September 4, 2014
Volume 23, Number 36
The TEDxABQ Teaser
This year’s talks will feature 17 remarkable New Mexicans. We talked to three of them to get an idea of what to expect.
One man’s alcoholism recovery story
Robert Rhatigan tried everything from Alcoholics Anonymous to prescription medications. But nothing worked until he took a trip to the Peruvian rainforest.
Hope for a future where people are not for sale
Human trafficking victims’ advocate Roslynn Gallegos talks about how exploitation can continue even after a person exits the sex industry.
Connecting to gang youth through humor
Comedian Rusty Rutherford discusses how humor has informed his work with at-risk youth.
News & Opinion
From N.M. coverage in The Grey Lady to the gubernatorial race, test your knowledge of last week’s New Mexico news with the Alibi pop quiz.
From Florida to China, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
Film & TV
Old friends are the best friends in slow-moving road trip through Iceland
Old friends reunite for a slow-moving road trip through Iceland in the indie comedy Land Ho!
Filmstock New Mexico hits KiMo, Taos Fall Arts Film Festival wants your submissions, Ladyhawke screenwriter talks at Jean Cocteau.
“The Cosmopolitans” on Amazon
Indie film auteur Whit Stillman tries his hand at a TV pilot with Amazon’s “The Cosmopolitans.”
NFL has a season kickoff, “Schoolhouse Rock!” returns and Brittany Murphy gets the Lifetime movie treatment.
A compendium of concerts you shouldn’t miss
Alibi music stringer August March delivers the deets on five shouldn’t-miss shows happening this week in Burque.
Albuquerque Record Convention brings music home
Mark Lopez waxes nostalgic on an unabating interest in vinyl in Burque.
This week, we listened to new albums by Peggy Seeger, FKA twigs and Ariana Grande. Now with A/V!
Arts & Lit
How our protectors have gone from Barney Fife to Robocop
Radley Balko’s Rise of the Warrior Cop documents a disturbing shift on America’s streets.
The beginning of the end for hip Barelas gallery The Tan, plus Ikebana for you and some Old Town retail therapy.
Down N Dirty Seafood Boil
Gail Guengerich gets deliciously messy on the shores of a prehistoric ocean.
A chat with the author of Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck
Amy Alkon, the Advice Goddess, talks about the proper way to reward good service. Or not.
Free Will Astrology
ARIES (March 21-April 19): I don't usually do this kind of thing, but I'm going to suggest that you monitor the number six. My hypothesis is that six has been trying to grab your attention, perhaps even in askew or inconvenient ways. Its purpose? To nudge you to tune in to beneficial influences that you have been ignoring. I furthermore suspect that six is angling to show you clues about what is both the cause of your unscratchable itch and the cure for that itch. So lighten up and have fun with this absurd mystery, Aries. Without taking it too seriously, allow six to be your weird little teacher. Let it prick your intuition with quirky notions and outlandish speculations. If nothing comes of it, there will be no harm done. If it leads you to helpful discoveries, hallelujah.
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