An interview with the activist who stood in the way of the oil industry
Tim DeChristopher walked into the oil and gas lease auction without a plan. Someone asked him if he wanted to be a bidder and handed him a paddle. "And I said, Yes." With that, DeChristopher became bidder 70. He claimed 22,500 acres of drilling rights in Utah that day.
Families Stand Against APD Shootings
There have been four officer-caused deaths this year. Another 14 people were shot last year, resulting in nine deaths. “A police force working for a city is supposed to protect and serve. Citizens count on them to help but not in Albuquerque. Here, citizens are afraid to call 911 because of APD’s shoot-to-kill policies,” said Mike Gomez, father of 22-year-old Alan Gomez who was killed by an APD officer on May 10.
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The Real Addiction
Johnny Tapia says he’s finished in the ring. Is he?
It’s hard for Tapia to get clean from boxing when 2,000 people are screaming his name. And yet all week long, before Saturday’s fight with Mauricio Pastrana of Colombia, Tapia talked in interviews with the Alibi of pulling the curtain on mi vida loca.
Ask Kat Curious
A Diatribe Against Puritanism
Despite checking out every other adult store in town, I can't bring myself to enter a porn store in plain sight of I-25, especially with that giant eye staring at me. Do you have any advice on how to enter the store without the world (and the creepy eye) seeing me?
Odds & Ends
Funny because it happens to someone else.
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This annual event combines an exploration of complexity science and technological innovation with a summer festival full of music, film, art, food, drinks and more.
Image by Clarke Condé
Cowboy Chuckwagons and Western Music
Enjoy live entertainment, hay rides, raptor free-flight, BBQ and beautiful wildlife up-close.
Weekly Alibi's Hemp Fiesta 2019
Don't miss your chance to be a part of New Mexico's largest cannabis event! Please contact Tierna Unruh-Enos to inquire about booth and sponsorship opportunities at 505-346-0660 ext. 248.