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Weekly Alibi
 Nov 4 - 10, 2004 
New Rules
Alibi chats up Bill Maher on getting politically incorrect on ABC, the presidential race and his upcoming Nov. 9 appearance at Popejoy Hall.
A Few Bad Men
With direction from civilian leaders in the Pentagon, an untold number of Iraqi citizens have suffered dehumanizing abuses at the hands of some American soldiers. International human rights lawyer Scott Horton talks about the difficult task of facing the truth and making things right.
Music to Your Ears
Stave off autumn's chill by cozying up to The Oktober People's debut CD. While you're at it, head over to the Launchpad this Friday night and toast the band with simple., Foma and The Mindy Set. It will shock and amaze you.
Know Your Ingredients
We pledge our gluttonous allegiance to the silkiest, the smoothest, the most delectable of all European chocolate hazelnut creams. Nutella, we salute thee!
Film Interview
Rick Schroder shakes his hard-to-beat "former child actor" status by writing and directing the critically acclaimed independent feature, Black Cloud.
Made over by the modern streets of Manhattan and a chic new set of threads, you may just want to spend a few hours with this Alfie.
Performance Review
Night Train to Bolina is a peculiar and surprisingly polished play that fits nicely with Working Classroom's broad social and creative vision.

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Shop and Sip

Moonstone Sunday: A Curated Lifestyle Pop Up Shop

Each month various local small businesses, primarily lead by women, set up shop selling anything from terrariums and '60s dresses to the perfect red lipstick.

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Watch Those Teeth!


Join zookeepers and educators to learn all about crocodilian conservation efforts with hands-on discovery stations.
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Children of the Dawn

DJ Cyberkid • EDM, house

EDM continues to proliferate, turning concert venues across America into late night/early morning electro-ritual centers where almost anything is possible...
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