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Weekly Alibi
 May 20 - 26, 2004 
Alibi's Summer Film Guide
Devin D. O'Leary runs down the most-hyped and even some of least-hyped films hitting theaters this summer in our annual Alibi Summer Film Guide.
NEWS/OPINION
Editorial
Gwyneth Doland is mad, and she votes! Our lively food editor explains why she can't stand politicians like Heather Wilson.
Commentary
American Conservative magazine has a plan for Iraq. It starts with withdrawing U.S. troops and it ends with a call for some sensible leadership in the White House.
MUSIC
Music Spotlight: Black Maria
You've been asking for show reviews and now you're gonna get them--at least once in a while! Our first review in a long while takes you back to Black Maria, Lamont and Orange Goblin at Burt's Tiki Lounge.
FOOD
Fooditorial
Paletas--That's Mexican for Popsicles! Get a taste of Mexico with these cold, mouth-watering, low-calorie summer treats in flavors such as butter pecan, nut-covered vanilla and (weird) chile and cucumber.
FILM & TV
Troy
Starring Brad Pitt and a dozen other recognizable actors, Troy is a little long and overanalytical, and still it's taking over theaters like mad. Who needs history when you've got glitz and glam?
ARTS/LIT
Art News
Speak out on art at the Contemporary Arts in the Public Realm symposium at the National Hispanic Cultural Center this weekend, or drop by 516 Magnifico Artspace for the reception.
Not Invited
Award-winning poet Don McIver points out what's in--and left out of--In Company: An Anthology of New Mexico Poets After 1960.

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Music

Rooster Roundabout: This week’s music highlights

Writer Mark Lopez muses on upcoming releases from Beach House and Lana Del Rey ... and a fresh tune with Sting and the Ragtime Gals.
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Alibi Picks

Dogs on the Catwalk: REEL Dog Fashion Show & Reception

Celebrity dogs and their owners grace the runway in designer pet wear by Ada Nieves.

news

The Daily Word in racism, intelligence and the inner thoughts of James Holmes

The Daily Word

A man who underwent a face transplant met the sister of the deceased guy whose face he now wears.

Peoples' strong attitudes can be changed while they sleep using sound therapy.

A Dutch man claims he knows where Natalee Holloway's body can be found.

Would you like to own a racist Dr. Seuss drawing from 1929? The starting bid is $20K.

Hiring really smart people could be a bad idea.

Anheuser-Busch is canning drinking water instead of beer to help flood victims in Texas and Oklahoma.

Jeff Buckley died on this date in 1997.

Here's a glimpse into James Holmes' psyche: Why?

Danny Elfman, Annette Bening and Albuquerque's own Al Unser are celebrating birthdays today! (NSFW)

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