Weekly Alibi
 Apr 12 - 18, 2012 
¡Ask a Mexican! columnist Gustavo Arellano discusses his new book, Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America, with Alibi restaurant critic Ari LeVaux.
NEWS/OPINION
The statute on the books makes it a fourth-degree felony to help someone take his or her life. A lawsuit brought by two doctors argues that the law doesn't apply to a licensed physician providing aid to a dying person who's mentally competent.
MUSIC
Jeremy Barnes and Heather Trost of Albuquerque band A Hawk & A Hacksaw present to the world The Boone-Tolliver Recordingstwo out-of-print, '50s, living room-recorded EPS by Kentucky musician John Jacob Niles.
FOOD
James Beard award-winning chef Mark Kiffin is the creator of new Nob Hill tequila bar and fancy fish taco eatery Zacatecas.
FILM & TV
Action flick The Raid is the first Indonesian film to get widespread release in Americaprobably because it's so accessible: The story is simple, light on the dialogue and doesn’t waste a lot of time before kicking into martial arts.
ARTS/LIT
The 12th annual Words Afire! festival offers audiences a chance to glimpse a new generation of playwrights, and playwrights a chance to flesh out their work.
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY

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