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Photo Contest Ends Soon

Feb. 9 is the deadline

By Renee Chavez [ Mon Feb 6 2017 6:47 PM ]

Are you one of those people who has to take nine pictures of anything and everything from every angle? Fancy dinner? Snap a shot. Pretty flower? Grab that camera. Epic, fiery sunset? You've got your perfect perspective set up.
Your phone and computer are loaded with excellent work. You've got the pictures. Now send us your two favorites for the chance to win a Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 instant film camera! The deadline is Feb. 9, so hurry and send your submissions to photocontest@alibi.com. Good luck!

Amber+Juan

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Pride Pix

Snapshots from Weekly Alibi’s PRIDE Photobooth

By Blythe Crawford [ Fri Jun 17 2016 12:27 PM ]

On Saturday, July 11, a team of Alibi staffers joined forces to host a photobooth and raffle at Albuquerque PRIDE! We were able to raise over $150 for the Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico thanks to the generous donations of festival-goers, many of whom are featured in these pictures. It was a day full of rainbows, glitter, giant man-sized butterflies and the shared purpose of supporting everyone to be exactly who they are. Many thanks to everyone who stopped by. See you next year!

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Best of Burque voting begins!

By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Mar 11 2015 12:53 PM ]

Attention residents of Albuquerque!

For over two decades, the Weekly Alibi has asked YOU to help us honor the very best that our unique city has to offer. Well, it’s that time again. From art galleries to vape shops; from best politician to best local band, this is your chance to let the world know what you love about Burque.

Just log in and fill out the ballot. It’s that easy!

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Not Quite Weekly Podcast #2

The Summer Dining Guide and more!

By Ty Bannerman [ Thu Jul 24 2014 2:40 PM ]

It's our second ever podcast! This week, arts and lit editor Lisa Barrow discusses changes in the International District and the newly retranslated Russian sci-fi novel Hard to be a God. Features/food editor Ty Bannerman talks about the Summer Dining Guide with poet/writer/drinker Hosho McCreesh.

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The results are in: Best of Burque 2013!

The apex of Albuquerqueness as determined by popular vote (not editorial fiat)

[ Thu Apr 4 2013 1:48 PM ]

Best Bike Trail, Best City Politician to be Awarded a Medal, Best News Anchor We Want to Wear a Cowboy Hat for an Entire Broadcast, Best “Breaking Bad” Location and more winners in essential Burqueñosity. You know you want to know, so we hereby bestow upon you Best of Burque 2013!

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Buy locally made goods online

By Marisa Demarco [ Fri Nov 16 2012 12:00 PM ]

Thanks to cottage industry supersite Etsy, you can buy holiday gifts made by people in your city. Amy Dalness outlines her favorite items in this week’s feature: Etsy-Querque. She also lists great local businesses with rad gift options. Keep the cash circulating in our stretch of desert.

And hey, did you know one of the Etsy founders is a Burqueño?

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Shop local this holiday season

By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Nov 15 2012 12:00 PM ]

Amy Dalness, Alibi stuntwoman, spent the last few weeks scouring the city for the raddest stuff inside local businesses. Her finds are excellent. Peruse them in her feature “Social Gifting: Find the right presents for your circles.”

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Eat Like a Local

A guide for the discriminating tourist

By Ty Bannerman [ Thu Oct 4 2012 11:30 AM ]

The Balloon Fiesta is pretty much a morning-only affair, so that leaves you tourists plenty of time to explore our funky, fascinating city. I’ve compiled a list of some uniquely Albuquerquean destination points, and nearby places to grab a bite. Enjoy!

Eat Like a Local

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Operation Art Box returns!

By Marisa Demarco [ Fri Sep 28 2012 9:00 AM ]

It’s like Christmas around here when the revamped distribution cubes start making their way back to our office. The project, conceived by Circulation Manager Geoffrey Plant, asks local artists to overhaul those blue cubes that house the Alibi each week. Plant delivers the boxes to the artists, and then, a month later, picks them all back up. The staff here gets all excited as the cubes roll back into our offices.

Truly, the artists’ good work is fuel for us. You know how creativity is.

Plant penned a feature this week on all of the participants. Their nonbox artwork is also still being displayed at Boro Gallery (317 Gold SW) through the end of the month.

Survey an interactive map of box locations.

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