985 to ensure that no children are starved of the benefits of art instruction. But now their afterschool program is threatened.
Or can you skip?
Lots of sex and some questionable prose find their way into this tale of love and lust between two New Yorkers.