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 Jan 15 - 21, 2009 
Tricklock tries to keep us from falling into the great abyss of global discord with its ninth annual Revolutions International Theatre Festival. Find out what to expect during this year's amalgamation of theater from around the world.
NEWS/OPINION
Getting medical marijuana to more patients may require suing the feds. The domestic partnership bill gets another chance to succeed during this year's legislative session. And the Albuquerque Journal lays off employees.
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MUSIC
Newgrass royalty Sam Bush may be one of the best mandolin pickers around, but he's still learning how to play. And Kevin Rudolf's In the City proves Cash Money Records finally picked up an artist that shines without all the jewelry.
FOOD
El Norteño rises from the ashes in a new Northeast Heights space to satisfy all your mole and ceviche cravings. And the best way to make baby food in a blender.
FILM & TV
The Wrestler follows aging pro wrestler Randy “The Ram” Robinson, whose fame and fortune is disintegrating in post-millennial America. Plus, the meet-and-greet romance Last Chance Harvey asks: Why can't Baby Boomers delay their midlife crises until at least 50?
ARTS/LIT
Chicana Badgirls: Las Hociconas sees contemporary Chicana art as part of a conversation that began with the civil rights and feminist movements. Meanwhile, Levi Romero's A Poetry of Remembrance: New and Rejected Works includes an extended riff on lowriders from an insider's point of view.

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Music

Rooster Roundabout: This week’s music highlights

Writer Mark Lopez muses on an alternate recording of “Rock and Roll,” album reissues from Pixies and Cursive and a slick Rihanna cover.

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Watsky Slams Words

Spoken word artist and speed-rapper Watsky takes the stage at Sunshine Theater.

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Bringin' Home the Bacon: Southwest Bacon Fest

Over 50 restaurants, food trucks and chefs serve up their most creative bacon dishes.
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