Mar 8 - 14, 2012
A historic Bernalillo saloon—opened by a bootlegger the year prohibition ended—is up for sale.
Hi Ho Silvas: The family-run saloon that keeps Bernalillo’s spirits up
Rudolfo Anaya—author of the landmark Chicano novel
Bless Me, Ultima
—talks about censorship.
Rudolfo Anaya on Mexican-American studies and book burning
From the Foxhole: Staying alive after war
Media criticism: Readership, readership, let me in
Odds & Ends
Deep into a second decade of making music, Deerhoof continues to introduce avant anachronisms to the world of pop music.
Jazzed: A Master’s Voice
Language Fails Us: An interview with Deerhoof’s John Dieterich
Flyer on the Wall: Scrolls
Across the country, and in many parts of the world, chicken-first approaches are supplanting the simple quest to create the cheapest eggs possible.
Food for Thought: A better life for egg-layers and the humans who love them
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
is a perfectly good action adventure. Unfortunately, it’s probably not good enough to revive a nearly 100-year-old franchise that’s had little success breaking out of its literary roots.
Film Review: Century-old sci-fi/fantasy comes to life in
Idiot Box: Netflix produces its first TV series “Lilyhammer”
Johnny Tapia gets documented,
premieres, Reel New Mexico Film Series launches
Fred gets a TV show, Sarah Palin gets biopicked, “Revenge” gets real
Film Times and Capsules
Global DanceFest is in its 12
year and also its last. Never fear, though, it's being replaced by twice as much festival.
Performance Preview: Global DanceFest Spring 2012
A Moveable Feast
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology for the week of March 7
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