Alibi V.28 No.46 • Nov 14-20, 2019 
Mikayla Trujillo-Baxter, Christina Barros and Donato Velasco

On Assignment

A Center for Hope and Recovery

Peer-run nonprofit builds productive citizens

Previously treated with punitive measures by the city, the circumstances and predicaments that arise from chronic poverty and drug use are now being looked at as public health issues. Weekly Alibi reached out to Albuquerque Center for Hope and Recovery to learn more about their program and progress.
Image by John Hain / Pixabay License

Election Wrap-up

Where to Now, St. Voter?

One election ends, another looms

24 percent of citizen voters in Bernalillo County submitted a ballot in last week's municipal election that covered four City Council districts, three CNM Governing Board districts, numerous city and scholastic spending proposals, a tax question and two proposed amendments to the electoral public finance law currently in effect in Burque.


ART Begins Its Run

The city has finally brought the ART project together, and it's celebrating with free rides from Nov. 30 until Dec. 31.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because an arrest warrant for overdue library books happens to someone else.


The readers write about patriotism.


Boom Town

Independence Day fireworks

City of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County are partnering to bring Independence Day fireworks displays to each quadrant of the metro area.


Go Play Outside

Open Space Explorer Camp

This week's theme: Hoot Hoot: All About Owls.