V.26 No.45 | 11/9/2017
Indigenous Comic Con Round Two
Tewa Tales of Suspense! creator Jason Garcia visits the annual convention
Just in time for Indigenous Comic Con, speaker and exhibitor Jason Garcia tells us about his work.
V.26 No.43 | 10/26/2017
Los Superhéroes de LA
Rolling with Chicano Batman
Chicano Batman creates and performs an informed mix of rousing rocanrol finely intertwined with traditional Latino musical conceits, the soulful R&B of past ages and a progressive political platform that is, at once disarming and infectiously interesting. Weekly Alibi chats with guitarist Carlos Arévalo.
D’Mitri R. Agnes
Alchemy is Easy on the Eye
New confectionary makes sweets that look as good as they taste
From their many-colored quartz point lollipops in flavors like strawberry-basil and horchata de chufa to their piñon and marigold cookies, the self-taught D’Mitri R. Agnes and Jessica Romero create sweets that are unlike anything our city has seen.
V.26 No.42 | 10/19/2017
A Perfect Circle of Acquaintances and Friends
Billy Howerdel converses with August March
Weekly Alibi chats with Billy Howerdel of A Perfect Circle about their upcoming album and each person's role in making it.
The Acre Brings Accessible Farm-to-Table Food to Albuquerque
Shawn Weed makes vegetarian comfort food for everyone—not just vegetarians
While I’m a big fan of the farm-to-table trend and the environmental sustainability that it stands for, I’m less thrilled about the pretensions and price tags that tend to come along with it. Which is why it was so refreshing to talk with Shawn Weed, the chef and restaurateur who has a vision for accessible farm-to-table food at his new restaurant The Acre, opening Nov. 10 in the Northeast Heights.
V.26 No.41 | 10/12/2017
The Drummer as Mastodon
Brann Dailor on music and life
August March chats with Brann Dailor of Mastodon about prog rock, metal and the narrative that has begun to fill up the band’s oeuvre.
V.26 No.40 | 10/5/2017
Red Rock Roasters’ New Tasting Room Offers Expert Coffee Classes
The master roasters teach you how to make your cup of joe the best it can be
At Red Rock Roasters' new, renovated tasting room, Coffee Director Rachel Langer aims to not only teach you how to make your daily cup (or three) taste better, but to demystify some coffee trends while sharing tried-and-true methods so you’ll get the most from your morning cup of joe.
V.26 No.38 | 9/21/2017
A Thinning of the Veil
Discovering Burque’s Pagan community
Weekly Alibi spoke with two locals, both involved in putting on the upcoming Pagan Pride Day, about one of the spiritual paths most closely aligned with the changing of the seasons.
Writer’s work provides a roadmap to New Mexico
Eco-Travel New Mexico offers advice that responsible travelers need to plan a trip which conserves the environment and improves the welfare of local people.
V.26 No.37 | 9/14/2017
Two Dreamers, One Vision
Local DACA participants excel
Weekly Alibi sat down with two Dreamers to find out more about them, their program and ultimately their place in this great melting pot nation.
Courtesy of the artist
A conversation with Wake Self
Weekly Alibi chats with Wake Self about the expanding hip-hop scene, America's short attention span, teaching and gender inequality.
V.26 No.35 | 8/31/2017
Talking with Susan Wheeler-Deichsel
Mayoral candidate is compassionate, ready to lead
Mayoral candidate Susan Wheeler-Deichsel says poverty is behind many of our problems.
Mini Van Photography
¡Oh, Si, It’s Them Oh Sees!
Dwyer’s evolving rock ritual
Ahead of his appearance at Sister as something multi-limbed, multifaceted and multi-named, John Dwyer chatted with Weekly Alibi.
V.26 No.31 | 8/3/2017
A Conversation with Maggie Hart Stebbins
County commissioner seeks progress
Weekly Alibi had coffee with Bernalillo County Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins to chat a bit about how things are going over at the county side of our local government.
Local trio constantly rocks out
Weekly Alibi chats with the formidable multi-instrumentalists of Constant Harmony.