V.23 No.20 | 5/15/2014
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A poetic trip through Albuquerque’s breweries
By Hosho McCreesh
Poet Hosho McCreesh samples micro-brewed pints at some of Albuquerque’s best taprooms.
Give It Time
Vintage Beer: A Taster’s Guide to Brews That Improve over Time
By Lisa Barrow
Author Patrick Dawson’s new book explores the world of cellared beers.
V.23 No.17 |
The Daily Word in no toe shoes for soldiers, The Rob Ford Show and the world's fastest beer mile.
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Apr 29 2014 11:48 AM ]
KAFB could be fined 10,000 dollars per day if they don't start cleaning up the jet fuel spill.
The DOJ's first community meeting was a bumpy ride.
Beyonce took a picture of a New Mexico highway sign.
Police have charged a third man, a Lobo running back, for his suspected role in a gang rape.
"As women age, they are worth less and less" and other bits of marital wisdom from the Chinese government.
Cliven Bundy's dispute with BLM has drawn wackos from far and wide to his realm of Nevada.
Donald Sterling's girlfriend has a weird visor.
Toronto mayor Rob Ford's story as a TV show.
V.23 No.13 |
The Daily Word in a 1,000 year old Native American, a 160 year old tortoise and a million jars of peanut butter
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Apr 1 2014 11:30 AM ]
Justifying the use of tear gas during Sunday's anti-police-violence demonstration, APD chief Eden points to a man allegedly wielding an AK-47.
The dialogue concerning APD's pattern of employing lethal force is taking place on some interesting social media pages.
Media outlets across the nation are picking up the story of James Boyd's death and the resultant public outrage.
A boy in Utah found the remains of an ancient Native American.
Kelly's Brewpub is canning their beer using a mobile cannery.
Defunct peanut butter manufacturer Sunland ended up dumping all their left-over jars of peanut butter.
Glenn Beck is the subject of a defamation suit related to the Boston Marathon bombings.
This guy is going to sleep inside a bear for two weeks.
Attention: Lego is a tool of Satan.
V.22 No.51 |
Dark Beer and Dark Films for a Dark Weekend
By Ty Bannerman [ Fri Dec 20 2013 9:39 AM ]
Hey hop heads: This Saturday is the Winter Solstice, the darkest, longest night of the year. In preparation, Bird of Paradise (5409 Gibson SE) will be holding its first annual Dark Beer Festival tonight at 6pm, featuring a line up of black-barleyed libations for you to huddle up with while evil spirits stalk the pre-Solstice night outside. Flights of four different beers are $8 and include several special edition ales from brewers like Sierra Nevada and O'Dell.
Once you've slept off your courage stoking beer fix, you'll be ready for the Dark Matter Film Festival's Horror Bites! marathon at the Guild Cinema (3405 Central NE) on Saturday at 2pm. Horror Bites! will feature a collection of short horror and sci-fi films handpicked by such local luminaries as the Alibi's own Devin O'Leary.
V.22 No.46 | 11/14/2013
Photo: Brent Moore via Flickr CC
Our monthly news buffet
By Nora Hickey
A sampler platter of taco facts, brewery moves and food tax brouhahas
V.22 No.40 | 10/3/2013
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Scene and Heard
Happy 21st Beerthday, Poetry and Beer!
An Albuquerque institution ages almost gracefully
By Geoffrey Plant
Time to imbibe: A venerable Albuquerque performance event is finally of legal drinking age.
V.22 No.30 |
The Daily Word in beer can houses, busted child pornography rings and online auctions
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Jul 29 2013 10:51 AM ]
Pope Francis declares that homosexuals shouldn't be marginalized or judged.
A recent study shows the top food choking hazards for children. Hint: Don't be giving them no hard candy.
In a major sweep, FBI arrest 150 pimps and rescue 105 children in a massive child prostitution ring.
Bill expected to pass which would create better interest rates on student loans, but it's not without its critics.
Officials estimate that the damage is up to $1 million after a severe storm hit Burque on Friday.
Going once! Going twice! Get your New Mexican unclaimed items right here!
19-year-old Justin Covey, who was reported missing yesterday, has been found by Albuquerque police and returned to his parents.
Austin has the Cathedral of Junk. Houston has a house covered in beer cans.
V.22 No.30 | 7/25/2013
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Beat the Heat with Barley and Wheat
Burque’s summer brews
By Brian Haney
Brian Haney explores a diverse collection of locally brewed summer beers.
V.22 No.22 | 5/30/2013
Rowdy’s Dream Blog #296: I encounter a woman in a blue kimono with otherworldly powers.
By Brutus De Cervantes [ Thu May 30 2013 3:53 PM ]
I am sitting in an English pub, having beers with twins. As we drink, our minds are altered by a woman in a blue kimono. We bridge into another dimension and move forward (or backward) in time.
V.22 No.20 | 5/16/2013
Mixed Drink Tape
Songs in the key of booze
By Samantha Anne Carrillo
An obsessive-compulsive editor spent three days soaking in aural alcohol, and it resulted in a lush mixtape.
V.21 No.24 | 6/14/2012
Flyer on the Wall
Gyrations, Undulations, Isolations
V.21 No.19 | 5/10/2012
Summer Guide 2012: High times in New Mexico
By Elizabeth W. Hughes [ Wed May 16 2012 4:01 PM ]
Everybody knows it’s cooler in the mountains, so get out and explore them already. You don't need climbing gear or a Sherpa to scale tall peaks—just a thirst for adventure and, perhaps, a beer or two. Here are a few of my picks for an elevated summer.
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Done working yet? Il Vicino Brewery Canteen beckons.
By Laura Marrich [ Tue May 15 2012 4:56 PM ]
As restaurant critic Ari LeVaux explains in this week’s Food section, IVB Canteen isn’t situated in some cutesy walkable community. “The only reason you’d be in the neighborhood is if you were lost or perhaps having some custom plastics manufactured nearby.” But a glass of Slow Down Brown and a brie-filled Frenchy sandwich are enticing reasons to slip out of work a few minutes early and onto Il Vicino Brewery Canteen’s lively patio.
Summer Guide 2012
By Elizabeth W. Hughes
Everybody knows it’s cooler in the mountains, so get out and explore them already. You don't need climbing gear or a Sherpa to scale tall peaks—just a thirst for adventure and, perhaps, a beer or two. Here are a few of our picks for an elevated summer.
Andy Milne & Dapp Theory • jazz at Outpost Performance Space
Spring Green Connection at the Garden at ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden
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