Jul 29 - Aug 4, 2010
Yoga in the Western world—demystified. Meditate on the practice here and now; Patricia Sauthoff penned a bendy preview.
Om My Guru: Two authors trace the roots of yoga in the West
American Posers: The Yoga Interviews
Listen to authors Stephanie Syman and Mark Singelton discuss the cultural history of yoga with the
Immigration agents in the Prisoner Transport Center may silence domestic violence victims, advocates say.
The SB 1070 Effect: Lawsuits, protests, an exodus
Newscity: Will the city’s ICE agreement impact immigrant victims of domestic violence?
Bear With Me: I, fired
Hail, Velocipede! Trail-a-Week: Biking the Paseo del Bosque (north half)
Odds & Ends: Vindictive aliens, zombie crash, fatwa on pre-digested coffee, letters to cats
Letters: Progressives for border security, luchador cycling, Stieg Larsson suxxor, those kids are fake, I like the arena
The Saltine Ramblers releases
, an album of colorful cornpone twang, fiddle-driven ditties and slow, sentimental ballads about New Mexico.
Rock Reads: Dancing about architecture — music lit 101 reading list
Spotlight: The Roost Creative Music Series flies in the face of convention
CD Release: The Saltine Ramblers’
, was a long time comin’
Flyer on the Wall: Gut Rock
The Saltine Ramblers’
Cory Minefee shuffles us some tracks
Owned by a pair of New Orleans transplants, Noah’s Ark Café delivers secret Cajun, Creole and soul food in a heavenly environment.
Mina's Dish: Coop and Garden Tour showcases flourishing of urban farmingin the Duke City
Restaurant Review: Kingdom come hungry to Noah’s Ark Café
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
A gory urban legend about an abandoned hospital becomes real in horror documentary
Reel World: Viva Elvis! Save the Gray Wolf, Shootout at Popejoy
: Scary ‘cuz it’s true
Idiot Box: Zoinks! “Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated”
Week in Sloth: “Jersey Shore” Season 2? You brought this on yourself, America.
Film Times and Capsules
After a devastating fire, Musical Theatre Southwest is renewed with
Thoroughly Modern Millie
Culture Shock: Live forever, sneak into a gallery and listen to this
Performance Review: Two months after tragedy, MTS retakes the stage
Book Profile: Alex Heard goes back in time to re-examine an infamous court case
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Free Will Astrology Week of July 29
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