Alibi Volume 26, Number 21
May 25, 2017
An adventure through eight N.M. counties
Unearthed from beneath a pile of debris and primeval survival tools was recently found an ancient explorer's journal full of fascinating details of primitive nomadic life.
Explore the mystical caves of southern New Mexico
Carlsbad Caverns: “It's like Meow Wolf IRL! 10/10 would recommend.”
A hike up Mount Taylor
Yé'iitsoh was killed by the twin war gods Born-for-Water and Monster-Slayer on top of Mount Taylor. The lava flow is the hardened remains of his blood.
News & Opinion
Council manages many municipal issues
Sprinkle some money here; toss a little over there. Albuquerque City Councilors cultivated a $531.4 million city operating budget during a five-hour regular meeting May 15.
Lawsuit filed over school funding, pedestrian deaths rise and Peter DeBenedittis runs for governor.
Alibi’s Public art contest moves forward
Art box finalists are being chosen.
Funny because being attacked by a giant penis happens to someone else.
The readers write about life, drug reimbursement and La Familiar.
Film & TV
Married couple cheat on the cheaters they’re cheating with in admirably drab domestic dramedy
Yo Dawg, I heard you like cheating, so I put cheating in your cheating so you can cheat on your cheater.
All the King’s Men and the Feline Film Festival hit KiMo and “Writing and Imagining the Short Film” class happens at Arts Lab UNM.
The 2017/18 upfront season
What can we look forward to watching (or not) in what the networks call "upfront season?"
Devin reveals his battery-licking fetish while Netflix snaps up Brad Pitt's film and Lifetime offers you yet another fear.
Festivals that are outside the box
Get out of town in search of sonic solution.
Local sound engineer rocks sustainability
Howard Wulkan, longtime artist and recording engineer, saw Albuquerque and its surrounding environment as a perfect solution to a life fraught with the stresses and dangers of living in the big city.
Arts & Lit
Mary Tsiongas creates scenes with haunting resonance
Bisecting the darkness of Tsiongas' work is a beam of light from an obsolete machine that allows nature to take its stand in the frame.
Bruce Warren Davis makes art on the edge
With a ramshackle budget, Bruce Warren Davis has been able to create highly expressive works that provide inquiry into borders in their varying shades of definition.
Locally-sourced and expertly crafted daytime fare
With its locally-sourced fare and smart, cool vibes, the quiet and cozy Farmacy is the kind of place Albuquerque deserves as an option.
Shamrock Foods expands its reach, Blake's Lotaburger rolls out a new design, Pasión Latin Fusion closes its doors, Think New Mexico is against the food tax, La Madeleine building in Uptown and a piping hot mug of … pizza?
Sandia Botanicals has the touch
Josh tries a strain that relaxes muscles and relieves stress while dodging the heady sleepiness of many indicas, and another which makes conversation easy and reduces social anxiety.