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Weekly Alibi
 Apr 22 - 28, 2004 
Spring is Officially in the Air!
Band-tastic! This year's Alibi Spring Crawl puts music in its rightful place ... on stages all over Downtown. Get ready for 100 locals bands, and a few national acts as well. Remember--purchase your tickets before the big day and save a fiver!
NEWS/OPINION
News Feature
Fables of the Reconstruction. An internal government memo reveals Iraq's troubles are simmering toward civil war. Would somebody in the White House please explain the exit strategy? Please!
MUSIC
Blue Note
Albuquerque tuba maestro Mark Weaver with Los Angeles-based quartet Brassum and the Dottie Grossman-Michael Vlatkovich Duo will take the stage for a night of music and poetry at the Outpost Performance Space.
FOOD
FILM & TV
Film News
On the film news front: Socially conscious independent filmmakers from across the Americas prepare for the Sin Fronteras Film Festival, and Taos Vision Quest replaces TTPIX.
FEATURE
Crawl Chow
Some friendly tips on how to--with minimal stress or confusion--eat, drink and be seriously merry at the Alibi Spring Crawl.
ARTS/LIT
Performance Review
The Fusion Theatre Company stages a hilarious and terrifying production of Albee's iconic American masterpiece Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Cell Theatre.
Work Done Well and Right
Good things come in threes: Southwestern presses release books of poetry by Margo Tamez, David Dominguez and Michael Rothenberg. Three authors, three styles and three well-crafted and beautifully designed books are now available.

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"Chasing Rain"
William Haskell
"Chasing Rain"

Alibi Picks

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Music

Rooster Roundabout: This week’s music highlights

Writer Mark Lopez muses on new releases by Rancid, Thurston Moore and The Flaming Lips, as well as a new Gwen Stefani video.

news

The Daily Word in Ebola, "Breaking Bad" toys and Ferguson PD's violations

The Daily Word

Dr. Craig Spencer, who's returned from treating Ebola patients in Guinea, has tested positive for the virus.

Amnesty International released a report outlining the human rights abuses carried out by Ferguson police during Michael Brown protests.

The White House is in a tizzy over what to do about its fence after several incidents of people getting onto the White House grounds.

If Aaron Paul thinks Barbies are more “damaging” than “Breaking Bad” toys, then you best believe it.

To get folks into the Halloween spirit, Huffington Post has come out with some interesting facts about All Hallows' Eve that you may not have known.

APD officers Keith Sandy and Dominique Perez probably won't face criminal charges in the federal system for the fatal shooting of James Boyd.

A man was shot in the head last night near Kit Carson Park. His condition is currently unknown, but this story is still being updated.

In an amazing tribute to a teammate's loss, the Estancia High School JV football team purchased new jerseys with the name of teammate Carlos Parra's late sister on the back. Parra's sister died from a brain tumor.

A lawsuit has been filed against UNM Hospital for failing to protect the medical and mental health records of 13-year-old Roswell shooter Mason Campbell.

A man in Pennsylvania is fighting a criminal mischief charge for painting the speed limit on a stretch of Main Street.

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