Alibi V.27 No.19 • May 10-16, 2018
Baked Goods Finger in the Air Candidates flaky on legal cannabis Every gubernatorial candidate but Apodaca seems to have trouble perusing the growing body of research and data pertaining to the positive effects cannabis has had on the states where it's legal, but the constant refrain of “need more research” means they must be missing a few studies here and there.
Comm Brick Light Nights Wednesday, Sept 19: 5-9pm Winning Coffee Co.
Arts and crafts from your favorite N.M. vendors, live art, kid-friendly activities and open houses from Nob Hill brick and mortar shops with something for everyone.
Words Artist Talk with Aram Han Sifuentes Wednesday, Sept 19: 5:30-6:30pm UNM Center for the Arts
Focusing on the artist’s role in civic and democratic participation, she sets the stage for a series of programs and organized political activations with a talk on her art and its purpose.
Art Artists' Salon-Style Gathering Wednesday, Sept 19: 6-8pm Remarque: New Grounds Print Workshop
Bring work and ideas to share, queries and questions to ask and food to share.
Song & Dance Celebrate Leonard Bernstein's Centennial Wednesday, Sept 19: 7:30-9pm Popejoy Hall
Amongst music from other great composers, experience Bernstein’s
Symphonic Suite from On the Waterfront, music from the soundtrack for the 1954 winner of 8 Academy Awards. Hilda Kirschner Comm Dig Giusewa Thursday, Sept 20: 10am-2pm San José de los Jémez Mission
Community members excavate a five-by-five meter area with a goal of documenting and preserving a series of Pueblo rooms for public interpretation, while recovering artifacts.
Image via Pixabay Learn The Real World of Synthetic Biology Thursday, Sept 20: 6:30-7:30pm James A. Little Theatre
Christina Agapakis, Harvard-trained creative director at Gingko Bioworks, discusses the journey to create engineered living cells and how synthetic biology is likely to shape the future. Pre-registration required.
• Annual FUNDRAISER Oct 6-7 10.6.2018