Alibi V.20 No.13 • March 31-April 6, 2011 
Troy Lowe and Brian Burge

Gallery Review

Borosilicate

A gallery dedicated to super-cooled molten sand in all its glory

Troy Lowe and Brian Burge were tired of head shops. For years, the two glassblowers made pipes because they were more marketable than pendants and marbles and the odd art piece. But the primary venues for selling their work were stores that specialized in drug paraphernalia, and it didn’t feel like a good fit. “We didn’t like being in there,” says Lowe. “It was kind of seedy.”

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Ronn Perea
Ronn Perea

Performance Preview

Jokes and Jokes and Jokes ...

Funnyman remembers three decades of comedy in the Duke City

Ronn Perea started a roaming comedy club in Albuquerque when no one knew what one was.

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Culture Shock

Where the Wild Things Are

Virginia Maria Romero designed the first conservation stamp aimed at the wolf. Wolves are dog-like creatures that ranchers like to shoot. Romero will be on hand at Bookworks (4022 Rio Grande NW) on Thursday, March 31, at 7 p.m. to sign special copies of the stamp for $20. The same night, Craig Chapman from the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance will discuss service opportunities found in the 2011 Wild Guide, a book that features information on guided hikes in remote places in New Mexico. The book can help you find environmental volunteer work, be it restoring trout habitats or planting native vegetation. It’s nice to live in such a beautiful state. Help keep it that way.

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EVENT HORIZON (Sunday, May 28)

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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