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Weekly Alibi
 Nov 20 - 26, 2008 
Don't let the holidays become a hassle—go shopping with this year's Holiday Gift Guide. We've combed the mom and pop stores of Albuquerque and Santa Fe to find everything you need and all the stuff you want.
NEWS/OPINION
A dating website for the mentally ill. A used-clothing boutique that employs women with harsh histories. And progressives take solace in a fake New York Times.
MUSIC
At the Drive-In guitarist Jim Ward spends seven years making an Americana record. And The Knux's Remind Me in 3 Days is what happens when hip-hop becomes less insular and lets a grab bag of influences go to work.
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FOOD
To get fresh pasta in New Mexico, you've got to go off the beaten path. And an Italian family comes together over bagna cauda—what about yours?
FILM & TV
The sunny-side up character study A Man Named Pearl shows the impact one man can have on the world around him. Meanwhile, Cartoon Network does an admirable job of translating our "Maakies" comic strip into the realm of moving animation in “The Drinky Crow Show.”
ARTS/LIT
The Guerilla Girls hide behind their mask-ulinity. Plus, 12 books for Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa that keep giving throughout the year.

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Alibi Picks

The Elegance of Irony: Ryan McGarvey at Low Spirits

Ryan McGarvey plays his brand of blues at Low Spirits.

The Daily Word: Herding Cattle

The Daily Word

look ma! we're on TV! again.

xenomorph takes russia.

insert obligatory breaking bad albuquerque news here.

to be, or not to be on the lam.

so close.

star wood.

freedom of expression.

The Man Who Tried to Redeem the World with Logic.

herding cattle.

serial hero.

Courtesy of the Cell Theatre

Alibi Picks

Still Sweet Dreamin'

Always...Patsy Cline

Catch the international best-selling musical written and directed by Ted Swindley. Featuring a live band. Runs through 8/2.
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