By Amy Dalness
AMP Gallery Series
AMP Concerts' home shows may be no more, but Neal Copperman is making sure AMP-quality shows will be found in the Duke City. The AMP Gallery Series continues where the house concerts left off, offering a variety of music in an informal, community fashion (with a potluck to boot) at a local art gallery. This Friday, Feb. 15, AMP presents Caji and Salomé at the Windchime Champagne Gallery (518 Central SW) at 7:30 p.m. Caji and Salomé meld Brazilian guitar with songs from Portugal, Cuba, South America, Cabo Verde and France, creating sophisticated, romantic grooves. Tickets are $15 in advance at Brownpapertickets.com or Bookworks (4022 Rio Grande NW) and $20 at the door.
A Shoestring and a Prayer
The making of Aux Dog
By Amy Dalness
Eli Browning's sister played an unwitting role in naming the Auxiliary Dog Theatre. Actually, her English bulldog did.
Alone in Paris
The Waitress Was New by Dominique Fabre
Review by John Freeman
The Waitress Was New
Picture a rundown, rain-soaked Parisian café called Le Cercle—the setting of French writer Dominique Fabre's The Waitress Was New. It’s the kind of place where “[p]eople come in to get out of the weather, they have a drink, and they go on their way.” The glasses are thickly cut and the ashtrays have the names of French aperitifs on them. The owner smokes a cigarillo in the morning and worries about his health. “That week he was scowling more or less full time,” says Pierre, the 54-year-old veteran bartender who narrates this world to life. Step into it and you pretty much know this restaurant is about to unravel.
Rezilience Indigenous Arts Experience
By Maggie Grimason
Learn about Indigenous art processes. More than 60 Indigenous artists and art-related professionals representing the US, Canada and Latin America participate.
OutSpoken Queer Poetry
By Monica Schmitt
The slam portion is open to self-identified lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and queer-questioning poets. Featuring Queer Xicana poet, Tannia Esparza. Hosted by Erin Northern.
courtesy Australia's Thunder From Down Under's Facebook Page
Thunder from Down Under
By Joshua Lee
The internationally-acclaimed male revue of dynamic dance routines, barely there costumes, state-of-the-art lighting and chiseled abs perform.
NM Labor Film Festival at Guild Cinema
Part of the 4th annual unified global event. A workers-themed film for the May Day Holiday, also known as International Workers' Day. Directors Skype in for discussions.
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