Weekly Alibi
 May 8 - 14, 2008 
Weed the word "bored" from your vocabulary as the Alibi's Summer Guide fills your planner with 100 of the best things to see, hear, eat, play and plan for before the summer's up. Ready and ... go!
NEWS/OPINION
Native American readers vent their unfavorable reactions to last week's feature, and its author and subject respond. What does it take to end up on the New Mexico top delinquent taxpayers list? And the reason why hundreds of faculty members have a bone to pick with UNM President David Schmidly.
Websclusive: Answer Me This
Take your weekly news quiz here.
Websclusive: Thin Line
A Senate committee is making the first steps to do battle with the Federal Communications Commission's decision to relax media ownership regulations.
MUSIC
Former-Ant Farmer Jon Forrest Little returns to Albuquerque with a van full of kick-ass El Paso bands. Strung Out is still way more popular than your band. Plus, more Launchpad-Brand Linseed Oil shirts, all-ages music venues and neo-soul CDs than you can shake a rolled-up Alibi at.
Websclusive: The Empty Orchestra
Refer to our updated guide for all of your karaoke needs.
FOOD
Lotus Café closes in on curry perfection. Learn the secrets of heady little cherry tartlets. And this Mother's Day, raise your glass to the women of wine.
FILM & TV
The film adaptation of Marvel's Iron Man is solidly built, and Redbelt is anything but a straightforward martial arts flick.
ARTS/LIT
As It Is in Heaven at the Desert Rose Playhouse is a melodious portrait of 19th century Shakers. Amy Dalness fires the starting pistol for entering our Ridiculously Short Fiction Contest. And Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Steve Coll tackles the bin Laden family.

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Film

This Week at Guild Cinema

We screwed up! We didn’t get Guild Cinema’s regular ad in this week’s print edition of Weekly Alibi. Here, now, is the ad that should have run, in all its glory. We’re sorry, movie fans!

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The Daily Word in V.23 No.16, H&M and Neutral Milk Hotel

The Daily Word

The latest issue of your favorite alt.weekly—that's us, the Alibi—is chock-full of rad content. To wit, test your New Mexico news savvy with our weekly pop quiz, Crib Notes.

Read, critique and even comment on—as Facebook commenting is now live on alibi.com—an editorial, "Department Corrections," about the DOJ's findings in its investigation into APD, many unanswered questions and the future of our city.

Check out Alibi Film Editor Devin D. O'Leary's review of Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin, you know, that experimental sci-fi flick starring Scarlett Johansson as a predatory alien siren.

Four Up delivers deets on Zimbabwean electric protest songs by Thomas Mapfumo & the Blacks Unlimited—this one's tonight!—and poptastic electro, pop-punk, alt.folk, and bilingual feminist hip-hop concerts. (Live music is one of the finest anodynes available.)

Genevieve Mueller reports on Albuquerque's growing, thriving improv scene in "Yes and ... Where Do We Go From Here?"

Gail Guengerich gets her French-American fusion on in "Ouvrez La Bouche."

In search of new tuneage? Read our micro reviews of new releases from NEEDTOBREATHE, The Tower and Todd Terje in Sonic Reducer.

From Nuevo Mexicano artist/architect William Lumpkins serigraphs and felt-tip pen drawings to bibliophile pr0n, an urban renewal keynote and hangs with famous authors in a Fe movie theater, stay art-smart with Culture Shock.

Are you getting your RDI of Pulitzer Prize-winning feature writing?

Hip Swedish fashion empire H&M is coming soon to Burque.

Catch the Neutral Milk Hotel reunion tour tonight in Burque.

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Rowdy’s Dream Blog #343: Chili Powder Miniaturizes My Friend

Against our advice, my friend B consumes an entire package of red chili powder, rendering him microscopic. I can still hear his tiny voice, but I can't see him.

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