V.24 No.3 | 1/15/2015
How to Do Literally Everything
How to Fall in Love with Music Again
By Samantha Anne Carrillo
Music editor Samantha Anne Carrillo gives away her secrets to finding new music.
V.23 No.40 | 10/2/2014
Indie/Electro/Punk Music Festival
Outsider Art Thrives in Shiprock
Indie/electro/punk fest as Native soundtrack
By August March
August March delivers deets on the 4th annual Indie/Electro/Punk Music Festival happening this weekend in Shiprock, N.M.
V.19 No.22 |
This Week In Games 6.4.10
By John Bee [ Fri Jun 4 2010 6:27 PM ]
The hotly anticipated E3 trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution was released today. Awesome in a gorgeously melodramatic Final Fantasy kinda way.
Mean ol' Apple has decided they won't let you virtually strip Japanese models down to their underthings anymore, you pervert. Pretty soon they won't even let you play Truckers Delight (Very NSFW, you have been warned)! Seriously, how is this not worse than a slightly more prurient than normal lingerie catalog? Apple, thou art schizo.
Is there really a Goldeneye remake in the works?
A study of childrens' posture while playing video games yields unsurprising results.
Penny Arcade weighs in on the oil disaster.
This sweet glow-in-the-dark "Tron" NES will only set you back $250.
Mass Effect's Citadel in Lego.
V.18 No.49 | 12/3/2009
Film Festival Preview
The Cinema Different
The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
By Devin D. O’Leary
While the venerable Santa Fe Film Festival reaches its milestone 10th year, organizers of the upstart Santa Fe Independent Film Festival are grasping for a milestone of their own: their very first year. For its inaugural outing—taking place Friday, Dec. 4, through Sunday, Dec. 6—the SFIFF promises to bring “the most provocative” independent films from around the globe.
V.18 No.47 | 11/19/2009
Made in New Mexico DVDs
By Devin O’Leary
Plenty of big-budget Hollywood movies have been shot here in New Mexico (Transformers, Terminator Salvation), but we've also got our own homegrown film industry filled with talented writers, directors and actors. Here's just a sample of some of the local indie efforts available on DVD.
V.18 No.37 | 9/10/2009
By Kyle Eustice
In a way, The Thermals is the quintessential indie band. It’s attracted major label interest since forming in 2002, but its loyalty to the Northwest and strict DIY standards are testaments to punk rock ethics.
Sandra Cisneros Exhibition Tour at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Author of The House on Mango Street shares her thoughts and perspectives about both her own writing and the exhibit.
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