The Alibi's Weekend Hit List

The Alibi's Weekend Hit List

Adam Fox
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The Alibi's Weekend Hit List
The event will be kind of like this. Only minus the big, white house in the background.
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Happy Birthday, Albuquerque!

The Duke City turns 303 well-deserved years this weekend, but you know you don’t look a day over 18! Celebrate and throw one back for Burque this Saturday, April 18, as Old Town holds a birthday bash from noon to 5 p.m. There will be flamenco dancers, mariachi bands, an outdoor market and green chile cheeseburgers served in true New Mexico fashion. Vehicle access will be restricted into Old Town starting at 10:30 a.m., so take the Rapid Ride or even the Rail Runner so you don’t miss out on any of the action. For more information, visit Oh yeah, it’s free, so don’t fret about bringing an overpriced gift—just your person (and maybe a handful of friends) is all you need.

Cindy Sheehan in New Mexico

Activisit, author and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Cindy Sheehan stops at the Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice (202 Harvard SE) as part of her
Myth America tour. Sheehan became an international figure when she camped on the doorstep of George W. Bush’s Crawford ranch in 2005. Having published several books and being an outspoken opponent on the war in Iraq, her story will be fascinating to any follower of the political climate. She will be signing copies and discussing her new book Myth America: 10 Greatest Myths of the Robber Class and the Case for Revolution at 10 a.m. this Saturday, April 18. For more information on Sheehan and to get a copy of her new book, visit
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