Alibi Volume 26, Number 16
April 20, 2017
Get hip to the deets
Weekly Alibi is currently accepting artists' design submissions for our Operation Art Box project and May 19 is this year's deadline for arguments and illustrations coherently explaining in some detail why and how you would transform an Alibi box. Throw in some examples of your past and current artistic endeavors while you're at it. Using "art box" in the subject line, email us at email@example.com or address snail mail to "Art Box" c/o Weekly Alibi Circulation Department, 413 Central NW, ABQ, NM 87102; drop proposals off in person at the same address or hit us up on Facebook. All submissions must include your full name, a working telephone number and the right stuff.
The first step is being aware of the issues
Though the Feds are starting to allow more pollution and other environmental damage at our expense, there are ways for New Mexico to defend itself.
Weekly Alibi met with Bernalillo County Commissioner Wayne Johnson, one of two Republicans vying for the city's top job.
Wayne Johnson offers orderly and efficient solutions
Mayoral candidate Wayne Johnson believes the DOJ consent decree is limiting APD's ability to fight crime.
Officials propose solar power plan, energy-efficient Independence Square clinic opens and Albuquerque ranked 22nd in the nation for days with elevated smog.
New Mexico’s Attorney General joins the fight
EPA leadership change has it trying to stop its own court case and the states suing to continue it.
Funny because being ticketed for an unleashed python happens to someone else.
The readers write about lovers and guns.
Experiments in Cinema v12.3
Experiments in Cinema is a week-long extravaganza of eye-opening, mind-expanding experimental films and videos from around the globe, interspersed with parties, guest lectures, hands-on workshops and live multimedia performances.
Go to the New Mexico Women in Film quad-city fiesta, learn about Western films or see the Shooting Stars.
“The Handmaid’s Tale” on Hulu
"The Handmaid's Tale is a retro-cautionary story with a dark, tense atmosphere.
Bill saves and Mary kills.
But music still sings otherwise
See Christopher Shultis give his first recital in more than 20 years, check out noisy rock for free or judge whether or not "The Gambler" is really younger than he was 40 years ago.
The role of the arts at UNM's Decolonizing Nature conference
The Decolonizing Nature conference brings together people in many disciplines, including art, to discuss ecology and sustainability.
Field Dressing at Tricklock
Field Dressing is the story of a young woman who grows antlers and becomes others' object of desire.
Lost and found in Burque’s Downtown
August March could could not believe what an epicurean turn-on the aroma at Baca Boys Cafe evoked in him.
The Crown Room hosts a dinner for wine-lovers, give back at Wine & Wishes, El Vado motel want to fill its “pods,” get the lowdown on Food Tours New Mexico, Chama River Brewing Company shows us how to pair beer with snacks and Slapfish plans ABQ locations.
The ups and downs of Sacred Garden
Sensually unimpressive joints perform surprisingly well on back pain and anti-depression.