V.26 No.5 | 02/02/2017
Dancing Across Borders
Saturday, Feb 11: Aliento: Dzul Dance Company
By Robin Babb [ Fri Feb 10 2017 1:00 PM ]
A fusion of dance with aerial arts, contortion and acrobatics to communicate Indigenous pre-Hispanic, Mexican and Latin culture and create bridges between contemporary art and historical heritage.
V.25 No.24 | 06/16/2016
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Quitar lo Bailado
Saturday, Jun 25: Festival Chispa: New Latin Music and Hispanic Culture
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Thu Jun 23 2016 10:00 AM ]
Celebrating the diversity of Hispano/Latino culture through music, art and the legacy of tradition.
V.19 No.35 | 9/2/2010
I appreciate this opportunity to respond to the recent interview published by the Alibi [Feature, “The Accidental Historian,” Aug. 19-25], which contained comments by me regarding identity. I understand that these issues are complex and a sensitive subject matter to address.
V.19 No.33 | 8/19/2010
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com
The Accidental Historian
Estevan Rael-Gálvez, executive director of the National Hispanic Cultural Center, on discourse and identity
By Joseph A. Baca
He was a terrible rancher. The son of a borreguero (sheep herder) in northern Taos County, Estevan Rael-Gálvez says he constantly lost his flock. Life on the farm wasn’t for him. So with his mother’s encouragement, he walked away from his family’s generations-old trade of sheep and farming in Costilla and Questa to answer his calling—academia, and ultimately a much larger world where culture, art and politics converge. July marked Rael-Gálvez' first year as the executive director of the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Lively and cerebral, Rael-Gálvez has wasted no time in the influential seat, propelling the NHCC to the forefront of Hispanic cultural and political affairs both locally and nationally. One year into his service as head of this increasingly powerful institution, the Alibi invited Dr. Estevan Rael-Gálvez to answer our resolana-style questions (but more on that later).
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.7 | 2/18/2010
Race Talk Boils in the House
Hispanic Education Act sparks hours of discussion
By Marisa Demarco
Roundhouse conversations on touchy social topics don't unfold all that differently from debates at the bar, in a classroom or over a dinner table.
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