Alibi V.14 No.10 • March 10-16, 2005 

Culture Shock

I've just been told that the deadline for the Alibi's second annual photo contest has been pushed back a few weeks. We're now accepting entries up 'til Wednesday, March 30, at 5 p.m. with the winning entries and a few additional worthy photos to be reproduced in our April 14 issue.

[ more >> ] [ permalink ]

Gallery Review

A Fine Mess

Natural Painting at [AC]2

Mike Certo, the owner of [AC]2, advised me to wear old, beaten-up shoes. "The paint might not be dry," he said ominously, "and it's pretty much impossible not to step in it." Thankfully, all my shoes are old and beaten-up, so this wouldn't be a problem.

[ more >> ] [ permalink ]

Art Magnified

Highway 47

South Broadway Cultural Center

Highway 47 cuts through the center of Tomé, a tiny community just south of Albuquerque that was first settled over 300 years ago. Thirty years ago, the village was torn apart by a feud over land rights, and it's this feud that serves as the foundation of K.J. Sanchez' new play. Produced by Working Classroom, the world premiere of Highway 47 occurs this Friday evening, March 11, with a gala performance at the South Broadway Cultural Center (1025 Broadway SE). The show runs Fridays at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m., Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. through March 20. $10 general, $5 students/seniors. Group rates available. 242-9267.

[ more >> ] [ permalink ]

Art Magnified

Música Antigua de Albuquerque

St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal

The French are good with cheese. They're good with wine. They're even good with tiny chickens. They've also had a historic talent for composing music, a talent that sadly often goes unnoticed. Música Antigua de Albuquerque delivers a concert of early French music from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance this Sunday, March 13, at 4:30 p.m. at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal (601 Montaño NW). This talented ensemble specializes in playing early music on period instruments, and this should be a fine show of rarely heard pieces. $15 general, $12 seniors, $8 students. 842-9613.

[ more >> ] [ permalink ]

Book Review

Fathers and Sons

Wrong About Japan

Charley Carey may not see it this way, but he is lucky to have an old man like his dad. After all, the typical father/son powwow involves standing over your pop while he fiddles with a broken appliance, or a nice crisp fall day and a football whizzing at your head.

[ more >> ] [ permalink ]

alt.press

The term fantasy art might call to mind a buxom, fur-thonged damsel clinging to one muscular thigh of a sword-wielding barbarian who grimaces at an assortment of menacing beasties. While that—cough!—subtly Freudian staple continues to be replicated ad nauseum, there is little of it in the annual art collection, Spectrum, which Kevin, at Addicted to Comics (2935 Monte Vista NE, 255-3234), directed me to.

[ more >> ] [ permalink ]

EVENT HORIZON ()

Fetish for Fun

Weekly Alibi Fetish Events Presents Carnal Carnevale

A sensory soirée of anonymous sin. Enjoy uninhibited music, sexy cocktails, kinky demonstrations, erotic performances, sinful hors d’oeuvres and much more.
calendar

EVENT HORIZON ()

Howdy, Neighbor

Doublewide, Texas

A hilarious, fast-paced comedy, where residents of one of the smallest trailer parks in Texas are thrown for a loop when they realize the nearby town of Tugaloo is determined to annex them.
calendar
Photo by Rachel Garcia

EVENT HORIZON ()

Esmail and Dvorak

Chatter Sundays

Reena Esmail's Rang De Basant for solo piano and Antonin Dvorak Piano Trio in F minor.
calendar
Photo by Vanessa Briceno-Scherzer

EVENT HORIZON ()

1, 2, 3, 4

Jasper String Quartet

The Oberlin-trained quartet performs the works of Beethoven, Mozart and Debussy.
calendar
courtesy of Page One Events

EVENT HORIZON ()

An Ode to Space Opera

Persepolis Rising: The Expanse Book 7

Local authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck under a pseudonym James S.A. Corey talk about and sign their latest space opera novel.
calendar