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 Nov 27 - Dec 3, 2008 
How did wine from New Mexico end up in the pages of the New York Times? Should we worry about terroir? And what vino does Rudolfo Anaya drink on the first day of Christmas? Find out in our Holiday Wine Guide.
NEWS/OPINION
Before pollutants get thrown in the air, the city's Air Quality Division wants you to know about it. But is it doing enough to keep you informed? And a local sci-fi novelist gets to talk with a real-life space commander.
Websclusive: Answer Me This
Your weekly news quiz (where the right answer isn't always C).
Websclusive: Up Close to Suffering
An interview with Amy Costello, who was nominated for an Emmy for her reporting on Darfur.
MUSIC
Singer-songwriter Shara Worden uses her penetrating insight to dissect the epic, cultured, dark and beautiful My Brightest Diamond. And The Killers' Day & Age keeps the magic of pop music alive.
FOOD
Michael Cooperman, the director of education for Southern Wine and Spirits in New Mexico, helps dissolve the stereotype that wine experts are snobs. Plus, take a day trip to the region's ultra-hip wine-tasting locales.
FILM & TV
If you’re into loud, frantic and aggressively unsubtle cinema, Transporter 3 is the bomb. And the Sci-Fi Channel's identity crisis deepens with new reality-game shows “Estate of Panic” and “Cha$e.”
ARTS/LIT
Graphic novelist Maureen Burdock fights the powers that be.

RSSRaw posts and updates from our writers with info too timely or uncategorizable for print. What, we said something stupid? Chime in, buddy.
Experiment with "Shapeshifter" and other weird concoctions at ShowOff 4.0.
Experiment with "Shapeshifter" and other weird concoctions at ShowOff 4.0.

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Adult Experimentation at ShowOff 4.0: Curious Concoctions

A grown-up science fair and talent show featuring performances and science fair booth activities.

news

The Daily Word in racist fashion police, net neutrality and GIANT black holes!

The Daily Word

It's Thursday! Not exactly as good as Friday, but still pretty damn good.

The Internet may not be owned by a few corporations soon because Washington seems to be pretty down with net neutrality!

There is a black hole that is 12 billion times larger than the sun and is 900 million years old.

Zendaya Coleman elegantly explained why assuming dreadlocks smell like “patchouli oil” or “weed” is racist and weird. Giuliana Rancic apologizes. The internet gives Coleman a giant high five.

A new proposal would require Lyft and Uber drivers to provide insurance and undergo extensive background checks.

Surveys conclude that over half of all farm workers in America lack “legitimate documents” and therefore have no legal rights or protection.

Alibi Picks

The Sound of Burque

Local band showcases

See a variety of local bands perform at the historic Kimo Theatre.
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