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Weekly Alibi
 Apr 13 - 19, 2006 
A Long Line in the Sand
On the cover: The Flores family lives in the village of San Andres de la Cal, outside Cuernavaca. Their sons, brothers and fathers regularly cross the border seeking good-paying jobs in the U.S. and Canada. Katy June-Friesen tells their story, and those of other Mexicans like them, in this week's feature.
The Path to a Cure
Chances are, you're infected with HPV--the most common sexually transmitted disease known to man--and you don't even know it. Now, UNM researchers are on the verge of releasing a vaccine that could not only stop the spread of HPV, but with it, eliminate cervical cancer from our vocabulary altogether.
Spotlight: It's Smooth, It's Sweet, It's Vanilla Pop
What happens when you clone B-52s front man Fred Schneider, put the two Freds in a Vegas-style lounge act and ship them off to northern New Mexico? Vanilla Pop, of course! New Mexico's best-kept entertainment secret celebrates three years of Wednesday nights at Martini Grille.
Dining In
The first night of Passover is a near-perfect introduction to the weird, wonderful, complicated world of Jewish food traditions. Laura Marrich explores the anatomy of a Seder plate.
Festival Preview
Homegrown and operated since 2006! The Guild Cinema is proud to host the very first Independent Indigenous Film Festival ever, April 15-16.
Performance Review
A play on worlds--both Private Lives at the Cell Theatre and Dangerous at Sol Arts delve into sex, lies and epistolary eras reimagined.

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Day of Destiny Wrestling

Dom Vitali! Johnny K! The Almighty Sheik! Brute 66! Somebody named Pinky!

I'm not exactly sure who these people are, but I do know that they're going to beat the hell out of each other at the Day of Destiny Wrestling 8. If you, like me, love watching huge sweaty men make guttural threats into a microphone and then hit another huge sweaty man with a chair, then show up at the Westside Community Center this Saturday at 7pm for real local wrasslin' action.

Only $15!

Event Horizon

Red Planet Rising

Thursday, Oct 8: Mars Fiesta

Revel in everything about Mars.


The Daily Word: Diseases Of The Future

The Daily Word

The fall of TV.

Youtube killed the TV star.


No Blame, No Shame.

The formulation of “Telepathy

An unfortunate event of nature.

Computer, what’s wrong?

Haha, what?

The great computer race.

Fuel of the future.

Diseases of the future.

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