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Weekly Alibi
 Jan 3 - 9, 2008 
It was the best of years, it was the worst of years. We've compiled a staggering list of the good and the bad from 2007 for our annual Best and Worst issue.
Take a peek back at some national and local media snafus from '07 and look ahead to a few stories that should unfold in the coming year. Plus, what's up with White History Week?
The CDs to snag and the ones to burn. And The Zou's artsy prog-rock works for snobs and slobs alike.
Slate Street Café is a place where you can wolf down a PB and J with your elbows on the table and still feel like a grown-up. Plus, gorge on the biggest food stories of 2007.
The best and worst films of the year and the bullets, ballots and booze in Charlie Wilson's War.
Scope out the top 10 local art happenings and read up on the top 10 books of the year.

RSSRaw posts and updates from our writers with info too timely or uncategorizable for print. What, we said something stupid? Chime in, buddy.


The Daily Word in dildos, Christopher Columbus, intelligence and Google

The Daily Word

Albuquerque is one of the few cities to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day.

Through a freak accident, one man was able to buy Google's domain for $12, if only just for a few minutes.

Science can now predict how smart you are.

#CocksnotGlocks: One Texas University protests campus carry law with dildos.

Tail as old as time. Man crashes car while under the influence, then blames dog for driving.

Next time you're in NYC stop by this Will Ferrell themed bar.

Two orphaned sisters are reunited after forty years, while working on the same hospital floor.

On this day, let's remember Columbus for his true legacy. And add the term Columbusing to your dictionary.

Mikel Cee Karlsson

Event Horizon

El Angel de la Musica

Monday, Oct 12: José González • indie, folk • Riothorse Royale

González's voice is heavenly and when combined with his soothing classical guitar melodies, causes elation of the senses.

Event Horizon

History's Overlooked Spaces

Saturday, Oct 10: Outhouses: Underrated Icons of New Mexico History

Learn about how outhouses were introduced to New Mexico, their essential role in communities across the state and their continued presence as historical artifacts.
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