Alibi V.28 No.21 • May 23-29, 2019
Feature: Film Guide Summer Film Guide 2019 Cops and Kaiju , Superheroes and Scary Toys, Piano Men and Pets This summer has already been a record-smasher at the movie box office, but movie lovers should not despair; there are plenty more blockbusters to come in the official Memorial-Day-to-Labor-Day summer movie season. Theaters will be overflowing with comedies, action films, horror movies, dramas, biopics and animated features. Which ones should you pick? Food Albuquerque Rail Yards Market Sunday, May 26: 10am-2pm Albuquerque Rail Yards
A market celebrating all things local and at the heart of NM culture with hundreds food, farm, artisan and healing vendors, live music as well as a kids' zone.
Words Poet Elyse Russo Sunday, May 26: 1pm Organic Books
The poet reads and sign copies of
Dates From Hell and Other Places, Mostly Funny Poems About My Search for Mr. Right. Stage Singin' In The Rain Sunday, May 26: 2pm Albuquerque Little Theatre
A musical about two actors who, in silent movies, are a hot item but, behind things aren't always as they appear on the big screen.
Words Poet Dan Wetmore Sunday, May 26: 3pm Organic Books
The poet reads poetry and signs his book
My Mother's Gentle Unbecoming/The Absentings of Alzheimer's. Art Into the Grey: A Fundraiser for Brain Cancer Research Sunday, May 26: 3-7pm OT Circus Gallery
A fundraising event benefitting brain cancer research, hosted by Jessi Lloyd of the Grey Collective with a silent auction, a raffle, live entertainment, sidewalk games, a food truck and fun.
Stage Spring Awakening Sunday, May 26: 6-8:30pm Warehouse 508
Based on the German play by Frank Wedekind, this production allows vision through the eyes of teenagers in the late 1800s, showing how their issues relate to teens today.
Image via Pixabay Food Lil' Rudies Baking Camp Monday, May 27: 8:30am-noon Rude Boy Cookies
This week-long camp full of baking and decorating keeps the kiddos entertained while teaching valuable baking skills straight from the professionals.