Alibi Volume 25, Number 33
August 18, 2016
Beginning a dialog about public art? Here’s some background.
News & Opinion
Libertarian candidate talks to Weekly Alibi
Alibi political correspondent Carolyn Carlson had some questions for presidential candidate Gary Johnson.
Bomb scare evacuates Meow Wolf, a police officer is killed in Hatch and Mike Pence campaigns in N.M.
Bees, boards and busses on agenda
Your City Council discusses the importance of bees, boards and commissions as well as the now infamous ART project.
Funny because someone else’s tax bill is slightly off.
A reader writes to advocate the return of red light cameras.
Film & TV
Werner Hezog stares into the abyss of the World Wide Web
The notoriously existential Werner Herzog ruminates on the technology and philosophy of the internet.
Adult Swim Drive-In kicks off and Movies on the Plaza continues in Albuquerque; Red Nation Film Festival visits and New Mexico Women in Film hosts a forum in Santa Fe.
“The Get Down” on Netflix
Set in NYC’s iconic Bronx neighborhood in 1977, “The Get Down” tries to hip viewers to the birth of rap music.
SyFy is on Isle of the Dead, Netflix will sleep when it's dead and "Rush Hour" is dead.
Lamadrid brings tradition to todos
Alibi music reporter Robin Babb talks about Nuestra Música with Enrique Lamadrid.
Arts & Lit
Public art involves youth in the art community
Public art involves youth in the art community, writes Alibi editorial staffer Monica Schmitt.
Your own aunt couldn’t do this good
August March visits Tia Betty Blue’s for Breakfast.
CG Higgins for sale, Black Olives Matter shirts for the critically unfashionable, Marble Brewery opens a tap room, Weck’s opens a new restaurant, a change of style for Twisters, and Avocadogate.