Oct 20 - 26, 2011
The Occupy Wall Street movement is a dynamic revolution much unlike previous forms of activism. The
explores Albuquerque's occupation.
The Class Movement: The evolution of Burque’s revolution
Redressing Grievances: Occupiers share their reasons for peacably assembling
Notes From the Inside: Timeline of an Occupation
Not Quite 99% Accurate: Five myths about the occupiers at Camp Coyote
How to get involved
The detective who investigated Tera Chavez’ death—and was then removed from the case—speaks out.
News Feature: "Be a cop or a crook, but don't be both."
Council Watch: 33 Percent Backs the 99%
From the Foxhole: Fulfilling Our Oath
Paying for It: The troubles and questions orbiting Levi Chavez’ coming trial
Odds & Ends: Hussein’s ass, nude beach bombs, lost in the corn maze, ticket favor
Letters: Occupy Shrader-style, class war, on Tiffany Toribio, Afghans died too, Twheeeeee!
SXSW will not change your life, but it will make you think about being on time, improving your marketing skills and making better art.
Aural Fixation: Fame-mobile
Music to Your Ears: Friends with benefits
Song Roulette: Three String Bale’s Random Tracks
Flyer on the Wall: Minimalism
Despite the privileged hippie vibe, Santa Fe cafe/gym/boutique Body offers largely raw, organic, vegetarian, local foodstuffs that make you feel better than you did before you ate.
Locovore: Body’s raw ambition in Santa Fe
Mina's Dish: Two museum cafés offer more than eye candy
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
Father and son Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez team up for
, a spiritual indie drama that treks across Spain's ancient Camino de Santiago. Devin D. O'Leary chats with Sheen and Estevez about the film.
Film Interview: Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez talk about how they found
Idiot Box: Sci fi makes another try with “Terra Nova”
Reel World: Santa Fe Film Fest returns, Santa Fe Independent Film Fest follows suit,
sings for a cause
Week in Sloth: Dave Attell watches porn, Pearl Jam turns 20, X-Men go anime
Film Times and Capsules
The Dolls' production of
Satan's School for Girls: The Reunion
is beautifully coifed and full of dirty jokes.
Performance Review: The Dolls bring lascivious levity to the underworld
Performance Preview: Frank Melcori stages “The Dumb Waiter” in Old Town
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology for the Week of October 19
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