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Weekly Alibi
 Jun 19 - 25, 2008 
When David Sedaris hits the road on a book tour, he brings mini-bottles of conditioner for teenagers who come to see him. One reader awarded the author's generosity by giving him a stuffed pheasant. It's all in a day's work for the award-winning essayist.
NEWS/OPINION
"Alternative Radio" host David Barsamian says the media is a weapon of mass distraction. City councilors and local youth look into green-collar jobs. Plus, the city comes to a decision on the controversial 2000 Gold condo project.
MUSIC
Albuquerque-based tender-metal band Hit By A Bus will plug in anywhere with an outlet. And N.E.R.D.'s Seeing Sounds is the soundtrack to your next house party.
FOOD
Taj Palace lives up to high Indian food expectations with moist meats and superb service. And the New Mexico Symphony orchestra combines wine, music and altruism at the Vintage Albuquerque Fine Wine and Art Auction.
FILM & TV
The Talking Stick Film Festival provides a platform for Native voices.
ARTS/LIT
The Seven: Something Left Unsaid gives playwrights 10 minutes to tell a story. And Author Marianne Wiggins talks writing, photography and living in the 21st-century West.

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The Daily Word in a Calgary lawn chair balloon flight, a raid on Subway-Jared's house and setting your wifi on "pregnant"

The Daily Word

Last night's storm set records for the Albuquerque area.

A man flew over Calgary sitting in a 20.00 lawn chair attached to helium-filled party balloons.

Subway spokesman Jared Fogle is under investigation for child pornography.

A Chinese company has added a "pregnancy" setting to its latest router.

Donald Trump is digging in behind his absurd claims about illegal immigrants and the ensuing backlash. Also, a Mexican man shot a white woman in San Francisco, so ... thereyago.

Harry Shearer is not leaving The Simpsons after all!

Paula Deen did something stupid and offensive.

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