Nov 25 - Dec 1, 2010
Bone up on New Mexico's fruit of the vine—Maren Tarro directs you to the best tasting rooms and holiday bottles the Land of Enchantment has to offer.
Holiday Wine Guide: New Mexico in a glass
The majority of FCC commissioners are in favor of net neutrality regulations—so why haven't any passed yet?
FCC commish comes to town to talk net neutrality but won’t give a timeline
Election 2010: What did it all mean?
Odds & Ends: Pencil ban, sweet ride, Del Monte in the eye, wear my name
Letters: Love for makers, cotton candy content, bikes in Idaho, Gov. Ego, anti-anti-religion, mourn T-Day, applause for Miss D
editor Michael Henningsen returns with a black metal review and some random tunes from his MP3 collection.
Aural Fixation: Elvis is coming down your chimney tonight
Coffin Break: Autopsy’s “The Tomb Within” is an unabashed bloody gore fest
Jazzed: Ravi Coltrane studies the ways opposites coalesce
Flyer on the Wall: The Dregz want YOU
Song Roulette: Michael Henningsen phucking hates Phish
Congress is voting on the most significant piece of food legislation ever passed. What does it mean for small farms and food safety?
Mina's Dish: Three must-have books for a cook’s library
Food for Thought: Congress will decide the fate of small farms
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
is basically a PG-13 remake of
starring Christina Aguilera and Cher.
Reel World: Experiments in Cinema v6.3 call for entries, Burning podcast
Film Review: Don’t see
for the burlesque
Idiot Box: Thanksgiving around the dial
Week in Sloth: From
“The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation” to “Bridalplasty”
Film Times and Capsules
The third installment in the
series of art galleries that double as local clothing and gift boutiques. This week on the radar: Panda Robot.
Culture Shock: The turkey hand drawing (or THD), plus places to buy local art
Gallery Review: Panda Robot is cute, but not too cute
Performance Review: A tale of betrayal from Tricklock
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology Week of November 25, 2010
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