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 Apr 15 - 21, 2010 
Though T.S. Eliot dubbed April “the cruelest month,” since 1996, it’s also National Poetry Month. This year local poets share their work and discuss the process.
Poetry Cake
A history of the poetry scene in Albuquerque
NEWS/OPINION
Westside city councilor Dan Lewis is a family man who runs two business. As the pastor of Soul Rio Church, he's also the only religious leader to be elected to Albuquerque City Council.
Websclusive: LGBT Students Center Stage at UNM
The fight for the Queer Resource Center and a glammy variety show.
MUSIC
Cuban pianist, marimbist and composer Omar Sosa discusses his affinities for Thelonious Monk and Erik Satie, and the importance of having fun.
FOOD
A New Mexican tries American food in Paris and discovers odd and disappointing Dorito pairings.
FILM & TV
Devin D. O'Leary evaluates The Perfect Game in all of its inspirational sports drama glory.
ARTS/LIT
Downtown's Fab Lab ABQ is developing a digital process to replicate priceless artifacts without doing them harm.
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY

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