The Daily Word 4.6.10: Bosque Fire, Topless March, Apple iPad
The massive bosque fire was tended to overnight and is around 30% contained.
25 are dead as an explosion rocks a West Virginia coal mine.
Two dozen women march topless in Portland to protest societal attitudes regarding male and female nudity.
Houston man involved in a $1 million dollar adult diaper scheme.
A 13-year-old from California attempts to shatter a world record and be the youngest person ever to climb Mount Everest.
Duke defeats the upstart Butler Bulldogs and their cinderella story 61-59, winning the NCAA men’s championship.
Toyota receives the maximum fine from U.S. regulators for “Sticky Pedalgate” in the form of $16.4 million.
Apple sells 300,000 of its feminine hygiene product-reminiscent iPad in its first day.
APS Superintendent Winston Brooks, who I often confuse with the guy in 1984, proposes how to handle a $43 million budget shortfall not involving teacher layoffs.
Friday Filmmakers Coffee at Jean Cocteau Cinema
A get-together for professional filmmakers who are actively working in the industry in New Mexico.
¡Globalquerque!: Beto Jamaica • Los Texmaniacs • Los Primos with Lenore Armijo • DVA and more at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Over the Edge for Special Olympics at New Mexico Bank and TrustMore Recommented Events ››