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Weekly Alibi
 Nov 19 - 25, 2009 
In this year's holiday gift guide we deck the halls with locally made goods.
NEWS/OPINION
Former Gov. Gary Johnson talks about the war on drugs, city councilors say goodbye and Gene Grant discusses the green.
Websclusive: Tweets and Comments from the Drug Policy Reform Conference
Transmissions from the Twitterverse.
MUSIC
Dweezil Zappa on the best Christmas gift he ever received. Plus, the ins and outs of music licensing and publishing.
FOOD
Thailand crashes Thanksgiving and brings pumpkin custard. Plus, sweet, edible gifts made in New Mexico. Also, wintertime chicken care.
FILM & TV
An Education evaluates a slightly scandalous mid-century affair set in Britain. Plus, TromaDance 2009 has arrived.
ARTS/LIT
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY

RSSRaw posts and updates from our writers with info too timely or uncategorizable for print. What, we said something stupid? Chime in, buddy.

news

The Daily Word in evolution, extinction and the Department of Love.

The Daily Word

Australopithecus deyiremeda is your newest evolutionary ancestor.

STDs are just another reason hookup apps are gross.

The proud name of FIFA is being “dragged through the mud”.

The Iranian Dept. of Love has a new dating website.

A new childrearing battle has arisen: Cat Dad vs. Tiger Mom.

“We’re beautiful like diamonds in the sky.”

We’ll all die eventually but true extinction won’t happen for awhile.

LOL LOL LOL! Wedgie isn’t the only slang in the dictionary now.

Just another reason why dogs are the best.

news

The Daily Word: in real life vampires and delicious ice cream

The Daily Word

death of the fringes

life imitating art

human evolution 2: electric boogaloo

50 shades of doin it

we all scream for ice cream

nuclear accidents happen

I vant to ve a vampire

bad dog! and pigs and rats. and humans

ready your pitchforks. or just forks. whatever

art is anything you can get away with

NOT THE BEES!!!!!

PRINT IS NOT DEAD!

Alibi Picks

Disco, Glitter and Roller Skates: Xanadu Jr. at N4th Theater

A Greek muse inspires love, laughter and the world's first Roller Disco in this 1980s glitter explosion of a play. Runs through 6/7.
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