Alibi V.29 No.4 • Jan 23-29, 2020
On Assignment Paying for Pensions Funding state retirement dreams Jan Goodwin of the state’s educational retirement board corrects us on how HB46 is intended to fund pensions.
Courtesy Plame for Congress News Interview Plame From District 3 Former CIA agent seeks NM Dem nod To get the scoop on the whys and wherefore of an unlikely but substantial candidate, Weekly Alibi met with Valerie Plame.
Newscity A task force to review the state's pretrial release and detention program met for the first time; a watchdog group names the biggest New Mexico lobbyists; protesters gathered to block traffic on Central Avenue and speak out against jaywalking tickets. Odds & Ends Funny because porn lacking subtitles is seen, but not heard, by someone else.
Wellness Lunchbreak Yoga Tuesday, Jan 28: Noon-1pm New Mexico School of Yoga
A midday break to move and stretch and varies based on the season and weather, following Ayurvedic yoga lineage. All levels, including beginners are welcome.
Wellness Rise of the Goddess Burlesque Class Tuesday, Jan 28: 7:30pm-8:30am Alley Kats Tap Company
Learn the art of tease from leading members of the local burlesque scene. Topics change weekly and are for both new and experienced performers of all backgrounds. Pre-registration recommended.
Kids Storytime Thursday, Jan 30: 10-11am Esther Bone Memorial Library
Kids enjoy stories, rhymes, activities, and more, highlighting new stories and long-time favorites. This program is for ages 3 to 6 with a parent or caregiver.
Kids Newpoli for Kids Thursday, Jan 30: 1-2pm South Broadway Cultural Center
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."
Kids Valentine's Day Heart Magnets Friday, Jan 31: 5:30-7pm Mama's Minerals
An adorable and useful project, these magnets can be used year-round. Fees include one completed heart magnet. Pre-registration suggested.