Alibi V.27 No.30 • July 26-Aug 1, 2018 
How ART was imagined

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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News Sidebar

Building Dreams!

BYD and the future

Getting involved with BYD means committing to a lifelong commercial relationship with a global economic giant.
The ART station at Nob Hill, July 2018
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.

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Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because burning tortilla chips happen to someone else.

Letters

The readers write about the Royal Wedding, Supreme Leader’s mistakes and bus stops.
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EVENT HORIZON ()

Swoop It Up

Return of the Sandhill Crane Celebration

Welcome the Sandhill cranes back to their winter habitat with presentations, children's activities, viewing scopes, crafts, workshops and more.
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EVENT HORIZON ()

Lakshmi Puja

Diawli: Festival of Lights

Diwali is one of the most popular religious festivals in Hinduism. The festival of lights, as it is also known, occurs during the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika (basically mid-October to November on the Gregorian calendar) and is generally focused on offering puja to Lakshmi—goddess of wealth and prosperity and wife of Vishnu—but may also include the worship of Durga or Kali, depending on region and denomination. For this year's celebration, the India Association of New Mexico presents Diwali: The Festival of Lights, an evening of dance, music and performing arts amid lamp and candle lighting as adherents perform Lakshmi puja

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