Dec 1 - 7, 2011
Casita de Milagros—New Mexico's only residential treatment center for drug addicted, expectant mothers—remains closed while its funding is debated.
Casita de Milagros fights for womens’ second chances, including its own
Proposed changes to rules regarding Albuquerque's drought management strategy cause strife between the water utility and river activists.
Environment: How dry is dry?
Ortiz y Pino: Send me your weary
Odds & Ends: 1,700 words, tempting eyes, piggy bank saviors, butt injections
Letters: Green building, Congress is the worst, where’s the Queensland?
"NiX Comics Quarterly" takes a tongue-in-cheek look at record collecting, underground music, monsters, and heroes, and is brought to you by one of the overlords of GaragePunk.com.
Aural Fixation: “NiX Comics Quarterly” laughs at record collecting and underground music
Jazzed: SuperSax New Mexico Expands on Charlie Parker
Sonic Reducer: Micro album reviews
Flyer on the Wall: Desert Stars
Santa Fe's Jambo Café is infused with the culinary traditions of Africa, Arabia and India—a reflection of owner Ahmed Obo's native Lamu.
Locovore: Jambo Café is a taste of coastal Africa in Santa Fe
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
Melancholia—the latest by Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier—is a luminous yet incomprehensible story about the end of the world.
Film Review: Lars von Trier crafts end-of-the-world opus for the Prozac generation with
Idiot Box: Carla Gugino cops an attitude in Lisa Gardner’s
Reel World: Experiments seeks submissions,
premieres, Billy the Kid returns
Week in Sloth: “Weed Wars,” Spinjitzu masters and “Mortified Sessions”
Film Times and Capsules
Albuquerque folk art hero Steve White—the man behind thousands of beautifully augmented Pez dispensers—opens his Folk Farm for the holidays.
Art Preview: Steve White’s Folk Farm Gift Show
Book Review: Eoin Colfer’s
Culture Shock: Speaking Through Spokes
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology for the week of Nov. 30
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