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Warehouse 508 rally for public funding This weekend, take part in a march on city council to protest budget cuts on great local non-profit organizations such as Warehouse 508. A local community hotspot to benefit the youth of Albuquerque, Warehouse 508 utilizes extreme sports, arts and music in a very cool fashion. The budget cut proposes to reduce their funding by two thirds, so join the march to city hall and be a voice for the community. The group will meet at the Warehouse (508 First Street NW) Sunday, January 25th at 2:30 p.m. Make a sign, pump your first and get loud for a good cause. Visit myspace.com/warehouse508 for more information. Revolutions International Theatre Festival There’s still time to check out the incredibly impressive and worldly performances happening around town known as the Revolutions International Theatre Festival, presented by Tricklock Theatre Company. This weekend Nharcolepsy will be at Theatre X at UNM, Ka*Bu*Ki at the KiMo, Culture Clash in AmeriCCA at National Hispanic Cultural Center’s Journal Theatre and last but not least The Reptilian Lounge at The Filling Station. Tickets are $18/$12 per event, or you can get a handy dandy little “Revolutions Passport” and see multiple shows for a great deal. Head on over to tricklock.com for showtimes and tickets.