Jul 8 - 14, 2010
It's the man-tastic Men's Health Issue: Hot tips on staying healthy and living longer for the more testosterone-y of the sexes from the
resident nurse Whitny Doyle.
Your Body on Testosterone: Health for guys, from the
Just to be thorough, here you can explore Nurse Whitny's citations of all studies referenced.
Find out the correlation between New Mexico's burst housing bubble and recession unemployment among Hispanics.
Recession by Race: Economist says job losses have been hard on the state’s Hispanics
Thin Line: When a crime reporter gets burgled
Hail, Velocipede!: Trail-a-Week: Paseo del Bosque (South Half)
Commentary: World Cup Junkie
Odds & Ends: Bad luck, how not to kill rats, naked women for peace, death rumors, Mr. Lunatic goes to court
Letters: Stop the Destruction of the Paolo Soleri Amphitheater
This year the New Mexico Jazz Festival is the most interesting to date due to the imaginative variety of events. Mel Minter provides a guide to what's going on and what to be extra jazzed about.
Show Up! The celestial twang of The Grave of Nobody’s Darling
Vertigo Venus releases
Success or Suicide
Jazz Here and There, Then and Now: A look at New Mexico Jazz Festival 2010
Flyer on the Wall: Gay Beast, XRY, The Gatherers and Discotays at Wunderkind
Song Roulette: Foreign wonders from A Hawk & A Hacksaw
Northeast Heights Korean restaurant Fu Yuang takes taste buds to interesting new places—places like
taegigogi kimchee jiege
Mina's Dish: In the driver’s seat at Meals on Wheels of Albuquerque
Restaurant Review: Fu Yuang makes Korean flavors with care
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
This week Universal Pictures tosses its hat into the CGI-animated ring with
a PG-rated adventure about a supervillain who wants to steal the moon.
Reel World: A local screening of
The Matter of Everything: A Quantum Dose of Reality
with director Enrico Lappano LIVE on the cello; the Albuquerque leg of The 48 Hour Film Project; the winning films from this year’s Fourth Annual New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase
Idiot Box: “Warren the Ape” on MTV
Week in Sloth: “Haven,” Syfy’s newest weird small-town sci-fi thriller is among this week’s notables
Film Times and Capsules
Together at last! This weekend The Filling Station unites 13 one-man shows for the second annual Solofest.
Culture Shock: Writer’s workshop and International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe;
Why Torture is Wrong and the People Who Love Them
at Aux Dog; art book workshop at SBCC
Performance Preview: Mr. Lonely, local artists do it alone at Solofest
Gallery Review: Walk Warriors—Two art lovers, four hours, six art openings
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of July 8
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