V.23 No.32 |
The Daily Word in cruel hierarchies, BrBa autopsy and sentinel wells
In the news: alleged robber was really just scratching himself, mayor is doing something about chronic poverty, safety inspections at WIPP went undone, board of education wants to meet in closed session, Roswell native David Anaya gets a break, a "smiling man" was accused of automobile theft, scientists will begin drilling “sentinel" wells, the autopsy of some teevee show called "Breaking Bad, dangers of police militarization using Albuquerque as an example, A 26-inch catfish was caught at Tingley
V.23 No.18 | 5/1/2014
Short on Story
Education in Albuquerque
Education in Albuquerque casts light on a neglected corner of city history—but does it make the grade?
V.23 No.14 | 4/3/2014
photos by Cameron Crow
Sustainable architecture can be learned in a few weekends
Building the New World is a workshop series that puts low-cost, earth-friendly building techniques in your hands.
V.22 No.49 | 12/5/2013
An Education Without Borders
Winning photograph speaks volumes
Winner of the 1st Annual International Education Week photo contest encompasses history and place.
V.22 No.40 | 10/3/2013
La Abeja’s Rose infuses wellness with natural magic
Amelia Olson talks alt.wellness with herbalist Sophia Rose: her namesake flower’s essential nature, La Abeja Herbs, wildcrafting and teaching.
V.21 No.37 |
The Daily Word in anti-American riots, middle income, large sodas and new monkeys
In the news: Anti-American rallies, Romney comments on the anti-Muslim propaganda film, Obama is leading, middle income, 1957 murder, accidental early releases, NYC bans large sodas, new monkey, APS, preserve Native American languages, the new face of Guess, Loyal dog, Weather
V.21 No.31 |
The Daily Word in floods, Blackwater and fire
In the news: meteorological drama, military air strikes, flood, watching you, continue to lead by example, $7.5 million settlement, mutilations, home, sweet home, case study, tight-lipped, does not, some cash, chokes out, all better, synchronized swimmers, win gold, proto-tween, Pilgrims
V.21 No.29 | 7/19/2012
OyP: This guv is a policy wrecking ball
Jerry Ortiz y Pino opines that Gov. Susana Martinez is on a neocon crusade of destruction. But the public can’t see it yet, he writes, because the media fawns over her so.
Most voters’ impressions of a governor are shaped by media coverage. On TV, we get split-second footage: She's cutting ribbons, smiling at children, waving to crowds, and looking perky at a rally or solemn at a memorial. ... The honeymoon ain't over yet, even after 18 months.
Ortiz y Pino
The Guv’s Crusade of Destruction
Gov. Susana Martinez is not being held accountable for much of what has happened on her watch. Until reporters begin to dig into the consequences of her policy initiatives, the public will continue to hold her in high regard.
V.21 No.12 | 3/22/2012
The Daily Word in NCAA, Clooney and portrait gourds
In the news: Lobos victorious, Casanova con man, Rutgers student, George Clooney, 50 Native American foster kids, $4 million, Rodarte's fall fashion collection, Skip the TSA security lines, accused of embezzlement, kill President Obama, Patriot Act, music industry works, portrait gourd, Radiohead, Fruit flies
V.21 No.7 |
The Daily Word in birth control, Romney's dog and Deep Throat
In the news: interracial, No Child Left Behind, charged or convicted, no women, birth control is harmful, Romney put the family dog on the roof of his car, Linsanity, dementia, Linda Lovelace, bikini model
V.21 No.2 | 1/12/2012
Grading schools and teachers
In this week’s issue, longtime Alibi contributor and State Sen. Jerry Ortiz y Pino, wrote about the great teacher debate rampaging across the country. How do we improve our schools?
Some folks—like New Mexico’s public education secretary, Hanna Skandera—want to tie teacher evaluations to student test scores. This is being explored in various school districts nationwide. In some cases, teacher pay is determined by how well students do on standardized tests.
Ortiz y Pino
The Great Teacher Debate
Guv to tie schools and pay to test scores
New Mexico lawmakers are considering a proposal from the Martinez administration to link teacher evaluations to student test scores. It will be a huge topic in the coming 30-day legislative session set to begin Tuesday, Jan. 17.
V.20 No.37 | 9/15/2011
The Daily Word in cocaine, doves and plus-size
In the news: 50 post offices, blackface, living room, $70,000 hunt, FBI curriculum, review of the PRC, bike safety ride, Whites-only scholarships, Moms, significant others, Cocaine, Doves, banned first, American Apparel, Overconfidence
V.20 No.36 | 9/8/2011
Michael L. Miller
Make Your Own Fall Wardrobe
The Designer’s Lounge adds new classes
If you have a hard time finding clothes that fit you just right, or special items that suit your taste perfectly, consider learning to make your own fashions. The Designer’s Lounge, which just produced the teen fashion show Fall Into the Stars, has added new classes for September. Read this week’s Arts story to get an idea of how far these classes can take you.
Gov't Mule • Southern rock at Sunshine Theater
Casino/Cuban-Style Salsa and Rueda de Casino at National Hispanic Cultural Center
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