Alibi Volume 27, Number 26
June 28, 2018
The Albuquerque Public Art Program marks 40 years
Our city's Public Art Program is marking its 40th anniversary this year, making us the 15th oldest of our kind in the country.
Your Commissioners act on the people’s will
By the time this Alibi edition hits the streets, Bernalillo County Commission will have taken a couple of brave steps by issuing important declarations about current controversial national and global matters.
Immigration policy an ethical lapse
August March chats with Mayor Tim Keller about immigration and ethics.
APD rewriting policies including use-of-force, LANL soon to be under new management and Federal Transit Authority reviewing city's Inspector General's report on ART.
Funny because a nationwide internet outage to prevent cheating on exams happens to someone else.
Classic Italian Western is restored to its cold, dark glory
Sergio Corbucci's 1968 masterpiece The Great Silence has been digitally restored for its 50th anniversary and it's brutal, uncompromising and visually sweeping.
New Mexico film historian and author Jeff Berg hosts a night of films and discussions, see Star Wars: The Last Jedi on DynaTheater’s towering movie screen or Harry Potter & the Sorcerer’s Stone at a library, and the early bird deadline approaches for submissions to both the 48 Hour Film Project and the Las Cruces International Film Festival.
Independence Day around the dial
Here's what to watch on TV on July 4 while waiting for the sun to go down.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Don’t let the scene become an illusion to you now
Check out concerts and shows given by Red Light Cameras, the New Mexico Jazz Workshop and Gerunding!
This week: New work by Raven Chacon and John Dieterich, Lara Manzanares and fuguers cove!
New mural depicts migration in all its beautiful diversity
The mural stretching to the roof of Kei & Molly Textiles' west facing wall means to express the multiplicity of stories of migration to and arrival in the United States.
Works from Spain's famous museum land in downtown Albuquerque
Under the colorful shade covers at Civic Plaza is Verano del Prado, where standout pieces from the collection at Museo Nacional del Prado (in Madrid, Spain) are recreated and on display.
Join a discussion led by painter and printmaker Nancy Friese, see In the Heights, go to the 21st Century Cyphers reception and meet the author of 100 Things to Do in Albuquerque Before You Die.
Local bakery makes uniquely delicious bread and pastries
Alibi chats with Sarah Ciccotello and Chris McQuary about their calling: baked pastries.
The Master Sommelier on what wines go best with hot temperatures
Tim Gaiser, an educator in all things wine, tells us how to shop for wine and what’s best for drinking in the summer.
More and more wineries have popped up throughout New Mexico in recent years as vintners are beginning to realize that the state’s arid climate and cheap land are ideal for growing grapes.
Seasons does serve burgers
In our Burger Week issue (v27 i25), we wrote that “Seasons doesn’t even have a burger on their regular menu,” which is incorrect. They boast two delicious burgers–an open-faced salmon burger and a half-pound Angus burger–on their lunch menu. The burger pictured is their special for Burger Week, the Cordon Moo: 100 percent Angus beef patty, fano brioche, black forest ham and Gruyère croquette, fried egg, mustard aioli and local scarlet frill.
Cannabis banking amendment blocked by Senate
Senate Appropriations Committee votes to table bill that would allow dispensaries to use banks, Medical Cannabis Advisory Board cancels meeting because it doesn't have enough members and a judge ruled that a penalty meted out to Ultra Health by the DOH was too severe.