Alibi V.16 No.44 • Nov 1-7, 2007 
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Culture Shock

Matthew

Matthew Bubb, cofounder of The Dolls, passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 17. Matthew had battled cancer for a year. He died peacefully at home, with friends and family at his side.

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Culture Shock

In Loving Memory: An Archival Interview with Matthew Bubb

I met with the cast of 2006's The Joan Crawford/Marilyn Monroe Christmas Carol after a rehearsal at the Albuquerque Social Club. This was the first of a handful of interviews with Matt and Ken—cofounders, writers and principal members of The Dolls—I collected for the Alibi in about the span of a year.

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Gallery Review

Microscopic Art

David Scharf’s photographs of a tiny world

There are creatures living on this page. You can't see them, but they are there. Infinitesimal organisms spread from soil to animal to person to paper and back to a person. Billions of them, right here on these words, ready for their close up.

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Book Review

American Dream

Ha Jin’s A Free Life

A Free Life

It’s difficult to think of an American writer with a story more inspiring than Ha Jin’s. Born in China, he came to the United States in 1986 on a student visa to finish a dissertation on Auden, Eliot, Pound and Yeats at Brandeis University. Jin and his wife had planned to return, but after the Tiananmen Square massacre, they cut their ties to China.

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C. Elliott Photography

EVENT HORIZON (Friday, May 26)

Cool Outpost, Cool Show

Fifth Annual Outpost Gala Fundraiser

Enjoy the renowned music of Lisa Fischer and Grand Baton. Catered by Slate Street Café.
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EVENT HORIZON (Friday, May 26)

Young Love and Sweet Songs

The Last Five Years

Follow a love story in an untraditional format, with one story moves forward in time while while the other story moves backwards meeting in the middle when they get married.
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EVENT HORIZON (Friday, May 26)

Plan Like Picasso

Lines of Thought Opening Reception

See how artists have used drawing to record and provoke thought, from the 15 century to today. Featuring work from Leonardo da Vinci, Paul Cézanne, Pablo Picasso and many more. Runs through 9/27.
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