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 Sep 23 - 29, 2004 
A Tale of Two Town Halls
Dateline: Albuquerque. Dick Cheney spreads the party gospel with his trademark solemnity and false assertions. Then John Kerry comes to town for lots of applause--but why isn't he ahead in the polls if Bush is such a disaster?
NEWS/OPINION
Payne's World
Dan Rather's rush-job on fraudulent Bush documents is another nail in the coffin of legitimate mainstream journalism.
MUSIC
Blue Note
Lucy Kaplansky weaves alt.country, new folk and deeply personal themes into The Red Thread, her latest effort.
FOOD
Food News
Soon La Montañita Coop will have sister stores in Gallup and Santa Fe. The result? Widespread soy ice cream at a cheaper cost to you, Johnny Q. Shopper.
FILM & TV
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow is a retro-futuristic delight, filled to the brim with eye-popping wonders.
FEATURE
Coming of Age
Sandia National Laboratories' Mixed Waste Landfill is home to more than 40 types of radioactive and hazardous substances--and it's perched precariously over our water supply. So should we risk playing with fire or let sleeping dogs lie?
ARTS/LIT
Author Interview
Regardless of how chilly our political climate gets, global warming is still an increasingly dire issue. Ross Gelbspan's Boiling Point takes on the problem of global climate change with eloquence and vision.

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