Alibi Volume 27, Number 05
February 1, 2018
The secret is revealed at last
The circulation elves have been hard at work compiling a list of all the distribution points where your favorite weekly newspaper can be found in its native format of recycled newsprint and soy-based ink. (We already know you can find the website.)
News & Opinion
Martinez signals legislators about priorities
Gov. Susana Martinez has asked lawmakers to change state law to require parental notification for minors seeking to terminate a pregnancy.
2018 Legislative Highlights
Legislative Finance Committee issues report on crime in Albuquerque, oil and gas revenues are up, grocery taxes may return and wall-blocking legislation is blocked.
Democratic candidates seeking the gubernatorial nomination met in Taos last week to speak to voters and Libertarians have launched election campaigns for attorney general, secretary of state and all three congressional districts.
Funny because Botox-enhanced competitive camels are judged by someone else.
The readers write about movies and "Shares in America."
Film & TV
New Mexico Film Week 2018
New Mexico Film Week 2018 is a collaborative effort between many organizations to bring government film offices, film festivals, film businesses and filmmakers together and market them to the film industry, both in and out of state.
“The Puppy Bowl” on Animal Planet
This year on Super Bowl Sunday, Animal Planet will be offering up puppy programming from 4am until midnight, making the NFL’s hype seem positively quaint by comparison.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
I’ve been listening to concerts in Albuquerque all day
August March isn’t Elton John or Bernie Taupin; all he really wants is for you to go see some shows!
Our intrepid reviewer listens to new works by Dios Muerto, Leehoward and Crushed!?
Arts & Lit
Nora Wendl's installation uncovers the histories of a glass house
For 12 years Nora Wendl has been studying the glass-and-steel Farnsworth House, resulting in her forthcoming book.
Customer-friendly game hits the right chords
It’s just you, your friends and a bevy of largely skill-based mini-games, moving at breakneck pace towards the finish line.
See a play, hear a talk or check out a couple exhibitions.
Level 5 has sublime food in posh setting
If you’re prepared for a bit of sticker shock, find yourself a reason to go and devour some tasty new offerings alongside some breathtaking views of the city.
Helix offers yoga, friendly vibe, tasty coffee
Helix aims to draw the work-from-home parent type with their playroom, yoga classes and extensive and well-illustrated coffee menu.
It’s February, so here are cute foodie things to do with your significant other.
Stepping up security for surprises and serenity
Rini Grammer notices new security procedures at Seven Clover, then treats insomnia, stress and back pain with Purple Kush and relaxes with Colorado Clementines.