Alibi V.20 No.9 • March 3-9, 2011
Feature Do You Have a Chupacabra? Take the Alibi quiz It seems that every few months a chupacabra makes news somewhere. Maybe it’s a bunch of dead goats found on some rural Texas ranch. Maybe it’s a weird, hairless quadruped sighted along Coors. Descriptions of the chupacabra vary widely, and if you find a weird, dead animal in your backyard or on your ranch, how do you know if it’s a chupacabra? Food Spanish Food Seminar Tuesday, May 30: 6-8:30am National Hispanic Cultural Center
Enjoy a delicious menu cooked by chef Rosario Arellano.
Art Taxi Tuesday, May 30: 9am-5pm Harwood Art Center
Atist reception featuring new works by New York City artist Christian Michael Gallegos. Runs through 5/31.
Art Repurpose/Revision/Reconstruction Tuesday, May 30: 11am-4pm Richard Levy Gallery
A selection of works by Albuquerque sculptor and architect Bruce Warren Davis and multi-disciplinary artist and professor at the University of New Mexico, Mary Tsiongas. Runs through 6/30.
Food Cheese and Beer Pairing Tuesday, May 30: 5pm Tractor Brewing Wells Park
A flight of four assorted mini grilled cheeses with a flight of beers.
Learn Gallery Talk and Portfolio Viewing Tuesday, May 30: 6-7:30pm Tamarind Gallery
Tamarind Master Printer Aaron Shipps speaks about the influence of Tamarind on his 10 year career as a professional printer and on his collaborations with contemporary artists.
Wellness Herbalism Tuesday, May 30: 6-8pm The Source
Learn how herbs can treat many acute and chronic illnesses including respiratory infections, digestive illness, ear infections, sore throats, auto-immunity, first aid and skin treatments. Registration required.
Wellness Radical Dharma Book Study Tuesday, May 30: 7-9pm Albuquerque Shambhala Center
Reverend Angel Kyodo Williams calls to disrupt the system of separation, to connect with ourselves and with others and examine the structures within spiritual communities that mirror the larger societal systems.
Learn UFOs at UNM: A Skeptical Believer Presents His Research Wednesday, May 31: 6:30-8pm UNM Zimmerman Library
David Marler talks about how he uses UNMs collections and other resources to research UFO phenomena, including the mass sighting in Farmington in March 1950 and the “Battle of Los Angeles” in 1942.