V.24 No.35 | 8/27/2015
The Heavy Meddler
By Nikki Know-It-All
This week, the Meddler covers Summer BBQs and why Albuquerque doesn’t suck.
V.22 No.16 | 4/18/2013
Webgame Wednesday on Friday! Jurassic Heart
By Devin D. O’Leary [ Fri Apr 12 2013 12:09 PM ]
What kind of person mashes up a Japanese dating sim and dinosaurs? A crazy person, obviously. But that shouldn't stop you from checking out Jurassic Heart, a ridiculous, thunder lizard-themed game that has you trying to pick up on high-school-aged dinos. Of course, being a Japanese dating sim, it’s wordy as hell. But this short taste of the genre is good for a chuckle.
V.21 No.31 | 8/2/2012
AlibiFlashback: Dating advice over the decades
From Magdalena, Norma Jean and friends
Q: Dear Alibi Flashback, is there any way I can find dating advice throughout the years?
A: Dear Confrazzled, you’re in luck. The Weekly Alibi has run several dating advice columns over the past two decades. Enjoy!
V.21 No.18 |
The Daily Word: extreme Nuge; low tolerance of nude public art or abortion in AZ; bikini guitars and the Whole Foods effect
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat May 5 2012 4:56 PM ]
Some people won't let this sculpture in Tempe be.
Ted Nugent takes more dying boys and girls on last fishing trips than anyone else.
Albuquerque Public Access Television meeting this Monday May seventh at City Hall.
The New York Times was able to claim a staggering 73 percent increase in circulation since last March. Here's the why.
Here's a Gretsch guitar catalogue from 1961.
Arizona Governor signs bill that would cut off any funding to Planned Parenthood and other health providers who perform abortions.
One can't expect the Olympics in London to go on without a Falkland Islands flap.
Fifty hottest female inmates, the webpage.
On this day in 1943 Michael Palin was born.
V.21 No.8 | 2/23/2012
Oh, John Quincy!
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Mon Feb 20 2012 1:24 PM ]
A few years back former arts editor Erin Adair Hodges and I played a game of long-dead presidents Do, Date or Dump. Happy Presidents’ Day!
V.21 No.2 |
The Daily Word in Bigfoot's right to free speech, Robert Anton Wilson week, and (Un)-Occupy Albuquerque in Santa Fe
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Jan 15 2012 12:44 PM ]
(Un)-Occupy Albuquerque will be protesting in Santa Fe next week.
What happens to stuff dropped off at Santa Fe recycling stations?
It is Robert Anton Wilson week!
Here is a different way of evaluating NFL teams and games.
"If you need a brassiere, wear one" and other dating tips for women circa 1938.
Too fat to fit in the CT-scanner? Try the one at the zoo.
Court finds state violated Bigfoot's right to free speech.
V.20 No.25 | 6/23/2011
Ask Kat Curious
Dating in Your Forties
By Kat Cox
The Alibi’s advice-bestower talks about love lives in Burque and doing the robot.
V.19 No.31 |
Does Your iPhone Get You Laid?
By John Bee [ Wed Aug 11 2010 8:00 AM ]
According to this new set of stats at OkCupid's blog, iPhone owners are a bit more likely to have sex than folks with Blackberries, and get nearly twice as lucky as those poor suckers with Androids. I guess fiddling around with that sweet interface cuts down on the ol' eye contact.
But it's definitely not the camera on the iPhone that makes people think you're hot. The post also reports on which cameras make people look the most attractive, and the iPhone rates as barely passable. The Android is considerably worse at bringing out your good side, but at least it's not as bad as the Blackberry, which I can testify to having a truly miserable camera. So, how can you look your absolute best? The highest rated pics in the survey all came from the Panasonic Lumix GF1C-K dSLR - it'll only set you back about $800. But hey, who can put a price on beauty?
V.19 No.28 |
Can't Get A Date Online? Try Lying.
By John Bee [ Sun Jul 18 2010 4:56 PM ]
You're filling out the form at your favorite online dating site, and you get to the bits where, well, you feel like you fall a little short. Do you a) just say "what the hell" and go 100% honest, or b) give your vitals a wee bump? Online dating site OkCupid has compared the user data it gets to demographic data and finds that you (and most others) go for the bump. And why not? According to the stats, the difference between $40k and $60k a year, or 5' 6" and 5' 8" can be measured in a greater frequency of messages, better chances to meet people, and, one would hope, more sex. Check out the full post for juicy tidbits on the other sweet little lies we tell (at least the ones that can be summoned from piles of metadata and statistics).
V.19 No.3 | 1/21/2010
Yes Dear Part II
By Jenny Gamble [ Fri Feb 12 2010 11:32 AM ]
I have generally tried to live by one rule when it comes to Valentine’s Day: no dating near the event, whenever possible! It’s too much pressure; and on that note, I generally try to avoid dating from November 20 through February 15, just to avoid the pressure of the holidays and a relationship. This way there are no disappointments, and my pocketbook stays dedicated to family and dear friends.
If you have been dating for six months or more prior to, then you are absolutely obligated to get your significant other something to commemorate the day we dedicate to loving one another. If you are married, well you should probably be at a jewelry store, because you have probably exhausted all the cute things you can find at stores like Walmart, to give your spouse. The pressure is insurmountable. We are surrounded by it, almost immediately after the first day of the new year, we are thrown right into Valentine’s Day. What bothers me about this holiday, is simply that it exists at all. I am not some jaded female that has had had too many bad relationships, and has thus sworn off this emotionally crippling holiday… wait a minute, I am. No, but seriously, the reason I don’t like Valentine’s Day and what it stands for, is because I truly believe that we could be loving every day. Loving without the red plastic buckets, candy hearts with clever sayings and expressions of amour, and small card stock valentines we share with our friends. Loving, simply, for the sake of loving. It’s interesting that red is the color of love on this holiday, and also the color my professors use on my school papers. I don’t think they are expressing their love to me with this red pen, but who knows? I would like to think that we can tell the people we love, that we love them, every day; not just on February 14.
Stay Tuned for Part III
Chatter at The Acropolis at The Acropolis Parking Structure
The Chatter Ensemble performs three works on the rooftop of the Acropolis Parking Structure.
¡Vamos al Museo!-MARCO! at National Hispanic Cultural Center
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