State Offers Funds to Purchase Bosque Land While state and city officials scramble to find money to stop a housing development in the Bosque, a local taxpayer files a petition with the attorney general's office asking to see the Taylor Foundation's tax records. Thin Line What in blazes ...? Heather Wilson puts on a freak show before national news cameras all because of the Super Bowl halftime show.
Performance Review William Shakespeare's classic play, The Taming of the Shrew, has been set in the '50s during the end of the golden age of shrew taming. See it at the Cell Theatre. Book News Charles Beckness's forthcoming book, No Challenge, No Change tells what life was like in Hobbs, New Mexico in a time of segregation.
In the news: property owner in Albuquerque's Old Town has blocked a major pedestrian entrance, ride-sharing services, riot at the Cibola County Detention Center, countless and uncontrollable orgasms, We are all learning, fence around the White House, Third-boob lady might be a hoax, forgiving the debt, Don't sit on your new iPhone, Automobiles have black boxes
In the news: White House intruder, meth-smoking Buddhist monks, woman with three breasts, Pink Floyd’s new album, Female polygamist ninjas, McKinney, TX, restraining order on Uber and Lyft, Carlsbad flooding evactuations, car smash on I-40, Scott Baio