November 1, 2012
Volume 21, Number 44
News & Opinion
Young women tackle reproductive equity
Girl Tech participants say the “if, how and when” decisions about having kids should be left to mothers.
What do you know about voting on Election Day? We’ve got all the answers.
Funny because it happens to someone else.
The readers write.
The readers write.
Film & TV
Irreverent documentary about successful puppeteer-cum-artist says it’s OK to laugh at art
“Pee-wee’s Playhouse” puppeteer Wayne White finally gets the biographical treatment he so richly deserves.
KNME-5 hosts a screening of Ken Burns’ old-timey documentary series “The Dust Bowl.” Swing by the African American Performing Arts Center (310 San Pedro NE) at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 2 to see the show’s first episode, which was partially shot in New Mexico.
Your Guide to Election Night 2012
Starting early in evening, your television will be a sea of pundits in red or blue ties showing off a string of slowly accruing exit poll numbers and electoral college counts. Devin O’Leary provides a few basic tips on how to survive without going crazy.
The Week in Sloth
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Seattle rockers sound smart
Captain America shares insight into The Intelligence’s sonic evolution, performance style and new album.
In this week’s Music to Your Ears, Derek Caterwaul reports on High Mayhem Emerging Arts’ third annual Fall Series.
Kenta Henmi puts his iPod Shuffle to titular use and reflects on five resulting, random tracks.
This week, we listened to Alien Space Kitchen, Lightning Bolt and Tamaryn.
Arts & Lit
Old-school booksellers fight the good fight
Keep on reading, and keep it local.
The Abq BioPark Zoo’s Creeping, Crawling Cuisine dinner wants to help you get past your ingrained squeamishness about eating insects, arachnids and other invertebrates.
Free Will Astrology
ARIES (March 21-April 19): Big opportunities are coming up for you. Even if you cash in on them, though, they aren't likely to make an immediate practical impact. They are subtle and deep, these prospects. They have the potential of catalyzing monumental shifts in your long-term unfolding, but will take a while to transform your day-to-day rhythm. So what are these openings? Here are my guesses: 1. You could root out a bad seed that got embedded in your subconscious mind before you knew any better. 2. You could reinterpret the meaning of certain turning points in your past, thereby revising the flow of your life story. 3. You could forgive yourself for an old sin you thought you'd never let go of. 4. You could receive a friendly shock that will diminish some sadness you've carried for a long time.
18th Annual Harvest Festival at Haynes Park
Featuring trick-or-treating, carnival games, food, entertainment, door prizes and tons of candy.
Texylvania • rock • YOU • Abandoned Mansions • Storming the Beach With Fliers • Count Rockula at Burt's Tiki Lounge
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