Alibi Volume 27, Number 43
October 25, 2018
An interview with Glenn Danzig
Glenn Danzig, The King of Creepy himself, took time amidst his latest world tour to reminisce with Weekly Alibi about the last decades in the scene and what we can expect from him in the next year.
News & Opinion
Longtime politico will make a mark as auditor
Weekly Alibi’s news editor breaks bread with Brian Colón.
County races, bond issues and amendments, version 2.0
The midterm elections are less than two weeks away and early voting has already started. Here's what's happening with the county races, bond issues and amendments.
Wayne Johnson is looking to turn his state auditor appointment into something longer term.
Funny because a hex was cast on someone else.
Film & TV
Familiar fright film comes out slashing
Halloween has got energy, style, a couple of fresh ideas and a bunch of gruesome murders. It’s good, all right; but it’s not great. Should it be? Does it have to be?
Among this week's terrors are the The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Practical Magic, Bad Clowns and the Haunted KiMo Tour.
Halloween around the dial
Here’s a look at what’s haunting the airwaves this week.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Edgar Winter talks about his mother, musical magic and hip-hop too
Weekly Alibi has an enchanting chat with seminal rock multi-instrumentalist Edgar Winter.
Arts & Lit
Doña Sebastiana rides on in the work of Ray John de Aragón
In Haunted Santa Fe, Ray John de Aragón makes a very conscious attempt not just to deliver thrills, but to provide the historical context of these stories.
Something Wicked this way comes!
There is a moral to the story of Wicked, and the main point might be distilled down to this: There's always more to the story.
Go to "Walking with Poets" or a lecture on honesty or Robert D. Kidera's book signing or The Magazine launch party.
A preamble for seasonal carnivores
August and Samantha hunt for steaks and burgers.
Diversify your garden today!
In which Alibi special correspondent Steven Luthy gets all horticultural …
Cannabis questions in Governor's race
We won't really know what the future governor will do about legalizing cannabis until we see a bill cross their desk and get signed or vetoed. Right now it's all theory. We can make some guesses, though.