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This Week at the Guild Cinema
Festival of Film Noir, Wal-Mart: The High Cost of a Low Price, and Green
Look what’s playing at the Guild this week. We accidentally lost their ad in our print edition—sorry for the inconvenience, everyone!
Get Help Moving from the New Mexico Lottery
Are you planning on moving to a new apartment? If so, Sergio Gutierrez just won a new truck. He won it with a $3 “Bucks & Trucks” scratcher he bought at an Allsup’s in Santa Fe because his wife didn’t pack him a lunch (again). Sergio is reportedly so happy he could cry, but is aware of the social taboos against it.
The Daily Word in foodstamps, mugshots and eyeballs
In the news: Patrick Swayze’s mom died, shooting in Chicago, foodstamps, ramen crust pizza, lightsaber thumbwrestling, Amanda Kooser, antelope, King Nerd, SNL, Star Trek, pictures of eyeballs, Funny old-timey mugshots, Mountain Dew Mouth, Mary and Tito’s, Devin O’Leary
The Daily Word in Flooding, Bacon, Bacteria and Pornotopia
In the news: Friday the 13th, Al-Qaeda chief urges attacks, bacon in the oven, gut bacteria may be linked to bitchiness, Ig Nobel Prizes, Roadkill, Monkeys think, Nirvana, Fancy things, more rain through Sunday, complications, inconveniences, Supreme Court rules in favor of Pornotopia, Barbara Bain
Charles Bradley and the Extraordinaires: Surprise Show Tonight at Sister!
And it’s only $3 if you wear a funny hat. I made up the funny hat part.
The Daily Word in John Mellencamp, Wayne Bent, Obama and Guillermo del Toro.
In the news: John Cougar’s sons, Pepsi flavored Cheetos, dirty underwear vending machines, Obama played cards, shark ate a lady’s arm, Lisa Robin Kelly, Rosalia Mera, Area 51, Guillermo del Toro’s sketchbook, Google yanked YouTube access, Shittens, animals wearing clothes, first game for Google Glass, Wayne Bent, Alibi covered Bent’s case, Robert Culp
Cryptid Alert! View rare film footage of a Great Emancipator.
Though most people generally accept the existence of Abraham Lincolns as fact, there has been very little scientific proof (beyond photographs, eyewitness accounts, etc.) to confirm it. Until now. This newly uncovered film footage of a Lincoln in its natural habitat provides perhaps the most compelling evidence of their existence to date. If you see one of these in the woods, don’t shoot it. Yes, I’m looking at you, Mr. Booth.
Two of New Mexico's Youth Volunteers are honored with a warm, sweaty handshake from Kevin Spacey.
On May 5th, two New Mexico students received awards for their volunteer services. The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards gave Brianna Swinderman, from Rio Rancho, and Joseph Lee Estrada, from Velarde, titles as New Mexico's top youth volunteers for 2013 and as State Honorees.
Glitterdick’s lost singer has been found.
Yesterday, Glitterdick drummer Suzi alerted music fans on the web that the band had neither seen nor heard from singer Kendoll Killjoy (a.k.a. Kendal Fortson) for over a month following the Albuquerque-based band’s return from their West Coast tour. We’re pleased to report that Suzi has just received contact from Kendoll, and he is fine. He just wasn’t checking his email. Suzi writes:
Mysteries of the Unconscious at North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center
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