V.26 No.7 | 02/16/2017
The Daily Word in the Songwriters Hall of Fame, Uber and the Slow Destruction of the US
By Rini Grammer [ Wed Feb 22 2017 10:27 AM ]
This one's for the laaadiiiessss! But really, ladies, take a look at this.
The Trump administration may soon be rescinding the rights trans students have in schools across the US.
Muslim activists raised over $70,000 to repair a vandalized Jewish cemetery.
Guess who the first rapper to be elected to join the Songwriters Hall of Fame is?
Instagram presents an original idea!
No person owes anyone else an explanation for their existence. People don't have to be nice to you for your own comfort.
What health services vital healthcare services will the Trump administration do away with next? Maternity leave? Oral and vision care for children? Habilitative services? Prescription assistance? There's so much to choose from!
Uber is finally addressing issues of sexism and sexual harassment.
V.25 No.45 | 11/10/2016
Friday, Nov 18: Definition Rare • rap • Wake Self • hip-hop • DDat • Delbert Anderson Trio
By Joshua Lee [ Thu Nov 17 2016 12:00 PM ]
Celebrate the birthday of Albuquerque's favorite rapper.
V.25 No.34 | 08/25/2016
Friday, Aug 26: Votives • instrumental, ambient, post rock • Cryogenic Styles • Five Mile Float • indie • Spice Boys • punk rock • Cee Mo
By August March [ Thu Aug 25 2016 2:00 PM ]
See the second of a series of events hosted by Weekly Alibi featuring the best local bands.
V.25 No.30 | 07/28/2016
The Daily Word in our high-tech legacy, Darren White and a dry river
By August March [ Thu Jul 28 2016 11:34 AM ]
Our city's high-tech legacy should be leveraged toward tourism and convention growth, say experts in the travel and airline industry.
Lockheed Martin has enlisted New Mexico Tech as a partner in its bid to assume management of Sandia National Laboratories.
DOJ Federal Monitor James Ginger will release his third report on APD reform efforts today.
Former Bernalillo County Sheriff and New Mexico Secretary of Public Safety Darren White says, "This year I can’t back the GOP," and has consequently endorsed his former boss, Gary Johnson, for POTUS.
High temperatures, sparse rainfall and the subsequent need for more water by farmers along the middle Rio Grande have resulted in a 17 mile section of the river running dry.
Trout fishing along the Pecos River can be enhanced by using simulators, bead-head prince nymphs or worms; meanwhile try angling at Isleta Lakes in the early morning while using garlic chicken liver or shrimp as bait.
Meanwhile, here's some local hip-hop about our fabulous Duke City!
V.24 No.48 | 11/26/2015
The Nutcracker Rocks On
Thursday, Dec 3: Nutcracker on the Rocks
By Maggie Grimason [ Wed Dec 2 2015 12:00 PM ]
Opening with Tchaikovsky, the classic tale is re-imagined with a production filled with rock and roll hits by the Velvet Underground, Aretha Franklin and more.
V.24 No.13 | 3/26/2015
Drake If You're Reading This It's Too Late · Chief Keef Sorry 4 the Weight
By Elliot Pearson
This week we listened to If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late and Sorry 4 The Weight. Now with recommended singles!
V.24 No.2 |
The Daily Word in democracy, pizza and Hotel California
By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Thu Jan 8 2015 12:06 PM ]
Yesterday's Daily Word proffered in-depth coverage of the Paris terror attacks on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. In the spirit of promoting the universal values of democracy and freedom of expression, here's a link to an English translation of Charlie Hebdo's website. Parlez-vous français? Here's the original, untranslated link.
The drought-sapped rivers of the Southwest formally invite El Niño to kick up "the oomph."
Northbound Girard at Coal is closed as police investigate a city bus crashing into a home. According to APD, no one in the home was injured, and information on passenger injuries is forthcoming.
FREE download OTD = Lydia Lunch and Cypress Grove's truly creepy cover of the Eagles' "Hotel California." Stream and download it here.
Wherever you're heading, "bring your Alibis" along for our websclusive weekly pop quiz, a review of dirty German sex comedy Wetlands, your weekly rock sermon, a Netflix-centric We Like to Watch (Instantly) column on Finding Fela!, The Weird World of Blowfly and Hit So Hard, an interview with awesome Native comedy troupe the 1491s and a review of Indian-slash-Nepali restaurant Taste of Himalayas.
V.23 No.34 | 8/21/2014
The Underachievers Cellar Door: Terminus Ut Exordium · Dilated Peoples Directors of Photography · Wiz Khalifa Blacc Hollywood
By August March
This week’s all hip-hop Sonic Reducer takes on new albums from The Underachievers, Dilated Peoples and Wiz Khalifa. Now with A/V!
V.23 No.29 | 7/17/2014
Courtesy of artist
Jazzin’ Up Summertime
By August March
This year’s New Mexico Jazz Festival proffers concerts by Arrested Development, The Memphis P. Tails, Omar Sosa and a slew of other mega-talented artists.
V.23 No.21 | 5/22/2014
Enter the El Rey
By August March
Wherein August March delineates intersections of hip-hop nation and hyperlocal music history in preview of a Method Man & Redman concert.
V.22 No.44 | 10/31/2013
Marriage Has Two Lenses to Benefit the 516
By Erik Gamlem
Two photographers with strikingly different styles and subject matter—who just happen to be married—unveil new photobooks to benefit 516 Arts.
V.22 No.25 | 6/20/2013
Courtesy of @Voces2013
Rhyme and Reason
Urban Verbs trio transforms Voces
By Shawna Brown
Burque youth find their writing and speaking voices at the Voces Institute.
V.22 No.21 | 5/23/2013
Last Month in Music
April 2013 Edition
By Mike Smith
Author Mike Smith recounts his April 2013 aural adventures, and the Alibi is reminded that hip-hop and witch house can be so rock and roll.
Yeezus comin’ on June 18
Kanye West’s newest LP confirmed
By Mark Lopez [ Mon May 20 2013 2:47 PM ]
Think what you will about Kanye West. Personally, I’ve always appreciated his music, but his personality always got in the way of me finding him likable. So, I just tend not to focus on him outside of his righteous rhymes. Sure, the rapper has garnered himself some controversy. (Remember that whole Taylor Swift speech interruption? Way to steal a young girl’s spotlight, K-Dubs). But music blogs are going nuts today over the announcement that West’s upcoming record, titled Yeezus, is dropping on June 18 and is already available to preorder on iTunes.
West performed two new tracks from his forthcoming LP on “Saturday Night Live” this past weekend, giving fans a taste of what’s to come. And Kim Kardashian posted a photo on Instragram, which has already been confirmed to be the cover art for the album. You know ... because they gotta keep it in the family (but only if it’s in front of the entire world). So, be on the lookout for what will no doubt be another interesting and thought-provoking record from one of hip-hop’s most notable figures.
V.22 No.17 | 4/25/2013
Last Month in Music
By Mike Smith
Author and music fanatic Mike Smith shares his March 2013 adventures in live, local music. Hip-hop, folk-punk and acts hailing from the City Different get top billing.
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