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 Mar 5 - 11, 2009 
Amy Dalness learns how to fall, fight and get hit by a car Hollywood style during her week-long trip to film stunt school.
NEWS/OPINION
The domestic partnership bill falls in the state Senate, but advocates cling to the hope that it will eventually pass. And UNM's faculty says the university spends too much on administrative salaries.
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Creationism? What's the Legislature up to now?
MUSIC
Saxophonist David Sánchez blends the rigor and freedom of post-bop jazz with an African/Caribbean sensibility. Plus, We Should Be Dead moves from Ireland to L.A. to let its power-pop shine.
FOOD
It's tough to get a bead on Zohra Ethnic Foods' diverse menu, but patient diners are rewarded with chicken worth crowing about. Meanwhile, find out how to prepare your garden for the apocalypse.
FILM & TV
Waltz With Bashir mixes techniques of documentary, investigative journalism and personal reminiscence and relates them in a comic strip style of animation. And comedian Russell Brand tries to convert his fame in England into American stardom.
ARTS/LIT
International contemporary dance companies sashay into the North Fourth Art Center during Global DanceFest 2009. Plus, Women & Creativity 2009 highlights the innovative impact of women.

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The Daily Word in bad doctors, accidental shootings and America's talent

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Dr. Christopher S. Driskill, an OB-Gyn who is to be the next president the New Mexico Medical Society, had his license suspended over claims that he drank and had sex with patients while on the job.

A section of the lower NE Heights is once again known as the "Mile-Hi District".

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The Denny's across from UNM, a semi-frequent location on the teevee show Breaking Bad is moving to a new building in the Southeast Heights.

A local teenager was accidentally killed with a stolen gun.

State Auditor Hector Balderas released a written review that was very critical of the Bernalillo County Treasurer's Office. Balderas is deeply concerned that "public officials who are entrusted with the investment of public funds violated their fiduciary duties."

A so-far unindicted Detective Keith Sandy is retiring.

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