Alibi V.25 No.18 • May 5-11, 2016
Council Watch Your City Council, Hard at Work Making Burque better for all citizens May proclaimed Mental Health Awareness Month, the make-this-area-not-creepy brigade raises concerns about Silver Street Market traffic, officer Daniel Webster has a park named after him and a councilor reveals her expertise with dogs.
Robert Maestas Newscity Nehemiah Griego’s sentence is protested, Kellys Brew Pub is sued, and NM tops the list for states whose population receive Medicaid.
Odds & Ends Funny because we teach drug dealers to be less conscientious. A reader tells us about the Viking Batman of Albuquerque. Image courtesy of CABQ Route 66 Summerfest 2019
Come out for the mother road art market, kids' zone, food trucks and four stages across a mile stretch of Route 66 and closing with a performance by Magic Giant on the main stage.
Weekly Alibi's Hemp Fiesta 2019
Don't miss your chance to be a part of New Mexico's largest cannabis event!
Comm Lavendar in the Village Festival Sunday, July 21: 8am-3pm Los Ranchos Agri-Nature Center
Explore 120 vendors and artisans of lavender plants, potions, lotions, fine art, food, wines and beer with yoga classes, a kids' chess tournament and camp program, seminars, music and more.
Pets Frosty Muzzles Doggie Ice Cream Social Sunday, July 21: 10am-7pm Boofy's Best for Pets
Leashed, well-behaved dogs enjoy yummy, nutritious homemade frozen treats, plus the usual offering of ready-to-go frozen snacks as well as treats for humans.
Learn Adulting 101 Life Skills Series Sunday, July 21: 3-5pm Piggy's SqueekEasy
Learn skills including time management, self-care, home and car repairs, cooking, health and nutrition and so much more.
Wellness Social Ballroom and Latin Dance Sunday, July 21: 6-9pm Albuquerque Square Dance Center
Take a beginner lesson and then hit the floor for social dances featuring ballroom (waltz, tango, foxtrot), Latin (rumba, cha cha, salsa, bolero), tango, swing and club (night club, two-step) music.
Wellness Yoga for Singers Monday, July 22: 10-11am National Hispanic Cultural Center
This class involves the integrated practice of basic yoga postures, isolated mobility and strength exercises and connecting movement with breath.
Kids CD-Weaving Dreamcatcher Monday, July 22: 2-3pm Cherry Hills Library
Learn basic weaving using CDs to create a colorful and unique dream catcher for a room or garden. For ages 13 to 17. Registration required.