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 Jul 24 - 30, 2008 
Marisa Demarco roars into the fast lane of the city's drag racing community. Buckle your seat belt, and come along for the ride.
NEWS/OPINION
The first jail-based charter school in the country will open its doors in New Mexico. Outed CIA agent Valerie Plame Wilson talks with the Alibi about her new book and her move to New Mexico. Plus, how is the city handling a homicide-filled week? And do Albuquerque residents think their city is safe?
MUSIC
Reedman Paquito D’Rivera is equally at home with classical, Latin and jazz music, while The Life and Times is a snarling, chimey guitar- and Rhodes keyboard-fed pit bull.
FOOD
Just Muffin Around gives you two choices: Gorge yourself on fresh-baked muffins or order a lunch mom would be proud of. Plus, guzzle a strong and piney Indian Pale Ale—from a can.
FILM & TV
The Dark Knight exceeds lofty expectations and Mamma Mia! isn't as cringetastic as we thought it would be.
ARTS/LIT
The Madness of King Georgie Bush takes aim at our administration and lets 'er rip, putting the reality of our political situation on stage in a Shakespearean way. And Uwem Akpan's Series of Shorts transports you into the lives of Africa's disadvantaged children.

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