V.24 No.45 | 11/05/2015
Are You Epic-Curious?
Thursday, Nov 12: Epic and Friends Part 5 • dance, electronic
By Megan Reneau [ Wed Nov 11 2015 4:30 PM ]
Dance your ass off to some seriously epic beats.
V.24 No.40 | 10/01/2015
Get Your Gay Geek On
Friday, Oct 9: Southwest Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
By Devin D. O'Leary [ Wed Oct 7 2015 11:00 AM ]
26 LGBT-centric dramas, comedies, documentaries, romances and horror films from around the world.
V.24 No.17 | 4/23/2015
The Daily Word in gay heroes, concussed athletes and Queen Elizabeth
By Renee Chavez [ Wed Apr 22 2015 2:21 PM ]
X-Men hero is revealed to be gay.
Happy Birthday to Queen Elizabeth!
The difference between life and death is 2 degrees Celcius.
NFL is going to lose big with $1 billion payout to concussed players.
Inmates are artists, too.
Kids’ cancer camp in NM is struggling to stay open.
V.24 No.10 | 3/5/2015
Powerful drama examines what divides and unites us
By Genevieve Mueller
Aux Dog brings Tony-winning playwright Terrance McNally’s captivating drama to the stage.
V.22 No.50 | 12/12/2013
Worth the Dip?
Or can you skip?
Review by Mark Lopez
Lots of sex and some questionable prose find their way into this tale of love and lust between two New Yorkers.
V.22 No.26 |
The Daily Word in Arizona firefighters, New Mexico water plan and meth in the pelvis
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Jul 1 2013 10:04 AM ]
An Arizona wildfire claims the lives of 19 firefighters.
Zimmerman trial update: The jury was able to listen to Zimmerman's interview tape from the night of the Trayvon Martin shooting, which could give clues as to who the "aggressor" was.
Europe wants to know if the U.S. has been bugging them ... otherwise, we can kiss that trans-Atlantic free trade agreement bye-bye.
Sen. Karen Peterson and her partner, Vikki Bandy, become first same-sex couple to legally marry in Delaware!
Wait a minute ... so that's one well (or spring) for 290 water systems? So, what's plan B?
New Mexico orders another trial for Manuel Turrietta, who was convicted for killing Alberto Sandoval in 2006 in a gang-related shooting.
Ashley Browder's memorial banner taken down from the corner of Paseo Del Norte and Eagle Ranch Road.
Wow Claudia! That's a whole pound of meth! How'd you get that in there?
Hello sir, I believe this arm is yours ...
V.21 No.29 |
The Daily Word with a chat with George Zimmerman, bee attack and Fred Willard
By Tom Nayder [ Thu Jul 19 2012 10:14 AM ]
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia talks to Piers Morgan.
Suicide bombing in Bulgaria targeting Israeli vacationers.
George Zimmerman gives his first interview, has no
Man attacked by swarm of bees in Las Cruces.
Attempted kidnapping in Philadelphia caught on tape.
Rockstar astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson explains why the original Star Trek Enterprise is the best ship ever.
Chick-Fil-A President Dan Cathy is totally not gay.
There is a town called Bikinis, TX and I want to go there.
Maybe you should just shut up and make some peach cobbler this weekend?
78-year-old actor Fred Willard arrested at Los Angeles adult movie theater.
V.20 No.44 |
The Daily Word in election results, in-flight porn and waking up gay
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Nov 9 2011 10:11 AM ]
Letter circulating around Socorro promises mass casualties on Friday.
Herman Cain affiliated PAC calls one of his accusers an ugly bitch.
Animal abuse caught on tape at Tingley Beach.
Occupy Denver finally has a leader.
Under pressure, Facebook removes rape-joke pages.
Does job retraining actually work?
Rugby player has a stroke, wakes up gay.
It's the 40th anniversary of Led Zeppelin IV.
Local historian in the Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod fills his house with mummified female corpses.
Irish airline Ryanair to add in-flight porn for passengers.
The eight cheapest houses in America.
Live 1989 Nirvana set unearthed.
Brett Ratner resigns as Academy Awards producer after interview on Howard Stern.
The Fresh Prince pranks a Christian talk show.
I wish space junk, was as sexy as it sounds.
Mars rover Opportunity discovers a discovers the Holy Grail of its mission.
YES! Jean-Claude Van Damme and Chuck Norris join the cast of The Expendables 2.
Thanks for the links E!
V.20 No.12 |
The Daily Word 3.26.11: No confidence vote for Stephen Harper; marionettes; The Beardpick Challenge; TMZ style Gandhi revelation
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Mar 26 2011 5:10 PM ]
Geraldine Ferraro is dead.
Elizabeth Taylor lives on in pictures.
Bill Maher has found the perfect anti-Obama GOP presidential candidate and his name is Karab Amabo.
The FBI still doesn't know who was behind the anthrax-letters in 2001.
Police in Texas took a woman into custody for driving without a license. The cops left her two year old kid behind in the car.
Brett Michaels claims his stroke was caused by a Spinal Tap styled stage mishap. AND he's suing over it. W/ video!
"Where there's smoke, there's fried chicken." Latest Rio Grande Sun Police Blotter.
Get a %25 discount at a Santa Fe smoke shop if your pic... uh, mugshot, appears in the "Jailbyrd" free newspaper.
On this day in 1885, the Second Louis Riel Rebellion began at Duck Lake in Saskatchewan, Canada.
V.19 No.23 |
Only 200 Tribal Splash Tickets Left
By Laura Marrich [ Sat Jun 12 2010 8:19 PM ]
Tribal Splash director Tom Rice says tonight's big blowout party at the Radison Water Park is down to 200 passes. Get yours now, or you'll be high and dry later.
