V.20 No.10 | 3/10/2011
Sergio Salvador salvadorphoto.com Restaurant Review AmerAsia & Sumo Sushi You say Confucius, I say Zen Sometimes it freaks me out when Chinese restaurants serve sushi. Japanese food is light and neat, leaving nothing to chance. Prepared with short, meticulous strokes, sushi is the epitome of this culinary ethos. Meanwhile, Chinese food is created with broad, heavy, greasy strokes, unafraid of the chaos of a stir-fry. The two foods don’t belong together, and it often seems like they only end up on menus that are cynically aimed at ignorant Americans who think all Asian food is the same. Kids Sensory-Friendly Hours Sunday, July 23: 10am-noon !Explora!
Children with special needs and their families are provided a sensory friendly environment to safely enjoy the museum. Attendance limited to 150 people. Go online to view the sensory map.
Stage Nunsense Two: The Second Coming Sunday, July 23: 2pm Aux Dog Theatre
After the passing of 52 sisters, the wild, eccentric and very lovable nuns become involved in even more hilarious hijinks.
Stage Greater Tuna Sunday, July 23: 2-3pm Vortex Theatre
Brennan Foster and Shawn Boyd play over 20 of Tuna, Texas', eccentric inhabitants from gun-clubbers to church ladies.
Film Albuquerque Jewish Film Fest: Body and Soul Sunday, July 23: 2-4pm Jewish Community Center of Greater Albuquerque
Learn about the early performance history of the jazz standard
Body and Soul, one of the most recorded songs in the jazz repertoire and how that relates to the relationships between African Americans and American Jews. Stage American Idiot Sunday, July 23: 2pm Musical Theatre Southwest
Unhappy suburban youths are fed up with the state of the union as they deal with modern day issues, growing up, and finding meaning in their lives and the world around them.
Comm Astrology 101 Class Sunday, July 23: 3-5pm The Source
An exploration and lively discussion about the origins and basics of Astrology with psychotherapist, Dana Darrow.
Song & Dance Chatter Sunday Sunday, July 23: 5pm Las Puertas
Mezzo-soprano Blythe Gaissert and double bassist Louis Levitt collaborate on an intimate program of works for voice and bass.
Learn Pollinator Patterns of Life Sunday, July 23: 6:30pm Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge
Daryl Lucero discusses the connections between pollinators, art and ecology.
Stage David Blaine Sunday, July 23: 8-11pm Kiva Auditorium
An unforgettable interactive experience that both shocks and amuses.
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