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Weekly Alibi
 Jun 25 - Jul 1, 2009 
Ari LeVaux climbs in the cage with the world's best mixed martial arts fighters. They're right here in Albuquerque.
Abortion clinic demonstrators test the patience of neighborhood residents. The Duke City Derby postpones its season while skaters scramble to find a new venue. And the city won't let Joy Junction use the old Westside jail to house Albuquerque's homeless.
Websclusive: Answer Me This
Rock out with your news bits out.
Websclusive: Richardson and the Spiders from Mars
The guv breaks ground on galactic tourism.
Websclusive: P is for Pummel
See Jane knock in Spot's teeth.
Cal Haines has played with Diahann Carroll, Al Greene and Clark Terry, but perhaps the jazz drummer's most impressive credential is his latest CD, The Bright Side. Meanwhile, after getting married, the gothic new-wave act Post Honeymoon finds out what it's like to make music as a twosome.
Paisano’s homemade pasta nails the sweet spot between supple and firm. And just add a pair of farmers' market eggs for a hearty breakfast with nature's fake steak: king trumpet mushrooms.
Two documentaries at Guild Cinema take an artful but layman-friendly look at the ways art is defined. Plus, "Man vs. Cartoon" picks up the explosive science-as-entertainment thread started by “MythBusters” and runs it off a cliff (literally).
LAND/ART is as big as the Earth is round and just as gorgeous. Plus, technology and creativity collide at dorkbot.

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Red Planet Rising

Thursday, Oct 8: Mars Fiesta

Revel in everything about Mars.


The Daily Word: Diseases Of The Future

The Daily Word

The fall of TV.

Youtube killed the TV star.


No Blame, No Shame.

The formulation of “Telepathy

An unfortunate event of nature.

Computer, what’s wrong?

Haha, what?

The great computer race.

Fuel of the future.

Diseases of the future.

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Get Your Gay Geek On

Friday, Oct 9: Southwest Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

26 LGBT-centric dramas, comedies, documentaries, romances and horror films from around the world.
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