Weekly Alibi
 Mar 6 - 12, 2008 
It wasn't easy, but the Alibi's Christie Chisholm spent an entire winter week eating only locally grown foods and lived to tell about it.
What is “Grass Farming”?
Find out with an exclusive interview with renowned grass farmer Joel Salatin.
NEWS/OPINION
How to attract birds, bees and butterflies to your backyard. Multimillion-dollar slaves. And "To Catch a Predator" on trial.
MUSIC
Musicians reflect on the loss of the burned-down Golden West Saloon and we look at what the future holds for the fixture of the Downtown music scene. Plus, fireworks, bikinis and an all-drum sonic seizure.
FOOD
We sample everything Saratori’s di Tully and Cupcakeology bakeries have to offer, and UNM teams up with local farmers for a fresh approach to scholastic food options.
FILM & TV
Semi-Pro doesn't tinker with Will Ferrell's winning gameplan. And 2004's Double Dare covers the lives and careers of two legendary Hollywood stuntwomen.
ARTS/LIT
The Global DanceFest shrinks our planet, while author Natalie Goldberg, founder of the "Just Write" movement, sits down for a chat.

RSSRaw posts and updates from our writers with info too timely or uncategorizable for print. What, we said something stupid? Chime in, buddy.
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The Daily Word in college woes, a handsy officer and BDSM

The Daily Word

Kentucky firefighters were hurt while trying to perform the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge for charity.

Daniel Ken Holtzclaw, a 27-year-old police officer in Oklahoma City, has been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting six women.

A Tallahassee federal judge ruled Florida's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional.

According to a new New York Times poll, most white people “reserve judgment” in regards to whether the Michael Brown shooting was justified. Blacks, on the other hand, stand firm that it was not.

Surprise, surprise: College students are wondering whether getting a degree is worth the cost and debt they'll undertake from acquiring it.

Today the APS board will interview four interim superintendents to take over for Winston Brooks, who resigned last Friday.

Alex Gallegos, an Albuquerque murder suspect, has been apprehended after a shootout on Wednesday afternoon that left several schools on lockdown and shut down Taylor Ranch Road.

A woman who was admitted to UNM Hospital and tested for Ebola is not infected with the virus. So don't be all paranoid.

According to police data: Despite recent acts of violence, Albuquerque is on course to have “far fewer” homicides this year than in past years. So … good news?

NSFW: In case you were curious, here are some photos of the dual lives of everyday people who practice BDSM. It beats 50 Shades, no?

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The Daily Word in David Correia, homelessness and ancient shrimp

The Daily Word

Battery charges against UNM professor, local activist, and Alibi contributor David Correia have been dropped.

A local man allegedly rode to his appointment with a probation officer on a stolen electric shopping cart.

The Albuquerque Isotopes won on the road last night after losing 6 of 7 in their last home stand.

An ancient species of shrimp lives in Albuquerque.

APD has a brand-new “crisis vehicle."

The City Council is considering raising the gross receipts tax in order to assuage homelessness.

A Burque balloon factory is in the works.

Puddles of urine found at the BioPark Zoo may have human sources.

Some of the intersections downtown are dangerous.

Operations at the City’s Police Oversight Committee have officially been suspended.

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The Not Quite Weekly Podcast! #5

Events, interviews, rambling attempts at jokes!

This week comedian Genevieve Mueller joins us to discuss happenings in the ABQ comedy scene and her interview with Josh Blue.

And calendars editor Mark Lopez hypes events, and we engage in a discussion of the merits of Albuquerque, N.M. vs. Corpus Christi, Texas.

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