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The Daily Word In Secret Dungeons, Orangutans and Glitter

By Amelia Olson [ Wed Jan 14 2015 11:58 AM ]
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If you receive an envelope full of glitter that is sure to get all over the damn place, it wasn't me!

Orangutans: they’re just like us!

THIS DOG TAKES HIMSELF TO THE DOG PARK ON THE BUS BECAUSE HE IS A GENIUS AND HAS LIFE FIGURED OUT MORE THAN ANY OF US.

Some guy signed a contract to buy the dormant missile silo in Roswell, taking it off the real estate market and proving that people are actually as bizarre and magnificent as they seem.

A man who was apparently wearing body armor was shot and killed near Constitution last night by APD. The story is still unfolding and there are many questions surrounding the incident.

A guy found a trap door in the closet of his recently rented studio apartment that lead to a secret dungeon. So...that’s totally terrifyingly creepy.

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The Daily Word in Kreskin, tono and the president of Croatia.

By Carl Petersen [ Mon Jan 12 2015 1:11 PM ]
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Two APD officers will be charged with murder in the shooting death of James Boyd.

Here’s a list of last night’s Golden Globe winners.

Guys who post selfies are crazy.

A man with Broca’s aphasia can only say the word “tono,” which isn’t precisely even a word.

Gastrointestinal microbes may cause arthritis.

If you let me stare into your eyes for four minutes you’ll start getting lots of email from me.

A graduate of Los Alamos High School is the new president of Croatia.

Snow is coming to Albuquerque.

Happy birthday, Kreskin.

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The Daily Word in the Keystone XL pipeline, a randy doctor and hand sanitizer

By Mark Lopez [ Fri Jan 9 2015 10:18 AM ]
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In breaking news, the suspects in the Charlie Hebdo massacre have been killed, and a hostage has been freed.

President Obama has proposed a plan to allow people to go to community college for free; however it would cost $60 billion over the course of 10 years. The question remains over how it will be paid for.

The jury selection begins today in the trial of NFL player Aaron Hernandez, who is accused of murdering Odin Lloyd in 2013.

Surveillance footage shows that the two officers who fatally shot Tamir Rice (a 12-year-old who had a pellet gun) gave the boy no aid as he lay wounded by their patrol car.

The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled that Gov. Dave Heineman can approve the route of the "controversial" Keystone XL pipeline, which now leaves it up to the Obama administration to grant approval as well.

The Department of Justice investigates how many sexual assault and harassment cases at the University of New Mexico actually make it to the DA's office.

According to documents Dr. Christopher Driskill missed a birth because he was having sex with another patient.

Some fourth graders were suspended after conspiring to kill their teacher with hand sanitizer (because she was allergic).

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The Daily Word in democracy, pizza and Hotel California

By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Thu Jan 8 2015 12:06 PM ]
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Yesterday's Daily Word proffered in-depth coverage of the Paris terror attacks on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. In the spirit of promoting the universal values of democracy and freedom of expression, here's a link to an English translation of Charlie Hebdo's website. Parlez-vous français? Here's the original, untranslated link.

The drought-sapped rivers of the Southwest formally invite El Niño to kick up "the oomph."

Northbound Girard at Coal is closed as police investigate a city bus crashing into a home. According to APD, no one in the home was injured, and information on passenger injuries is forthcoming.

New Mexico residents don't love pizza enough.

FREE download OTD = Lydia Lunch and Cypress Grove's truly creepy cover of the Eagles' "Hotel California." Stream and download it here.

Lori Nix’s post-apocalyptic dioramas are hella rad.

Wherever you're heading, "bring your Alibis" along for our websclusive weekly pop quiz, a review of dirty German sex comedy Wetlands, your weekly rock sermon, a Netflix-centric We Like to Watch (Instantly) column on Finding Fela!, The Weird World of Blowfly and Hit So Hard, an interview with awesome Native comedy troupe the 1491s and a review of Indian-slash-Nepali restaurant Taste of Himalayas.

Happy birthday, Elvis Presley, Stephen Hawking, Jenny Lewis and David Bowie!

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The Daily Word in Charlie Hebdo

By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Jan 7 2015 1:00 PM ]
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Armed gunmen burst into an editorial meeting at the French satiric weekly Charlie Hebdo and murdered twelve people, including journalists and police officers.

The newspaper, often provocative and controversial, had a reputation for publishing cartoons that lampooned all sectors of society, but especially religion and politics.

In 2005, it drew worldwide attention for publishing caricatures of the prophet Muhammad.

The gunmen, who reportedly shouted "Allahu Ackbar" and "the Prophet is avenged" may have been retaliating against the paper for this reason.

Political cartoonists across Europe gave statements in response.

