Jul 14 - 20, 2011
is infested with bugs—get grossed out and engrossed by all the things that go “zzzz” in the night.
Don’t Let the Bedbugs Bite: Fighting a nationwide wave of pests
Creepy Crawlies: Author Amy Stewart on the lifestyles of the gross and deadly
The X-terminator Files: Icky tales from Albuquerque bug hunters
Ancient Flying Luck Machines: The Dragonfly Festival is neither creepy nor gross
We were in Florida for Atlantis' final lift off at the Kennedy Space Center on Friday, July 8.
The Last Shuttle: A report from the Kennedy Space Center
Baseball: Making claim to a foul ball is seldom easy
Kaaa-ching: Holding back the tide of big money in New Mexico politics
Odds & Ends: Bomb bell, suitcase escape, inmating, helmets R stoopit
Letters: We are really the worst, film losses, rock rock rock, fake guide
One-man band The Slow Poisoner will debut a new roots rock opera in Albuquerque—that is, if he doesn't get sidetracked by a weird roadside pilgrimage on the way here.
Show Up! The Slow Poisoner
Jazzed: Jennifer Robin releases
The Bird and the Beatles
Sonic Reducer: Micro reviews of The Angel Babies, Gardens & Villa, Paley & Francis
Song Roulette: Random tracks from Colourmusic’s Colin Fleishacker
Flyer on the Wall: Palmas
Not content to merely have the best damn loaf of bread in town, Golden Crown Panadería is growing its business with just-picked salads and hand-crafted pizzas.
Mina's Dish: Going with the grain
Locovore: Golden Crown Panadería does green to a perfect golden brown
Chowtown Restaurant Guide
FILM & TV
Comic ringers Jason Bateman (“Arrested Development”), Charlie Day (“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”) and Jason Sudeikis (“Saturday Night Live”) conspire to bump off their evil employers in
Film Review: Workers face employers from Hell in raunchy comedy
Idiot Box: How will we survive in a post-Casey Anthony world?
Reel World: Make a commercial, submit to a festival, watch a trailer
Week in Sloth: Tattoo schools, prank stars and cyberbullies
Film Times and Capsules
Arts news explosion: exhibiting velocipedes, flying Mexicans, ogling Gronk and TED talks in Albuquerque.
festival features flying men of Veracruz
Street Smarts: Beyond the Diploma
exhibition raises bike awareness.
Art News: watch Gronk paint, live
Art News: TED comes to Albuquerque.
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Free Will Astrology for the Week of July 13, 2011
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