Weekly Alibi
 Sep 22 - 28, 2011 
On Tuesday, Oct. 4, Albuquerque voters will take to the polls to pick city councilors, decide whether to approve bonds and make their feelings about red-light cameras known. As always, the Alibi has interviewed every candidate and mulled over every bondhere's what we found.
NEWS/OPINION
One CEO wants to build an uninhabited city in the middle of the desert where his company, Pegasus Global Holdings, can test emerging technologies like geothermal power, water purification, broadband efficiency, self-driving vehicles and security systems.
MUSIC
Elizabeth W. Hughes skips town for a chilly evening on the mountain in Telluride with micro brews and The Flaming Lips.
FOOD
Mitigating abundances of corn and basil is not as daunting when handled via New Mexican chicos and Mediterranean-style basil.
FILM & TV
French musician, lover and iconoclast Serge Gainsbourg finally gets the biopic he so richly deserves in Joann Sfar's Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life.
ARTS/LIT
A four-decade retrospective on display at Exhibit/208 shows Bruce Lowneyrock star of the printmaking world, master of the tri-tone lithograph.
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY

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