Alibi Volume 21, Number 45
November 8, 2012
Your nutritious guide to holiday movies
What’s hitting the table this holiday season?
Note: All opening dates are subject to change.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 2
Reporter Margaret Wright speaks with strippers and politicians about the city’s new batch of strip club regulations.
Zoo fees and Westland parks at a quiet Council meeting
Funny because it happens to someone else.
For a man of 50, James Bond is looking better than ever
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the James Bond franchise. The famed superspy’s first cinematic adventure, Dr. No, hit theaters in 1962. To celebrate, producers have pulled out all the stops to make Bond’s latest big-screen adventure his biggest and boldest yet.
Award-winning author (The American Way of War) and filmmaker (Why We Fight) Eugene Jarecki will visit Albuquerque this weekend to introduce his new documentary The House I Live In.
“Wedding Band” on TBS
TBS’ new hour-long comedy is more or less Wedding Crashers and The Wedding Singer crudely sewn onto an episode of “Glee” with those big, Frankenstein-style stitches. Ignore the scars, though, and you might discover an amiably raunchy musical comedy with which to while away a boring Saturday night.
The Week in Sloth
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Jenny Invert delivers dark, operatic pop
We chatted with Jenny Invert’s Sam Miller about stamps, philosophy, music, Seattle and Mike Watt.
Check out the debut of our A/V Reducer column, wherein we meditate on and muse about music videos.
This week, we listened to Bat for Lashes, Godspeed You! Black Emperor and The Soft Moon.
Whether you’re into punk, folk or thrashcore, Music to Your Ears has you covered.
Santa Fe playwright infuses love story with dark philosophy
A precocious young stenographer is sent to help the famous Russian author in dire deadline straights.
The holiday season is expanding, encroaching on more weeks of the year. To get away from the madness, check out the Hipster Craft Fair at Hipstich. This is definitely not a mainstream fare.
Gauchito Catering delivers authentic Argentine food
The grilling style of the gauchos
Food editor Ty Bannerman uncovers a chile conspiracy.
ARIES (March 21-April 19): The data that's stored and disseminated on the Internet is unimaginably voluminous. And yet the 540 billion trillion electrons that carry all this information weigh about the same as a strawberry. I'd like to use this fun fact as a metaphor for the work you're doing these days—and the play, too. Your output is prodigious. Your intensity is on the verge of becoming legendary. The potency of your efforts is likely to set in motion effects that will last for a long time. And yet, to the naked eye or casual observer, it all might look as simple and light as a strawberry.