On Chesil Beach
Ian McEwan goes short
By John Freeman
Not long ago, Ian McEwan was reading to an audience from his new novel On Chesil Beach, a short, finely observed fable about a couple's ill-begotten wedding night on the English coast in 1962. After McEwan finished, a man stood up from the audience to offer his own story.
The Donkey Show
Barelas galleries point to an interesting future for Albuquerque art
By Jessica Cassyle Carr
Leave it to the weirdos at Donkey Gallery to create a guerrilla fashion show challenge. Adorned by local designers, sonicly catered by gaunt DJs RAP and emceed to beget happening rather than opening, June 8's "The F Word: Donkey Does Fashion" signified a beckoning achievement in the avoidance of taking things too seriously. It also marked a trinity of swell Barelas gallery events.
One Night Only
Black Market Goods
By Steven Robert Allen
Josh Jones is sick of hearing people whine about how Albuquerque doesn't have all the creative amenities of bigger cities on either coast. “Look,” he says, “it's not going to happen here if you don't do something about it yourself.”
2nd Annual South American Folk Fair
By Robin Babb
South American arts and crafts vendors, dancers and musicans pay homage to Andean communities.
The Drunken City at Cell Theatre
Three bachelorettes go out for their last night of freedom. One bride-to-be begins to question her future after a chance encounter with a recently jilted handsome stranger.
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