Mar 17 - 23, 2011
At 85, Rita Maldonado is a great-great grandmother
a Winchester .30-30-toting big game hunter.
Granny Get Your Gun: The South Valley’s Rita Maldonado is still bagging elk at age 85
One company is being fishy about its plans for 16.7 billion gallons of water located beneath Catron County—residents want to know how it would affect the environment, wildlife and their livelihoods.
The Drain Game: Is a company trying to suck up our water and sell it back to us?
Making Sausage: Medical marijuana, driver’s licenses, drug policy reform
Ortiz y Pino: License to rage
Odds & Ends: The vodka drift; 21 pounds of Ecstasy; sex slave priest; foot thief; burglar calls 911
Letters: Schrader’s green; unaided; no hate speech; police protection
Former teacher and student Arlen Asher and Paul Gonzales find straight-ahead harmony in their quintet, performing this weekend at the Outpost.
Music to Your Ears: Farewell, Jenny Invert
Jazzed: Straight-ahead with the Arlen Asher-Paul Gonzales Quintet
Flyer on the Wall: Burger Art
Sonic Reducer: Social Distortion, Ray Davies, Andy Farber and His Orchestra
CelebrateSeedNM, a citywide seed exchange, is helping urban gardeners amass an arsenal for growing delicious organic produce free of Monsanto's GMO contamination.
Mina's Dish: Ready, set, grow with CelebrateSeedNM
Restaurant Review: Sneakerz has volleyball and decent hot wings, but not much else
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
is the title character in a buddy road trip movie designed for sci-fi nerds, but not anyone else.
Reel World: Santa Fe’s Three Minute Film Festival seeks submissions; N.M. history docs get a day at the museum
Film Review: Alien/fanboy road-trip buddy flick
is a close encounter of the nerd kind
Idiot Box: "Shameless" on Showtime
Week in Sloth: HBO’s “Big Love” polygamist drama goes off the air; Syfy gives “Top Chef” loser Marcel Vigneron a weekly excuse to break out the liquid nitrogen
Film Times and Capsules
An interview with Albuquerque writer ej Morgan who, in her novel
A Kindred Spirit
, finds a fictionalized version of herself running into shamans, UFO contactees and sci-fi guru Philip K. Dick.
Culture Shock: As the
eighth annual Photo Contest draws to a close, look at Polaroids; World-class T.V. comedy writers present “The Other F Word—How to Write Funny”
Gallery Review: Latina artists challenge notions of beauty with
at 105 Art Gallery
Interview: Albuquerque sci-fi author ej Morgan on fictionalizing Philip K. Dick
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of March 16, 2011
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