Alibi V.28 No.23 • June 6-12, 2019 
A scene from Albuquerque Pride 2018


Have Some Pride!

History, resources and more

This weekend, Albuquerque will roll out the rainbow crosswalk in time for a parade and other festivities to celebrate our gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer community.
Methane Flare, Navajo Nation
John Fowler via Grand Canyon Trust

On Assignment

Freedom Is a Gas

Renewables make inroads while dinosaurs dig in

Not much research is being done on a post-gas America; homes, housing and urban scenes are still being designed with gas lines in mind and even big public transportation systems utilize natural gas to run buses.
The News Monkey


The lawsuit between the city of Albuquerque and electric bus company BYD has been settled; half of the state police officers assigned to Albuquerque as part of the Metro Surge Operation left the city this week; New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department announced it will further limit income requirements to receive child care assistance.
State of New Mexico

Nurse Ratchett

Vaccinate Now!

New Mexico at risk

The rising number of unvaccinated children worries health officials. Earlier this year, the New Mexico Department of Health confirmed the state’s first case of measles in nearly five years.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because recyclable plastic tuition happens to someone else.
Image by Clarke Conde


Crossfader Summer Sounds

Hip-Hop Beats with Ryan Troncoso

Teens learn the history of instruments used to make classic hip-hop and create a beat from scratch using both analog samplers and digital workstations. For ages 13 to 17. Registration required.
Image by Clarke Conde


Here's Mud in Your Eye

International Mud Day

This family-friendly event explores educational stations related to mud and soil. Play and cool off in wet mud, make seed balls and mud stencil art, wade through a natural wetland looking for wildlife and more.
Image via Pixabay


Comet Me, Bro!

Asteroid Day

It's never too early to start planning for your last moments on Earth, so zoom over to Asteroid Day. This event rocks the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science from 10am to 2pm on Sunday, June 30. Learn about asteroids and their impacts on Earth, NASA's mission to our local asteroid belt, the disappearance of the dinosaurs and other space news. Watch live streaming of other Asteroid Day celebrations worldwide (yes, that's a thing). UNM's Institute of Meteoritics helps visitors distinguish between meteorites and regular, old Earth rocks and the curator of the exhibition, Dr. Tom Prettyman, hosts an "Asteroid Advice Booth." All activities are included in museum admission. Admission prices range from $4 to $10. For more information on this all-ages event visit



Weekly Alibi's Hemp Fiesta 2019

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.