Alibi Volume 27, Number 37
September 13, 2018
Martin Heinrich visits the State Fair
Senator Martin Heinrich talks about education, renewable energy and frustration in Washington.
City Council met after Labor Day
If one listened carefully at the City Council meeting you might have heard the buzz of about $5.2 million flying towards a new police department helicopter.
Attorney General releases report revealing numerous Inspection of Public Records Act and Open Meetings Act violations allegedly perpetrated by UNM officials; CYFD announces grievance process for children to complain about abusers; both presidential candidates for the Navajo Nation have endorsed Michelle Lujan Grisham for governor.
Sept.,16 UNM will kick-start its season
Amidst a series of debatable decisions, the University of New Mexico looks to retain a respectable start and finish for each of the sports' programs. While there are many mentionable programs, the attention usually seems to rest on the lap of the UNM Men's Basketball Team, who have recently provided much-needed revenue for a struggling athletic department.
Funny because senatorial noogies happen to someone else.
The readers write about Bill Moore's poem, city priorities, poop and Democracy Dollars.
The family that writes together fights together in A-list acting display
They say that, “behind every great man there is a great woman.” That axiom gets taken apart like a Swiss watch and examined under the loupe in the high-class literary drama/handcrafted Oscar bait The Wife.
See the Gallup Film Festival, Hidden Figures, The Godfather or 12 Strong.
“The First” On Hulu
"The First" is an occasionally stirring character drama thanks to its solid cast, but the whole thing remains resolutely earthbound when it should soar.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Judy Collins talks about a life in music
On the telephone with the legendary American songstress Judy Collins.
Comedian Hari Kondabolu brings truth, visibility to the stage
Comedian Hari Kondabolu's hyper nuanced art is like a time bomb. You might not realize why you're laughing until later.
A classic poem gets a theatrical treatment
Patricio Tlacaelel Trujillo y Fuentes has adapted the epic poem Yo Soy Joaquin to the stage.
See Welcome to Retroland or alteredstates/alteredscapes; meet Caroline Fraser or Aram Han Sifuentes.
Poki Poblano Fusion serves original, tasty dishes in classy atmosphere
Poki Poblano has hit a lovely balance in this new restaurant: It not only has great food, but it also happens to be a very cool place to hang out.
SWOP and memory
Joshua Lee returns to SWOP and slows down with Cat Piss Romulan.