Several million dollars in hope is on its way to north Downtown after the Albuquerque City Council approved a project that will bring a chance for a better life to some of the city’s most vulnerable residents.
After Labor Day, expect politics and more politics
By August March
The stakes are high this year, and after the customary barbecue picnics, you might want to spend some time perusing this or any other American newspaper—as well as your own particular county clerk’s office website—to find out your options and duties this November.
Santa Fe Public Schools superintendent claims poor grades given to the district's schools by PED as response to taking the stand as a witness; Steve Pearce tells reporters his plans for CYFD; ABCWUA leases water to San Juan-Chama Project to keep Rio Grande flowing.
New Laguna Burger location proves as tasty as ever
By Hosho McCreesh
With their first in-town location opening last December, Laguna Burger has taken the I-40 road trip reluctance and instantly replaced it with nearby convenience—not to mention quality casual dining at prices that'll have mall chain franchises gulping and tugging at their collar.
Check out the Pueblo Film Festival; Las Cruces International Film Festival submission deadline looms; there's a special screening featuring two “¡COLORES!” episodes; watch A Quiet Place but don't scream!
While most known for his jewelry (shaped wood earrings of fine wood and metal, bangles with a multitude of planes smoothed onto their surface, necklaces with elegant splashes of color), Danny Hart makes a lot more than that—custom furniture and geometry-inspired lighting pieces, for example.
This Runaways installation, Find Your Way Home reads as an extended “getting the band back together” episode, but in those moments of trope, Rowell rediscovers what made the team special to begin with.
Gubernatorial candidate Michelle Lujan Grisham supports legalization; US District Judge rules states' medical cannabis laws do not protect patients from employers with a no-drug policy; Alabama says it will crack down on CBD.
From genre pioneers Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong to iconic mainstream stereotypes like Fast Times’ burnout Jeff Spicoli, the double-edged sword of the loveable clown archetype is that it’s still difficult to be taken seriously as a cannabis industry professional.
An idea to bring about a small amount of campaign reform to city elections has taken up the attention of both the Bernalillo County Commission and the Albuquerque City Council at their recent meetings.
Join Weekly Alibi at our inaugural New Mexico Cannabis Expo from 11am to 5pm on Saturday, March 23, 2019, at Santa Fe Community Convention Center. The mission statement of the expo is working together to build a local “cannatopia,” creating the ideal future for medical cannabis and hemp industry in New Mexico.
See The Search for General Tso and discuss issues of immigration, adaptation and innovation; enjoy The Book of Life at Civic Plaza; go to "The New Mexico Film Incentive—Getting Your Money" to learn how to get your rebate.
Birds symbolize a lot of things for many of us who are so firmly earthbound. For Sheri Crider they are “a symbol of migration and freedom,” but carry even more weight than that on the curved backs of their wings.
Athletics department dishes abject failure amidst potential success
By August March
Wherever the true path of UNM athletics and no matter how the game is played, it should be approachable and transparent—clear of the debris and penalties encouraged by vague encounters and secretive meetings.
Votes may be cast daily until September 26—so get crackin’!
The great day has come, the great day has come at last. The nominees are on the ballot and the polls are officially open for Best of Burque Restaurant, 2018 edition. Participants may vote daily until September 26. Yes, daily! Yes, this IS a popularity contest! (And may the most delicious contestants win.)
State judge rules that New Mexico's school finance system was unconstitutional and failed to provide enough funds to schools; APS faces hundreds of teacher vacancies; APS says PED illegally overstepped its bounds on Hawthorne Elementary.
The anthropologist talks indigenous food futures and her new book
By Robin Babb
Since 1963, Dr. Charlotte J. Frisbie has spent much of her time living and doing research in Chinle, asking endless questions, translating and transcribing recipes and advice, taking photos and working alongside people to harvest, butcher, cook and serve food the traditional way.