Alibi Volume 26, Number 17
April 27, 2017
We invited local artists to share their carefully crafted comic brilliance.
News & Opinion
ConocoPhillips, border wall lawsuit, N.M. emerges from Article 7 restrictions and more
We’ll help you keep up on what's happening across the state and our region, when it comes to water, public lands, wildfire, forests, nuclear waste, energy and lots of other issues.
Legislature files lawsuit over vetos, people rally to support science and CNM Ingenuity gets $2M grant.
Funny because failing the breathalyzer test happens to someone else.
Readers write about speeding vans and gun control.
Film & TV
Gritty urban horror-drama contemplates the sad life of a vampire wannabe
Michael O’Shea’s savvy, self-conscious debut film, The Transfiguration, is best exerting its queasy magnetism on lovers of art-house horror, who will appreciate its subtle manipulations of the overworked vampire genre.
Let Movies & Meaning awaken your spirit, take the Trollywood Tour and submit your film for Roswell Galacticon or Santa Fe Independent Film Festival.
The death of broadcast television
Networks go to war with one another over proprietary streaming services.
"Dear White People" and "American Gods" debut while you fondly reminisce about "The Day After."
The world’s a mess, it’s in her kiss
August March talks to Exene of X about touring in a van in one's sixties, multi-generational punk families and buying local.
Arts & Lit
Community-building festival returns for year two
Rezilience is a two-day experience aiming to reinforce traditional ways of understanding community, as well as ones that speak to the modern existence of many Indigenous people.
Rivals of Aether has a charming throwback art style with gameplay that mixes old and new elements in the party fighter genre.
MAYA “Latin infusion” cuisine is zesty
There is a vast amount of skill harbored in MAYA's kitchen, but consistency is everything.
El Patron opening new location, Tasty Spot tells you where the trucks are, Pizza 9 cares about education, Isotopes name change, new postage stamps commemorate Latino food and a lesson in brunch.
Try the sweet stuff
Rini Grammer gets happy, relaxed and euphoric with THC and some rest with CBD.