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 Apr 5 - 11, 2012 
Discover the best in local arts, entertainment, food, politics and culture in the Alibi's 19th annual Best of Burque.
Ciudad Juárez is a place to be avoided at all costs, says the U.S. State Department, which has issued stern warnings against travel to the city. But Sister Rene Weeks travels there every day to work at Centro Santa Catalina.
If you lived in Burque during the past decade, you may have seen Justin Mitschelen around town—he played keyboard in two laudable local bands, Karen and Manhole. Now the relocated experimenter is back for a visit with his noisy, synth-driven solo project Tiny Victim.
Beautiful inside and out, the North Valley's Farm & Table is finally open and diners can expect excellent food that walks the walk and is reasonably priced for what you get.
Writer-director-actress Valérie Donzelli takes a number of unexpected paths with her involving feature about a terminally ill child, Declaration of War.
Through the efforts of the Public Art Urban Enhancement Program, which is responsible for overseeing the city’s public art collection, hundreds of works will soon be viewable on your smartphone via an interactive mechanism called Museum Without Walls.

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