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Weekly Alibi
 Sep 3 - 9, 2009 
John Bear fought the law: A guide to being a lefty journalist in Oklahoma.
Guerrilla Queer Bar, an online community designed to fill our burg's big gay void, descends on Albuquerque watering holes. And not all senior citizens are afraid of health care reform.
Ween gets ready to paint the town brown ... except it's already brown. And for the third year, Monolith Festival at Red Rocks brings the beats, environmentally.
Quesada's New Mexican Restaurant is magically delicious. Also, whilst in the midst of tomato season, a few thoughts on the BLT.
The Garden documents the dramatic grassroots fight to go green. Plus 2009 was the highest grossing summer movie season ever—we evaluate this year's box office crop/crap.
CNM's Visual Individuals at Harwood Art Center brings community college faculty and staff together in an artful way. And The Dolls perform Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest the way it should be performed—in drag.

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Event Horizon

Peruse the Brews

Saturday, Oct 10: 6th Annual New Mexico Brew Fest

Celebrate New Mexico's thriving craft beer industry.

The Daily Word on Aliens, Entertainment, and Politics

The Daily Word

Your favorite cartoon about a metal band needs your help to end.

Indigenous Peoples Day became an official thing in Albuquerque.

The new season of American Horror Story is making headlines, be they good or bad.

A local woman claims to know of a bomb at Winrock last night.

Slime in apple juice makes some people exited about aliens.

Country-turned-pop singer Taylor Swift is facing very little piracy. Why aren't you stealing her stuff?

Gay people are allowed to do things in Indiana once more.

It costs more, but you'll pay it gladly. Netflix ups their price by one whole US dollar.

A Burque family is rescued by their wonderful dog.

Neon Tommy/Katie Buenneke

Event Horizon

Can I Get a Hallelujah?

Friday, Oct 9: Hozier • blues, indie, soul

If you are in the mood for some romanticized angst or upbeat songs about awful things then this is the show for you.
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