V.20 No.26 | 6/30/2011
Book Review Mining Trauma for Riches Pulitzer winner writes sadness-soaked memoir Thoughts Without Cigarettes Oscar Hijuelos is known primarily for his novel Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love, with which he became the first Latino author to win the Pulitzer Prize in fiction. (It was later made into the film Mambo Kings, starring not-Cuban actors Armand Assante and Antonio Banderas.) Hijuelos came through Albuquerque in June. If you missed him, his new memoir will keep you company until he returns. Song & Dance Alice, An Adventure of Wonder and Wondering Sunday, Nov 17: 8am Keshet Center for the Arts
Alice draws inspiration from the classic story and characters, but this interpretation is only loosely based on Lewis Carroll’s work, and instead we experience this through a lens of new possibilities.
Food Slow Food ABQ Annual Food Swap Sunday, Nov 17: 11am-1pm Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center
Bring three to five homemade or homegrown food items like bread, homemade jams, eggs from your chickens, herbs, baked goods, soups and more to trade. Items must be made or grown by you.
Wellness Wellness and Arts Fair Sunday, Nov 17: 11am-3pm B. Ruppe Drugs
Shop with Aura Photo, Beyond Whipped, Heart Over Ego, Third Eye Henna and get information about Homewise as well as a free yoga class and a past life circle.
Song & Dance 10 Over 10 Sunday, Nov 17: Noon-10pm Las Puertas
Enjoy up to ten different musical acts over ten hours with food and beverages served.
Film 2nd Annual Furry Burque Film Festival Sunday, Nov 17: 1-3pm Guild Cinema
The festival features 22 pet and animal-themed short films including documentaries, comedies, dramas, horror, animation and foreign language to benefit Second Chance Animal Rescue.
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