Weekly Alibi
 Nov 17 - 23, 2011 
Have yourself a very local Christmas: The Weekly Alibi has found some of the region's best artists, crafters, and goods creators and, with that precious information, devised a guide to a greener holiday.
NEWS/OPINION
In 2009, a report about the Albuquerque Police Department was created for the incoming mayor. It pointed to corruption, fear of retaliation on the force, criticisms from the public and problems with APD's leadership. But Mayor Richard Berry may have never seen that version of the report.
MUSIC
After living in an Uptown commercial strip for three years, this summer all-ages venue Amped Performance Center relocated Downtown and celebrates its grand reopening this weekend.
FOOD
Winter squashalong with turkey, eggnog and perhaps your crazy aunt Berthareserves a place at most holiday tables. Ari LeVaux offers a few squash dishes you'll eat with joy.
FILM & TV
New Zealand writer-director Niki Caro and actress / fellow Kiwi Keisha Castle (of Whale Rider fame) reunite after nine years in the making of The Vintner’s Luck, a film about Winemaking in early-1800s rural France.
ARTS/LIT
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Chris Hedges’ timely and frightening polemical tome Empire of Illusion: The End of Literacy and the Triumph of Spectacle depicts Americans as functionally illiterate and blissfully unaware of our own reality.
ARTS/LIT
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