Alibi V.22 No.8 • Feb 21-27, 2013
Feature Gold Diggers of 2013 Alibi ’s film editor analyzes the top five Oscar races By the time the local news rolls around this coming Sunday night, we’ll know who the big winners are at this year’s Academy Awards. Until then, it’s just one big guessing game. But it’s a game a lot of people like to engage in. Who deserves to win? Who deserves to lose? Who got snubbed? Let’s break down the “Big Five” categories and see what the races hold. Film Bolshoi Ballet: Le Corsaire Sunday, Oct 22: 10:55am-2:30pm Cottonwood Mall
Inspired by Lord Byron’s saga poem and reworked by Alexei Ratmansky from Petipa’s exotic 19th-century classic, this miracle of the repertoire is one of the Bolshoi’s most lavish productions.
Film Sunday Movie Sunday, Oct 22: 1:30-3:30pm Central & Unser Library
Wonder Woman (PG-13). Kids Sugar Skulls Sunday, Oct 22: 2-3pm Helix Coffee & Yoga
Kids learn the history behind this beautiful tradition, watch a demo about making a skull and leave with a sugar skull masterpiece.
Words Ol’ Max Evans: The First Thousand Years Sunday, Oct 22: 4-6pm KiMo Theatre
Fast paced ride through life and times of internationally renowned, best selling author Max Evans. Evans shares his stories of Hollywood, ranching, publishing houses and brawls with Sam Peckinpah.
Stage An American in Paris Sunday, Oct 22: 7:30pm Popejoy Hall
A Tony Award-winning musical about an American soldier, a mysterious French girl and indomitable European city, all yearning for a new beginning in the aftermath of war.
Art Querencia: Rituals of the Río Arriba Monday, Oct 23: 9am-4pm New Mexico Humanities Council
Award-winning documentary filmmaker and fine-art photographer Miguel Gandert shows his work highlighting his mestizaje heritage, and the fusion and tension of the relationship between Spanish Colonial and Native Cultures of the Americas. Runs through 12/29.