Alibi V.27 No.1 • Jan 4-10, 2018
News Editorial Where to Now, Albuquerque? The seer, the jester and the scholar In the midst of crisis the answers folks seek tend to come from experts. Weekly Alibi talks to local psychic Reta Crook-Bray, legendary Burqueño poet and bunny-man, Jeff Hartzer and public health scientist John Scariano.
New Mexico News Keep Up with La Politica A primer on current issues In 2018, we are faced with an election, Santolina's water application, local pollution policing and Governor Susana Martinez’s last session.
Newscity GRT revenue is increasing faster than projected, Senator Udall introduces an expansion to the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act and state Supreme Court releases recommendations for improving guardian/conservator system. Odds & Ends Funny because small portions are served to someone else.
Wellness Beginner Yoga with Stephanie Monday, Jan 21: 6-7pm New Mexico School of Yoga
Go through the postures of a basic sun salutation, beginner breath exercises and savasana. Other basic yoga postures are covered, building slowly to ensure correct alignment and modifications for each person.
Learn Jewish Federation of N.M. Presents Bob Baer Monday, Jan 21: 6-9pm Drury Plaza Hotel
The renowned author, former CIA case officer and
Time's intelligence columnist, speaks about his work. The VIP package includes dinner and drinks, preferred seating and a signed book. Learn Build A Website with Weebly Wednesday, Jan 23: 1-2pm Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce
A series of interactive small business events. Please RSVP. All workshops include Spanish language translation services.
Comm Discover the BioPark Thursday, Jan 24: 3:30-5pm Tony Hillerman Library
Visit the Discovery Station booth and meet ambassador animals, including an African Pygmy Falcon and an African Pygmy Hedgehog.
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