Alibi Volume 26, Number 12
March 23, 2017
“In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.”
There are no cavemen here; only the fresh and springy earth awaits.
News & Opinion
Councilor Dan Lewis weighs in for mayoral race
Mayoral candidate Dan Lewis believes that setting this city’s economic sights toward success and then reaping the market-provided benefits will rouse the sleeping giant known as our town.
Politics as usual, small steps forward
Some bills die in committee, some die on the floor, and some are vetoed without explanation.
Funny because “insert fart smell here” is an opinion, not false, misleading or inconsistent.
Film & TV
Woody Harrelson is your friendly neighborhood misanthrope in softhearted graphic novel adaptation
The humor employed here is angry and uncomfortable (and frequently quite funny, if you’re so inclined), but the script stops short of plumbing the crushing, existential loneliness at the center of it all.
Chasing the Light and Excluidas del Paraíso screen as the deadline for the Feline Film Festival approaches.
“Harlots” on Hulu
“Harlots” is a fine example of truth in advertising and a well-dressed, often undressed guilty pleasure.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
The eternal return as reincarnation
Delphia chats with August March about music and marching forward.
Arts & Lit
Colossal botanical murals flourish Downtown
Indigenous plants usually appear quietly in little breaks in the concrete. Pastel puts them on a scale everyone will notice.
The story contained in the first volume of Kill or be Killed is full of subversion, daydreams and gut-wrenchingly difficult pictures of human suffering.
And almost everything nice at Le Bistro
Everything at Le Bistro is of the highest quality, each singular ingredient living up to a high standard.
Hotel Andaluz makes a fabulous announcement, Red Rock Roasters teaches us about the finer things in life, Dion’s gets recognized, a local chef is a finalist at the James Beard Foundation awards, a rare meal at 99 Degrees Seafood Kitchen and the answer to your naan pizza prayers.
Despite our lawmakers' inability to tailor policy to our needs and wishes, the public outcry against the current state of cannabis laws in New Mexico was loud enough to make it into every corner of local media this year.