Alibi V.22 No.20 • May 16-22, 2013
Feature The Cult of Homebrew It must cross every beer aficionado's mind at some point. Halfway into a pint of microbrewed ale, you savor and ruminate on the balance of malt and hops. “This is good,” you think. “But could I do it better?”
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com Brew City Duchess of Ale Albuquerque’s oldest homebrew shop enters a new generation Michelle Trujillo proudly carries the torch for her father Victor, who started Victor’s Grape Arbor, Albuquerque’s first (and, for a long time, only) homebrew supply store.
Brew City Brewing it for Ourselves A short guide to the long history of American homebrew America has a long history with home brewing beer. The pilgrims did it in Plymouth because it was considered safer than the questionable water of their adopted home. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson made beer at Mount Vernon and Monticello respectively. Kids Crazy Critters Monday, June 26: 8:30am-3:30pm New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
Explore how animals are adapted to their environments and why they can oftentimes look so absurd.
Art Geography of Hope Monday, June 26: 9am-6pm Sorrel Sky Gallery
Featuring the contemporary Western paintings of Maura Allen and Native American figurative bronze sculptor, Denny Haskew. Runs through 6/30.
Kids Zia Family Focus Center Summer Camps Monday, June 26: 9am-5pm Zia Family Focus Center
Families enjoy sports, theatre, gardening, cooking, music, dance, soccer, theatre, film and flamenco dance clubs.
Art Po Mo Paintings Monday, June 26: 10am-5pm Loma Colorado Main Library
Carolyn Peterson presents her paintings based in the ancient Chinese art of splashing pigment and water on paper. New Mexico Taiko performs on traditional Japanese Taiko drums. Runs through 06/30.
Art Silent Worlds Monday, June 26: 10am-6pm Turner Carroll Gallery
Drew Tal's artistic iconography speaks quietly and subtly of the beauty of diversity in modern global society. Never blatant, always respectful, Tal guides viewers on a visual tour of humanity. Runs through 7/6.
Art Dan Boldman Monday, June 26: 11am-5pm Cerrillos Station
The local artist shows his exquisite landscapes. Musical guest, "Brother" E. Clayton West performs classic R&B and original tunes. Runs through 6/26.
Art illuminexus Monday, June 26: 5-8pm April Price Project Gallery
Four artists whose works compose a confluence of diverse aesthetic sinsibilities.
Words How Do You Pray? Tuesday, June 27: 6-7:30pm Bookworks
Celeste Yacoboni discusses her latest work regarding how leading spiritual, shamanic, scientists, guides and activists pray and contemplates the intention of prayer.
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