Alibi Volume 27, Number 02
January 11, 2018
You Have Until January 19 to Secure Tickets for Alibi Fetish Events’ Carnal Carnevale on January 20
The Carnal Carnevale is just around the corner, and we can't wait to bare it all for you. It will be a night of adults-only fun in a secret, downtown Albuquerque location. So mask up, and get ready or a night of kinky fun amid the doors of perception.
Alibi Fetish Events’ Carnal Carnevale Masquerade Looms on January 20 with Tickets on Sale until January 19
Hurry up, Albuquerque kinksters, and secure your tickets for Alibi Fetish Events’ upcoming fetish masquerade!
Project delays yield more headaches
Lemonade analogies aside, the ART project is going to take a whole lotta work to get back on track.
City Council takes action on several issues
Cruising task force to review anti-cruising ordinance, mayor condemns coyote-killing contests, councilors annoyed at IDO meeting reschedule and ART financing.
APS will reorganize the structure of three schools which got F grades from PED for their performance, EPA is looking to add a western New Mexico creek basin to a list of cleanup priorities and Brian Colón says he'll run for state auditor.
THe Heavy Meddler returns to give advice on uneven boobs, interruptions and a useless guy.
Funny because falling into a sewer and finding someone else who fell, happens to someone else.
The readers write about propaganda and art.
Languid romance withers under the Tuscan sun
Stripped of its postcard beauty and its academic pretensions, Call Me By Your Name is little more than a soapy, overlong melodrama.
See I Am Not Your Negro or go to a screenwriting workshop.
New shows for a new year
The “Big Four” networks have been surprisingly reluctant to cancel bad or underperforming shows, but there have been a few merciful deaths to leave room for some new midseason replacements. So what does early 2018 have in store for us, network TV-wise?
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Maple Street makes music matter
The tradition of in-tune local studios continues with Maple Street Records.
August March likes local records so much that he made una columna about them! This week, more electro plus some hip-hop.
Gigi Bella performs at the Lobo Slam Championship
Weekly Alibi interviews poetry slam champion Gigi Bella.
DC revival project does not fail to deliver
The Wild Storm, each panel carefully structured with a minimalist approach, remains carefully character driven even in its most bizarre moments.
Buffalo wings and mac n’ cheese for the conscious eater
The Acre is a farm-to-table restaurant that’s accessible, family-friendly and not astronomically priced. Let's hope they've truly found a formula to get the next generation of Burqueños to eat more sustainably and healthily.
NE Heights craft coffee shop has big plans
Weekly Alibi interviews people of Little Bear Coffee Co, where they strive to be a comfortable space for people who aren’t coffee nerds, but also hope to help people become coffee nerds.
Sessions just can't help himself
Jeff Sessions reverses the Cole Memorandum policy, causing chaos in the business community and the GOP.