Weekly Alibi
 Feb 3 - 9, 2011 
Albuquerque has perhaps the highest density of professional cage-fighters per capita, and many of these Mixed Martial Artists choose to live here because of Jackson’s MMA Academy. The Alibi takes a look at the world-class gym.
NEWS/OPINION
Toxic waste lurks under 10 acres of land near Four Hills in Albuquerque, the result of a military and aerospace electronics plant that operated in Tijeras Canyon from the mid- '50s through the '70s. Now the New Mexico Environment Department is preparing to seek federal Superfund classification for site.
MUSIC
New Mexico musicians talk about the dishes and places that whet their rock and roll appetites.
FOOD
Ari LeVaux's guide to yielding an edible garden amidst the clutches of winter.
FILM & TV
In her debut film Tiny Furniture, twentysomething writer-director-actress Lena Dunham is authentic, honest and believable, and makes not attempts to be cool or ironically uncool.
ARTS/LIT
Oz-based musical Wicked may be bright and sparkly and big on delivering a high moral message, but it’s also subversive, hilarious and crisp as a freshly minted dollar bill.
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY

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