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Weekly Alibi
 May 1 - 7, 2008 
Former Evening Standard editor and devout man of science Charles Langley tells of his eye-opening journeys with Navajo medicine men.
NEWS/OPINION
Could the South Valley become its own municipality? New Mexico movie extras try to organize, and the mainstream "green" craze is watering down environmentalism.
MUSIC
Jivin' Scientists brings brotherly love to hip-hop, and AGL is mellowing with age.
FOOD
Boring barbecue gets the ax at Mad Max's. And figuring out which foods won't kill you is no small task.
FILM & TV
Baby Mama pops with energy, intelligence and humor, while Jellyfish is a half-dreamy drama about three very different Tel Aviv women whose intersecting lives highlight their long-unspoken sadness.
ARTS/LIT
Patrocinio Barela and Edward Gonzales redefine the image of Hispanic culture from within in Caminos Distintos. Plus, Tim Parks' agitated, engaging new novel, Cleaver, and Jhumpa Lahiri's mournful and deeply satisfying collection of short stories, Unaccustomed Earth.

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