Alibi Volume 27, Number 09
March 1, 2018
News & Opinion
Council hears from citizens and advocates
February proclaimed Black History Month, SAFE House lauded for its 40 years of service, Paul W. Dow approved as fire chief and gross receipts tax increased.
Though the NRA has not yet rated Senator Heinrich for the 2018 election, he intends to earn their disapproval.
Two issues for your consideration
ART funding and Bernalillo County's use-of-force policies will both be reviewed, and citizens should follow along.
Susana Martinez subpoenaed in defamation case and KAFB installed a new extraction well to slow the progress of the jet fuel leak.
Funny because Windows upgrades happen to someone else.
Film & TV
A look at the 2018 Academy Awards nominations
The Oscars date back almost a century, a span of time that seems both epic in scope and shockingly brief. This year, who is getting a pat on the back and who is getting a kick in the butt?
Here’s your handy ballot for this year’s Oscars (telecast locally this Sunday, March 4 at 6pm on KOAT-7).
Drive north for the "Hap and Leonard" season 3 pilot episode sneak preview or south for the Las Cruces International Film Festival. Early bird (i.e. cheapest) deadline approaches for submitting your film to the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival.
“Hard Sun” on Hulu
“Hard Sun” combines a gritty cop drama with a conspiracy thriller and sticks it all inside an end-of-the-world disaster movie.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
No guns, no violence, only music
We preview awesome concerts by Cat Teeth, Lil Baby, Dead Meadow and Tinsley Ellis.
We review new local records by Ethan Reece, Meredith Wilder and Levi The Poet.
Arts & Lit
Sister Spit brings QTPOC writing and art to The Tannex
Sister Spit's QTPOC Cruising the West tour artists are people of color, queer, trans, disabled, or fat—people normally not represented by mainstream publishers pandering to white women in the Midwest.
Abrepaso's latest performance articulates the spaces in between
We talk to Abrepaso Flamenco's producer and artistic director, Alice Blumenfeld, about the themes in this weekend's premiere of Vacío/Void.
Buy a bowl for Soup is Love, See Encompass and the quilt collection of Marjorie Childress.
Add Taste of India to your restaurant rotation
At almost a year old, Taste of India is already a significant contribution to Albuquerque's dining landscape, and is poised to become another go-to for foodies.
What culinary histories of New Mexico are we missing?
Who owns New Mexican food? It is, like Southern food, mestizo, composed of many parts, some getting more credit than others.
Albuquerque Restaurant Week is about to be upon us, which means that some restaurants around the city are offering lunch and dinner specials to tempt diners into trying something new.
KURE kills with kindness
Rini Grammer visits the jewelry store-like KURE, is gently lulled into a restful slumber by Night Nurse and treats back and knee pain with high-CBD Cannatonic.