Alibi Volume 25, Number 37
September 15, 2016
Zane Fischer's answer to the housing crisis
Zane Fischer advocates density to make housing more affordable, as well as to increase energy, water and transportation efficiency.
News & Opinion
Council meets on a variety of issues
Our City Council meets about ART and a proposed waste transfer center among other important agenda items.
Victim’s mother writes leaders about the death penalty, a suspected bomb caused a Sunport delay and balloon landings have been banned at Sandia Pueblo.
Funny because stealing a ghost happened in a some other town.
The Don says don’t cook.
Film & TV
Oliver Stone’s high-tech muckraker makes a solid, one-sided argument
Stone’s film is more or less a dramatization of Laura Poitras’ documentary/interview Citizenfour, but Stone fails to remember that uncertainty is the key to suspense.
Indie Q returns to the Kimo Theatre and ¡Cine Magnifico! is featured this week at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
“Speechless” on ABC
The pace of this envelope-pushing sitcom and its main character are often frantic.
Highlights of this weeks teevee schedule include Macy’s Fashion Show, Dracula’s Dog and the case of JonBenét Ramsey.
Swans founder Gira discusses dissolution, chaos and the now
Swans founder Michael Gira speaks with August March about music and airplanes.
Arts & Lit
Searching for the grave of Demi Lovato's forebearers, and so much more
City on the Edge tells of history, not isolated in the past, but how it relates to where we are now.
No, it doesn’t have anything to do with that awful Tom Cruise movie
The Last Samurai is a brilliant work that turns a classic story on its head.
Magic abounds in Child of Duende
Michelle Adam wrote of a spirit to awaken a spirit.
And I know because she said so
August March manages to conjure El Patio’s time-tested version of Nuevo Mexicano cuisine while invoking The Smiths.
Green Chile Cheeseburger Winner Announced
Laguna Burger wins best green chile cheeseburger, Skarsgard Farms delivers, Zio’s is closing, no one cares about Black Olives Matter, El Paisa is the best and a professor gives drinking advice.
Plant love at PūrLife
Joshua Lee links medical cannabis to a growing interest in botany.