Alibi V.27 No.25 • June 21-27, 2018 
Ingrid Ordoñez

News Interview

In the Sands of the Desert

Vexed to nightmare by a rocking cradle

Weekly Alibi met with Ingrid Ordoñez and NM Dream Team Communications Director Flaviano Graciano to get a better idea of what is happening in Tornillo.

News Bite

When We Need It Most

Celebrate World Refugee Day in Burque

Protesting policy through compassion and care
The News Monkey

Newscity

City, county and state officials announce a multi-agency Regional Traffic Management Center; radioactive contamination found at LANL; JoHanna Cox drops out of Secretary of State race.
FreeABQImages.com

News Feature

Diversity is a Virtue

Study shows that economic growth depends on equity of opportunity

Regardless of which side of the political canyon you stand on, looking down at the insane and inane fracas going on in our country, it is almost impossible to dislike Tim Keller. Now that doesn’t mean that there aren’t those who do manage to harbor some sort of vindictive grudge against him—only that their attacks on him tend to sound more like complaints than legitimate criticism.

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Council Watch

Fireworks, Golf and the Chief

Council also approves union agreements, recognizes volunteers

New golf digs, union pay agreements and the official appointment of a top cop held the attention of the Albuquerque City Council.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because a stay at Hotel Influenza happens to someone else.

Bikes

Biking Burque

Free Bikes for All!

No matter where you live or your income level, anyone can earn a free bike from Esperanza Community Bike Shop. For the small investment of a few hours of your time you can walk away with a great bike, a new helmet and all the information you need to start riding on Burque’s bike-friendly roads.

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EVENT HORIZON ()

Edible Herbs in the Concrete Jungle

Urban Foraging Walk

The preconception of the desert is perceived as brown, spiky, hot and just generally kind of unwelcoming. We don't think about being able to forage for food and survive on this vegetation, especially in the urban desert of Albuquerque. Welp, Spur Line Supply Co. is about to change that notion. Join other curious omnivores and fans of the holistic on Sunday, March 31 from 12:30 to 1:15pm on an Urban Foraging Walk. Learn to identify and harvest tasty and practical foliage with a focus on invasive and humdrum plants we walk by every day that can be used for things like food, tea and skin care. This walk is free and suitable for all ages and abilities.
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