Alibi Volume 27, Number 34
August 23, 2018
Rude Boy Brunch brings it to Villa Hispana
A rousing, rocking and gastronomically satisfying first-of-its-kind music, food and charity event happening Sunday, Aug. 26 will be anything but rude.
News & Opinion
A new substation paves the way for revitalization, says Davis
Pat Davis talks about a plan to reverse the decay around San Mateo and Kathryn, starting with a community policing station.
Quezada, Smith vote against ballot measure
After an hour and a half of citizen comments, a motion to place Democracy Dollars on the upcoming Nov. 6 election ballot failed on a 2 to 2 vote for a lack of majority.
Bernalillo County's plan to develop a village of tiny homes for the city's homeless meets with mixed opinion; PED's annual report card released, showing some schools improving and others failing.
Council, Commission discuss campaign reform
An idea to bring about a small amount of campaign reform to city elections has taken up the attention of both the Bernalillo County Commission and the Albuquerque City Council at their recent meetings.
Funny because a 143 ton fatberg happens to someone else.
The readers write about a child abuse case, dirty ice bags and glass recycling.
Film & TV
New take on famed French tale of prison life can’t escape the past
Despite the inadvisability of taking another run at 1973’s highly regarded, Academy Award-nominated Papillon, someone has gone and done just that.
See The Search for General Tso and discuss issues of immigration, adaptation and innovation; enjoy The Book of Life at Civic Plaza; go to "The New Mexico Film Incentive—Getting Your Money" to learn how to get your rebate.
“Disenchantment” on Netflix
With the talent on board, there’s every reason to believe that “Disenchantment” will ramp up, but after 10 episodes, it's mostly living up to its title.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Your story could be our songs
All is one and this place has everything—as far as the music scene in Burque is concerned.
New records by Family Fluid, Kayohes and Sad Sack of Shit get a spin on the Alibi turntable.
Arts & Lit
Flight tests art-making as social practice
Birds symbolize a lot of things for many of us who are so firmly earthbound. For Sheri Crider they are “a symbol of migration and freedom,” but carry even more weight than that on the curved backs of their wings.
An Infected Sunset by Demian DinéYazhi'
DinéYazhi' writes the hard stuff without obscuring or embroidering it with language and An Infected Sunset explores the potential of form to underscore its content.
Santa Fe’s Pre-Fiestas event now in sixth year
Zozobra-themed excitement begins in Santa Fe this weekent!
Le Quiche Parisienne’s new digs
What was the best kept secret in Downtown has become the best kept dining secret in the Northeast Heights.
The gold standard in organic vegetables
Silver Leaf Farms' cucumbers are so delicious you can eat them straight off the vine, produced with painstaking resource efficiency by those who love and appreciate the farming process.
Plants and concentrates at Everest
Joshua Lee tours the hydroponics and greenhouses at Everest Apothecary and then is pleased to see terpene levels in products' profiles.