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Weekly Alibi
 Jan 26 - Feb 1, 2012 
NEWS/OPINION
Over the course of five years in the early ’90s, Dr. Rick Strassman dosed 400 volunteers with DMT at the University of New Mexico. He spoke with us about his study, the Old Testament and alien abduction, among other things.
MUSIC
There's never been a more accessible time for music, which is great for the fan/collector, good for the musician and bad for the shops that sell it. Case in point: Natural Sound, Albuquerque's oldest independent record shop, is closing this week.
FOOD
Yashoda Naidoo has a photographic memory. Recalling the kinds of Ayurvedic dishes her family made while she was growing up, she was able to open Annapurna’s World Vegetarian Café only 18 months after she started teaching herself to cook.
FILM & TV
Color Me Obsessed: A Film About the Replacements takes viewers on a trip with friends and fans who loved and still love the pioneering Minneapolis alternative rockers.
ARTS/LIT
Set in 1984 with references Orwell's classic, Haruki Murakami's new novel 1Q84 is a nearly thousand page saga named after the imaginary year that the disoriented main character thinks she lives in. Her descent into madness makes for creepy, unsettling reading.
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY

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