Weekly Alibi
 Jan 19 - 25, 2012 
The new year grants a symbolic opportunity to examine yourself, to figure out if there’s anything that could be discarded or improved upon. A more balanced, peaceful, organized you awaits.
NEWS/OPINION
Like 56 percent of college students in New Mexico, Alibi intern Elise Kaplan took out student loans to finance her education. After a lot of legwork she's able to break down what Obama’s student loan proposal means.
MUSIC
Despite Dengue Fever’s inspiration being an obscure but distinct form of music—’60s Cambodian rock—the mixture of East and West / surf and psych / then and now is unparalleled.
FOOD
Mina Yamashita explores the new underground dinner clubs that are popping up around Albuquerque.
FILM & TV
Cinematically, Steven Soderbergh can do whatever he wants. His newest project Haywire is a low-budget, digital video action flick starring a first-time actor.
ARTS/LIT
Eugene O’Neill 1923 Conneticut-based play A Moon for the Misbegotten might just make you rethink your unhealthy obsessions.
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY

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