Apr 19 - 25, 2012
Colonized by military and industry since the World War II era, New Mexico—once a health center—now lives with a legacy of pollution. Meet the eco warriors who are out to reclaim their air, water and soil.
The Good Fight: One neighborhood at a time, citizen eco warriors stand up for the planet
San Jose vs. toxic sprawl
Mountain View’s eco-urban vision
Corrales tries to clear the air with Intel
Knocking out nukes in New Mexico
V.B. Price unearths our polluted legacy in
The Orphaned Land
Democratic Albuquerque City Councilors said Mayor Richard Berry should talk to them if he has something to say, not go running to the media to send them a message.
News Profile: Pete Domenici Jr., attorney for industry
From the Foxhole: Get Out of My Rectum, Supreme Court
Answer Me This
Odds & Ends: Easter egg grenade, Keith Moon asked to play Olympics, heroin show-and-tell, epic crime spree sets a record
Letters: Gay literature kept off shelves, grading teachers, Martinez not-so-hot on medical pot
Charming Albuquerque indiegrass songstress Sage Harrington releases her album
with the help of Squash Blossom Boys.
Show Up! Indiegrass songstress Sage Harrington
Talkin’ Semantic Rhetorical Terminological Blues: The roots of bluegrass show
Music to Your Ears: Barbara Bentree’s
Sonic Reducer: Micro album reviews
Flyer on the Wall: ZoneFest 2012
Ruby’s Tortilleria in Bernalillo has that south of the border spirit you'll find in small towns up and down the middle Rio Grande—and it has Mexican barbacoa.
Dish Jockey: Melt-in-your-mouth barbacoa in Bernalillo
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
French-Vietnamese director Tran Anh Hung bravely takes on popular Japanese author Haruki Murakami's mope-tacular 1987 coming-of-age tale
Film Review: Vietnamese director adapts Haurki Murakami’s morosely nostalgic love story
Idiot Box: Lena Dunham’s “Girls” gives “Sex and the City” a reality check
Water-based film competition dredges NM for entries,
Salt of the Earth
works its way back into Albuquerque’s heart
Week in Sloth: American manhunts, venom quests and alien tornadoes
Film Times and Capsules
World-renowned pianist Lara Downes brings her energetic rendition of a more than 250-year-old classic Bach piece to The Church of Beethoven.
Performance Preview: Lara Downes reimagines Bach at Sunday Chatter
Book Review: Ted Heller’s
Culture Shock: Festival Cervantes
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