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Weekly Alibi
 Jan 5 - 11, 2006 
NEWS/OPINION
News Feature
What was the stinkiest national journalism of 2005? Check out this week's feature, also known as Stinksville, to find out.
MUSIC
Year in Music
Time to cash your Christmas checks and go to your favorite local record store, because we're laying out the best, worst and best/worst albums of the year.
FOOD
The Year in Food
Newsflash: You are fat. Welcome to a new food pyramid design that will get your sedentary asses into awesome shape. Plus, trans-fat labels, the New Orleans food industry, the death of Atkins, the Cookie Monster's cookies, Martha Stewart's favorite color, interstate wine commerce and more!
FILM & TV
Film News
What was 2005's role in the history of cinema? A bunch of crap and consequently, less profit. But were there at least a few good eggs? Devin D. O'Leary says "yes," but only a handful (not a whole basket).
FEATURE
The World at Your Feet
Start your year the Tricklock way with the Tricentennial version of the International Revolutions Theatre Festival. The event will appeal to both "Masterpiece Theatre" snoots and the nickel-seat crowd.
ARTS/LIT

RSSRaw posts and updates from our writers with info too timely or uncategorizable for print. What, we said something stupid? Chime in, buddy.

Alibi Picks

Dying to Know: Ram Dass & Timothy Leary

A total trip in Santa Fe

Special showing of documentary directed by Gay Dillingham and narrated by Robert Redford, with preceding reception at 6pm and post-screening conversation with the filmmakers.

Alibi Picks

Howl-y Daze: Howlin' Holiday Jam 2014

Kofi Burbridge • Kebbi Williams • Saunders Sermons • Jeff Sipe • Niki J. Crawford and more

Howlin' Holiday Jam is a benefit for New Day Youth and Family Services, a Burque-based non-profit that specializes in serving the homeless and displaced citizens.

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The Daily Word in cumulative song form

The Daily Word

On the first day of Christmas, the Grey Lady sent to me a bill for $27,673.

On the second day of Christmas, the Washington Times sent to me veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the third day of Christmas, Sony sent to me a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the fourth day of Christmas, KOB sent to me humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the fifth day of Christmas, the Daily News sent to me fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the sixth day of Christmas, the Business Standard sent to me a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the seventh day of Christmas, Market Watch sent to me swans upending markets, a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the eighth day of Christmas, Bloomberg sent to me maids who won't clean toilets, swans upending markets, a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the ninth day of Christmas, the Japan Times sent to me ladies wedding solo, maids who won't clean toilets, swans upending markets, a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the tenth day of Christmas, the Telegraph sent to me elderly lords a-quitting, ladies wedding solo, maids who won't clean toilets, swans upending markets, a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the eleventh day of Christmas, the Daily News sent to me crack pipes for hiding, elderly lords a-quitting, ladies wedding solo, maids who won't clean toilets, swans upending markets, a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

On the twelfth day of Christmas, the Blockhead Trio sent to me a Charlie Brown-themed synthmas, crack pipes for hiding, elderly lords a-quitting, ladies wedding solo, maids who won't clean toilets, swans upending markets, a goose-bird flu test, fantasy football league rings, humans counting birds, a streaming Seth Rogen movie, veterans hunting doves and a bill for $27,673.

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