Alibi Volume 25, Number 39
September 29, 2016
Fiesta provides time for reflection, team work and exploration
In this article that features heaps of useful balloon fiesta-related links, find out about how the yearly show provides time for reflection, team work and exploration.
News & Opinion
In this week’s Newscity: Mike Robert’s legacy, CNM has a high rank, the city continues car seizures, an illness affects West side dogs and the police blame paperwork.
Your vote will influence supreme choices
Weekly Alibi political correspondent Carolyn Carlson opines on proper voting procedures.
Funny because someone else got caught stealing money in their butt.
Readers write to Weekly Alibi about transgender restrooms, ART safety concerns and ways to love Burque.
Film & TV
Unfamiliar setting and offbeat subject make this sporting drama better than much of its competition
An unfamiliar setting and offbeat subject make this sporting drama better than much of its competition.
Basement films brings multimedia artist Chip Lord to Burque.
This week in sloth: “Mighty Magiswords,” a crisis in six Allen-driven scenes, 10 views of doomsday and “Kuu Kuu Harajuku.”
Filled with good and bad that mortals never know
August March likes to get the Led out but also fancies hyper-local rocanrol and the blues, too.
Arts & Lit
Mark National Coming Out Day in incomparable style
Mark National Coming Out Day in incomparable style with a fab performance at the Kimo Theatre.
Dystopia done right
In Empty Zone, Jason Shawn Alexander does dystopia right.
In Gold Street Caffé we trust
Monica Schmitt says depend on Gold Street Caffé for a delicious meal and a more than satisfying coffee fix.
Flix Brewhouse is in the process of building, Chipotle supposedly cleans up its act, Leal’s Mexican Restaurant recieves honor, get ready for the New Mexico Brew Fest and top it off at Oktoberfiesta.
Ultra Health gets a pat on the back
Joshua Lee gives Ultra Health a pat on the back.