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 Dec 2 - 8, 2004 
Active Denial System
The search for new hi-tech weaponry brings defense dollars to local labs and a few ethical questions as well.
NEWS/OPINION
Tired of Waiting
Despite five years of public and private-sector buzz, plans for Downtown's Santa Fe railroad tracks have been all talk and no action.
Guest Editorial
After 18 years of Israeli imprisonment, Mordechai Vanunu is a deliberate and living testament to the strength of the human spirit.
MUSIC
Sonic Reducer
Take a bow, Eminem. Your Encore sounds more tired than a one-legged man in an ass-kicking competition.
FOOD
The Dish
Ladies and gingerbread men, 'tis the season for edible housing. This week's Dish is sure to put the icing on your weekend gingerbread house-building plans.
FILM & TV
Film Festival Preview
With more than 200 features, shorts and documentaries, the Fifth Annual Santa Fe Film Festival has something for every taste.
ARTS/LIT
Performance Preview
Alan Clements' Spiritually Incorrect explores oppression and nonviolent struggle through an improvisational monologue.

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news

The Daily Word in birth, marriage, abortion, volcanos and Coffee Day.

The Daily Word
In the news: shooting at a Miami club, Clinton granddaughter, George Clooney, Stevie Nicks and Don Henley, Japanese volcano erupted, political unrest in Hong Kong, Raiders’ coach, Coffee Day, purge your Gmail account, raining feces, Pluto, you may not be a planet, Uber and Lyft operating in NM, Keith Sandy made a weird remark, body in the road, happening today in Albuquerque, Gene Autry

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Alibi Picks

The Mule Still Kicks Ass: Gov't Mule at Sunshine

Southern rock band Gov't Mule play some haunting and funky tunes at this rollicking show.

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arts & lit

Poetic Peace Party: Happening promotes peace, sustainability

Today, poets, artists, performers and musicians in thousands of cities all over the globe celebrate the idea that we can live in peace, free from violence and political oppression, while moving productively toward the future. A local manifestation of a global event, 100 Thousand Poets for Change, happens tonight at Tortuga. Featured readers include Larry Goodell, Lisa Gill, Don McIver, Albino Carrillo, Carrie House, Susana Rinderle, Stephanie Galloway and John Scariano.

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