Alibi V.20 No.33 • Aug 18-24, 2011 
Writer Toby Smith makes an attempt as Nick Hernandez calls out instructions.

Sports

Against the Flow

Indoor surfing? Yeah, dude, it’s a trip. Just remember to knot those shorts tight.

Alibi sports writer Toby Smith attempts to hang 10—even after his wardrobe malfunctions.
Julia Minamata

News Feature

Can APD Beat Its Rap?

Shootings, lack of oversight have plagued police for years

Officer-involved shootings and a lack of oversight have plagued police for years. Reporter Carolyn Carlson looks back at a report from the ’90s spurred by civil rights abuses, as well as all the headlights shining on Albuquerque police today.

Council Watch

Heroin’s Toll

An activist who works to raise awareness attended the Council meeting to plead for a teen treatment center. A couple of days before the meeting, her 18-year-old son died after an apparent overdose.
Ben Radford

The Radford Files

Badlands Survival

Death is in the details

Our house skeptic wanders into Bisti, lured by unusual rock formations. A weather change and poor planning turn a lovely day trip into a scramble for safety.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because it happens to someone else.
Image via Pixabay

EVENT HORIZON ()

Blunt Facts

New Mexico Cannabis Expo

Open to vendors from all over N.M. and Colorado as a B2B platform, a great source for card holders and is also open to attendees curious about medical cannabis.
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Photo courtesy of Clarke Conde

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Starting the Wild Rumpus

Where the Wild Things Are Story Time and Painting for Kids

Let loose your little ones into a terribly roar-roaring, teeth-gnashing, eye-rolling frenzy of art-making at Art! Attack’s Where the Wild Things Are Story Time and Painting Event on Saturday, March 23 at 9:30am. Children up to 12 begin their Saturday morning adventure with a telling of the Maurice Sendak classic Where the Wild Things Are before painting their own little top shelf-only dishwasher safe ceramic monster with speckled or solid colored paints. Tickets are $16 per child. For more information and reservations, visit artattack.com or call 298-3275.
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