Alibi Volume 25, Number 34
August 25, 2016
Cast your troubles away with Zozobra
Old Man Gloom burns away everyone’s troubles next week. Be there or be square.
A selection of regrets from Burqueños to be burned after reading
A selection of regrets from Burqueños to be burned after reading.
News & Opinion
Third-party candidate offers four-pillar platform
Weekly Alibi political correspondent Carolyn Carlson explores the candidacy of Jill Stein.
A fight turns ugly when a boxcutter becomes involved, Gary Johnson rallied last week, state sees more flying cockroaches and arrests at a state-run syringe-exchange van bring APD methods under fire.
Funny because someone else’s cat was maligned.
Film & TV
Tragedy is easy, comedy is hard in Mike Birbiglia’s self-reflexive look at the humor industry
Tragedy is easy, comedy is hard in Mike Birbiglia’s self-reflexive look at the humor industry.
The 48th annual Bubonicon science-fiction and fantasy convention teleports down to Albuquerque this Friday through Sunday, Aug. 26 through 28. This year’s theme is “Rockets, Robots & Rayguns.”
This week on the tube: a romantic drama featuring Sarah Hyland, Debbie Gibson makes a myth of herself, the Strain returns to FX and Polish pizza is a thing.
Band moves through music and into space
August March strongly implies that Rubi Ate The Fig rocks.
Arts & Lit
The change-making scope of science fiction and fantasy
Bubonicon comes but once a year, now it’s here, now it’s here!
Rowan Black is the lead character of Greg Rucka and Nicola Scotts’ new image series Black Magick.
As someone who’s been loyal to Amore Neapolitan Pizzeria for years, Megan knows what she likes. For you readers, though, she decided to try a couple of new things.
New owners at Kellys Brew Pub, protesters rail against Black Olives Matter, South Valley sees increase in chile coverage, Green Chile Cheesburger Smackdown is go, peanut allergy manslaughter and Pueblo cookbook savors the past.
This month in cannabis
Joshua Lee takes a break from reviewing local dispensaries to catch up on the headlines.