V.23 No.32 | 8/7/2014
Rooster Roundabout: This week’s music highlights
Writer Mark Lopez’ musings on upcoming records by Timbaland and TV on the Radio, new videos by Janelle Monåe, Beck and Karen O, and Flake Music’s reissue.
V.21 No.35 | 8/30/2012
It turns out that if you leave them alone long enough, garden plants are happy to do their own thing. This week, Ari LeVaux explores the aesthetic, philosophical and biological joys of the bolted garden in “Going to seed.”
Food for Thought
Going to Seed
Enlightened chaos in the garden
Food writer Ari LeVaux discovers the joy of a chaotic garden.
V.21 No.28 | 7/12/2012
Webgame Wednesday on Thursday: Flooded Village
Dig a trench from the river to water the plants and float the boats. Don't drown the people. Sounds simple enough, but the grid-based puzzler Flooded Village throws enough twists and turns at you to keep the old think-box working overtime. Further impediments (like ice) rear their ugly heads, forcing you to make more convoluted excavations in the landscape. What are you waiting for? Get digging!
V.20 No.21 | 5/26/2011
More Exciting Than Regular Seeds
Southern California artist Martin Facey is fascinated by life and the forces that come together to create it: light, time, humidity, heat. In his new series of paintings, Pluck, he explores the fragility and interconnectedness of life, primarily through the image of the seed. And these are some big kernels. Facey used paint, fiberglass, fabric and other materials to construct the works that fill Bright Rain Gallery. A professor of art and art history at UNM for 20 years, Facey has a piece in the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History's collection and three in the permanent collection of the University of New Mexico Museum. See the seeds revealed while pecking at hors d'oeuvres on Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m.
V.20 No.14 | 4/7/2011
Food for Thought
Swapping the Love
On food and seed exchanging
V.20 No.11 | 3/17/2011
Ready, Set, Grow
The next time you cook up a stir-fry and you’re prepping those beautiful chunks of red, green and yellow peppers, think twice before you toss the stem and seeds into the trash.
V.19 No.29 | 7/22/2010
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com
Reviving an ancient farming tradition starts at home
CROSSS • metal, psychedelic • Homebody • Blique • Time Parents at Burt's Tiki Lounge
Casino/Cuban-Style Salsa and Rueda de Casino at National Hispanic Cultural Center
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