Don’t Fence Me In
Sam Truett on Species in Peril on the Borderlands
Weekly Alibi sat down with Samuel Truett, Associate Professor of History at the University of New Mexico and expert panelist for Species in Peril Along the Rio Grande, to talk about the history of the US/Mexico border and what borders mean for the animals that must cross them.
Photo by Clarke Condé
A Deep Dive Into Fog
Bryce Emley’s A Brief Family History of Drowning
A Brief Family History of Drowning is a time spent considering the cold, damp and salty world of grief and a moment to float in its heightened stillness.
Check out Strange as it Seems, Alice, an Adventure of Wonder and Wondering and There Must Be Other Names for the River.
Image courtesy of the artist
Miguel Zenón Quartet
The Grammy Award nominated, Guggenheim and MacArthur Fellow and saxophonist brings his unique voice as a composer and conceptualist, perfecting a mix of Latin American Folkloric music and jazz.
Image by George Williams
The play touches on anti-semitism and friction through the lens of delicatessen owners and their past traumas.
Image by Jason Quigley
Portland Cello Project
Portland’s premiere alt.classical group brings a huge, orchestral ensemble including brass, percussion and guest vocals by Patti King, that performs a night in homage to Radiohead.