Alibi Volume 26, Number 39
September 28, 2017
News & Opinion
Alibi endorses Democratic Auditor
In the big pool of mayoral hopefuls, definition would come through a series of forums where candidates were asked to account for themselves and their campaigns, and this is where Timothy M. Keller distinguished himself the best choice for mayor.
Clip out format means easy voting!
Bring this handy ballot guide to the polls.
Daughter of APS board member Analee Maestas suspected of embezzlement, no reason to believe N.M. voting system attacked by Russia and Pearce allowed to transfer $11k from his federal campaign to his governors' campaign.
Funny because a mannequin was pimped out by someone else. Stolen and returned, I mean. It was stolen and returned with a payment, not pimped out.
A reader writes about ART.
Weekly Alibi bids adieu to DCF
Duke City Fix disappears and is lamented.
Film & TV
Sporting flashback has a lot to say about gender, sexuality
Battle of the Sexes is about two people trying to figure out who and what they are—at a time when society is happy to dictate exactly who and what they are.
See Hidden Figures, Nasario Remembers the Rio Puerco or “High Desert Indie—New Directors Debut." And a $2,000 grant is available to one deserving filmmaker to help pay for post-production costs.
Which of the new fall shows will be the first to die?
Which of the over-hyped, underwhelming new fall TV shows will be the first to face the dreaded ax of cancellation? Place your bets.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
I like it when you say you’re gonna go out ...
Enjoying the wealth and variety of experiences available to hairless apes on planet Earth is something we’re not only very much in favor of, but also a thing which we can help you achieve. We suggest the following musical diversions to add to your own rockin’ repertoire.
Arts & Lit
Angela Oster vamps it up at Stranger Factory
Cute and spooky is a thread that has been running through Angela Oster's life for some time, and it's something she chases in her ethereal works of art, a selection of which will be on display at Stranger Factory.
Literary project makes a stop in ABQ
Six Words Fresh Off the Boat continues a collection of sentence-long stories, this time tackling migration.
Tricklock's budding residency collaboration with Ndere Cultural Centre
Juli Hendren visits Uganda to document indigenous dance and set up an arts festival and an exchange residency.
New bar and distillery in ABQ serves excellent drinks in a low-key setting
For years, Zac Hulme and Peter Arathoon have been distilling together as a hobby. In April, they turned their hobby into a business when they opened the cocktail bar and distillery Still Spirits.
New food market to provide produce, prepared foods and community space near UNM
Introducing Moktezu-Mart, an indoor farmer’s market that will be open and selling local produce all year round in the Brick Light District.
Card renewal instigates real reflections
Rimni Grammer sets out to find the most cost effective place to renew her medical cannabis license.
Ultra Health partners with Israeli pharma company, cannabis found to be the opposite of a gateway drug, Albuquerque mayoral candidate plans to legalize cannabis in the city, a university opens a "weed college" and Snopes debunks the marijuana-Fentanyl myth.