Alibi Volume 27, Number 21
May 24, 2018
News & Opinion
These our actors, as I foretold you, were all spirits
In memory of Michael Henningson, August March tells of the values and strategies he learned from him, his legacy in the community and the future.
Council also celebrates Ramadan, discusses nukes in town
City Council topics included approval of a new $577 million fiscal year general fund budget, shout-outs to local teachers, active and retired firefighters and a long-awaited recognition to the local Islamic community in honor of Ramadan.
All gubernatorial candidates have promised to change the state's current teacher evaluation system and whoever wins will be facing a number of serious water issues.
Funny because getting renamed to match your mom's tattypo happens to someone else.
The readers write about a homeless campus and abortion.
CD 1 candidate faced daunting odds
Davis campaign ends one week before primary
Program sets the pace for craft brewing industry
Our grass might not be green, but our beer is bright.
Film & TV
Stark drama tackles postwar Europe’s Dirty Little Secret
1945 plays out as an inevitable march toward an unavoidable, dreadful confrontation. A bill is coming due, and there are a lot of people unwilling to pay up.
Justice League for free, go to some fun food-and-movie pairings, see the "Shirts!" short or party like it's Y2K software modification billing day at the “Budgeting & Accounting for the Film Industry" talk.
Networks hawk new shows
Earlier this month the big broadcast TV networks dumped their unwanted shows to make room for a new crop. Here's what's coming in "Upfront Season."
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Big shake to the land that’s enchanted
Mixtapes were shared and Albuquerque got a new sound. For realz indie rock came into its own in Burque at the end of the ’80s, as the cover band/yacht rock scene propagated by Joe Bufalino and John Cline came to its end.
We review new releases by Mountainhead, Foster Dog and Beryllium With Gold.
Arts & Lit
Artechouse brings new experiences and mediums to Albuquerque
Artechouse's objective is to provide the world's first gallery space dedicated to new art and technology as mediums.
Place is unpacked at Sanitary Tortilla
Still Moving, with its works by two Albuquerque-rooted artists, examines the world outside: how we interact with landscapes both urban and pastoral and integrate ourselves into them, making home wherever we go.
We’re talking about some of our favorite parts of dining out in the summer in Albuquerque: ice cream, patios and day drinking (happy hour). We all deserve a summer break.
Where to find the specials that’ll make your summer special
Sometimes you need an after-work tonic to erase the stress of the day.
What could be a better combination?
Going out for ice cream is a special treat for most of the year, but during the summer it becomes a regular social activity.
Summertime: when food just tastes better outdoors
Dining and drinking al fresco is one of the things I look forward to for the whole five months a year it’s too cold to do so. Eating outdoors is just magically conducive to slowing down and thoroughly enjoying your food and the company you’re sharing it with.
Former attorney general comments on cannabis
Former Attorney General Eric Holder winks, Ultra Health donates to UNM research fund and N.M. ranks high in drug problems.