Alibi Volume 26, Number 13
March 30, 2017
News & Opinion
Council addresses a variety of civic issues
Council hears about integrated development ordinance, sets APD naloxone time frame and calls for a study on merging city and county public safety departments.
Governor orders hiring freeze, Johnson Center getting expanded and Skandera not selected for Education Department.
Funny because steak sauce bottles baffle someone else.
Readers write about equal pay and the Affordable Care Act.
Film & TV
Weirdly conceived kiddy cartoon bogs down in confusing mythology
The bones of an interesting story are scattered throughout the film, but The Boss Baby is a convoluted idea with no coherent narrative and too many butt jokes.
Taos Shortz Film Festival begins its final run, HUMP! exposes itself, entertainment pros mix & mingle, and Roswell Science Fiction & Fantasy Film Festival is taking submissions.
“The Legend of Master Legend” on Amazon
If you’re interested in superheroes but are burned out on the big-budget razzle-dazzle of the Marvel/DC franchises, watch the pilot for “The Legend of Master Legend” and try not to be disappointed there is (as yet) no more follow-up.
"Review" finishes, Netflix has a documentary about directors' WW2 experiences and "Archer" goes film noir.
Singer-songwriter joins local community
Local singer-songwriter Jenna Dunlap discusses her new album, her song-writing process and her favorite new folk-rock bands with August March
Cerezo’s dark vision shines
August March chats with Lynette Cerezo of Bestial Mouths.
Arts & Lit
Talking breakups, dogs and happiness with Augusten Burroughs
Much of what Lust & Wonder hones in on—with heart-wrenching acuity—is the process of recognizing the ill fit of a relationship and mustering the courage to end it.
The not so annual Alibi art box competition
Submit your concept for the Alibi's Art Box Competition, a challenge to local artists to design, energize and give life to the distribution boxes that house our publication on the streets of Albuquerque.
Coors Cafe is classic
The cook at Coors Cafe must've learned his art from Paula Deen, and in my opinion he's a hero. This little brown café is awesome.
Texas Land & Cattle says goodbye, a bill to give kids their lunch waits for approval, Farmworkers Awareness Week begins, Chello N Grill opening soon, Los Pollos Hermanos opens in LA and Meals On Wheels in danger of losing funding.
The N.M. Medical Cannabis Conference and self-education
The New Mexico Medical Cannabis Conference is an educational seminar aimed at disseminating information on the medical uses, benefits and contraindications of medical cannabis.