Water Hogs and HeroesA Test for Forgiveness
The princes and the porkers. Albuquerque residents have come a long way in an effort to conserve our most treasured resource. But there's still a few consumers out there horkin-down more than their fair share of water.
State Senate candidate John Ryan confronts his "youthful mistakes" in an effort to win the seat vacated by former state GOP Chairwoman Ramsay Gorham.
What will they do for an encore? A new release featuring Tibetan Buddhist monks chanting in the pine-forested foothills of northern India takes home the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Traditional World Music Album.
Whether your on the prowl for chicharrones, stuffed sopaipillas or a tasty torta, Juanita's Comida Mexicana will fill your boca with joy, and then some.
Capable of inspiring concern, even outrage, in even the most skeptical (or oblivious) of moviegoers/consumers, The Corporation serves as a disquieting, ostentatious and ultimately sobering experience.
Steven Robert Allen says the best pieces in Circles, Stripes and Checks present pleasing, strangely natural forms that offer some inexplicable solace from the difficulties of our cruel world.
How Not to Fight the War on Terror
Former White House insider Richard Clarke gives new meaning to the term "mistakes were made" in his tell-all book, "Against All Enemies," about the White House's incompetence in the lead-up and aftermath to 9-11.
Rock the Best of Burque Ballot
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AJ Woods Cassette Release Venue Change
Tortuga Gallery Tonight!
Last minute change of venue for AJ Woods' tape release, the fourth location change for this show. Because AJ is willing to tempt fate with the audacity of Hercules, he is now also bringing a bag of black cats to dump in front of his path to the stage.
The previous location, published in this week's Alibi with an enthusiastic review of AJ's latest collection of dark folk-rock, had its electricity cut. Show up instead at Tortuga Gallery, 901 Edith SE for the same excellent opening acts: Javelina, San Diego's Labs and Julie Byrne from Seattle. If you like dark American folk-rock, this is the ticket.
The Daily Word in funny drug news and other things.
Did Flight MH370 disintigrate in midair?
A smoldering body was found in San Diego.
A Decatur woman with Alzheimer’s was living with her husband’s dead body for a month.
In Greeley, stoners can’t get haircuts at Hugo’s Barber Shop. LSD is probably okay, though.
Hipsters like obscure bands, then stop liking them when they achieve commercial success.
Mercury, the cat with no arms, amuses humans by walking upright.
Drug users are reportedly being extorted by people posing as DEA agents. Drug users who are approached by these fake agents should, um, contact the DEA immediately.
An Albuquerque man is in custody after police learned he had been holding his wife hostage in their home for the past four days. The wife escaped and called police from a neighbor’s house when the man went to get cigarettes. The man then hid from police in his mother’s house. Drugs may have been involved.
Tesla’s new battery factory might be in New Mexico. Deja vu.
Happy birthday, Chuck Norris.