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Weekly Alibi
 Aug 7 - 13, 2008 
Three years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans is still trying to get back on its feet. But stories and camaraderie still abound in one of the nation's most distinctive cities.
Tales from Crescent City
Bonus photography from New Orleans.
The Gambit
Questions and answers we couldn't squeeze into the paper.
NEWS/OPINION
A bill demanding equal insurance coverage for those with mental illness struggles to get through Congress. Swing dancing and politics merge. And the importance of making sure journalists' sources stay protected.
MUSIC
With a firm foothold on the West Coast, Or, the Whale looks to conquer Santa Fe. Meanwhile, soulful singer Bonnie Watts brings a little Chicago to the Land of Enchantment.
Websclusive: New Orleans Playlist
Hear some of the music from Soul Sister's playlist.
FOOD
A look at some of the New Orleans restaurants that took a lickin' and kept on serving. Plus, get the most out of your wine tasting experience.
FILM & TV
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor is schlocky, shallow and deliberately pointless. It's also shockingly enjoyable. And Kicking It tells the heartwarming story of the Homeless World Cup.
ARTS/LIT
Adriana Mater at the Santa Fe Opera evokes, in a way, Star Wars. And the Mother Road Theatre's first-ever Young Playwrights Festival gives youth the chance to see their words on stage.

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4th of July Celebrate Freedom

An afternoon and evening of food, fun, family and fireworks, featuring carnival games, volleyball, picnic areas, a dunk tank and more.

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Friends of the Weirder Side of Folk: BaBa CD Release Show!

See a concert with banjo and tuba duo BaBa, as well as performances by Pawn Drive and Joe Daddy and Hoodoo Jeff.
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Rad Verbage: To the Last Word Poetry Slam

An open mic and poetry slam.
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