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Weekly Alibi
 Dec 11 - 17, 2008 
There's no need to travel all over town to find holiday gifts in a hurry. The Last-Minute Gift Guide is your key to walkable, stress-free shopping.
NEWS/OPINION
PC Magazine says New Mexico has the slowest Internet in the country. The Huffington Post is worth more than many newspaper companies. And three years after returning from Iraq, Army officer Alex E. Limkin still struggles to cope with the memories of combat.
MUSIC
Resonance's self-titled release proves you can make a ton of music with only a voice, a tuba and a little percussion. Meanwhile, Charmed takes on the darkness and finds the light with Bitter Suite 7. Plus, folk-country band Olin and the Moon brings heart to Los Angeles.
FOOD
The Pueblo Harvest Café and Bakery specializes in Native American dishes with a continental twist. And for the love of God, don't cook with beer or wine you wouldn't enjoy drinking.
FILM & TV
The Edge of Heaven is a hyperlink drama that's doggedly undramatic. And is it time to give up on "Heroes"?
ARTS/LIT
Christmas at the Yucca Vista is a holiday satire in drag that takes on religion, hypocrisy, class and our obsession with voyeuristic entertainment. And even art might need a bailout.

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