From this week's Pride Guide 2010 feature:
Tribal Splash with DJs Chris Adams and Chris de Jesus, featuring a special performance of Cirque du Soleil's Zumanity, 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Fire Pride Pool Party presented by Fire Womyn, 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. ($20 tickets at firewomyn.com). Tribal Trance Pool Party with DJ DeLorenzo at 2 a.m. Hotel packages are available for rooms overlooking the party. Tickets start at $45, Zumanity performance and Water Park admission included. All package options and tickets at liveintheparty.com.
This Week In Games 6.11.10
By John Bee [ Fri Jun 11 2010 8:07 PM ]
In honor of Gay Pride Week, http://gaygamer.net/.
Super Mario, as animated with post-it notes.
Portal 2 has been delayed until 2011, ugh.
A full sized (and free) Left 4 Dead fan-made level, I Hate Mountains, is out now.
The iPhone awesomeness of Space Invaders: Infinity Gene coming to Playstation Network and Xbox Live Arcade.
Less than 10% of gamers want Playstation Move or Natal. We'll see how E3 changes that.
Red Dead Redemption reaches 5 million units shipped.
The most pirated DS games - holy crap, that's a lot of pirating.
V.19 No.23 | 6/10/2010
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com
The Chance of a Lifetime
PJ Sedillo and Tony Ross put everything on the line for Albuquerque Pride
By Laura Marrich
Once you go, you know. Gay pride events have an energy unlike any other. They're blobs of Silly Putty rolling on a calendar, collecting a year's worth of impressions into one big, colorful gob. There's the romance of Valentine's Day, the all-American sizzle of Fourth of July, the candy-coated spectacle of Halloween, the goodwill and generosity of Christmas. And everyone buys shots like it's their birthday. Minus the shots thing, it's no wonder children love pride parades.
V.19 No.22 | 6/3/2010
Neighborhood drama paints vivid portrait of people, places and prejudices
By Devin D. O’Leary
The low-budget indie drama La Mission sure smells like a Hollywood vanity project. It’s produced by and stars Benjamin Bratt. And it’s written and directed by his older bro, Peter Bratt. But don’t let the nepotistic credits fool you.
V.19 No.4 | 1/28/2010
Hunx + The Punkettes Play Gay Bubblegum Tonight at Launchpad
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Wed Jan 27 2010 9:00 AM ]
Hunx, a.k.a. Seth Bogart, is what John Waters might be if Waters were a musician and not a purveyor of trash cinema. Tonight Hunx + The Punkettes perform at the Launchpad, opening for Girls and Smith Westerns. Read all about the show, plus my interview with Hunx here. See you at the show!
V.18 No.43 | 10/22/2009
Just Say Yes
The struggle for LGBT rights hits home
By Maren Tarro [ Thu Oct 15 2009 5:06 PM ]
When Alibi news editor Marisa Demarco asked if I would cover the National Equality March in D.C. I quickly responded with a great big “Yes”. Nevermind the march took place the weekend I was scheduled to be hauling all my earthly belongings into my new apartment outside Baltimore, and never mind I’d never actually been to D.C. before. I was excited for the opportunity to document this event. (See the piece and other photos here.)
And then, as I started working on the article, a phone interview with One Struggle, One Fight–New Mexico’s Kelly Hutton caused me to seriously think about attending the march as more than a reporter. Her infectious enthusiasm got to me. “Please! Come march with us,” Hutton encouraged me, and her invitation echoed in my thoughts as I made my travel plans.
Additional pressure came in a phone call from my mother who reminded me I had many LGBT friends and family members who would be unable to make it to D.C. The weight on my shoulders was growing heavy. I could have easily shrugged it off by telling myself I was a reporter; my job was to attend as an objective observer and nothing more.
But I couldn’t. My conscience wouldn’t be that easily appeased.
So, I marched. I marched in between climbing walls to get the best shots I could, between hanging off light posts to get just the right angle and between tracking down activists from New Mexico. I ran alongside marchers, doubling back to snap photos of clever signs and then hurrying to catch up to marchers arriving at the Capitol. I jumped on and off cement barriers and planters, jogged backwards to catch groups caught up in the moment and ended up with a stress fracture in my left foot. But I marched.
I marched for my aunt Gloria who died last year after a fiercely short battle with ovarian cancer. I marched for her partner Deanna who was referred to only as “friend” and “roommate” at Gloria’s Catholic funeral.
I marched for my HIV-positive cousin Mari, the first transgender person I’d ever met. As I child, I was endlessly fascinated by him, putting him on my list of things to ponder between Boy George and God.
I marched for my cousin Felix, a young lesbian who I have so much admiration for. She is unapologetic for her identity even to her devoutly Catholic family.
I marched for all my LGBT friends over the years who are too numerous to name. But I will make special mention of John Cook, a nurse and teacher who may very well be the best drinking buddy a gal can have.
And I marched for all those who made their way to D.C. to support their community. For the military personnel thrown out under DADT, for the young people bullied in school over their sexuality, the parents who aren’t recognized as parents under current laws, partners who are refused the right to be at their loved one’s sides in hospitals, those ostracized in their churches and the countless others who find themselves denied anything based on their orientation, I marched.
The march continues. Now is the time to write letters to our senators, representatives and councilmen. Now is the time to tell everyone you know to support our friends and family in their old-as-time struggle for equal treatment under the law.
I marched for my loved ones, but will you?
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Bach Violin Concerto in A minor, Cantata BWV 151, a selection of beautiful Renaissance motets of the season and recent music from Irsee Monastery in Bavaria.
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