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 Apr 9 - 15, 2009 
The Alibi's sixth annual photo contest helped us discover the things our readers love—specifically sunsets, babies and the BioPark. See which pictures shot to the top of the pile.
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NEWS/OPINION
An environmental interest group says Sandia Labs' Mixed Waste Landfill could be putting our drinking water at risk. And America's running out of time to gain its energy independence.
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How many correct answers do you average on our weekly news quiz?
MUSIC
Get your clumsy pens ready for the Morrissey Singles Album Art Challenge. And sunny prog rock band The Smile Ease battles an Alaskan volcano.
FOOD
New Mexico foodies who proudly display their love of lunch by tattooing it on their skin. We've got the photos to prove it.
FILM & TV
Bizarro filmmaker Craig Baldwin talks saucers and rockets. Meanwhile, Alien Trespass probes fans of Z-grade sci-fi flicks.
ARTS/LIT
Larry Bob Phillips discusses the mural he scrawled in Atomic Cantina's bathroom: It's exploding with bombs, pasta and sex. Plus, the 2009 ABQ Grand Slam puts poets to the test.
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Will there be iambic pentameter at the ABQ Grand Slam? Find out here.

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Bad Oysters: A short, strange evening with Blue Öyster Cult

Alibi resident rocker Wrathchild reports on a concert that left comatose concertgoers feeling blue.
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Just a Little Brew: The Traveling Tea Leaf lecture

Robin Scala, founder of The Fragrant Leaf, takes you on an adventurous journey of this Chinese herb.

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TV Didn't Kill the Radio Star: Ira Glass at Popejoy

Reinventing Radio

Ira Glass talks about "This American Life," what makes a compelling story and pushing broadcast journalism into new territory.
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