Alibi V.28 No.20 • May 16-22, 2019
On Assignment Televised Triumph Quote Unquote conundrum comes full circle The city council’s decision to declare some of the current community cable bidders as non-responsive opens the option of using multiple providers for local public access and community cable content, including Quote Unquote.
Eric Williams Photography Council Watch Municipal Election Looms Even-numbered council districts prepare This November, 2019, voters will decide who will take four seats at the Albuquerque City Council table.
Via Facebook Editorial Untroubled Lives Keller’s agenda continues its advance Things have changed at city hall, and in no place is that clearer than in official communications coming from the city.
Newscity Border Patrol officers dropped off around 100 asylum-seeking migrants at a private bus station in Las Cruces, despite a request from the city to halt the practice; a judge ordered the state to pay the legal fees of two groups that filed a lawsuit alleging the Education Department failed to provide an adequate education; a closed-down prison in Torrance County might reopen to hold Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees.
Odds & Ends Funny because a misspelling on national currency happens to someone else. The readers write about the causes of immigration and the Clean & Green Retail Ordinance. Weekly Alibi's Hemp Fiesta 2019
Don't miss your chance to be a part of New Mexico's largest cannabis event! Please contact Tierna Unruh-Enos to inquire about booth and sponsorship opportunities at 505-346-0660 ext. 248.
Learn Discover the BioPark Tuesday, May 21: 3:30-5pm South Valley Public Library
Visit the booth and meet animal ambassadors from Africa including raptors, lizards, Madagascar hissing cockroaches and hedgehogs.
Comm Festival Resiliencia Tuesday, May 21: 7-11pm National Hispanic Cultural Center
Commemorating the experiences of Jewish communities in Spain and the Americas through films, music, food, exhibits and lectures, highlighting the journey of the Jews in Spanish speaking countries.
Learn English as a Second Language Classes Wednesday, May 22: 10am-1pm Santa Fe Community College
An intensive four-week session open to any adult that wants to learn English. New students must attend an orientation session prior to registration.
Kids Jewelry Making for Kids Saturday, May 25: 1:30-3pm Mama's Minerals
Learn to design and string a necklace or bracelet including beads and learn to crimp and attach a clasp to complete the design. Registration recommended.
Comm Horseshoes and Heels Gala Saturday, May 25: 6pm Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort
Enjoy a cocktail reception, silent auction and photo ops with the rescued horses. Guests also experience a four-course meal prepared by the culinary team, a live auction, music and dancing.
Sports Albuquerque Roller Derby Saturday, May 25: 6pm Expo New Mexico
This is a family-friendly event includes music, food, cocktails, face painting, bounce house, vendors, crafts and prizes, all while supporting this local nonprofit roller derby.