Alibi Volume 26, Number 02
January 12, 2017
Lobo Athletics Spring Sports Schedules
As a service to the strange and beautiful people in Lobo Country, here are the Lobos' home game schedules for men and women's basketball, track and field, baseball and softball.
Round 1 voting ends January 30, 2017 at high noon. Top-placing candidates from Round 1 will become the nominees for Round 2, who then will duke it out for the best in bestness.
News & Opinion
Council begins 2017 with five hour flair
The Albuquerque City Council had their hands full at their first meeting of 2017, discussing the proposed Edith Transfer Station, Candelaria Farm and Marshall Kovitz, among other important civic issues.
It’s all about education this week: Education Week gives N.M. a “D,” a charter school moratorium, an APS Board election and who needs a secretary of education anyhow?
Funny because someone else lost their Bimmer in a parking garage in Manchester
Film & TV
Script-flipping European thriller finds Isabelle Huppert getting down with her bad self
Alibi film expert Devin O’Leary discusses Paul Verhoeven’s latest work, Elle.
Reel New Mexico ends its run, a New Mexico-based documentary titled Nasario Remembers the Rio Puerco will be screened in Santa, there will be a screening party for 2 Years of Love and KiMo Theatre continues to show cinematic gems.
“The Mick” on FOX
Awful people doing awful things is still a powerful draw in teevee land, writes Devin O’Leary.
This week in sloth, “My Kitchen Rules,” “Queen Boss”, “The Young Pope” and Rock ‘N’ Roll Inventions” are among the wonders to be viewed.
Concerts that seem like a dream
Alibi music critic August March follows Bob Welch down the rabbit hole only to discover concerts that seem like a dream.
Alibi staff writer Robin Babb reviews releases by J. Cole and Little Simz while also investigating a compilation of groovy African music.
Arts & Lit
Writer Sean Prentiss searches for Edward Abbey and home
Alibi Arts and Lit Editor Maggie Grimason explores Edward Prentiss’ new book on Edward Abbey.
Global fashions premiere in Albuquerque
New Mexico Women’s Global Pathways, which supports refugee families from all over the world, holds a Cultural Fusion Fashion Celebration.
Vibrance offers up plant-based dining in a bright, leafy space
Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free foodies are not likely to be disappointed if they take the time to slow down with Vibrance.
Crunching numbers at Organtica
Our resident medical cannabis expert crunches some numbers and toots some tea.