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 Apr 17 - 23, 2008 
The battle to save our planet begins with helping the disadvantaged. Plus, read up on this year's local Earth Day activities, all in the Alibi's annual Earth Day issue.
NEWS/OPINION
Bureaucracy makes accessing quality Native American health care a tough task. The city is flooded with bowlers, and is it time to stop bemoaning the death of newspapers?
MUSIC
Zakir Hussain brings Eastern sounds to Western ears. Meanwhile, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks turn friendship into guitar-churned indie-rock.
FOOD
The Whole Enchilada takes its slogan, "It's time for something different," to heart. And a boyfriend's incessant cuisine questions are well-meaning.
FILM & TV
Forgetting Sarah Marshall is the latest romantic comedy to get the Judd Apatow seal of approval.
ARTS/LIT
King Lear can be a tough play to put on, but the Vortex Theatre's production is a rewarding one. And for Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Schultz, failure is not a pejorative but a state of being.

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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.

morgueFile

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Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Solving a Haunting

A lecture by members of the Southwestern Ghost Hunter's Association.
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