Alibi Volume 29, Number 14
April 2, 2020
Your support means the world to us
Right now, things have gotten tight. We’ve managed to hold things together through thick and thin and continue doing what we do best: Highlighting the impact businesses and events have on our day to day lives. We want to continue that tradition, even if right now, it’s not necessarily possible because of quarantine. That’s where FOWA comes into play.
News & Opinion
In the hard times we face, the community has found ways to come together
It’s hard to act like nothing is wrong, and we shouldn’t, but we can remember that human kindness and ingenuity will always come through. We’d like to honor some of the people who have made magic happen during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Serving the public in new ways
With things slipping into semi-dystopian reality local governments are learning to serve the public in new ways. Here are some links, updates and the ‘what’s up’ from our local governments.
Information is freedom, but false information can be deadly. The free press is one of the prime disseminators of information in the US, and its role is even more important in the time of ingrained social media and the global crisis of the coronavirus. While the world reels from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, mainstream media, from national news outlets to local publications, are vulnerable to infection from viral, false information.
President has promised to have an Army hospital built in Albuquerque to help battle the COVID-19 outbreak; Authorities are warning that increased use of public spaces could lead to closures; The New Mexico Republican Party has spoken out against proposed universal mail-in balloting procedures to substitute in-person voting.
Will Dan Pennington come out the other side?
Funny because "Fresh Pizza, Oven Baked" happens to someone else.
Film & TV
Tiger documentary is Meth Fueled Madness
Maybe you’ve had a friend tell you that you’ve got to see it and they can’t tell you why. Maybe seeing Joe Exotic literally everywhere has piqued your interest enough to just lose a whole work day of viewing time to see what the mullet is about. Here’s why you need to watch Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness.
Take advantage of curbside service
While the Great Quarantine of 2020 attempts to drain your bank account, threaten your livelihood, cut you off from your community and turn you into a frothing hoarder—it has yet to take away your access to cannabis. There are still some small reliefs—even during the apocalypse.
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