Alibi V.27 No.30 • July 26-Aug 1, 2018
News Commentary The Road That ART Built A primer on the history and culture of ART Weekly Alibi took a drive along the proposed designated 9-mile ART route. What we saw is a hodge-podge of varying degrees of blight, some businesses doing well, other businesses struggling—with bursts of new hopeful future development and construction here and there.
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Corey Yazzie News Feature La Gente and El ART But what do the people think, oh wise ones? Weekly Alibi hit the streets of Burque to find out how the people of Albuquerque are handling the ART news coming out of city hall.
News Editorial Master of Puppets For-profit prisons pulling the strings behind immigration policy
Americans love to preach from their self-proclaimed pedestals. From there, cocooned in a cozy shroud of worldly and spiritual comforts, we have free reign to leisurely peruse world news and give unasked-for, half-assed advice on the “right” way to do things.
Odds & Ends Funny because burning tortilla chips happen to someone else. The readers write about the Royal Wedding, Supreme Leader’s mistakes and bus stops. Image courtesy of the artist Cuban Dance Summer Intensive
Visiting, international Cuban dancers, Ramses Charon and Zohra Bestal teach a series of Cuban dance styles inlcuding Timba (footwork), Afro, Rumba, Casino, Son and Chachacha.
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Kids Zendoodles Wednesday, July 24: 3-4pm South Valley Public Library
Learn how to relax and create a unique piece of art with pen, paper and imagination. Registration required.
Kids A Constellation of Memories Scrapbook Thursday, July 25: 11am-noon East Mountain Library
Using pictures, mementos and other memorabilia from the summer, tweens customize their own recycled scrapbook. For ages 9 to 12. Registration required.
Kids Space Fluid Painting Thursday, July 25: 2-3pm Erna Fergusson Library
Create a swirling galaxies using this fun and easy fluid painting technique. For ages 9 to 12. Registration required.
Kids Creating Worlds Sci-Fi Writing Thursday, July 25: 2-3pm Juan Tabo Public Library
Learn about different kinds of worlds and how to make a fictional setting as real as Hogwarts, Tatooine or Panem. For ages 13 to 17 Registration required.
Learn Composting in Tumbler Bins Saturday, July 27: 9am-noon Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center
This class covers the basics of home composting in the desert including the science, art, materials, methods, choices and benefits with emphasis of use of tumbling bin containers. Registration recommended.
Comm Picnic for Peace Sunday, July 28: 10am-1pm Santa Fe Botanical Garden
Meet young women from Palestine and Israel who share stories about their lives and devotion to work for peace. Enjoy the gardens, a picnic lunch and listen to talks and live Middle Eastern music.
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