Alibi Volume 25, Number 17
April 28, 2016
News & Opinion
Joshua Lee has a modest proposal to save us all from the naughty bits.
Brief meeting is productive
The council postponed putting public finance changes on the ballot, chose the new Inspector General, allowed dogs on buses (sometimes) and bumped up the Police Oversight Board’s lawyers.
Funny because it happens to everyone four years from now.
The readers write about the classical liberal’s view of government’s role in wildlife management and also about Maggie Grimason’s awesomeness.
Film & TV
Punk-fueled indie shocker goes for the throat
Patrick Stewart is an evil skinhead in the punk-fueled horror hybrid Green Room.
Geek Queen Felicia Day visits UNM, REZILIENCE festival looks at Native film, New Mexico Labor Film Festival celebrates May Day.
Tidbits from around the dial
Norman Reedus gets a travel show, “Doctor Who” gets a new companion and High School Musical returns.
“Houdini and Doyle” stop crime, Eddie Huang travels “Huang’s World” and History Channel goes “Car Hunting.”
Five shows to dissolve existential angst
Lots to hear this week: Puscifer at Popejoy, the Indigenous tuneage of the No Rezervations show at Burt’s, indie power trio Miss Massive Snowflake at Savoy Wine Bar, Chicano Batman at Meow Wolf and the West coast super-rock of Black Mountain at the Launchpad.
Arts & Lit
Felicia Day embraces her weirdness, online and off
We interview the super-killable Sean Bean of sci-fi women, prior to her visit this Friday.
New galleries Downtown brighten the season
These new spaces may provide just the right experience to reinvigorate your creativity if the weather and wind aren’t cutting it.
Selected poems for National Poetry Month
Maggie Grimason asks a number of local creatives to contribute to a suggested reading list for National Poetry Month.
M’Tucci’s Italian has American crust
The service is outstanding, the presentation is gorgeous, and the food is … well, we’ll get to that in a minute.
We regret that we originally ran these forecasts (which are for the week of April 28-May 4) a week early without SPOILER protection. Those of you who are encountering destinies prematurely, are recommended to go back and re-read last week’s amended astrological forecast to catch up on anything important you may have missed. Once you experience your previously-foreseen fate, your currently-foreseen fate may make more sense.