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 Jan 20 - 26, 2005 
Closing the Chart
Thrust to the other side of the doctor/patient relationship, an ailing Albuquerque doctor took up a surprising new life's work: an intimate diary that would later become Closing the Chart: A Dying Physician Examines Family, Faith and Medicine.
NEWS/OPINION
EDO Master Plan Moves Toward Final Passage
The EDO Master Plan takes further steps to shape a would-be trendy mainstreet with community ideals.
MUSIC
Blue Note
Sweet Honey in the Rock's a cappella blend of gospel, jazz, blues and folk music sounds like a miracle.
FILM & TV
Hotel Rwanda
Hotel Rwanda offers a compelling reminder that, even in the midst of horrific circumstances, there are still those who will stand up and do the right thing, regardless of the risk involved.
ARTS/LIT
Performance Review
Set in a divey New York hotel lobby at 3 a.m., Hughie manages to be bleak, raw and clever all in one fascinating little package.
A Tiny Revolution
In addition to exploring the debate between secularism and Islamism without ever taking sides, Snow crafts a clever love story with a mystical, religious bent, an eye for mystery and a discussion of the literary form itself.

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Experiment with "Shapeshifter" and other weird concoctions at ShowOff 4.0.
Experiment with "Shapeshifter" and other weird concoctions at ShowOff 4.0.

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Adult Experimentation at ShowOff 4.0: Curious Concoctions

A grown-up science fair and talent show featuring performances and science fair booth activities.

news

The Daily Word in racist fashion police, net neutrality and GIANT black holes!

The Daily Word

It's Thursday! Not exactly as good as Friday, but still pretty damn good.

The Internet may not be owned by a few corporations soon because Washington seems to be pretty down with net neutrality!

There is a black hole that is 12 billion times larger than the sun and is 900 million years old.

Zendaya Coleman elegantly explained why assuming dreadlocks smell like “patchouli oil” or “weed” is racist and weird. Giuliana Rancic apologizes. The internet gives Coleman a giant high five.

A new proposal would require Lyft and Uber drivers to provide insurance and undergo extensive background checks.

Surveys conclude that over half of all farm workers in America lack “legitimate documents” and therefore have no legal rights or protection.

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The Sound of Burque

Local band showcases

See a variety of local bands perform at the historic Kimo Theatre.
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