Alibi V.20 No.25 • June 23-29, 2011
Feature ACE Panel Schedule Our comprehensive guide to the Albuquerque Comic Expo–panels, prizes and super-powered personas galore.
Feature Speak Well, He Can An interview with the voice of Yoda
Tom Kane can do a good evil robot. He gets a lot of computer voices thrown his way. Stanley Kubrick even picked him to be the new HAL 9000 from
2001: A Space Odyssey just before Kubrick died. Kane's also done a ton of animation voicings, including Professor Utonium in “The Powerpuff Girls” and Monkey Fist on “Kim Possible.” He was both Tony Stark and Ultron in the "Iron Man" cartoons, so he got to fight himself.
Feature La Forge to Bridge An interview with LeVar Burton
As an actor, he's hit the trifecta. LeVar Burton has managed to be cast in three roles that played a major part in American culture: the young Kunta Kinte in
Roots, himself as the host of "Reading Rainbow" and Geordi La Forge in "Star Trek: The Next Generation." Kids Aesop’s Fables with Opera Unlimited Wednesday, July 17: 10:30-11:30am Tony Hillerman Library
This opera brings to life three of Aesop’s most beloved and well known fables:
The Ants and the Grasshopper, The Lion and the Mouse and The Tortoise and the Hare. Wellness Traditional Health Fair Wednesday, July 17: 12:30-4pm University of New Mexico Duck Pond
Donations are accepted for treatments including acudetox, acupuncture, herbalism, limpias, reiki and sobadas.
Kids Dog Stars with Denise Gard Wednesday, July 17: 2-3pm Juan Tabo Public Library
Border Collies, Joey and Sienna, perform some star-quality tricks. Plus, hear stories about the constellations that grace our night sky.
Kids Bath Bombs Wednesday, July 17: 2-3pm Erna Fergusson Library
Using basic kitchen materials and ingredients, make planetary-themed bath bombs and make bath time stellar. For ages 13 through 17. Registration required.
Art Inspired by Nature: Scientific Illustration Wednesday, July 17: 6-9pm New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
Explore hidden treasures and create scientific illustrations. Use observations, attention to detail and creativity to draw objects from the museum's exhibits and collections. Supplies are provided.
Song & Dance Cha Wa Wednesday, July 17: 6pm St. John's College
Hear a New Orleans brass band-meets-Mardi Gras Indian outfit that radiates the fiery energy of the best features of the city’s street culture.
Words Open Poetry Reading Wednesday, July 17: 6:30-9pm Tortuga Gallery
Poets each have five minutes to read poetry. Poets bring their books to diplay on the poet's table.
Image via Pixabay Kids Junior Zookeeper Day Camp Thursday, July 18: 9am-noon Wildlife West
Children ages 8 to 12 learn about zoo keeping techniques, animal enrichment, get close to wildlife in a safe environment and hang out with zookeepers as they feed and care for the animals.