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Liquid Sunshine: Chatter Sunday
By August March [ Wed Feb 11 2015 12:00 PM ]
Hear some baroque music at Chatter Sunday or in Santa Fe at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel.
The Daily Word In Cute Animals That Can Kill You, The Virgin Mary and Pizza Jerks
By Amelia Olson [ Wed Feb 11 2015 11:56 AM ]
After a week or so of scrutiny, NBC decided to suspend Brian Williams without pay for six months. DON’T LIE TO THE PEOPLE, BRIAN!
The Virgin Mary was spotted in a Chimayo man’s truck after snowfall. #miracles
Say goodbye to treating your hangover with rhino horns and ivory, because the Obama administration is cracking down on illegal wildlife trafficking.
Iggy Azalea ordered a pizza from Papa John’s and her delivery guy gave her phone number to his family members! What has the world come to when a girl can’t even order a pizza in piece? (See what I did there?)
To everyone celebrating the past few days of glorious weather, PARTY'S OVER!
Some genius made a video of the Dr.Phil show with all dialogue removed. Just awkward staring. Lots of awkward staring.
"I Saw You" at the VA
Who saw? Who was seen? Was it you?
“Vulnerability is the birthplace of connection and the path to the feeling of worthiness.” –Brene Brown | Reply for free or see more “I Saw You” posts at alibi.com/personals.
The Daily Word in how to procure Manson's body for that exhibit that will make you millions, when it's time to call the FBI and Burque's petroglyphs dump.
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Feb 10 2015 12:34 PM ]
Folks won't stop using the petroglyphs area as a dump.
Crazy Espanola principal called FBI on student who threw an American flag out a window.
Charles Manson's fiancé may have tried to marry him in order to eventually procure Manson's body for a Mao-style glass case exhibit.
Other personal stories in addition to his helicopter crash tale told by Brian Williams over the years are now in question.
Florida business owners and patrons may be legally required to have trans customers use the male or female bathroom in accordance with the gender on that person's driver's license.
Twin fetuses-in-fetu were discovered in Hong Kong.
Dominik Strauss-Kahn, disgraced former IMF chief, "didn't have time" for the number of orgies he is accused of participating in.
Photo by Wes Naman
What's with Your Gratitude?
By Mark Fischer [ Tue Feb 10 2015 12:00 PM ]
Join a gratitude party and celebrate with like-minded people, while partaking in dance classes, meditation, discussions and more.
The Daily Word in Beck, brains, vaginas and soy sauce
By Carl Petersen & Constance Moss [ Mon Feb 9 2015 1:37 PM ]
Exculpating evidence suggests no criminal charges will be filed in the Bruce Jenner traffic fatality.
Kanye tried to interrupt Beck’s Grammy Award accpetance speech.
I am so tired of all the complaining.
What would you pay for Abe Lincolns hair?
Learn how to escape from a moving car.
When you microwave humans the brains are always cold in the middle.
Goodbye, Tent City.
A shoplifter was shot on Menaul.
Happy birthday, Brian Donlevy.
You're probably cleaning your vagina all wrong.
Your Samsung TV might be spying on you. No, seriously. It's listening.
It's a sad day for Chinese food and fast locomotives.
Blood type and brain function: something else to worry about.
Ozzy Osbourne's bat karma has caught up to him.
Darth Vader's toilet is free on Craigslist in Albuquerque.
The Alibi's Not-Quite-Weekly Podcast #6: Special super sexy edition!
By Ty Bannerman [ Mon Feb 9 2015 10:08 AM ]
Our totally not-weekly podcast returns! For this episode, we sat down with Matie Fricker of Self Serve Sexuality Resource Center and discussed the results of our 3rd Annual Reader Sex Survey. From secret turn-ons to affirmative consent, the discussion went to some very interesting and sometimes personal places.
Check it out!
All photos courtesy of Jack White
Jack White comes into his own at Popejoy
By Constance Moss [ Fri Feb 6 2015 4:54 PM ]
On Tuesday, Feb. 3, Jack White and his five-piece band played a full house at Popejoy, and the performance was refreshingly classic. It was apparent that White is intent on bringing back something that's been missing from rock 'n' roll for decades.
In a crowd of mostly college kids, it was easy to be taken back to a time when a love for a band was so fervent that the band could do no wrong. The sound quality and stage presence didn’t much matter. The fact that this iconic figure was right there in the flesh—right in front of you—was enough. Tastes evolve and become more discerning, and sometimes it’s not so easy to get lost in the moment—especially if the sound guy is too stoned, the band members don’t seem interested in giving their best, or the musicianship just isn’t there. Thank goodness Jack White continues to care about what he pumps out and how he presents it.
The White Stripes was the perfect platform for White to find his style. Now, he has the resources, freedom and drive to tailor his sound and handpick incredibly talented members for his band to help him realize that vision. Mixing White Stripes hits with more recent solo tunes and covers, White delivered a lengthy concert that included peaks and valleys. His versatile backing band of multi-instrumentalists kept the set fresh. White also headed over to the piano at one point, playing a haunting ballad and looking and sounding quite comfortable on keys. It was obvious that drummer Daru Jones has chops for days, but he kept it simple per Jack’s preferences without losing any precision or energy. Visually striking musician Lillie Mae Rische switched seamlessly back and forth—from fiddle to mandolin—and her voice could put a siren to shame; she harmonizes with White so sweetly that it almost makes you want to go to church … for the choir.
The other three band members, respectively rocking bass, keys and pedal steel, are no less talented; White's band made the jam feel more like a journey than a meandering mishap, as is too often the case with jam bands. Add two semi trucks worth of lighting and sound equipment to the mix, and the result was a bona fide arena show squeezed into the intimacy of Popejoy Hall. It was reminiscent of Deep Purple or The Allman Brothers Band concerts from the '70s I've seen on Youtube—more reminders of being born too late. With an eight-song encore, the show clocked in at just under two hours. White was sheepish and shy, only addressing the audience at the end of the show, but he's a consummate showman who clearly cares about preserving a dying art—one where people write and perform their own songs and pour their souls, sweat and grit into every note.
Patriots Over Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX
Will all our questions ever be answered?
By Michael Sanchez [ Fri Feb 6 2015 4:45 PM ]
Michael Sanchez recaps the game, the heartache and the weirdness of another year of sportsball.
Dirty Southern Whores.
By M. Brianna Stallings [ Fri Feb 6 2015 12:00 PM ]
Whores. take over Launchpad.
Vamos a Leer Book Club at Bookworks
This month's selection is He Forgot to Say Goodbye by Benjamin Alire Saenz.
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