Alibi Volume 27, Number 27
July 5, 2018
News & Opinion
Don’t cry baby, don’t cry
In order to combat the rising tide of crime in this city, citizens must continue to engage the police force and work together for solutions.
Gubernatorial candidates disagree about early childhood education programs; Demesia Padilla faces public corruption charges; DOJ to make money available to tribes to support crime victims.
Funny because a pervy shoe-camera battery explosion happens to someone else.
Film & TV
“Post Radical” on Viceland
In "Post Radical," modern skate culture across the world gets the once-over courtesy of pro skater and “amateur anthropologist” Rick McCrank.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
In conversation with Mike Trujillo and Roman Barham
August March chats with Mike Trujillo and Roman Barham of ARISE Music and Coffee.
Arts & Lit
Sean Paul Gallegos works in transformation and self-definition
Nearly 20 years ago, a neighbor brought Sean Paul Gallegos a pair of knock-off Air Jordans salvaged from a Chinatown dumpster. “He said, 'I'll put you in an art show in our gallery if you make something with these.'”
Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de Lune, a 20th century classic
Maggie Grimason talks to Frankie and Johnny in The Clair De Lune director Kristine Holtvedt about the 20th century classic and taking a chance at love.
First Friday openings invite revelers into the fold
First Friday rolls around once a month, but each and every time it somehow manages to feel momentous.
An easy, filling salad to make at home
The grains and greens salad technology allows one to combine whatever's in the fridge with some leftover grains and thus do minimal cooking to get to a complete dinner.
Ichiban has leveled up their sushi game
Ichiban is back on the upswing. If you're new to sushi, a regular or ready to gamble on some flavors, this is a great spot to do it.
Openness and R. Greenleaf
Joshua Lee wonders about cause and effect in the deconstructed mind, notes Vanilla Kush's suitability for treating pain or tension-caused insomnia, and finds Trap Star relaxing but not as sleep-inducing.