V.22 No.37 | 9/12/2013
The Mexican Abides
“¡Ask a Mexican!” columnist on art and la raza
By Mark Lopez
Gustavo Arellano talks politics and satire in Chicano art at the Albuquerque Museum.
V.22 No.22 | 5/30/2013
Film Festival Preview
Latino Film Fest Speaks Our Language
Translating the experience of ¡Cine Magnífico!
By Devin D. O’Leary
Instituto Cervantes of Albuquerque, the University of New Mexico Latin American and Iberian Institute and the National Hispanic Cultural Center present the first ever ¡Cine Magnífico! Latino Film Festival.
V.19 No.33 | 8/19/2010
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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.29 | 7/22/2010
By Patricia Sauthoff
One of the coolest things about being me is the amount of stuff people tell me. Sometimes it’s off the record, even though it’s not juicy/verifiable/interesting enough to be on the record. Occasionally the gossip is so good the whole down-low thing makes me want to scream. Most of the time the information I get is somewhere in the middle of these two extremes and totally shareable. Generally, this kind of stuff is sent via e-mail with the words “for immediate release” in big, bold and sometimes italic letters at the top. It’s maybe not the most exciting, but some of those e-mails actually include the interesting stuff. Let’s open the vault.
Star Gazing at Sandia Mountain Natural History Center
The Albuquerque Astronomical Society brings telescopes for observing the night sky. Hiking trails are open for exploring prior to the sun setting.
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