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Weekly Alibi
 May 22 - 28, 2008 
The National Video Game Championships spawn in Burque, the shifting frontiers of "emergent play" and Brenda answers all your gaming inquiries in this year's Video Game Issue.
Emerge Remerge Demerge
Emergence in video games—hypertextualzed with choice links, images and moving pictures. We googled so you don't have to!
NEWS/OPINION
There are new rules to follow before you become an inker or piercer in New Mexico. The California Supreme Court's decision to override a ban on gay marriage could have national ramifications. And a biker with one leg treks to Telluride.
MUSIC
The Dresden Dolls invite you to their punkish cabaret. And Steel Tigers of Death says you can either laugh or go screw yourself.
FOOD
Sahara Middle Eastern Eatery has dishes that are fun to say and a joy to consume. Plus, a local website with the down low on Albuquerque eats.
FILM & TV
Whimsical British import Son of Rambow shows the power of cinema through children's eyes. Plus, Devin D. O'Leary's review of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull!
ARTS/LIT
The June Music Festival branches out. Plus, prolific novelist Louise Erdrich listens to her inner voices.

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The Daily Word in The Interview, Santa's bad behavior and that cute sun baby from Teletubbies

The Daily Word

Good morning, it's Christmas Eve, 2014,

and the creepily-cute sun baby from Teletubbies revealed herself after 19-years of silence,

Santa Claus was somehow shanghaied into selling assault rifles,

probably because he was high,

Internet-fame-hungry murderer Luka Magnotta has been “dealt the harshest possible verdict” for killing and eating a Chinese national,

Santa Fe’s Jean Cocteau Theater WILL being showing The Interview on Christmas Day,

but Pornhub knows that some of us will be doing our Christmas "viewing" at home. With all the lights off and the door locked.

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Daily Word in North Korea, Santa, drinking on the job and 2014 in hindsight.

The Daily Word

North Korea lost the Internet for nine hours.

Check out these awesome Leading Ladies of 2014!

Santa has been up to all kinds of shenanigans all over the world.

Sony defies N. Korea and authorizes screenings of “The Interview”.

Taliban push in to previously US-secured areas.

Here is a review of 2014 in pictures … wow.

NJ principal demoted for sign typos that were truly elementary.

Have a round on the Boss: Drinking at work could make you a better employee!

Sweden opens newest Icehotel.

ABQ dentist offers free care on Christmas Eve.

New Mexico CYFD gets new leadership.

Copper thieves make off with $32,000 worth of wire from Winrock.

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The Daily Word in KISS, Creed and cryptids.

The Daily Word

A Texas plumber's work truck ended up in the hands of ISIS, and he has no idea how.

Dr. Oz s a quack.

The best part of waking up is Kiss’ Paul Stanley in your cup.

A runaway bin lorry caused multiple fatalities in Glasgow.

A driver in France also mowed down several pedestrians in the town of Dijon.

In more uplifiting French news, research shows champagne bubbles may be cause for celebration.

The former singer of Creed lost his marbles a while back and has yet to regain them.

Pope Francis' Christmas speech to the Vatican Clergy was not all warm and fuzzy.

George W. the painter tries to get the nose right.

Review the year in bigfoot sightings.

Me hungover? You hungover.

Songbirds can sense tornadoes in time to get the heck away.

A South Valley rehab center is under Norovirus quarantine.

When you shoplift an axe you become and axe-wielding shoplifter.

Don’t hold your breath on that downtown ice-skating rink.

Happy birthday, Barbara Billingsley.

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