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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.
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.
Jeremy Barnes and Heather Trost of Albuquerque band A Hawk & A Hacksaw present to the world The Boone-Tolliver Recordings—two out-of-print, '50s, living room-recorded EPS by Kentucky musician John Jacob Niles.
James Beard award-winning chef Mark Kiffin is the creator of new Nob Hill tequila bar and fancy fish taco eatery Zacatecas.
Action flick The Raid is the first Indonesian film to get widespread release in America—probably 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.
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.

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