Alibi V.22 No.24 • June 13-19, 2013

Who is Reies López Tijerina?

A reappraisal of a folk hero

Academic and author David Correia looks to the land grant movement’s future by first examining the problematic legacy and cult of personality surrounding New Mexican folk hero Reies López Tijerina.

Best of Burque Music 2018 Noms start January 10

Re-nominate daily until January 25!

Yes, it’s time once again to nominate the best local bands, players, albums, venues, engineers and labels of the past year. This time around, nominations for Albuquerque’s reader-powered aural Olympics will be accepted daily through Jan. 24. The second round with high-scoring nominees runs Feb. 14 through 28. And the cherry atop the BOBM sundae is a live showcase of winners on Mar. 24. This thing was a blast last year, so let’s do it again!

Mask Up and Mark Your Calendar

You Have Until January 19 to Secure Tickets for Alibi Fetish Events’ Carnal Carnevale on January 20

The Carnal Carnevale is just around the corner, and we can't wait to bare it all for you. It will be a night of adults-only fun in a secret, downtown Albuquerque location. So mask up, and get ready or a night of kinky fun amid the doors of perception.

Nominations now open for Best of Burque 2018

Re-nominate daily until January 31!

As Weekly Alibi celebrates 25 years in ABQ, we’re shaking up our annual—and the original—Albuquerque Best Of contest with two rounds of voting. Vote early and often for your favorite Burque businesses, artists & more during BoB 2018 nominations. (You can renominate your faves daily to be sure they place on the final ballot.) Voting starts on Jan. 3 and ends Jan. 31. Vote local and support homegrown!

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Before Midnight

Third-time-around romance takes long hard look at life and love

Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy return for third outing as talkative lovers in Before Midnight

Reel World

The annual 48 Hour Film Fest takes over Albuquerque July 12-14. Teams of filmmakers will have just two days to write, direct, edit and premiere their short films. Space is limited and early bird registration ends on Monday.

TV News

Tiny tidbits from around the dial

Idiot Box: News bites from around the dial

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Sonic Reducer

This week we listened to new releases by Piñata Protest, Bass Drum of Death and Little Children.

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Memories Into Memoirs

Writers workshop returns to Las Vegas

Pick a memory, any memory. Climbing a tree at age 10. The fender-bender you tried to hide from your parents right after you got your license. Walking along a dirt road beside a field of wildflowers under a vivid, kaleidoscopic sunset.

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Saturday Feast

Sampling the wares at the Downtown Growers Market

Ari LeVaux fills his belly at the Downtown Growers Market.

Don’t Call Them Donuts

The secrets of the sesame ball

Explore the history of this Chinese treat and find out where to get the best ones in Albuquerque.

Alibi V.22 No.23 • June 6-12, 2013

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Old Neon and Mercury Rising

Rockabilly on the Route serves up sonic sizzle

Music writer Captain America illuminates this weekend’s inaugural Rockabilly on the Route fest. Head out to Tucumcari for Wanda Jackson, classic cars, a pin-up contest and more.

Sonic Reducer

This week, we listened to new releases from Daft Punk, The Handsome Family and Pornography.

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Mixed Plate

Scalo Northern Italian Grill

Ari LeVaux finds delicious Italian fare at Scalo, even if the sea bass is an impostor.

Bite-sized Roundup

Our monthly sampler platter of news from around the state

A sampler platter of food news from around the state.

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Love Is All You Need

Danish-Italian (and a wee bit Irish) romance is beautifully realistic

Pierce Brosnan stops by Italy to romance a broken-hearted mother of the bride in the exotic rom-com Love Is All You Need.

Reel World

Longtime, lo-fi, punk rock, husband-and-wife filmmaking duo Jon Moritsugu and Amy Davis have completed work on their first feature in 10 years. Writer-director Moritsugu and writer-actress Davis moved to Santa Fe several years ago and have been fine-tuning the sci-fi-horror freakout known as Pig Death Machine ever since.

“Aaaand Cut!”

“Race to the Scene” on Reelz and “The Hero” on TNT

Reelz’ “Race to the Scene” and TNT’ “The Hero” compete to be movie stunt competitions

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Alibi V.22 No.22 • May 30-June 5, 2013

Latino Film Fest Speaks Our Language

Translating the experience of ¡Cine Magnífico!

Instituto Cervantes of Albuquerque, the University of New Mexico Latin American and Iberian Institute and the National Hispanic Cultural Center present the first ever ¡Cine Magnífico! Latino Film Festival.

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Infinitely More Mr. Nice Guy

Alice Cooper talks Hollywood Vampires, God, golf and Marilyn Manson

We’re not worthy, but Alice Cooper graced us with some effervescent conversation anyway.

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The Next Level?

The view from Ibiza

Rooftop bar and tapas restaurant offers a fun atmosphere, but doesn’t quite justify its cost.

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First-Year Fest Fills Screens

Scanning the Albuquerque Film & Media Experience

The inaugural Albuquerque Film & Media Experience, ostensibly a film festival, adds a welter of panel discussions, performance art, art exhibits, a food tasting, music concerts, parties and more to the usual mix of film premieres

America Love Family

“Arrested Development” on Netflix

Netflix gives viewers all the Bluth they can handle with 15 new episodes of “Arrested Development.”

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Springtime for a Hit

A dynamic Producers pleases

Musical mayhem comes to the Albuquerque Little Theatre stage with The Producers