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Weekly Alibi
 Sep 18 - 24, 2008 
Maren Tarro braves mud and horror stories to find the enigmatic mesa; a place where living off the grid leaves plenty of time for self-growth and calling your own shots—as long as you have enough water to survive.
Albuquerque's about to start drinking river water. A good-natured midway worker tells us what it's like to be employed at the State Fair. And John McCain picks a fight with the media.
17 Hippies stumps iTunes' genre-classification system at ¡Globalquerque! Plus, a faux-interview with Ani DiFranco.
A trip to Northern New Mexico yields bear omelet and roasted lamb heads.
At long last, Santa Fe has a Metaphysical Film Festival. And the locally produced TV pilot "Legal Hawks" hits the KiMo.
Three new exhibits speak to the guts and idealism of youth. And Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Díaz takes the Alibi's call from his hotel bathroom.

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