Weekly Alibi
 Mar 27 - Apr 2, 2008 
More than one-and-a-half centuries later, Explorer Ignacio Maximo de Chavez' dairy is unearthed. Behold his harrowing and mule-filled last days searching for the legendary Crystal Canyon.
NEWS/OPINION
North Valley residents are furious that a cement transfer station wants to spew more pollution. A humanitarian photographer discusses his life's work, and Comcast pays passersby to take up space at a public hearing.
FASHION
Saul Williams models his new line of knuckle-and neck-accessories. Meanwhile, the Alibi's foray into spring fashion reveals hipster trends from across the region.
BOXCAR
Our new "Boxcar" section has all kinds of tips for eating and drinking on the outrageously cheap. From street fare to hooch, learn to live like hobo royalty.
FILM & TV
21 provides yet another Vegas-bound drama for people who've watched “Celebrity Poker Showdown” once or twice and can sing at least the chorus to Kenny Rogers’ “The Gambler.”
SOAP
Our first-ever "Soap" section will have you feeling clean as a whistle with a new caffeine-infused body cleanser and an in-depth analysis of which cleaner is king: Bar or liquid soap?
MARTIAL ARTS
In the debut of the Alibi's "Martial Arts" section, we uncover the truth about improv comedians' secret ninja backgrounds, and sci-fi author and black belt Walter Jon Williams teaches you how to defend yourself from monsters.

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Personals

"I Saw You" on the Central Ave. Median

Who saw? Who was seen? Was it you?

“Charity creates a multitude of sins.” –Oscar Wilde | Reply or see more “I Saw You” ads at alibi.com/personals.

I was behind you in the checkout at Smiths on 4th on 4/14, 6pm

I was behind you in the checkout lane at Smith's on 4th Street. You looked up as I began to put my groceries onto the belt, you stopped for a minute, we looked at one another and smiled. Our eyes met several more times. I wished that you would talk to me. You finished checking out. When I came out of the store I saw you again putting your groceries into your white truck. We smiled again. I put my groceries into my silver Honda. We met at the basket return. I wished you had asked for my number.

MY BAD: I'LL BE MORE ATTENTIVE NEXT TIME

YES, It is MY BAD in that the fender of my classic Nash Metropolitan grazed you, however so slightly, while YOU appeared out of nowhere from the median of Central Avenue, sporting a cardboard placard emblazoned with "NO MORE EATING OF GUINEA PIGS BY SOUTH AMERICANS." Not hip to the current causes of rectifying injustices, and stalled at the next red light, I offered you a donation of five bucks toward your endeavors. YOU graciously declined the offer and said, "Shove it up your ass, dickweed.”

Very Sweet

You work at the Coop here on campus. You used to have longer hair than you do now (which btw works either way). Usually when I see you, I get super nervous. I wish I knew what to say. I don't think I'd ever have a chance but I'd just like to let you know, you are very handsome and seeing you when I do, is very nice.

Sincerely,

Not a creeper.

"Your Smell Made Me Well"

Whenever I see you, my mind flashes on a flood of memories: Mooshie saying I'd make a great Daddy; the sweetness of your mouth after our marathon kissing sessions; the silky-softness of your skin; waking to your golden hair in the morning sun; the oniony scent of your underarms; the slightly musky scent from under your perfect breasts; the yeasty scent from between your alabaster thighs; the hammy scent from between your marvelous buttocks. Without you I survive, I don't live. Come back.

Press Release

Statement From the Department of Justice Condemning Threats of Violence Against Police Officers

ALBUQUERQUE – Last week the Department of Justice announced findings that the Albuquerque Police Department has systemic failures that have led to a pattern or practice of unconstitutional use of force, including deadly force. Although these problems are serious and run deep, we have the commitment of the City to work together to bring about meaningful reform within the Albuquerque Police Department.

We have learned that fliers advocating violence against police officers are being disseminated in Albuquerque. The Justice Department condemns threats of violence against police officers, and encourages all sectors of the community to participate in the critical dialogue that will bring about the reform that will promote constitutional policing and will rebuild the community’s trust in its Police Department. The path to reform is through dialogue among the City, the Police and the many communities that make up Albuquerque, and the negotiation and implementation of a court-enforceable agreement.

Individuals who wish to have input into developing the reforms or who have information relevant to the Justice Department’s investigation into the use of force by the Albuquerque Police Department are encouraged to contact us by email at community.albuquerque@usdoj.gov or by calling our toll free number, (855) 544-5134, which is available for both English and Spanish speakers.

    news

    The Daily Word in Google drones, banning cars from the Santa Fe plaza and rumours of an AC/DC breakup have snowballed

    The Daily Word

    Albuquerque police and family members are looking for this mentally disabled kid who ran away from school on April 9th. He was last seen (by this writer) in the 4th and Central area yesterday evening.

    Tuesday April 15th 2014: your taxes are due.

    There was blood on the moon last night.

    Google bought a drone company in Moriarty, New Mexico.

    The mayor of Santa Fe wants to make the plaza pedestrian-only.

    Pollution in China is affecting the weather.

    Things are heating up in Ukraine.

    Pulitzers were announced.

    Dr. Kevorkian painted a lot of surreal and creepy pictures.

    There is a smoke ring halo over England.

    Munich has "official nudist zones".

    It was a long way to the top in this dog eat dog world, but it now looks like the end of the highway for AC/DC.

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