May 5 - 11, 2011
Rhythm queen Saywut?! listens to the beat of her heart as she steps into the international spotlight.
Deep Breaths: Burque beatboxer Saywut?! embarks on a world tour with CocoRosie
PBS President Paula Kerger talks about narrowly avoiding the ax for public broadcasting funds.
Clovis’ LGBT Struggle
The student editor of the
pens a report on the fight for a Gay-Straight Alliance at his high school.
Pride flag flies in Clovis
Guest Editorial: Did UNM’s top dog sucker the regents into paying him too much?
A Close Call: PBS president breathes a sigh of relief
Council Watch: Curbside recycling
Odds & Ends: KFC teeth-tester, cow attempts milk robbery, speeders beware, barn voyeur
Letters: Not “new agey,” the weatha, bye Borders, Wisconsin and Nazi Germany, dump Trump, utilities correction
The young cats of Humoso make surprisingly mature sounds. Hit the jazz album release this week at The Outpost.
Music to Your Ears: Boise Noise
Jazzed: John Maestas and Humoso album release party
Aural Fixation: Nob Hill night life
Song Roulette: Random tracks from Carolyn Berk, front woman of Portland’s Lovers
Flyer on the Wall:
Seis O De Mayo
A Mother’s Day brunch menu without asparagus is like a tailgate party without beer. Un-American, that is.
Food for Thought: Three easy asparagus recipes your mamma will love
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
HBO's “Game of Thrones” and Starz' “Camelot” are both medieval fantasies with a manly appreciation for swinging swords and topless maidens. But which comes out on top in this royal rumble?
Chicano history doc gets discussed, On Location is casting, Bernalillo County looks for enviro shorts
Film Review: Wishy-washy rom-com
will leave viewers blue
Idiot Box: HBO’s “Game of Thrones” battles Starz’ “Camelot” in a royal rumble
Week in Sloth: “Community” reloads on paintball, Thor gets the Syfy treatment, Lady Gaga goes to the Garden
Film Times and Capsules
It's a great week for live theater: Two new offerings from Mother Road and FUSION are can't-miss productions.
Culture Shock: John Bear says bye-bye
Performance Review: Mother Road Theatre Company’s
and FUSION Theatre Company’s
The 39 Steps
Book Review: Jessica Hagedorn's
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of May 4, 2011
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