Salman Rushdie expressed his solidarity with those who died.

Vigils were held worldwide.

The gunmen fled and have not yet been found.

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The Daily Word in the Harwood Art Center, addictive marijuana and a sad dog

By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jan 6 2015 4:09 PM ]
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Here is a great reason to always wear your seat belt.

The alleged Jeffrey Epstein prostitution ring has a New Mexico connection.

Christopher Cook was arrested early this morning and is suspected to be the man who shot an APD officer last weekend.

There is some kind of major transformation about to take place on Mountain Road NW.

Dog left at train station with his luggage.

There are indications in Colorado that marijuana can be physically addicting.

Rather than marry any same-sex couples 14 counties in Florida simply stopped marrying anyone at all.

The gray wolf that was spotted at the Grand Canyon may have been shot.

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The Daily Word in flasks, frostbite, Warhol, and head trauma.

By Constance Moss & Carl Petersen [ Mon Jan 5 2015 11:59 AM ]
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The wife of the Georgia Police Chief who accidentally shot her is in fair condition.

The star of ‘Real Housewives’ starts her 15 month prison term today.

In Brazil, a man drove three hours to the hospital with a knife stuck in his head.

Two stars of The Godfather have birthdays today. Diane Keaton turns 67 and Robert Duvall turns 84.

Here are seven strange things that arouse the female homosapien.

Sarah Palin continues to put her paw in her mouth.

In local news, this Chimayo resident’s ‘70s prom pic ended up on the front of a flask.

Meanwhile, Taos residences may have to resort to carrying flasks if this law is passed.

A tiny house was stolen.

It’s so cold in Minnesota exposed skin will get frostbite in ten minutes.

Prince Andrew’s sex scandal is making headlines.

Get ready for a bunch of Warhol exhibits.

Now worry about invisible bombs.

A hermaphroditic bird with unusual coloring has been spotted.

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The Daily Word in Cuomo's passing, WIPP and TV bloopers

By Mark Lopez [ Fri Jan 2 2015 9:12 AM ]
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Former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo died yesterday at the age of 82 from natural causes.

Police believe a man in California killed his wife and son, and critically wounded his daughter, before taking his own life on New Year's Eve.

Jeb Bush resigned from all his board memberships and is possibly eyeing a presidential run.

Immigrants who are now in the US illegally may be able to get driver's licenses in California.

23-year-old Christian Gomez of Florida is being accused of decapitating his mother on New Year's Eve.

Gov. Susana Martinez' inaugural ball attracted a lot of protesters.

Bernalillo County Commissioner Wayne Johnson says a minimum wage increase that was supposed to take effect on Jan. 1 didn't happen due to a “simple oversight.”

After a leak at WIPP in February 2014, the US government has denied $8 million of performance-based pay to the contractor running the joint.

ICYMI: The Huffington Post has a collection of 2014 TV news bloopers that are worth checking out.

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The Daily Word in a lack of police shootings, heat at the Arioso Apartments, William Shatner and snow

By August March [ Thu Jan 1 2015 2:42 PM ]
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The Albuquerque Police Department went 5 months without shooting anyone.

But that didn't stop Vice News from selecting APD for its 2014 Worst Policing Award.

A man driving a car allegedly killed a teenage skateboarder near Unser and Gibson.

Albuquerque City Councilors make "less per hour than a high school student working at a pizza parlor," according to a local citizens' advisory group.

The heat is back on (mostly) at Burque's Arioso Apartments.

The Sioux City Journal reports on our town's atomic museum.

A Los Angeles-bound flight was diverted to Albuquerque because a man on board couldn't stop singing.

Presbyterian Rust Medical Center in Rio Rancho is expanding.

William Shatner will make an appearance at this year's Albuquerque Comic Con.

It might snow in Albuquerque tonight or tomorrow.

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The Daily Word in a toddler killed a woman in Walmart with her own concealed-carry gun

By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Dec 30 2014 2:43 PM ]
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You got problems? These comics have PROBLEMS.

New Mexico's antiquated liquor sales restrictions may loosen up some more.

Would eliminating cheap booze reduce the incidence of DWI?

TLC Driving School finally (not really) explains why they closed without notice.

The new overseer of the EPA is a climate-change denier.

You can't drink beer in an alligator herd.

Looks as though parts of the missing Air Asia plane and some bodies of passengers have been recovered.

A toddler shot and killed a woman in a Walmart. The questions this raises about America and gun safety would seem too large to ignore–but I bet we'll have no problem ignoring them anyway.

If you aren't familiar with Hip Hop Family Tree Comics, start with this week's Boing Boing installment, then gorge on archives or buy a copy. Ed Piskor's comic has become something I greatly anticipate every week.

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