Alibi V.29 No.4 • Jan 23-29, 2020
VJ Liberatori

Arts Interview

Risk and Reward

VJ Liberatori on the QSolo Festival

The Aux Dog is in the midst of its annual solo-performer festival, QSolo, and solo performers are always a gamble for a theater. In talking with Producing Artistic Director VJ Liberatori, though, it is clear that she wouldn’t have it any other way.
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Dark Depths II
Mario Romero

Art Magnified

Exquisitely Strange

Mario Romero’s “Dark Depths II”

Made in New Mexico IV is not a horror show and to see it as such dismisses the elegance of craft displayed in so many of these works. One piece that reflects that elegance is a watercolor by Mario Romero titled “Dark Depths II.”
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courtesy of the artist

Found Objects

Go to Update on the Legacy of Uranium Mining Native American Lands in New Mexico, Arbol de La Vida, The Women’s Vote: Latina Suffragists Who Fought for the Right to Vote and That Poet is Dope.
Bob Saget
Brian Friedman

Comedy Matters

Chatting Up America’s Dad

Bob Saget brings variety to Santa Ana Star

Weekly Alibi had the pleasure of getting to chat with Bob Saget about all that’s going on with him and about his upcoming shows in New Mexico.
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Image via Pixabay


How Do You Solve a Problem Like No Money?

Sing-a-Long Sound of Music

The NM Gay Men's Chorus presents a screening of the classic Julie Andrews film musical, complete with subtitles so the whole audience can sing along.
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Ritmi Della Terra


The Italian group stirs up a sound that melds Italian folk music, Greek and Turkish grooves, Mediterranean and Spanish colors and a contemporary sensibility they call "Mediterranean Pulse."