V.27 No.17 | 4/26/2018
Film Review You Were Never Really Here Art house action flick and its main character both feel bad You Were Never Really Here enters the genre of cathartically violent shoot-’em-up story of emotionally wounded assassins and their doomed betrayers/targets but fails to provide an overall logic to the bloody proceedings. Outdoor Volcano Hike Sunday, Aug 19: 8:30am Petroglyph National Monument
A two to three hour moderately strenuous informational hike along the volcanoes led by Larry Crumpler Ph.D. Pre-registration required.
Learn Horses Connecting People Sunday, Aug 19: 1-4pm Enchanted Equine Adventures
A free class on becoming a horse leader in therapeutic riding and learning to safely work around horses and how to convince the horse to willingly follow the lead.
Stage Nine, The Musical Sunday, Aug 19: 2pm Musical Theatre Southwest
The story of a celebrated film director and his attempts to find a plot for his next film as he is pursued by hordes of beautiful women, all clamoring to be loved by him alone.
Art Musicians Making Art Sunday, Aug 19: 2-4pm Inpost Artspace
This exhibit connects the endeavors of music-making with creating visual art. The show features a wide range of styles and subject matter from N.M. music practitioners. Runs through 8/24.
Learn Lecture Series: Kerry Mower Sunday, Aug 19: 3-4pm The Yarn Store
A third-generation shepherd and one of only two blade shearers in the state, shares tales and stories from his family's history with sheep.
Song & Dance Baracutanga Sunday, Aug 19: 7:30-10pm National Hispanic Cultural Center
Live music from the seven-piece band representing four different countries including Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru and US, arranging traditional South American rhythms in new and interesting ways.
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