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 Jan 29 - Feb 4, 2004 
The Triplets of Belleville
With all the hoopla surrounding Finding Nemo and with all of Disney's dour predictions about the end of "traditional" animation (a claim only borne out by crap like DreamWorks' Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas), it's easy to miss a humbly beautiful little garnet like The Triplets of Belleville.
NEWS/OPINION
MUSIC
Blue Note
Flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucia presents music from his latest release, Cositas Buenas, at a live performance at Popejoy Hall.
FOOD
Chewing the Fat
Three Ben and Jerry's Scoop Shops to open in Albuquerque this year! Pudge Brothers Pizza's Tom Parr will make the tasty idea become a delicious reality.
FILM & TV
FEATURE
Tunnel Vision
Fringe development, low wage jobs, insider politics, taxpayer subsidies for well-connected companies ... It's still the shameful way local economic development works.
ARTS/LIT
Gallery Review: Some Assembly Required
Roberto Rugerio Guerrero's paintings revolve around influences from 20th century Cubism as well as his own sense of forced transformation. Catch his exhibit at the Dartmouth Street Gallery.
Book News
Get a feel for some local writing with local authors at locations around Albuquerque and Santa Fe, starting with sexy, sensual readings at Bookworks on Valentine's Day.

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Blue Öyster Cult ... now
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Blue Öyster Cult ... now

Music

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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