V.20 No.9 | 3/3/2011
Courtesy of CoFed Food for Thought Foodborne Idealism Student collectives breed a healthy kind of codependency As we're seeing in the Middle East, it can be easier to point out what's wrong with a picture than to come up with a solution. But that doesn't make a problem any less pressing. An organization called CoFed started, as many organizations do, with a protest—in this case, against the opening of a Panda Express fast-food restaurant in 2009 in the U.C. Berkeley student union.
V.19 No.13 | 4/1/2010
Minie flickr.com/photos/minervana/collections Newscity Sweat to Remember César Chávez’ daughter lends a hand to the South Valley’s day of service School buses lined the road at Arenal and Lopez in the gray light of early morning. More than 260 children and teens were ready to celebrate the life of César Chávez—with sweat and dirt. Image via Pixabay Stage Senior Moments Saturday, Sept 22: 7:30pm Jewish Community Center of Greater Albuquerque
A fast-paced musical romp touching on the many aspects of aging with a cast of six actors.
Stage The Legend of Juan Tabo Saturday, Sept 22: 8pm Coal Avenue Theatre @ CNM
A sketch show so crazy, so wild, so out-there it can only be made in N.M.
Stage The Scarlet Letter Saturday, Sept 22: 8pm Aux Dog Theatre
The season opens with Hawthorne's great American Gothic romance brought to searing life in this daring and thought-provoking stage adaptation by Phyllis Nagy.
Comm Aki Matsuri 2018 Sunday, Sept 23: 10am New Mexico Veterans Memorial
Celebrate the annual fall festival featuring Japanese cultural exhibits, vendor fair, musical demonstrations, Japanese art, Japanese food, beer and sake tastings and more.
Image via Pixabay Learn Fort Building Sunday, Sept 23: 1-3pm Bachechi Open Space
Learn the basics of fort building from expert educators. Whether building a fairy house or a survival structure, this workshop guides through each step.
• Annual FUNDRAISER Oct 6-7 10.6.2018