V.21 No.28 | 7/12/2012
Film Review Where Do We Go Now? Middle Eastern farce finds inventive, if unrealistic, solution to religious strife Somewhere, in the rocky wilds of Lebanon, lies a tiny village so isolated from neighboring communities that the residents can barely keep up on the latest trends. Cell phones don’t exist there. Reception on the village’s sole television set is spotty at best. Newspapers are a luxury item. Why, these folks aren’t even aware that Muslims and Christians are supposed to hate each other to death. Kids What's in the World? Tuesday, July 25: 9:30-11:30am Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
Discover pattern and texture in rocks, plants and the built environment. Registration required.
Kids Build A Better World Tuesday, July 25: 2-3pm North Valley Public Library
Sarah Malone shares a range of stories from around the world in a fast paced, interactive and fun program with plenty of audience participation.
Kids Build a Better Paper Glider Tuesday, July 25: 3-5pm Taylor Ranch Library
Aerodynamic principles are put to the test with three different plane designs that dash, glide and loop. Registration required.
Kids Live Music Tuesday, July 25: 3-4pm South Valley Public Library
Award-winning New Mexican musician Andy Mason performs original, interactive, educational, bilingual and fun music.
Song & Dance Live Music Tuesday, July 25: 6-7pm Lomas-Tramway Public Library
Flambeaux takes listeners down to the "Big Easy" without leaving New Mexico.
Learn Energy Storage Update Tuesday, July 25: 6-7:30pm North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center
Jim DesJardins discusses the status of energy storage followed Teresa Johansen goes over Road Runner Food Bank's recent new battery system installation to save energy.
Learn Learning at the Library Tuesday, July 25: 6:30-7:30pm Cherry Hills Library
Learn how to use your phone, Excel, an Apple computer, CAD, photo editing, marketing and more, all accessible with a library card.
Film Albuquerque Jewish Film Fest: Body and Soul Tuesday, July 25: 7-10pm Jewish Community Center of Greater Albuquerque
Learn about the early performance history of the jazz standard
Body and Soul, one of the most recorded songs in the jazz repertoire and how that relates to the relationships between African Americans and American Jews. • Saudade's Brazilian Jazz 8.3.2017