Sep 16 - 22, 2010
Amid a spate of officer-involved shootings in Albuquerque this year, citizens are forming groups to observe and record police activity.
Who watches the watchmen? A look at APD’s oversight and one group of citizens starting a copwatch
City Council tackles undisclosed swipe fees, electronic billboards and gray areas in the law against driving while talking on a cell phone.
The Police Trainer
An interview with APD's director of training about de-escalation, officer-involved shootings and handling onlookers.
Justice for the Mesa Women
Demonstrators are calling for APD to resume digging and for more advertising of a $100,000 reward.
Council Watch: Calling all sentinels
Bear With Me: I left my wallet in Ad Duluiyah
Odds & Ends: Witch tax, Fort Gay, wedgie, car drying at 100 mph, 911 hug request
Letters: Programs, People, Programs!, don’t douche in polite company, haiku trickery
The Center For Grooviness invites local and international musicians to play adventurous music ... and maybe perform some surya namaskara poses.
Show Up! The Felice Brothers’ journey from the Catskills to the Rockies
Aural Fixation: Contra dancing to that old-time music
Jazzed: One yoga studio becomes a Center for Grooviness
Flyer on the Wall: The Wind Cries Jimi
Iraqi eatery Babylon Café makes up for what it lacks in service with food that's exotic, consistently good and bargain-priced.
Mina's Dish: Let’s hear it for the line cooks
Restaurant Review: Babylon Café imports Iraq to Albuquerque
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
is a spot-on, Boston-baked crime drama starring and masterminded by Ben Affleck. Wha?
Reel World: NM-made documentary
A Nightnmare in Las Cruces
about bowling massacre has impact, emotional honesty. Last chance to see it on the big screen.
Film Review: Ben Affleck commits a near-perfect crime with
Idiot Box: “Terriers” on FX
Week in Sloth: Sym-Bionic Titan, Boardwalk Empire, and don’t even turn on the TV Saturday, as you might catch a second or two of ...
Film Times and Capsules
Mother Road Theater Company takes on a whale of a tale in a Julian Rad-adapted, Hilary Adams-directed production of the American classic
Culture Shock: John Bear named arts editor; art community furious
Gallery Review: Crazy colors at the Albuquerque Museum
Performance Review: Call me crazy but I think the captain is steering us right toward that enormous sperm whale
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of September 16, 2010
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