Albuquerque. A high-desert city of half a million souls, all bumping into each other on the way to destiny. A sleepy town? Sure, this ain't no Pittsburgh or anything, but there's plenty here to keep the denizens of Dirt City well-fed with art, depending on their appetites. Here's the menu.
The art of rock
One Million Bones protests genocide, one papier-mâché femur at a time
Apathy is often cited as the reason that people fail to act against injustice, though perhaps impotence is a more useful way to describe such inaction. If we approach the problem from this perspective—that people don’t act because they don’t feel capable of affecting change—it has a very clear solution: Offer people a compelling, tangible way to make a difference and they will seize it.
Black Friday (1940) at KiMo Theatre
Classic horror film starring Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. Part of the Fright Nights series.
Matt Knudsen: American at Box Performance Space and Improv Theatre
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