V.21 No.51 | 12/20/2012
Film Review Django Unchained Italian Western meets blaxploitation revenge in Tarantino’s latest B-movie blow-up Quentin Tarantino may be America’s greatest pulp film historian. He’s certainly the greatest one actually making movies—as opposed to simply writing guidebooks on obscure cinema. His films are crammed with so many in-jokes, homages and references to previous cult films it would take an NYU grad student a week just to alphabetize them. Wellness Yoga with a View Sunday, Nov 19: 9am Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center
A guided yoga class in a unique setting overlooking 18 acres of agricultural fields. All abilities and levels welcome.
Film Fourth Annual Pueblo Film Fest Sunday, Nov 19: Noon-3pm Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
The only film festival in the country devoted to the work of Pueblo filmmakers and actors, as well as to films that explore the Pueblo experience.
Food Fall Harvest Afternoon Tea Sunday, Nov 19: 1-2:30pm Fragrant Leaf Tea Boutique
An autumn-inspired feast served with two teas. Reservation required. Vegetarian options available. Catered by Chez Axel Restaurant.
Song & Dance Alice Sunday, Nov 19: 2-3:30pm Keshet Center for the Arts
Alice in Wonderland, experience Alice through a lens of self-discovery and new possibilities, embodying and embracing unlimited possibilities. Song & Dance Music in Corrales Sunday, Nov 19: 3-4:30pm Old San Ysidro Church
The award-winning jazz group, The Tierney Sutton Band, performs American songbook standards as well as original compositions,
Art Querencia: Rituals of the Río Arriba Monday, Nov 20: 9am-4pm New Mexico Humanities Council
Award-winning documentary filmmaker and fine-art photographer Miguel Gandert shows his work highlighting his mestizaje heritage, and the fusion and tension of the relationship between Spanish Colonial and Native Cultures of the Americas. Runs through 12/29.