Alibi Volume 26, Number 27
July 6, 2017
El Centro invokes freedom
Weekly Alibi reached out to El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos on how the immigration policies of an isolationist, nationalist rube, borne on the wings of los federales, may continue to play havoc with local culture, custom and law.
Why we should still be worried about Trump's Religious Liberty order
Though Trump's “religious freedom” executive order doesn't do much, it tells people who can do something to expect his support.
News & Opinion
Midsummer city politica, explained
An important municipal election is coming up on Oct. 3 with the mayor’s office and five Council seats up for the taking, as well as a controversial ballot question.
Supreme Court rejects Gold King lawsuit and Aneva Yazzie resigns from Navajo Housing Authority.
Funny because avocados are stolen from someone else.
Readers write about UNM Press, “Ask a Mexican” and giving Trump a chance.
Film & TV
Edgar Wright takes an eclectic cast on a high-speed joyride with the stereo cranked to 11
Baby Driver isn’t all testosterone-fueled explosions and physics-defying stunts. It’s a gritty, guns-and-bullets character study done with panache, skill and a slice of humor.
See Groundhog Day at the Plaza, Made in Native America (a day of screenings and discussions with Native American filmmakers), Pete’s Dragon in the park, and you still Can't Stop The Serenity.
“I’m Sorry” on truTV
In "I'm Sorry" the humor is rude, crude and consistently uncomfortable. Everyone is awful to one another, never missing an opportunity to viciously insult, tear down, gossip about or curse at one another.
Mosquitos, sharks, video games and someone wants extra serial killer credit.
More summer, more concerts, more music
The progenitors of “jet-rock,” a singer-songwriter for heaps of humans, Americana and more are coming to town.
Arts & Lit
Kim Vodicka never edits out the private parts
The sound element is an essential component to creating the vibes that are endemic to all that is Psychic Privates.
Nativo Lodge hosts artist room open house
Nativo Lodge has invited a host of Native artists from the region to design and bring into existence distinct worlds within each of 24 rooms.
Bistro Brewery is the place where you belong
Hidden along Old Corrales Road are a few spots for rock-solid casual dining that are downright easy on the wallet—and Corrales Bistro Brewery is a prime example.
Grove Café & Market wins again, Backpack Buddies Food Drive helps local kids, NHCC opens a new restaurant, Green Jeans businesses get robbed, and Bocadillos and Sahara Middle Eastern Eatery get new locations.
Every effort Jeff Sessions makes to block the legalization of cannabis only strengthens the opposition. Why? Because we hate Sessions, and anything he says is bullshit.