Jun 24 - 30, 2010
staffer Ilene Style took a six-week sabbatical to volunteer in an extremely poor part of Lima, Peru. She shares her travel journal here.
Diary of Villa el Salvador: An
staffer’s journey through impoverished Peru
Fun and Not-So-Fun Facts About Peru
"Less Gas, More Ass": Santa Fe cyclists test the city's nudity ordinance in New Mexico's first World Naked Bike Ride.
The Great Wall of DoomsDames
Miss the bout this weekend? We've got a recap and an extensive slideshow.
City uproots DIY median project
Naked cyclists test the limits of the state’s indecent exposure law
Council Watch: A pleasant buzz
Hail, Velocipede!: Riding the Double Eagle Trail
Odds & Ends: Puppy-throwing mayhem, waxing the crown jewels, rampaging water buffalo head, and condiment-based crimes.
Letters: BP, don’t touch that arrowhead, anti-Semitic cartoon?
New Mexico’s education debacle—where’s the outrage?
Kenta Henmi, formerly of Albuquerque bands such as The Jonny Cats, The Blastamattos and The T-Lords, brings his cowpunky, Johnny Thunders-style lead guitar to a new outfit: Suicide Lanes.
Music to Your Ears: Is Geddy Lee from Middle Earth?
Spotlight! New band Suicide Lanes is just lookin’ for a kiss
Show Up! KillinGracy’s rib eye rock
Flyer on the Wall: Demon in the Ether
Song Roulette: Random songs from Albuquerque singer-songwriter Kimo
Barry's Oasis is an idiosyncratic, Mediterranean escape from the outside world's sweltering, concrete reality. And it comes with a skillet of paella.
Mina's Dish: Zorba's Fine Greek Dining is a familiar face in a new place
Restaurant Review: Barry's Oasis
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
An interview with witty and weird
writer/director Harmony Korine on his latest work,
Reel World: The British are coming, Fliqueur, 48 Hour Film casting
Film Interview: Harmony Korine (
Gummo, Mister Lonely
) films trash-humping geriatrics
Idiot Box: “Futurama” on Comedy Central
Week in Sloth:
Dinocroc vs. Supergator,
Eminem vs BET, Ellen, Conan, Louis C.K.
Film Times and Capsules
The Paolo Soleri Amphitheater in Santa Fe is soon to be razed, marking another lame turn in the City pseudo-Different's treatment of anything fun and, well, different.
Culture Shock: Funnies, art buying and dead presidents
Performance Preview: Bill Evans dances through the prime of life with
On Turning 70!
Commentary: The Paolo Soleri is closing, and that totally sucks
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of June 24
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