Alibi Volume 26, Number 09
March 2, 2017
News & Opinion
Overflowing crowd cheers city policy
City resources denied to feds, boards appointed, capital projects set up for funding and decibel threshold lowered.
Raising sons in Donald Trump’s America
Raise your sons to be the future feminists on the front line with your daughters.
APS Keeps Transgender Rights Policy, fissionable material remains non-renewable and election consolidation bill passed by House.
Funny because decoy speed traps happen to someone else.
Readers write about pollution, national security and more.
Film & TV
Jordan Peele turns racial tension into all-out terror in timely horror-comedy
Horror films, at their best, have always served as a mirror for society’s most up-to-date fears. Now comes another timely take on the genre, exploiting a topic that could not be more ripped-from-the-headlines: racism in America.
See Star Wars: The Force Awakens on a huge screen, or watch Vervet monkeys, mountain adventures or a whole international festival.
“Legion” on FX
“Legion” is an edgy, genre-bending original, unconventional in the extreme, occasionally surreal and loaded with bizarre humor.
This week in television land, viddy a show about LGBT history, and edgy and obsure animated film from 1973, a mini-series about Joan and Bette plus “She’s in Charge.”
In an interstellar burst Shins are back to save the universe
August March discusses pop reality with Shins’ frontman James Mercer.
Arts & Lit
Collected responses to Shia LaBoeuf's “He Will Not Divide Us”
Participants are encouraged to approach the camera and repeat the words however many times they like, in whatever way they are moved to.
A serene gem in the Far North Valley
Thai Kitchen is an easy place to overlook in the far northern reaches of the city, but that would be a mistake.
The Travel Channel highlights the State Fair, Moe’s Original Bar B Que moves into a vacant building, Bocadillos’ chef wins $10,000, Three Sisters Kitchen makes life easier for entrepreneurs, Lobo Food Pantry brings food to students and the Double Up Food Bucks program encourages plant consumption.
When the restless become rested
Cannabis gives a PTSD patient the ability to stay calm and collected, from work capabilities to social relationships.