Alibi Volume 27, Number 41
October 11, 2018
Eat to the Beat
Every year Alibi asks its readers to give up their favorite local spots in which to consume food and drink. Here are their answers.
These are the places voted best for American cuisine.
These are the places voted best for gluttonous indulgence. Ohhh yeah.
These are the places voted best for vegetarian cuisine.
These are the places voted best for food from various areas.
News & Opinion
Here is your chance to change course
As we head into the time of casting votes in the midterm election, Weekly Alibi looked at what Bernalillo County has on the ballot.
Teachers union is calling for PED to speed up its background review process; Martinez orders state agencies to ease requirements for certain occupational licenses; City officials announce plans to construct a new maintenance facility at the Westside landfill.
Funny because a flame-spouting hole, which experts assure is non-Satanic, happens to someone else.
The readers write about Republicans and creationism.
Film & TV
Real life bank heist flick gets a senior discount
The Old Man & The Gun is an affable, sedentary tale of a likable old rogue—a sort of Catch Me If You Can for the AARP set—but it’s not the sort of film you can get excited about.
See Coco or “Villains and Monsters" and go to the Way OUT West Film Festival. And if you think you pass for a “high school-looking" then some TV producers might like to hire you.
Fall’s biggest loser is …
What in the new TV season is stinking up the airwaves? What could the first casualty of fall 2018 be?
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Sittin’ on top of the world with Stephen Pope
Wavves are a band from San Diego. Soon they will crash into Burque. More deets here.
Soul Devine, Revíva headline
Ch-Check out El Rey on Saturday!
Arts & Lit
Octofair 2018 brings deeper collaborations, experiences
From their adorable brick storefront, The Octopus and the Fox sells the work of local creatives, from kitschy embroidery to fine jewelry to bath products and housewares.
Our Town has something important to share
Our Town reveals a glimmer of how dazzling life is and how tragically habituated to it we can become.
See Separate Tables, browse an artist market, solve a Murder Mystery at the Museum or go to the Time Present/Time Past opening.
The Department of Agriculture to hold regulations hearings
The Department of Agriculture is beginning the process of introducing hemp production to New Mexico; no, CBD didn't get legalized; 2/3 of Senate candidates support legalization; LDS supports medical cannabis.