Alibi Volume 26, Number 50
December 14, 2017
Carnal Carnevale tickets still on sale
Step outside of the mundane and step into the Carnal Carnevale, an “adults-only” party brought to you by Alibi Fetish Events. Albuquerque, reward yourself for making it through the holiday season with tickets to the Carnal Carnevale; and if you act now, you can stuff those stockings with tickets at at discounted rate. You have until midnight, on Sunday, Dec. 17 to purchase tickets for the still-discounted price of $55. Prices go up after that, and no tickets will be available for purchase at the door. The location of this kink-and-cocktail-filled voyeur’s delight remains top secret, and will only be revealed only to our lucky few ticket holders.
Occidental Life Building at 100
The Occidental Life Building is nationally unique due to its Venetian Gothic Revival style, and a local rarity because it's one of Downtown’s few ’70s urban renewal survivors.
Some schools may have to close, Michael Padilla drops out of Lt Governor race and KAFB is keeping track of nitrate plumes.
There is no future without a past
Representatives of the police should be willing to discourse on the course of events that resulted in mandated federal oversight without feeling that they are being demonized.
Funny because "love fumes" happen to someone else.
Hollywood documentary embraces beauty and brains
Hedy Lamarr, actress and inventor, gets the documentary biopic treatment she so sorely deserves with Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story.
A Christmas Story screens, Phil Duran teaches police tactics for actors and Albuquerque’s homegrown anime convention returns.
“Happy!” on Syfy
Syfy goes out on a limb—a severed limb, it should probably be stated—with its absurdly funny, ridiculously violent crime/fantasy series “Happy!”
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
It’s the holidays, be joyful dammit!
Winter’s almost here; don’t despair or disappear when you could redeem yourself at a local show instead: A. March has all the deets!
August March continues his autumnal sojourn into local-recording-land, listening to new work by TPC, Noctilucant and Casper The Hoax
The “badass mother folk art” of El Moisés
El Moisés brings his world-class style, unique vision and focused attention to everything he touches—whether a book or a lowrider or a canvas.
This week: Cruzando: Travels in a Parallel Universe, Pre-existing Conditions, Charles Dickens Formal Winter Ball and Stories by the Fireside.
Images and psychic states surface at New Grounds
We chat with Lihie Gendler-Talmor about diversity in technique, "Cities of Refuge" and how personal experience influences selection of subject matter.
Eat, Drink and Be Lazy
Weekly Alibi is here to help you make it through the holiday season unscathed with recommendations on where to eat, drink and be merry on the days when most things are closed.
This week's events look drinkier than foodier, but you'll find something to eat.
N.M. declines to join at least 30 states in the booming hemp industry, heavy cannabis use is linked to vomiting illness and the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment is extended yet again.