Alibi V.27 No.10 • March 8-14, 2018
Council Watch Taxes, Weed, Coyotes Council works on a variety of issues A rise in retail taxes, the hint of cannabis and condemning coyote hunts lured a flock of citizens to the March 5 Albuquerque City Council meeting to participate in the democratic process.
Editorial A Tax Increase, Explained Cutting services not a progressive option The city of Albuquerque will have to raise taxes. A projected $40 million deficit for the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2018 has been on the mind of our city’s leadership for some time.
Newscity New Mexico Environment Department devised new policies on public participation without public input and Gov. Susana Martinez vetoed four bills that were approved during this year's legislative session.
Odds & Ends Funny because religious discrimination happens to someone else. Readers write about campaign contributions, The Don's drive and Best of Burque voting.
Learn David Barsamian Speaks on "Rise Up and Resist" Tuesday, Jan 22: 5:30pm Contemporary Center for the ARTS
One of America's most tireless and wide-ranging investigative journalists lectures on world affairs, imperialism, capitalism, propaganda, the media, the economic crisis and global rebellions.
Wellness Creating New Beginnings Wednesday, Jan 23: 5:30-7pm Vessel Health
Learn to enhance overall health and wellbeing by creating personal health and balance in life while making practical and mindful choices that enrich our lives.
Wellness Fire and Flow: Vinyasa Yoga Wednesday, Jan 23: 6-7pm New Mexico School of Yoga
Jen leads an all-levels 6-week series of powerful flow yoga classes, tapping into the vital solar energy needed to flourish through the cold winter months.
Learn Printing Press Demonstration Thursday, Jan 24: 5:30-6:30pm Special Collections Library
Special guest Bill Farmer gives a tour of the library’s press room. Try your hand at setting type and participate in a demonstration of one of the replica and antique printing presses.
Learn Healthcare Challenges Facing Tribal Nations Saturday, Jan 26: 10am-noon Special Collections Library
Dr. Terrance W. Sloan, retired Chief of Staff of the Gallup Indian Medical Center, presents various clinical cases to provide an understanding of health care challenges faced by Native Americans.
Learn Chinese New Year Spinning Drum Monday, Jan 28: 4:30-5:30pm Central & Unser Library
Celebrate the Chinese New Year in style with an easy to make and play spinning drum. All materials are provided while supplies last.
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