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Weekly Alibi
 Feb 12 - 18, 2009 
You love us! You really love us! Find out which cards struck a chord with the Alibi staff in this year's Valentine's Card Contest. Performer Vivienne VaVoom speaks about the changing culture of burlesque. And pit bull defenders put out a pinup.
A landlord evicts a couple expecting a baby. And can legislators breath life into domestic partnership legislation?
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The theatrical, meaty Americana of Murder by Death plots the perfect crime at the Launchpad. And Omar Rodriguez Lopez of The Mars Volta releases Old Money, a psychedelic barrage of Latin and funk-based roots.
In an area weighed down by chains and big brands, Blue Cactus Grill rekindles the love affair between New Mexicans and New Mexican food. And sticky-sweet fried baby beets will get your sweetheart's blood pumping.
Following the year of the vampire, we take a look at a gem from the golden era of Blaxploitation: Blacula. Meanwhile, there’s no avoiding the cultural impact of the Snuggie.
The Strauss/Warschauer Klezmer Duo headlines the weekend of music, dance and instruction that is Klezmerquerque. Plus, with President's Day fast approaching, we play Do, Date or Dump with America's commanders-in-chief.

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Shop and Sip

Moonstone Sunday: A Curated Lifestyle Pop Up Shop

Each month various local small businesses, primarily lead by women, set up shop selling anything from terrariums and '60s dresses to the perfect red lipstick.

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Watch Those Teeth!


Join zookeepers and educators to learn all about crocodilian conservation efforts with hands-on discovery stations.
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Children of the Dawn

DJ Cyberkid • EDM, house

EDM continues to proliferate, turning concert venues across America into late night/early morning electro-ritual centers where almost anything is possible...
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