Sep 23 - 29, 2010
The sixth annual ¡Globalquerque! brings a world of music to Albuquerque.
Rahim AlHaj Plays for Peace at ¡Globalquerque!
¡Globalquerque! music festival packs six continents into two days
Once a proponent of the war on drugs, Judge James Gray had a change of heart. He discusses it here in an interview and at UNM next week.
Talking Points: A Soldier in the Drug War Switches Sides — talking with Conservative Judge James Gray
Election 2010: Register by
Tuesday, Oct. 5,
or no ballot for you
Council Watch: Deadly force from guns and nukes, plus the mayor asks Albuquerque to clean up for the Balloon Fiesta
Gessing Again: See-through government and transparency websites
Odds & Ends: Almighty Supremeborn Allah arrested for cocaine on High Street, Bongo Jesus goes bonkers, dashboard ”narcosaint” tips off $19.3 million drug deal, drunk driving ... and towing, bleaching the ice cream man
Letters: APD Shooting stats, voting with your dollar, Albuquerque is a drug-infested ghetto, fair music, a prairie dog on the Sunport exterminations, advocating for film advocates
Non Stop Bhangra brings the excitement of time-warped Indian music and dance to ¡Globalquerque! this weekend.
Music to Your Ears: Friends With Benefits
Oily Gulf Blues: Musicians come together in support of the Gulf Coast
Aural Fixation: Non Stop Bhangra dance party
Flyer on the Wall: Music is the Enemy
Song Roulette: *****’s random tracks
Bailey's on the Beach is a desert oasis serving salads, burgers, fish tacos, pasta and more—just don't park in the Taco Bell lot.
Mina's Dish: Hays Honey and Apple Farm is sweet
Restaurant Review: Bailey’s on the Beach brings sun and surf to the UNM Area
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
soars for 3D flights of fancy, crashes and burns for originality.
Reel World: Basement Films calls for submissions to its annual Audio/Visual Show, score big at the 2010 New Mexico Music in Film Summit, the return of Wild Bill’s Crazy Film Festival
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole
is a gorgeous but unoriginal fantasy
Idiot Box: PBS and “Ken Burns’ Baseball: The Tenth Inning” touch base on the modern era of America’s pastime
Week in Sloth: William Shatner returns to the small screen in “$#*! My Dad Says,” “Outsourced” is a lot like “The Office” but in India, singing “Simpsons,” and one word:
Film Times and Capsules
The bodies in
Bodies ... The Exhibition
are as creepy, dubious and dead as ever.
Culture Shock: Zodiac, psychedelic German, man obsessed with birds
this Exhibit won’t just creep you out, it will teach you about your body and how rotten you are to it
Einstein and Picasso walk into a bar: The Aux Dog Theatre puts on
Picasso at the Lapin Agile
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of Sept. 23, 2010
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