Alibi V.17 No.48 • Nov 27-Dec 3, 2008 
Hear her roar!

Culture Shock

As you're reading this, you're most likely somewhere in the process of dealing with food; preparing, digesting, hoarding or reheating. Giving thanks for intangibles such as religious freedom and paid holidays is exhausting, which is reflected in the dearth of stuff going on this week. Once the first weekend of December hits, though, you'll be one busy consumer. So let me encourage you to avail yourself of the calm before the holiday storm (which may or may not be metaphorical) and enjoy these events at a leisurely, sated pace.

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Hear her roar!
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Gallery Review

Wonder Women, Unite!

Belen’s Through the Flower Gallery shows Maureen Burdock’s feminist graphic novels

When feminist graphic novelist Maureen Burdock says she “can take a bad situation and transmute it with humor and with grace,” she’s being modest. Burdock has managed to find the light side in both incest and femicide. She is one of two winners of Through the Flower Gallery’s Feminists Under Forty juried competition.

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Cactus Tractor
Beth Rodgers Photography

EVENT HORIZON (Thursday, Jun 1)

Getting Better All The Time

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

Bohemian pop and folk group Cactus Tractor perform the Beatles’ landmark album on the 50th anniversary of its release and selections from their own catalogue.
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EVENT HORIZON (Friday, Jun 2)

Young Love and Sweet Songs

The Last Five Years

Follow a love story in an untraditional format, with one story moves forward in time while while the other story moves backwards meeting in the middle when they get married.
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Jodie Hererra

EVENT HORIZON (Saturday, Jun 3)

Pictures on Pitchers

Art Opening and Glass Release

Jodie Hererra presents her design for the seasonal Berry Cider.
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EVENT HORIZON (Saturday, Jun 3)

We're all Gonna Die #YOLO

Improvising the Apocalypse

Voice actors from Radiation World and the improv troupe A Ewe Problem perform an entirely improvised storyline and create good old-fashioned post-apocalyptic hilarity.
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Photo by David Zaintz

EVENT HORIZON (Wednesday, Jun 7)

OUTstanding Art

Figuratively Speaking Opening Reception

OUTstanding award winners Max Woltman and David Zaintz showcase their newest and best works for Pride.
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