Alibi Volume 26, Number 11
March 16, 2017
10-year-old Marisol Paramo inspires with her first book
10-year-old publishes book about a caterpillar who doesn’t know who she is going to be when she grows up.
News & Opinion
Council meeting productive, progressive
Neighborhoods want more time to weigh in on ABC to Z project, Pay Equity Initiative seeks better pay equity, Council wants new rape kits processed within 3 months and Nob Hill sidewalks are envied.
APS recognizes bilingual graduates, education secretaries absent for budget talks and extraction wells are cleaning the Kirtland jet fuel spill.
Natural Rx makes you wonder …
Despite the somewhat hidden location, lack of printed lab results and sub-par medicine, the place was packed with patients who were clearly regulars.
Funny because a steakhouse training certificate is mistaken for a management degree by someone else.
Film & TV
Modest British drama pits the past against the present, but neither one is really that big a deal
The Sense of an Ending features some subtle performances and an intrigue-filled setup, but squanders much of its potential with a too-teasing narrative and an inability to pay off properly in the end.
Learn about women in the film industry, see the N.M. actor’s showcase, the Galapagos’ unique plants and animals or the Italian Film & Culture Festival.
“Samurai Jack” on Cartoon Network
In these less-episodic-and-more-serialized episodes, “Samurai Jack”’s producers are able to lavish a bit more time, money and care as they build toward a definitive climax.
This week watch “Beau Séjour,” “You Are Wanted,” a tribute to TCM’s Robert Osborne, “Cosplay Melee” and “Shots Fired.”
Walk off the cramps, get to a show!
August March decides that caring isn’t creepy after all and then decides to go see some shows Downtown and in the mountains.
Local singer-songwriter folks out
Alibi folk music correspondent Doug Cohen catches up with Cali Shaw.
Arts & Lit
Exhibition and book illuminate block printmaking in New Mexico
The Carved Line illuminates the extreme technical capacity and history of the block printmaking artists in New Mexico.
Damien Flores translates the life of the city into poetry
Damien Flores' work is strongly rooted in Albuquerque, speaking with such specificity that Burqueños will read things in these textured lines that no reader from outside could ever, but at the same moment Flores trains his eye on the universal.
Get sensitive and soused
Eat, drink and be literary, with El Jugo from La Cumbre, a cubano from My Sweet Basil and a book by … let's see if you can guess.
Sahara Middle Eastern Eatery plans to open a new location, Delish throws down the s’more gauntlet, Food Tour New Mexico offers a cooking class that’s legit, The Point Grill makes some room and pizza makes its move in the hostile takeover of ABQ.