Weekly Alibi
 Sep 15 - 21, 2011 
Albuquerque gets intercontinental this weekend as ¡Globalquerque!—New Mexico’s annual celebration of world music and culture—takes center stage at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
NEWS/OPINION
The Albuquerque City Council fails to overturn Mayor Berry's veto on a bill asking the feds to investigate APD after a rash of officer-involved shootings, inappropriate social media postings and other allegations of bad behavior.
MUSIC
Burque hip-hop stalwart Zoology releases its first album, the soulful, funky and precise Krush Love.
FOOD
The students of Escuela del Sol at the Harwood Art Center have it good—inside their cafeteria is Robin's Kitchen which sells affordable, wholesome, locally grown food to them, and the public too.
FILM & TV
Vera Farmiga directs and stars in her first indie feature, the intelligent spiritual drama Higher Ground, based on a memoir about born-again life in an evangelical Christian church.
ARTS/LIT
J.P. Rodman's futuristic, welded, stainless steel arm cuffs and furniture, on display now at Ace Barber Shop, makes you feel like you're in Blade Runner.
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