V.27 No.11 | 3/15/2018
A Lit Weekend
Book your weekend at the ABQ Antiquarian Book Fair
For those of us who still thrill to turn the pages of a book or explore the faded terrain of old maps, the Albuquerque Antiquarian Book Fair—an annual exchange of antique and rare books, maps and other ephemera—is taking place once again.
V.27 No.10 | 3/8/2018
Festival Ballet Albuquerque
The Story of a Dance
Dance phenom Jock Soto collaborates with legendary musician
World-renowned ballet dancer and choreographer Jock Soto's work will premiere during the Festival Ballet Albuquerque's Sacred Journeys, which will not only feature the legendary Soto, but the live music of another luminary, Robert Mirabal.
V.27 No.9 | 3/1/2018
Entering the Void
Abrepaso's latest performance articulates the spaces in between
We talk to Abrepaso Flamenco's producer and artistic director, Alice Blumenfeld, about the themes in this weekend's premiere of Vacío/Void.
V.27 No.8 | 2/22/2018
Breaking the Rules
Artist Linn Meyers returns to Tamarind as March's artist in residence
We speak with Linn Meyers, a multidisciplinary artist who will begin a tenure as the artist in residence at the Tamarind Institute.
Adrenaline Junkie or Attention Whore?
An interview with former Jackass, Steve-O
We all have that one friend who will do reckless stunts for a laugh, but no one can hold a candle to Steve-O and his original hold-my-beer antics. Between rescuing stray dogs and lighting himself on fire, he called in to chat with us about fame seeking, sobriety and his time in Albuquerque.
It Takes a Kolony
Aoki’s present is our future
We interview Steve Aoki about postmodern music and pop music’s cultural cachet.
V.27 No.6 | 2/8/2018
Courtesy of Anthrax
All Anthrax, All The Time
Scott Ian lives and breathes metal
August March laughs it up and rocks out with Scott Ian of Anthrax!
V.27 No.4 | 1/25/2018
Travis McKenzie Brings Gardens to APS
The Teacher of the Year hopes for more growth, bigger food budgets
Over the years, Travis McKenzie has worked with many nonprofit organizations to educate young people about food and farming with after school programs, summer camps and field trips, and now he teaches a gardening elective at APS' Van Buren Middle School.
Weaving Across Land and Time
M. Jenea Sanchez' “Border Tapestry” visits Sanitary Tortilla Factory
Artist M. Jenea Sanchez hails from both sides of the US-Mexico border, calling both Douglas, Ariz., and Agua Prieta, Sonora, home. Her work is a persistent inquiry into identity and fluidity.
V.27 No.3 | 1/18/2018
Three Sisters Kitchen Builds Healthy Community
Anzia Bennett talks big plans for the kitchen and café
Anzia Bennett's Three Sisters Kitchen is an ambitious project to create a space for people to come together to cook, eat, test new recipes, develop new food businesses, teach and learn from each other.
V.27 No.2 | 1/11/2018
Eric Williams Photography
Future is Now
Maple Street makes music matter
The tradition of in-tune local studios continues with Maple Street Records.
Eric Williams Photography
Little Bear Coffee Co. Now Open
NE Heights craft coffee shop has big plans
Weekly Alibi interviews people of Little Bear Coffee Co, where they strive to be a comfortable space for people who aren’t coffee nerds, but also hope to help people become coffee nerds.
V.27 No.1 | 1/4/2018
Yesterday has Blossomed
The Harwood becomes floral with the help of artist Zahra Marwan
In Zahra Marwan's illustrations, she inserts magic into everyday life through distinct line work and often a few poetic lines. Weekly Alibi gets her thoughts, processes and inspirations.
V.26 No.52 | 12/28/2017
Best of Intentions
Raven Art Center hosts workshops that focus efforts in the new year
Weekly Alibi speaks with Nicole White of Raven Art Center about intention-setting in art and life.
V.26 No.51 | 12/21/2017
A Stake of Holly Through the Heart
A Christmas Carol takes the stage at Popejoy
Scott Severance, the founding artistic director and actor assuming the iconic role of Scrooge, spoke with us about the lasting resonance of A Christmas Carol.