The Daily Word in horses, art and fusion experiments

The Daily Word

SK8rDIE, yo.

Legislators’ concerns about the Downs at Albuquerque continue to mount.

Forty-four humans are racing for the position known as Police Chief of Albuquerque.

The Albuquerque Museum currently features an exhibit on the art of Mexican equestrian culture. Arte en la Charreria will run through the end of March.

Tony Garcia, a collector of Spanish Colonial artifacts, including corral implements, died this week, aged 101.

Vandals struck at the State Treasurer’s office.

Local blogger Chad McQuigg is very critical of Albuquerque Public Schools and the coverage the school district gets in the Albuquerque Journal.

The editorial cartoon in this week’s CNM Chronicle may be viewed as a primitivist interpretation of symbols related to the upcoming celebration of human love. Or maybe not.

Recent fusion experiments at Lawrence Livermore Laboratories were deemed a “promising advance” by a Sandia Labs physicist.

KUNM’s Tristan Ahtone reports on immigrant debt and healthcare problems in the Duke City.