Alibi V.27 No.12 • March 22-28, 2018
City Councilors Benton and Borrego contemplate their respective universes

Council Watch

The Blinking of a Council

Women’s History Month, AFD raise on agenda

Quick meeting proclaims March to be Women’s History Month and spends money on firefighters and affordable housing.
At the Congressional Forum

Election News

CD 1 Forum Highlights Differences

Dem candidates vary in style, intensity

Weekly Alibi helped commence the primary election season with a forum of candidates for Governor and Congressional District 1.
The News Monkey


APS board votes to not arm teachers, Transit Department alleged to have dumped contaminated water down storm drains and Land Commissioner to meet feds about border wall on state trust lands.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because losing faith in hate happens to someone else.


The readers write about suicide, the new tax law's failure for small businesses, head hunting in American territories and political feedback.


Go On and Smell It

Lavender Distillation Demo

A fascinating demonstration as lavender oil is captured through steam distillation.



March For Our Lives

Students and supporters march to demand that their lives and safety become a priority and to bring awareness to end gun violence and mass shootings in schools.