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V.21 No.45 | 11/8/2012

Feature: Film Guide

Feast on Film

Your nutritious guide to holiday movies

What’s hitting the table this holiday season?

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Alibi Picks

Light Up the Night

We don't usually get fantastic winter snowfalls that look like an L.L.Bean catalog, but we do have the River of Lights. Beginning this Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m., get the family to the ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden (2601 Central NW). Thousands of holiday lights are on display in the shape of penguins, lions, dinosaurs, polar bears, birds, fish and other specimens from our natural world. Don't worry, parents; these animals don't bite. Admission is $8 for adults and $4 for children. The River of Lights runs daily through Dec. 30, except on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. For more information and a schedule of special Park and Ride nights, visit cabq.gov/biopark.

V.19 No.48 | 12/2/2010
Roadrunner supplies the barrels and picks up the donations. What could be easier?
Mina Yamashita

Mina's Dish

Sharing the Good Stuff

Be Sweet to Your Friends

We’re in the holiday homestretchmarking time with lunches, dinners, incoming guests, shopping and all the rest that fills December. It’s when you learn to say “no” or commit yourself to a month of event-hopping.

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Alibi Picks

River of Lights

Albuquerque doesn't often get fantastic winter snowfalls to help usher in the holiday season, but it does have the River of Lights. Which rocks. Beginning today from 6 to 9 p.m., explore the Rio Grande Botanic Garden (2601 Central NW) in a feel-like-a-kid-again way. See thousands of holiday lights on display in the shape of penguins, lions, dinosaurs, polar bears, birds, fish and many other specimens from our natural world. Don't worry, parents; these animals don't bite. Admission is $8 for adults and $4 for children. The River of Lights runs daily through Dec. 30, except on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. For more information and a schedule of special Park and Ride nights, visit cabq.gov/biopark.

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Celebrate Bisexuality Day

BiFlag.com

Just when you thought International Talk Like a Pirate Day was on the cutting edge of September's holidays, Celebrate Bisexuality Day is in our midst.

Celebrate Bisexuality Day has been official since 1999. To celebrate, go watch this fun 90s Blur video, support your friends who are out of the closet, educate yourself about the local community, go get a date and please avoid drunkenly making out with members of the same sex just because your significant other thinks it's hot. That's usually less celebratory and more exploitative, unless of course, you explain the situation to the third party in advance. (You can always ask for advice at Carnal Conundrums how to go about that politely.)

Let your Bi Flag fly as this part of our diverse community is celebrated around the world.

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Re-Gifting Gone Bad

This lady opens a wine storage unit to find narsty rotting cheese and sausage meant for the original recipient years ago.

One in five Americans re-gift.

Here’s how to do it right. Here are even more rules.

The green re-gift.

Really? Seinfeld invented the word “re-gift.”

Actually, why do we “gift” at all?

What’s the worst re-gift you ever got?

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