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Weekly Alibi
 Jul 1 - 7, 2004 
Plugging the Memory Hole
The inspiring story of Russ Kick will give you all the motivation you need to celebrate Independence Day early by filing a Freedom of Information Act request. Plus, Gwyneth Doland comments on the Bush administration's unraveling reality.
NEWS/OPINION
Ortiz y Pino
Politics and religion go together like motor oil and holy water. But does it have to be that way?
MUSIC
Blue Note
The Rain is a unique blend of Indian and Persian modalities that you just have to hear to believe.
FOOD
FILM & TV
Fahrenheit 9/11
Michael Moore's latest polemic, Fahrenheit 9/11, offers a buffet of Bush-hater fare on one hand and a look into the depressing realities of the Iraq war on the other.
FEATURE
ARTS/LIT
Performance Preview
With a renewed focus on old favorites, the Santa Fe Opera's 2004 season is poised to recruit a record number of fledgling opera lovers.

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The Daily Word in Nazis, bears, more Nazis and Kanye West, oh my!

The Daily Word

Kanye for president? Kanye's 2020 vision.

APS Superintendent resigns; will take settlement and salary through October.

Wanna grab lunch? Titanic's last lunch menu up for auction.

RIP Wes Craven. Relive A Nightmare on Elm Street.

Hurricane Fred hits Africa's Cape Verde Islands, which have been hurricane-free since 1892.

Misting showers set up outside Auschwitz dampen tourists’ moods.

First prayer, then medicine: India's new psychiatric clinic.

Yellowstone receives disappointing comment card about lack of bears.

Seeing double? The consequences of seeing your doppleganger face-to-face.

Poland police block access to the alleged Nazi “gold train.”

Randy Stift

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Bad Jacks Make Good

Three Bad Jacks • S.O.L. • The Gunmen

Three Bad Jacks play at Low Spirits.

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The Daily Word: Zombies on a plane, living life on a train and the FBI getting sued

The Daily Word

Man found doing household chores in woman’s house.

Missing cat causes taunting phone calls to owner.

The Associated Press sues FBI for fake news story.

Virginia teen faces 11 years in prison for controlling Twitter account in supports of ISIS and helps friend travel to join group.

Why pay rent when you can live in a train and travel?

50 bodies found in an abandoned truck in eastern Austria.

Driving instructor leaves 70 teenagers high and dry by taking their money and leaving them without receiving their drivers license.

Sea-level rising could be potentially disaster.

AMC puts Zombies in the sky.

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