V.27 No.50 | 12/13/2018
Keller on the long road to Burque
A year into his tenure, Weekly Alibi chatted with Mayor Keller about his first year, his successes, his continuing challenges and his life long commitment to bringing sustainable democracy and economic certainty to the Duke City.
Lux Zine's depth of field and purpose
Aaron War and Devon Tencza saw a lot of artists relying on the internet to showcase their work with a severe lack of affordable and regularly made print media available.
V.27 No.48 | 11/29/2018
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Sketches of Burque
Ryan Montaño’s trumpet sounds the call
Ryan Montaño chats with Weekly Alibi about his new record.
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Books and Bags
Local releases first novel, Chinese Gucci
Hosho McCreesh illuminates some of his process, ideas, influences for Chinese Gucci.
V.27 No.47 | 11/22/2018
Fool Me Twice
Hocus Pocus creates another year of magic
For 30 years Danny Cole has been refining his craft and creating original illusions. Before curtains are drawn this Saturday, Cole explained the allure of magic, and what he hopes to create in this show, called Hocus Pocus.
V.27 No.46 | 11/15/2018
Toasted Sister, “Radio about Native American Food”
Podcast host Andi Murphy on how she got into the kitchen and the movement
On Toasted Sister, Andi Murphy interviews chefs, farmers, scholars and food activists from all over the country about indigenous foods.
New exhibition asks where our values are
Debtfair looks at how New Mexican artists' debt stacks up against other Americans and how it affects their work.
Talkin’ About Very Free and Easy
In a wooden ship with David Crosby
David Crosby talks with Weekly Alibi about his new collaborative album and living a busy life in the present.
V.27 No.45 | 11/8/2018
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Hello, It’s Todd: A Wizard
Rundgren’s unpredictable mastery of song
Weekly Alibi chats with mystery music man and magician Todd Rundgren.
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The Power of Story
Two Worlds brings the stories of women of color alive on stage
Telling My Story: Bridging Two Worlds gathered and workshopped stories from women of color to perform them on stage. Before its opening, Kim Gleason told Weekly Alibi about the importance of this project and Two Worlds' mission.
V.27 No.44 | 11/1/2018
You Go, Grrrl!
Michelle Lujan Grisham gets ready to rock
Weekly Alibi chatted with the gubernatorial candidate Michelle Lujan Grisham. With less than a week to go before the election happens, Grisham is confident and enthused. She’s up in the polls and ready to rock.
It’s international theater in the heart of ABQ
Ahead of Teatr-Pralnia's premiere performance, members of the troupe exchanged some emails with us about the meaning of “TseSho?” and what it feels like to share it with the world.
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Evan + Zane = Rock
Jamming with Evan Rachel Wood and Zane Carney
In which our intrepid Weekly Alibi music critic stumbles into a fab conversation with Evan Rachel Wood and Zane Carney.
V.27 No.43 | 10/25/2018
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Brian Colón by the Numbers
Longtime politico will make a mark as auditor
Weekly Alibi’s news editor breaks bread with Brian Colón.
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A Little Personal Growth
An interview with Franci Bailey
You'll need more than a green thumb and a personal production license to start growing your own medical cannabis plants. Franci Bailey, gardener at CG, gave us some pointers on starting a successful home grow operation.