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Weekly Alibi
 Aug 10 - 16, 2006 
Rekindling the Faith
Holy tourist trap! There's a lot more to Santa Fe than tin crosses, overpriced burritos and pastel landscape art. The Alibi digs through a mesa of tchotchkes and unearths the stuff we love about the City Different.
NEWS/OPINION
Talking Points
Trained as a massage therapist, Michelle Cheney was thrust into the role of autism researcher when her 3-year-old son was diagnosed with the disease.
More Nukes?
Nuclear reaction: Activists are panicked that Los Alamos National Labs is seeking an increase in nuclear bomb materials production. Should you?
MUSIC
Spotlight: Ordered Mayhem
Tucked away on a remote gravel road in Santa Fe, High Mayhem is the most revolutionary New Mexico music venue you've never heard of.
FOOD
Feed Reader
Dinner in the City Different--Laura Marrich devours Santa Fe's hottest batch of books for cooks and comes back for seconds with an easy guide to growers' markets in the area.
FILM & TV
Film Interview
Oliver Stone's stars and stripes--the iconic director behind World Trade Center shows the Alibi his true colors in an exclusive interview.
FEATURE
ARTS/LIT
Author Interview
We liked J.R. Moehringer's memoir The Tender Bar so much we started an online book club! Pick up the book, log on to alibi.com and join the nerd party.

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