Alibi Volume 28, Number 38
September 19, 2019
News & Opinion
A Conversation About Justice and Prosperity
Weekly Alibi sat down with Third Congressional District candidate Marco Serna, currently the District Attorney up in Santa Fe and Los Alamos Counties.
All the News That’s Fit to Print
Electric vehicles, a Spanish Twitter feed, gun violence, postponing city biz and a reminder to be kind are just some of the happenings in the city of Burque over the last few weeks.
Regulators will join NMSU researchers to look into treating and reusing waste water produced by gas and oil companies; new state education secretary began work; some Albuquerque areas have seen improvements since the introduction of police bike patrols.
Funny because airplane farts happen to someone else.
The readers write about Housing & Neighborhood Economic Development money moved to mitigate ART and the Employee Wellness Act.
Film & TV
Filmmaker StormMiguel Florez premieres flashback documentary on Albuquerque queer culture
StormMiguel Florez, a trans man filmmaker who came out and came of age in '80s Albuquerque, tells the story of the “dyke whistle" in The Whistle. As a lead-up to the film’s upcoming premiere, Weekly Alibi spoke with Florez about culture, communication and coming out.
Come to “Who Stole the Tasmanian Devils?”, "Judy Chicago: The Birth Project", New Mexico Student Filmmaker Showcase, Gaza Fights For Freedom and Albuquerque Film & Music Experience opening night.
“Undone” on Amazon Prime
Is "Undone" a psychological drama, a dark family sitcom or a head-trippy time travel paradox filled with stunning visual flights of fancy? Fortunately for viewers, it’s all three.
Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
15 Years, One Planet, Many Sounds
To find our more about the 15th year celebration of ¡Globalquerque!, Weekly Alibi sought out Tom Frouge, the the man who—with his company, Avokado Artists—came up with the global music festival we know and love today.
Lynyrd Skynyrd Makes Me Feel Right at Home
We had the chance to sit down and talk to Rickey Medlocke, one of three guitarists who lead Lynyrd Skynyrd’s sultry Southern sing-along of pure American music.
Grand Funk Is Your Captain
Weekly Alibi chats with Don Brewer of Grand Funk Railroad.
Arts & Lit
A Conversation with Playwright Gregory Moss
Weekly Alibi sat down with Gregory Moss to talk about Karen, Hunter S. Thompson and the changing ways he is trying to tell stories as a playwright.
The Power of Sandoval’s Send Her Back
If you want to get your point across and stir up a controversy, placing the baby Jesus in a cage and the Virgin Mary in handcuffs is a great way to start.
Go to Climate Crisis Expression Session, Global Warming is REAL, Defying Gravity and To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Adults.
Iron Cafe is just plain amazing
Iron Cafe and their amazing food has found a strong foothold in Albuquerque’s Noodle District.
Speaking with Eric Brower, winner of a free year of pizza
Eric Brower is the lucky winner of a year of free pizza from Richie B's, a local quiz master for Geeks Who Drink and an all around great guy, so we took the chance to sit with him and talk pizza, life and community work.
Here are some of our favorite places to get a little more summer loving into your heart. Let the warmth and sunshine wash over you a bit more before that familiar chill in the air takes hold and transitions all of us into our good flannel.
Legalization Task Force Talks and Talks
Cannabis Legalization Working Group nears end of its investigation/PR campaign; first Arizona resident receives valid New Mexico medical cannabis card; DEA accused of delaying science applications; Reps call for FDA to stop going after CBD businesses.
Arise brings one to an elevated state of attentiveness and vivacity, and would be of benefit for those who suffer from depression or anxiety.