Alibi V.20 No.11 • March 17-23, 2011 ››
The Drain Game
Is a company trying to suck up our water and sell it back to us?
Maybe you’ve never heard of Datil, N.M. It’s just a tiny town in Catron Country, a two-and-a-half-hour drive southwest of Albuquerque. Besides the pretty scenery, it’s generally unremarkable. But for the last three years, it’s played host to a furious debate on water rights.
Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of the 2011 legislative session. It’s slated to adjourn on Saturday, March 19, at noon. The brunt of the work usually happens during the last hours, and lawmakers debate well into the final nights. Here’s what’s happened so far.
Ortiz y Pino
License to Rage
Gov. Susana Martinez is pumping up public outrage over the driver's license issue. It's like watching a prosecutor work a jury with an emotional closing argument.
I Can Lick My Own Eyebrows
A guide to assemble and execute phenomenal scenes and personal fantasies.
Famous and Unusual Graves in N.M.
Dr. Richard Melzer discusses the most illustrious and notorious final resting places around the state of leaders to unsung heroes, criminals to artists and more.
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Fireside Chat with Tim Keller and Dan Lewis
An in-depth discussion with the candidates of the Mayoral run-off election.
Spirits of New Mexico's Past
Listen to amazing stories of bygone events from historical figures.
Dia de los Muertos Community Celebration of Life
Celebrate life and those who have passed.
Fourth Annual Harvest Festival
Food, fun, music and seasonal activities.
Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Costume Party Fundraiser
Wear your best costume and enjoy snacks, cider, a parade, games, contests, and more while raising money for United Nations Children’s Fund.
14th Annual Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Halloween Carnival
A great and safe way for little ones with diabetes to celebrate Halloween with their families and friends.