Jul 15 - 21, 2010
resident skeptic Benjamin Radford goes to Scotland and happens upon the world's only full-time Loch Ness monster researcher.
Life on the Loch: The lonely hunt for truth and monsters
In an effort counteract the polarizing, political debate on immigration, a lefty artist and a more right wing border patrol agent navigate the line between the U.S. and Mexico.
Immigration Nation: SB 1070 news from around the country
Port of Entry: From right and left, two men find their way to the real immigration story
Trail-a-Week: Biking the Bear Canyon Arroyo
Gene Grant: Guv gloves come off
Odds & Ends: Giant burgers, cocaine World Cup trophy, the luckiest gas station in Texas, safety drill deemed unsafe
Letters: In the FUTURE, litter injustice, Bart Prince 4eva
Tennessee Williams, bounce rappers and a tire shop all find their way into an article about New Orleans musicians Quintron and Miss Pussycat.
Quintron, Miss Pussycat and a Tire Shop Named St. Claude
Bonus interviews and videos here.
Show Up! Etran Finatawa brings nomad blues from the Sahara
Dirt City Archives: The Eyeliners vs. Psychodrama
Flyer on the Wall: Go to Hell with the Reverend Beat-Man
Song Roulette: Rob Nakai from Bat Wings For Lab Rats
Havana Restaurant serves rich and mild Cuban food with a salsa soundtrack and a large selection of shakes (the kind you drink).
Mina's Dish: Beneficial Farms Community Supported Agriculture takes root in Albuquerque
Restaurant Review: Havana Restaurant brings Cuban food to Albuquerque
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
Christopher Nolan, writer/director of
and some Batman movies, gives us his latest mind-bender, the sci-fi action thriller
Reel World | Local movie scene: 48 Hour Films Finished! Albuquerque Film Festival, filmmaker Nina Knapp’s book opening
, Christopher Nolan’s newest takes viewers on a major head-trip
Idiot Box: A few clear winners and losers based on last week’s 2010 Emmy Award nominations
Week in Sloth: Television highlights include a four-pack of scary circus films, “Strange Sex,”
The Jensen Project
, and “Cellblock 6: Female Lock Up”
Film Times and Capsules
We're all going to die. While we're stuck in this life, why not make artistic interpretations of what happens when that fateful day finally arrives?
Culture Shock: Burning Man, hula hooping, Clash Couture, ¡explora! “Adult Night”
Afterlife Remixed: Two Albuquerque artists take an unconventional approach to visions of death
Cool Threads: 516 gussies itself up in
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of July 15
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