Alibi Volume 27, Number 36
September 6, 2018
News & Opinion
Cooperation yields fluid results
At their Aug. 22 meeting, New Mexico’s largest water utility agreed to sell water to the federal government to boost flows in the Rio Grande through the end of the year.
Melanie Stansbury reps the next generation of N.M. leaders
A Democratic candidate for the N.M. House in District 28, Stansbury represents the best of the next generation of young politicos: educated, deeply experienced in governance and driven to find solutions for constituents who have tired of living in a state that’s ranked near the bottom of things.
Straight-ticket voting is returning to ballots; Grisham is beating Pearce in polls; APS appeals Hawthorne closure.
Funny because your local cops being replaced with the Illuminati's witches and warlocks happen to someone else.
Film & TV
Teenage girl is having an art attack in theatrical indie
We’re all actors, Madeline's Madeline seems to imply, acting as ourselves.
Throughout September the National Hispanic Cultural Center becomes the home to the free ¡Globalquerque! International Cinema Series; ¡Cinemagnifico! Latino Film Festival returns as well.
“Kidding” on Showtime
Carrey’s muted performance and the more-depressive-than-manic scripts make our protagonist look less like a broken human being in need of salvation and more like a sad and naïve cartoon character.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Mike Scheidt of YOB is ablaze about his art and his life
In conversation with Mike Scheidt of YOB.
A season full of nighttimes awaits
Let this coming fall be fly: here are some shows to get you there!
Arts & Lit
Broken Boxes podcast amplifies unrepressed narratives
In her podcast, Ginger Dunnill carves out a platform for Indigenous artists, queer, gender non-conforming and women artists, and artists of color and those of “mixed/lost/stolen heritage.”
Kemely Gomez’ work shares authentic narratives of migration
Aún no Escrito (Unwritten), Kemely Gomez tackles the construction of the prevailing narratives surrounding immigration and gives them breadth, upends them or simply adds to them by embroidering real stories of migrants on top of those written and distributed in print media.
New shows premiere all over town
On the evening of Friday, Sept. 7, all over town new works are premiering on well-trodden stages. The diversity of opening night experiences that theater enthusiasts can choose from speaks to the abundance of local productions and talent that we have across the city.
Los Ranchos Bakery has big city vibe with neighborhood charm
So often forgotten in the world of breakfast pastries, the scone is the effortless liaison between sweet and savory, and can work perfectly with eggs, or as a stand-in for a doughnut. The underlying base of Los Ranchos Bakery's scones is truly what carries the day—be they savory or sweet.
New things in store for the restaurant
What was once Pueblo Harvest Cafe & Bakery has undergone some changes this year, the biggest being a new Executive Chef in the kitchen: Brent Moore.
There’s festivals, award-winning burgers and new places to get your favorite treats in this issue.
White House collecting “negative” cannabis data
White House forms a secret anti-cannabis committee to battle the increasingly positive view of cannabis taken by the majority of Americans.