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Weekly Alibi
 Oct 25 - 31, 2007 
Alibi staffers thumb their noses at the dark spirits and risk their souls for readers' entertainment with a series of harrowing horror dares. Plus, searching for spirits in Santa Fe and a chat with Alice Cooper.
NEWS/OPINION
An environmental group has troubling news for New Mexico water drinkers, city councilors aren't sure if the red-light cameras increase or decrease traffic accidents and Village Voice executives get sent to the slammer.
MUSIC
What they lack in clever costume ideas, experimental indie rock outfit Minus the Bear more than makes up for in musical proficiency. Hear what the New Mexico contingent in the band has to say about touring and leaving the Land of Enchantment.
FOOD
Snack pundits debate the value of candy corn. Meanwhile, our restaurant reviewer is all aglow after dining at the Sunshine Café and sipping the New Mexico Tea Company's wares.
FILM & TV
Lake of Fire examines both sides of the abortion issue while Dan in Real Life finds the romance in realism.
ARTS/LIT
Get the inside scoop on Albuquerque's haunted theaters, and Anne Enright's new novel The Gathering kicks the blarney out of Irish wakes.

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Alibi Picks

A Nutcracker Navidad

The Nutcracker Ballet in the Land of Enchantment

Featuring choreography by Patricia Dickinson Wells and a full live orchestra under the baton of Guillermo Figueroa.

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The Daily Word in friends of the court, Jackalopes, stolen dogs and cool laboratories

The Daily Word

Citizens are encouraged to submit Friend of the Court Briefs to U.S. District Judge Robert Brack ahead of an upcoming settlement between the Department of Justice and the City of Albuquerque. The settlement is designed to restructure the city's police department.

City Councilor Dan Lewis is also a vice president at Desert Fuels, our state's largest petroleum wholesaler. Plus which, gas now costs about 2 bucks a gallon.

APS Board of Education member Kathy Korte is suing UNM over her termination from University Hospital following a controversial Facebook post. The suit alleges "retaliatory actions undertaken in violation of Korte’s (First Amendment) civil rights."

Cattleman Aubrey Dunn finally beat incumbent veterinarian Ray Powell in the race to be New Mexico State Land Commissioner.

A local man allegedly spied on his wife with hidden cameras.

Los Alamos National Bank is planning to foreclose on a Jackalope.

The former director of our local Air Force Research Laboratory’s Directed Energy Directorate at Kirtland Air Force Base has died.

Harley the dog, stolen from a local gas station on Wyoming Boulevard, has been gratefully returned to his owners.

There's a really cool laboratory at UNM's Department of Physics and Astronomy.

An Albuquerque man caught two huge rainbow trout at Escondida Lake.

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The Daily Word In Kidnapped Puppies, Selena Gomez Freaking Out And A List Of All The Things To Do In ABQ Today!

The Daily Word

It's Wednesday December 17th!

Prince turned down an opportunity to be on The Simpsons and less surprisingly so did Tom Cruise!

"NO ONE UNDERSTANDS ME!" says Selena Gomez at Taylor Swift's 25th birthday party.

If your life feels terrible right now, or you're nursing an incredible hang over from a work holiday party, watch this video of puppies playing with their mom in the snow. It'll make you feel better.

Proof that you can return all the expensive gifts you got for your children and give them onions and bananas instead!

Oh SNAP! BBC is gettin' real with this list of the worst CEOs of 2014!

Garfield! Because everyone needs more Garfield in their life.

Everything is actually more terrible than we realized, because someone stole a disabled veteran's dog from a gas station on Wyoming.

And for anyone who says there isn't anything to do in Albuquerque, here is a comprehensive guide to ALL the things to do today!

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