Alibi Volume 26, Number 19
May 11, 2017
Summer film guide 2017
Use this guide to navigate the possibilities available to you at your local cineplex between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Deanna Archuleta met with Weekly Alibi last week to discuss her bid for mayor. During the conversation, it became clear that her objectives—matched with a genuine concern for constituents and a general disdain of political priorities in favor of progressive, public-benefiting policies—drive her quest to be our city’s next leader.
Public health, public service and businesses that give back
Albuquerque mayoral candidate Deanna Archuleta’s most successful initiatives speak to her civic engagement and sense of belonging to the citizenry at large.
N.M. had the lowest graduation rate in 2015, Democratic candidates for governor race for nomination and PNM lowers proposed rate increase.
New Mexicann Natural Medicines give us a boost
Superman OG takes on inflammation with feelings of well-being and then THC-laced maple walnut fudge turns an annoyance into something to laugh at.
Funny because punishment for being “too sexy” happens to someone else.
A reader writes about one of our interviews.
“I Love Dick” on Amazon
"I Love Dick" is grown-up television dealing with complicated, messy human issues. It’s a comedy that isn’t afraid to be uncomfortable and a drama that isn’t afraid to poke fun at its characters.
Screening: a secret film in a secret location, "Max Headroom" in Santa Fe and a "capstone" project at Kimo.
Netflix has a doc about one of Nixon and Trump's tricksters, MTV shows how to prompose and PBS explains food chemistry.
Take action, then dig some live tuneage
There's a K-12 arts education fundraiser and high desert hip-hop. Blast off with the bitch and hear the deaf.
Super sleuthin' with the DIY PI Jessamyn Lovell
Jessamyn Lovell has been a photographer since her youth; that practice eventually led her to two projects, which in turn, led to her current work as an artist-turned-private-investigator.
Sarah Gerard's dark evocations of the sunshine state
Sarah Gerard's book of essays, Sunshine State, is an ode to the many faces of her home state, with a the dizzying toggle between internal landscapes and external forces, shifting between the poetic and the starkly unsentimental.
Next level bar food at Sister
Sister is a great place to chill out, talk and enjoy next level bar food—possibly the Central Perk of Albuquerque.
Farm & Table does brunch, Rio Bravo Brewing Co. plans a new restaurant, Pepper's Ole' Fashion Barbecue wins a TV competition, Meow Wolf opens a food truck, El Patron gets nacho recognition and local radio hosts raise money to fight food shaming in schools.