V.23 No.52 | 12/25/2014
Beginning to See the Light
Six shows to banish the winter darkness
By August March
Show Up! delivers deets on six darkness-banishing gigs happening in Burque this week.
V.23 No.21 | 5/22/2014
An Anxious Absurdity
Marc Maron on WTF is up with comedy
By Genevieve Mueller
Albuquerque made Marc Maron. The cantankerous meta-jokester and cat aficionado talks comedy, influence and unhappiness in his Alibi interview.
V.22 No.50 | 12/12/2013
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School of Hard Knocks
By Kristi D. Lawrence
Art in the School has been working since 1985 to ensure that no children are starved of the benefits of art instruction. But now their afterschool program is threatened.
V.22 No.46 | 11/14/2013
Busting a Gut and Breaking the Mold
Acclaimed comic Jamie Kilstein benefits poetry, funnily enough
By Shirl Sazynski
Former slam poet and co-host of the politically irreverent podcast “Citizen Radio,” Jamie Kilstein lends his talents to benefit Abq’s Poet Laureate program.
V.22 No.31 |
The Daily Word in the Bulger trial, a bomb-throwing beauty queen and singing canines
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Aug 5 2013 11:08 AM ]
The defense says he was an informant; the prosecution says he's a murderer. Bulger's trial should come to a close this afternoon.
Talk about the future in food ...
It looks like the recently crowned Miss Riverton isn't your average bombshell.
Two people were injured in a shootout that targeted the Black Berets motorcycle club. The Black Berets say “it ain't over.”
In Bernalillo County, a man was shot and killed by police on Sunday evening after threatening a deputy.
Apparently breaking into public pools for a late-night dip isn't enough …
The “Old Main” prison, which been closed for 15 years, could become “New Mexico's Alcatraz.”
It seems like Daft Punk might be popular with canines as well.
V.21 No.48 | 11/29/2012
Flyer on the Wall: Halftone Hoedown
By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Thu Nov 29 2012 1:00 PM ]
Artist Chelsea Wrightson created this week’s lovely Flyer on the Wall. Headlined by a maroon cat’s cradle, this work of art announces a ’60s-themed dance party at Blackbird Buvette (509 Central NW). The retro get-down will benefit emerging female-identified Burque publication Neblina. Don your finest vintage and dance and drink to fundraise for female ink. Blackbird Buvette • Neblina ‘60s Dance Party and Benefit • DJ Bea • Fri Nov 30 • 10 pm • Donation • 21+ • blackbirdbuvette.com
Flyer on the Wall
By Samantha Anne Carrillo
Artist Chelsea Wrightson’s flyer invites fans of women-powered media to shake their groove thing to benefit Neblina.
V.20 No.42 | 10/20/2011
Music to Your Ears
Friends With Benefits
By Captain America
From Albuquerque to Las Cruces, Kenta Henmi has been slinging a guitar around these parts for well over 15 years. In the past 12 months, though, he’s been plagued with a series of health issues that have kept him in and out hospital beds, and now the local music community is coming together to lend him a hand.
V.19 No.40 |
Travis Bruce Black
An art show in the north valley this weekend
By John Bear [ Thu Oct 7 2010 2:58 PM ]
Janie Gonzales, of Vida Art Connections, is throwing Zimmer, an art exhibition, at her Rio Grande Estates home Saturday, Oct. 9 and Sunday, Oct. 10 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and by appointment after that.
Gonzales said the invitational art exhibition is in honor of Lis Zimmer, a former Albuquerque resident and community activist, who died this spring from breast cancer. A percentage of proceeds from this event will be donated to the New Mexico Cancer Center.
Vida Art Connections, formerly known as Vida Art Exhibitions tries to place high quality fine art in non-traditional venues for the mutual benefit of the viewer, the hosting organization, and the artists involved, according to Gonzales.
Gonzales set the event up to coincide with the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
Marian Berg, Travis Bruce Black, Susan Brown, Magda Rea Burger, Anna Carillo, Kim Eagle, Tina Garcia, Estevan Gonzales, Janie Perry Gonzales, Sydney Johnson, Linda Laitner, Margie Lucena, Cecelia McRoberts, Norma Mitnick, Andrea Ponzini, Holly Roberts, Todd Tibbals, Bob Wilson and Teal Wilson are participating at the event.
For more information or to set up an appointment, call Janie Gonzales at 888-2830.
V.19 No.11 | 3/18/2010
This Weekend: Fight Cancer, Drink Wine!
By Laura Marrich [ Fri Mar 12 2010 4:35 PM ]
All weekend long, Domaine Lucie et Auguste Lignier wines will be available at Brasserie La Provence, with a portion of the sales going to the UNM Cancer Center. Then on Saturday, March 1, Scalo Northern Italian Grill will host a benefit reception with winemaker Kellen Lignier from 3 to 5 p.m., which will also contribute to the UNM Cancer Center. The reception is $30, and cash or checks at the door are preferred.
What’s the connection between this winery and cancer research? The UNM Cancer Center shares Lignier’s story:
Kellen Lignier, a New Mexico native who followed her heart to France, now runs her husband's family winery in Burgundy’s Côte d’Or. Lignier’s husband, Romain, lost his battle with glioblastoma, an aggressive brain tumor, in 2004. Left with her two children, Lucie and Auguste, Lignier has carried on her husband’s legacy of fine winemaking.
V.19 No.9 | 3/4/2010
Albuquerque Little Theatre Salutes the Academy
Go glam with local Oscar night party
By Devin D. O’Leary
V.19 No.5 | 2/4/2010
Our Haiti Benefit Ruled!
By Marisa Demarco [ Tue Feb 2 2010 6:28 PM ]
Eleven bands hit the stage on Thursday, Jan. 28, to raise money for the Red Cross relief effort on the ground in Haiti. We took in $1,050, which is fantastic.
We’re grateful to Launchpad, Eclipse Production Services and Ecco Gelato for helping us do this thing. Thanks to Jessica Billey, Minie Gonzales and Maya Malloy, who contributed art for the silent auction. Love to the Alibi family for helping out and chasing down prizes for the raffle. Further ups to all the bands who put on great shows. (Guys, if you want any pictures for your websites, I’ve got tons from that night.)
Enjoy this photo recap:
V.19 No.4 | 1/28/2010
Alibi’s Rock For Haiti
By Marisa Demarco [ Mon Jan 25 2010 12:29 PM ]
Sometimes putting a show together involves herding inebriated cats.
This one’s been unbelievably easy, and we started working on it just a couple days ago.
All the bands are ready to play (for free). And look at this lineup:
Thursday, Jan. 28 at Launchpad. $5 minimum donation. Music starts at 8 p.m.
The Launchpad was thrilled to give us a night. Eclipse Production Services happily donated amps and drums for the stage. Ecco Gelato will be serving up free scoops of gelato all night to attendees.
Jessica Billey, Minie Gonzales and Maya Malloy are contributing art for a raffle. We’re also putting up ski lift tickets, restaurant certificates and a free massage.
If anyone has anything else they’d like to donate to the raffle, call me: 346-0660 x. 245 or e-mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
100 percent of the proceeds benefit the Red Cross efforts on the ground in Haiti.
And if you’ve got an old cell phone laying around, we’ll have a box for them, too. Relief workers are requesting cell phones.
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