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Weekly Alibi
 Sep 1 - 7, 2005 
Global Reducer
On Sept. 6, Globalquerque debuts at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, filling the center's three performance spaces with 13 musical groups from as far south as Argentina and as far west as Africa.
Music Magnified
The new CD from Black Tie might not appeal to pop fans, but it should capture the hearts of musicians and all who appreciate indie experimentation. Catch 'em live this week at Atomic Cantina.
Food Events
This city wrapped up its Tricentennial celebration of cuisine and agriculture with "A Taste of Albuquerque" at the Albuquerque Convention Center, where the real stars of the evening were hard at work, preparing gourmet meals on a tight schedule for the "TVI Culinary Challenge."
As a quiet, observational look at the minuscule moments that go into deciding what, in life, is truly important to us flawed humans, Junebug is a sweet and sour treat.
Gallery Review: God is Almost Dead
One of the coolest Tricentennial events around town is a trio of large-scale exhibits at the Albuquerque Museum exploring the history of Spanish art over the last several hundred years. The latest installment, Prelude to Spanish Modernism: Fortuny to Picasso, covers the international development of Spanish art from 1860 through 1910 and proves that learning really can be fun.

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Tall Tumbleweed Vintage

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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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