Alibi Volume 26, Number 37
September 14, 2017
Sex educators by day and playing shows at night, Becki Jones and Liza Bley live their convictions
Weekly Alibi interviews musical sex educators Liza Bley and Becki Jones.
Writer and entrepreneur Jaclyn Roessel talks community and Kinaaldá ceremony
Weekly Alibi interviews Jaclyn Roessel, creator of Grownup Navajo.
News & Opinion
Council meets after Labor Day
The Sept. 6 Albuquerque City Council meeting was quick and easy, with the most interesting conversations happening during informal discussions.
Local DACA participants excel
Weekly Alibi sat down with two Dreamers to find out more about them, their program and ultimately their place in this great melting pot nation.
N.M. relieved of drought but temperatures are up, Amy Biel High School principal claims success and HUD audit is harsh.
Funny because poo is thrown into the twilight zone by someone else.
Film & TV
The good, the bad and the ugly of 2017’s box office
2017’s summer movie box office has come to an end and like a roller coaster, it was a season of highs and lows with a hell of an exciting finish.
Go see ¡Cine Magnífico!, Spirited Away or The General.
“The Orville” on FOX
What do you call an identical carbon copy that isn’t a parody? An uninspired rip-off.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
A conversation with Wake Self
Weekly Alibi chats with Wake Self about the expanding hip-hop scene, America's short attention span, teaching and gender inequality.
We review releases by Bandwidth No Name, The Angel Babies and Eileen & The In-Betweens.
Arts & Lit
New celebration gathers community Downtown to annunciate all that we are
SOMOS is a day-long event that aims to highlight our community in five distinct arenas: entertainment, cuisine, arts & culture, economic development & technology and family.
We Are Never Meeting in Real Life inspires the desire to ... meet in real life
Samantha Irby's varied collection of essays makes the topics truly felt, accessible to all and approached with unflinching realness.
There’s plenty to do this week! Check out Art Fight 35, Downtown Block Party, Day of the Distros or The Shoe Room.
Nick and Jimmy’s proves that Joshua Lee is dumb
After four trips to Nick and Jimmy’s, the reviewer has to admit “eclectic” and "fusion" aren't bad words.
Less than 24 hours to vote in Best of Burque Restaurants 2017
Yes, that ominous rumbling you hear IS the sound of the Great Age of Best of Burque Restaurants voting coming to its vainglorious conclusion. When? Tomorrow, Sept. 20 at high noon!
V Roast Bistro will serve air-roasted coffee and vegan grub
Michael Palombo, the mastermind behind Fans of Film Cafe, is opening V Roast Bistro in the same shopping center as Self Serve and Abitha’s Apothecary.
Two Too Many Bites
Rini Grammer tried her first cannabis cookie for PTSD last week and just had to tell someone about it.
APD accused of ignoring dispensary theft, Ultra Health expands to Alamogordo, legal pot tends to be cheaper and other news.