News & Opinion
 Alibi V.29 No.29 • July 16-22, 2020 
3rd and Central

News Feature

The Long Avenue to Recovery

Downtown, facing setback after setback, eyes a tough future

What is there to do about Downtown Albuquerque?
Don Schrader
Rail Yards Market

Town Square

On Germs, Love and Uncooked Foods

Local celebrity Don Schrader shares his thoughts on health and connections

Bad germs are the scavengers that can take over when the body is weak and out of balance.

News Feature

Non-COVID-Related Treatments Pushed Aside

Those with preexisting conditions face more hurdles than ever

The coronavirus has irreparably changed life as we know it, forcing us to adapt in unexpected ways. In healthcare it has become far more difficult for people with existing conditions to get the care they need.
The News Monkey


The New Mexico Restaurant Association organized a virtual protest against the public health order; Department of Workforce Solutions will continue waiving work search requirements for those seeking unemployment compensation; Organizers of two major events are still holding public gatherings in defiance of the governor’s health order.
Clarke Condé

News Feature

Local Organizer Evicted During Moratorium

Lack of information makes eviction moratorium confusing for tenants and landlords

Last Monday, July 6, local community organizer Selinda Guerrero and her family were evicted from their home, during what is supposed to be an eviction moratorium in New Mexico due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because collisions with car thieves happen to car thieves.