V.22 No.13 | 3/28/2013
Music Explore February’s sonic psychogeography
Live music hunter-and-gatherer Mike Smith takes us on a trip through his February adventures in live, local music in this month’s
Last Month in Music. Scope related A/V below. I particularly recommend watching Boba & Gobi’s performance of “Klaus Klaus Dr. Meatball Dr. Meatball” featuring A Hawk and a Hacksaw’s Jeremy Barnes and Heather Trost. Song & Dance Baracutanga Acoustica Friday, Dec 6: 7:30pm Outpost Performance Space
The long awaited edition of the Latin folk fusion
acoustica as the last show of the year and culmination of the tenth anniversary celebration.
Clarke Condé Stage An Adobe Christmas Carol Friday, Dec 6: 7:30pm Adobe Theater
In this poignant adaptation of Dickens’ classic tale, a group of homeless people, looking around in hopes of finding food and warmth on Christmas Eve, come across a copy of
A Christmas Carol. Stage All is Calm Friday, Dec 6: 7:30-8:30pm Mother Road Theatre Company
Experience Dec. 24, 1914, during WWI, when allied forces and German solidiers called a truce, as they shouted “Merry Christmas!” across lines in their native languages and sang carols together.
Image via Pixabay Comm Snail Mail Social Saturday, Dec 7: 3-5pm Special Collections Library
Give someone that warm feeling of receiving a handrwtitten letter or card and help revive the art of snail mail. Write letters with provided stationery, pens, and some decorations.
Image by Eric Williams Comm Twinkle Light Parade Saturday, Dec 7: 5:15-10pm Old Town Plaza
Local community groups, businesses and families come together for One Albuquerque's twinkling procession. Come early and stay late as Central Ave. is closed to traffic and open for shopping.