Apr 22 - 28, 2010
Maren Tarro accompanies her Libertarian father to the Tax Day Tea Party in Washington D.C. and finds the masses scared of a Sean Hannity- and Rush Limbaugh-constructed bogeymen.
Don’t Hate Me Because I’m Liberal—Maren Tarro’s account of the D.C. Tax Day tea party protest ... with her rightwing dad in tow
With Love From the Right
Messages from famous D.C. tea partiers to
Nancy Hollander—a local attorney who represents two Guantánamo Bay detainees—discusses America's system of justice and her involvement in these high profile cases.
Media Criticism: Snuff War
Local attorney represents Guantánamo prisoners in a changing political climate
Ortiz y Pino: Hunting elusive budgetary fat
Odds & Ends: Bar-code scanner, jail break cigarette run, elect the dead
Letters: The Don, Disney-fied French food
The Gathering of Nations has arrived—use our comprehensive powwow guide to prepare yourself for a weekend of nonstop Native music. (And hopefully nonstop Navajo tacos, too.)
Music Interview: Red Earth Reunites
Flyer on the Wall: Hark Now, Methinks I Do Hear the Sounds of Gnomes
Sonic Reducer: Erykah Badu’s
New Amerykah, Part One (4th World War), When You’re Strange
documentary, Sharon Jones’
I Learned the Hard Way
Song Roulette: Peer into Megafaun’s world through songs from Brad Cook’s collection, selected at random.
Gathering of Nations Powwow Guide
The Fox and Hound serves energy drink-based cocktails with names like Cougar Juice and O-Face, but the sports bar also has a Bible-length menu full of ambitious dishes.
ABQ Beer Geek: Marble turns 2 and Zinc does the Ska
Restaurant Review: The Fox and Hound
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
The Art of the Steal
details modern methods in multimillion-dollar museum heists (but is sadly void of leather catsuits and handheld suction cups).
Reel World: New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase submissions, Duke City Shootout proposals,
The Spanish Room
, the CNM Workforce Training Center
The Art of the Steal
, an eye-opening introduction to art crimes
Idiot Box: “Treme” on HBO
Week in Sloth: “Into the Universe With Stephen Hawking,” a Jack Kevorkian biopic,“David Blaine: What Is Magic?”
Film Times and Capsules
Albuquerque is an emerging crossroads for nontraditional Native American artists—see the evidence beginning this weekend at 3
Street Arts and Black Market Goods.
Culture Shock: Poetry and Plays, local readings and happenings
Art News: N8V—“We’re a newer generation [of Native American artists], influenced by
and punk music.”
UNM’s Words Afire Play Festival
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of April 22
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