Alibi V.21 No.15 • April 12-18, 2012
Feature The Whole Enchilada ¡Ask a Mexican! columnist Gustavo Arellano talks taco shop with the Alibi ’s restaurant critic The Mexican will be in Burque to sign copies of his new book, Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America , at an outdoor Alibi fiesta on Wednesday, April 18, at El Pinto. Here, we catch up with Gustavo Arellano to get the skinny—if there is such a thing—on Mexican food in America. Art Making Africa Sunday, March 18: 9am-5pm Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
Browse the work over 100 artists and designers working in cities throughout Africa. Runs through 5/6.
Art Women's Work Sunday, March 18: 11am-6pm Ghostwolf Gallery
A juried exhibition showcasing an eclectic set of pieces about female identity, past, present and future in the context of our greater environment. Runs through 3/31.
Wellness Meditation Intensive with Aparna Sunday, March 18: 11am-1pm Yogasaar
Spring Equinox meditation intensive based on Buddha's heart sutra that will help integrate all aspects of life with harmony and wholeness.
Food French and Light Brunch Sunday, March 18: 11:40-1:30am Le Troquet
Quiche, crêpes, conversation, and a few songs en français, with French tutor, Maryse Lapierre. Reservations required.
Learn Esteban: The African Slave Who Explored America Sunday, March 18: 2-3pm Sandoval County Historical Society
Dennis Herrick shares his research and insights into the life and times of Esteban, an African slave who landed in the New World as a shipwreck survivor.
Song & Dance Quintessence: Songstream Sunday, March 18: 3pm St. John's United Methodist Church
Celebrate the life and music of one of America's great living choral composers, Alice Parker.
Stage Aladdin and the Magic Lamp Sunday, March 18: 6-9pm Popejoy Hall
A wicked sorcerer tries to trick Aladdin in order to get the Genie’s lamp, leaving Aladdin trapped in the cave of wonders.