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 Nov 1 - 7, 2007 
It's the Alibi's second Quiz and Puzzle issue and we've got answers to several age-old questions, including: Are you a genie? Are you going to die? And, of course, are you on fire? Be warned, the results might surprise you. Plus, draw the body on one of our favorite local celebrities for a chance to win while searching for naughty words.
NEWS/OPINION
A new study suggests it's easier to become homeless in Albuquerque than you might think, Ortiz y Pino examines the search for a new APS superintendent and Orlando Law Enforcement slaps the cuffs on sex ad sellers. And don't miss the Alibi's first-ever news crossword puzzle!
MUSIC
See if you can guess what Albuquerque's rock 'n' roll pinup models do to earn a living, and test your musical acuity with our mystery Sonic Reducer.
FOOD
Zea Rotisserie & Grill serves up plates of poultry that are more than finger-lickin' good. Plus, never suffer from "I'm hungry but don't know what I want" syndrome again with our cut-and-fold fortune teller!
FILM & TV
Play "Know your Zombies!" And Martian Child is as real, earnest and phony as a million-dollar bill.
ARTS/LIT
Ha Jin's A Free Life tells the story of one family's journey to the U.S. while David Scharf makes a big statement with tiny art. See if you can guess the subjects of his scintillatingly small pieces.

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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.

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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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