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Weekly Alibi
 Mar 17 - 23, 2005 
Point of Crisis
According to New Mexico health care advocates, cuts in Medicaid funding not only place the poor, the young, the elderly and the disabled at enormous risk--they're also fiscally irresponsible.
NEWS/OPINION
Under the Microscope
Labor's loves lost: When U.S. employment regulations get Bushwhacked, workers in every sector lose.
Council Watch: SimCity
It's 11:15 p.m. on a school night: Do you know what your city councilor is up to? Laura Sanchez does, and it's got something to do with drugs.
MUSIC
Spotlight:
From L.A. to El Rey, Kathy Zimmer is working full speed to bring big talent to Albuquerque's music scene.
FOOD
Restaurant Review: Deli Mart West
Searching high and low for a real hero? Deli Mart West offers sandwich salvation in our deli-less Duke City.
FILM & TV
Ice Princess
After 92 shimmering minutes of Disney's Ice Princess, Devin D. O'Leary has at last made peace with his inner teenaged girl. We'll call her Devina.
ARTS/LIT
Author Interview
Steven Robert Allen gets personal with Albuquerque's street Poet Laureate, Jimmy Santiago Baca. Don't miss him this Thursday evening at Bookworks!

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Alibi Picks

The Elegance of Irony: Ryan McGarvey at Low Spirits

Ryan McGarvey plays his brand of blues at Low Spirits.

The Daily Word: Herding Cattle

The Daily Word

look ma! we're on TV! again.

xenomorph takes russia.

insert obligatory breaking bad albuquerque news here.

to be, or not to be on the lam.

so close.

star wood.

freedom of expression.

The Man Who Tried to Redeem the World with Logic.

herding cattle.

serial hero.

Courtesy of the Cell Theatre

Alibi Picks

Still Sweet Dreamin'

Always...Patsy Cline

Catch the international best-selling musical written and directed by Ted Swindley. Featuring a live band. Runs through 8/2.
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