Alibi Volume 26, Number 29
July 20, 2017
News & Opinion
We’re here to stay, say Dreamers
Weekly Alibi chats with two successful, politically aware Dreamers who are still looking toward the future despite the uncertainty of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) order.
State board investigates double-dipping and a decades-old water rights case closes.
Funny because getting locked inside an ATM happens to someone else.
With primary elections for many races a little less than a year away, candidates are already jockeying for positions.
Film & TV
Christopher Nolan goes to war in a heart-pounding, historical drama about victory in the jaws of defeat
Dunkirk expresses the panic, fear and sheer chaos of war better than just about any previous film.
Sing in Tijeras, attend a N.M. film industry conference or the Jewish Film Festival.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
So get thee to a show!
With the proper resources, attitude and resilience, anyone can survive the vibrance of the scene as well as it’s murky backwaters. Here’s a guide for that bright and dark encounter, now happening—all lovingly and musically—in and around Burque.
Brockhampton brings it
Brockhampton’s SATURATION is all about drawing inspiration from one another to embrace and strengthen the self.
Arts & Lit
Terry Tempest Williams’ The Hour of Land
Williams is one of the United States' preeminent nature writers, who in an act of civil disobedience, purchased land leases intended to be sold for development of oil and gas. In her most recent work, she poignantly unpacks the multitude of histories that are embedded in 12 national parks and monuments
Nunsense 2 in all its hilarity at Aux Dog
“Habit humor,” driven mostly by the music that is Nunsense 2's centerpiece, makes this play a welcome weekend diversion.
Garduños rules the Heights
August March enjoys Garduños as much as he did a third of a century ago.
Sauce Pizza and Wine opens an ABQ location, Blaze Fast-Fire'd Pizza gives it away, make your plans for the Santa Fe Farmers Market, US to bring back horse meat, Silver Horizons needs help and KRQE Cares Food for Kids is accepting donations.
Congress votes soon on Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment, Carlsbad Anti-Drug/Gang Coalition writes a letter and N.M. gubernatorial candidates lean toward supporting cannabis.