Alibi V.21 No.46 • Nov 15-21, 2012
Gift Guide Whether you love a good Tweet or don’t believe life can be reduced to a series of status updates, social media provides invaluable holiday gift-finding information. Hit the streets of Albuquerque and support local businesses. Here are some of our favorite presents on shelves in the 505 this year.
Feature Our favorite Burque vendors on the cottage-industry supersite—just in time for the holidays.
Avoid the crush of crowds at mega-chain outlets vying for your dollar. Find one-of-a-kind presents and support our local makers at these holiday fairs. Food Chile Roasting Saturday, Sept 23: 9am-3pm Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
The Armijo family has been growing their unique Sabinal Special chile on their 7-acre farm in Sabinal for over 20 years with no pesticides or GMO products.
Art Eighth Annual Jubilee Arts and Crafts Fair Saturday, Sept 23: 9am-3pm Jubilee Active Adult Community
Over 50 artists and crafters display and sell gifts, jewelry, fiber arts, pottery, metal sculpture, handmade soaps, plants, baked goods and more.
Comm Petroglyph Tour and Wine Tasting Saturday, Sept 23: 3:30-6:30pm Wells Petroglyph Preserve
Tour the preserve and then enjoy a wine tasting featuring Black Mesa Winery of Velarde, N.M. with owners Lynda and Jerry Burd.
Comm Somos Saturday, Sept 23: 4-10pm Downtown Albuquerque
A city-wide festival that showcases the best, world-class entertainment, food vendors and local restaurants, craft brewing, arts and culture organizations, nonprofits, tech, and more.
Song & Dance IndigenAHORA Saturday, Sept 23: 6-8:30pm Menaul School
Celebrate of Indigenous culture as interpreted by contemporary hip-hop artists Luanko, N8V ACE and Albuquerque youth band, Sonyk Vortex.
Comm Albuquerque Pagan Pride Sunday, Sept 24: 9-5pm Bataan Park
Enjoy the delights of New Mexico’s Pagan harvest celebrations while and support local hungry families by supporting the food drive by donating non-perishable food items.