Jun 3 - 9, 2010
MarchFourth Marching Band is more musical circus than geeky school band ... take part in the commotion on June 7 at the El Rey Theater.
Pomp and Circumstance: MarchFourth Marching Band
Local, African-born marathon runner creates a positive symbiosis between American obesity and Kenyan poverty.
News Profile: Kenyan athletes help two countries with one sport
Answer Me This: Primary special
Hail, Velocipede!: Biking the Paseo del Nordeste
Ortiz y Pino: To salvage democracy
Miss Diagnosis: Seduction of a nurse
Odds & Ends: Zoe’s broken down; breath-holding gone wrong; toilet bomb; accidental gardeners
Letters: Don loves the sun; don’t blame BP; swan song out of tune; horse of a different color
Good as Dead's Sam Blankenship played Song Roulette this week, and he definitely didn't cheat. How do we know? Ask Goofy.
Flyer on the Wall: A Man of Many Animal Hats
Sonic Reducer: The Love Language, Sugar & Gold, Pete Francis
Song Roulette: Good as Dead’s Sam Blankenship
Hidden in a small Juan Tabo strip mall, Sushiya teems with Chinese and Japanese classics, vegetarian options, and twists.
Ask Ari: Can I feed red meat to my backyard chickens?
Restaurant Review: Sushiya
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
Low-budget, Peter Bratt-directed / Benjamin Bratt-starring indie drama
portrays the grit and culture of San Francisco's Mission District with accuracy.
Reel World: Flamenco on Film
Idiot Box: “Neighbors From Hell” on TBS
Week in Sloth: “The Neistat Brothers” on HBO
Film Times and Capsules
Fifty-year-old Albuquerque institution Musical Theatre Southwest burned to the ground. Find out how the company is coping with the rubble and its production of
Thoroughly Modern Millie
Culture Shock: Bizarre Bazaar, Urban Art Trawl
For Musical Theatre Southwest, the answer is “to be”
Author Interview: Aussie writer Lynette Chiang’s account of bicycling around Cuba
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of June 3
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