V.24 No.47 | 11/19/2015
blog The RETURN of the Alibi's Not Quite Weekly Podcast We interview author Isabel Allende
Hey! Remember how we used to have a podcast? Well, we have a podcast again! This episode, we talk about gifts, chat about upcoming events and interview author Isabel Allende!
Check it out!
Gift Guide The Gift of Movies Say hello to my little friends on DVD and Blu-Ray From classic, shot-in-New Mexico cinema to DVDs of the latest, homegrown indies to a book that covers the entire history of the film industry in our state, here’s a fine selection of gifts.
via laurentobey.com Gift Guide The Gift of Art Curate an inspired holiday showing with handmade items from local artists Instead of risking your life for cloned pieces of plastic from big box stores this holiday season, consider investing in pieces of art that are not only one-of-a-kind, but support local female artists.
Pimentel & Sons Gift Guide The Gift of Music This year, it’s instrumental! Fret not, for we have the perfect present for those with symphonic, soulful or other sweet-sounding inclinations.
via celinasbiscochitos.com Gift Guide The Gift of Food Because NOTHING is better than food! Why not celebrate your loved ones with the gift of (locally produced and sold) food? Comm Hawaiian Christmas Fundraiser Friday, Dec 6: 6-9pm Rio Bravo Brewing Company
A Hawaiian celebration with authentic hula dancers, Hawaiian cuisine, music, crafts and a silent auction with proceeds benefitting the Aloha Aina Support Fund.
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. 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.
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. 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.