Weekly Alibi
 Dec 8 - 14, 2011 
Radio personality TJ Trout retires from 94 Rock after 25 years of crude, lewd and influential morning banter.
NEWS/OPINION
Forty years after the first printing of the breakthrough feminist health reference Our Bodies, Ourselves, its executive director Judy Norsigian discusses current politics surrounding the female body.
MUSIC
Lone Star state raconteur and troubadour Kinky Friedman stops in Santa Fe on his 14-city Hanukkah Tour. In an interview, he discusses the importance of satire and the interpersonal skills required to be a Wal-Mart greeter.
FOOD
Flying Star Café—with its menu that ranges from health to comfort food; made with local, organic, humane, fair trade ingredients; available at nine locations from Albuquerque to Santa Fe—is like an old friend we've come to trust.
FILM & TV
In an interview, documentarian Chris Metzler discusses his new, madcap, punk rock film Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone.
ARTS/LIT
Blackout Theatre take on Dickens' A Christmas Carol with haunting live music and creative puppetry.
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY

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