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V.19 No.34 | 8/26/2010

news

The Daily Word 8.23.10: trapped miners, big traffic jam, Neil Patrick Harris.

The Daily Word

There is a deadly Phillipine bus thing.

The world’s largest traffic jam enters its ninth day.

In Chile, 33 trapped miners are ok.

A few bad eggs.

Albuquerque didn’t make the list of ten most-tattooed cities.

Animal-shaped cities!

Unravel the mysteries of Trader Joe’s.

There are reports of Black-Eyed Kids in Ohio.

Anne Frank’s tree fell down.

There are alligators in New York.

We need 12-character passwords now.

Has the Chocolate Cafe closed?

Neil Patrick Harris held a fundraiser for Musical Theater Southwest.

A guy tried to steal a kid’s bike.

New Mexico is getting a bunch of Federal money for broadband improvements.

Happy birthday, Barbara Eden.

V.19 No.32 | 8/12/2010
Cocina Azul server Hannah Otis hands out plates of huevos rancheros and chile con queso.
Sergio Salvador salvadorphoto.com

Restaurant Review

Cocina Azul

New Mexican for the old guard

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V.19 No.28 | 7/15/2010

News

The Daily Word 7.13.10: Emcore Gunman, George Steinbrenner, Fidel Castro

The Daily Word

The gunman’s name is released in the Emcore shooting.

New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner dies of a massive heart attack at age 80.

There’s a major design flaw in the brand spankin’ new iPhone 4.

A woman gets nine years in prison after having sex with her adopted son.

Guacamole and salsa have been responsible for an increase in food poisoning reports, according to the CDC.

Twittering can get you up to 11 years in prison, like these two Venezuelans.

Fidel Castro to make a public television appearance, predicting the beginning of nuclear war.

A study shows that the position of your belly-button impacts your success in sports.

The burqa ban in France passes the lower house in an overwhelming vote.

Listen to the audio recording of Mel Gibson’s angry rant to ex Oksana Grigorieva.

The chile harvest this year is expected to be later and smaller due to the weird weather patterns.

An Española man thought it was OK to bring a gun into a Chili’s restaurant.

Top-secret Russian spy Anna Chapman’s UK citizenship is revoked.

V.19 No.26 | 7/1/2010
Convention turns deliciously on its head with green chile   adovada   and red chile chicken.
Sergio Salvador salvadorphoto.com

Restaurant Review

Rincon del Pollo

It’s got the chicken market cornered

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V.19 No.24 | 6/17/2010

Music

Aerosmith Plays the Lottery

After enjoying chile dishes at Duran’s Central Pharmacy this afternoon, my husband and I were cruising around the pharmacy, shopping for chocolate and greeting cards when he spotted a lotto vending machine stocked with Aerosmith scratchers. We scoffed at Aerosmith’s commercial masochism and the low quality of the band’s post-’80s material for a full two minutes, then broke down about bought a ticket.

And guess what: We won $15—well, $10 after you count the cost of the ticket. What will I do to celebrate? Post a video for “Sweet Emotion,” of course. (I might also dig up my tight, ripped Levi’s and pair them with a scarf and faded black and white band shirt.) I actually sort of like this song—the intro is especially nice. There’s a confusing phone sex subplot happening in the video, but otherwise the faux barroom antics and Steven Tyler’s bear trap-sized mouth shot in classic ‘80s high contrast black and white isn’t too bad.

V.19 No.23 | 6/10/2010
A parking lot taco burger feast

Food

Burger Talk

Bob’s Burgers’ taco burgers

Earlier this week, my husband and I went to a used appliance store on Central near Atrisco and purchased an early-Aughts Kenmore washer and dryer set. As we made our way back Downtown we passed a Bob’s Burgers and decided to celebrate our thrifty purchase. Having been vegetarian for many, many years until recently, I’ve still not had (or really desired) the chance to feast on the world’s cornucopia of meaty delicacies. Therefore, I’d never eaten a taco burger, which seems like a ridiculous food, so I was skeptical of its reported deliciousness.

I have to say, eating a taco burger for the first time was like when I gave into the fact that Steely Dan is an excellent band—so processed, so cheesy, so good! I wouldn’t indulge in a cheese food and chile-covered hamburger patty inside of a taco shell, or the jazz rock of Can’t Buy a Thrill every day, or every month. Maybe not even every year. But it’s nice knowing these things are there waiting for me.

[By the way, the new appliances are swell, and we spent $300 (with free delivery and a lifetime warranty) instead of $3,000. Go bargains.]

V.19 No.10 |

News

The Daily Word 03.11.10: Prom, Greece Strikes, Glass Ceiling Intact

The Daily Word

It's Women's History Month. This study reveals that gender pay inequity still exists less because of women becoming mothers and more due to "masculine or patriarchal corporate culture" and a "lack of mentors."

Massive aftershocks rock Chile during presidential inauguration.

Proposed education guidelines would, for the first time, create national standards for all American students.

Except for maybe in Kansas City, where they're closing down just about half of the district's schools to avoid bankruptcy.

Thousands strike in Greece to protest new austerity measures aimed at avoiding economic collapse.

Study shows women feel too guilty; men should feel guilty about not feeling guilty enough.

The awesome Granny D, who walked across country at 89 in support of campaign finance reform, passed away at the age of 100.

Prom canceled rather than let lesbians attend as a couple.

Former head of Britain's MI5 says Bush, Cheney et al. were inspired by the torture/spying antics in "24."

It's Thora Birch's birthday. Ghost World.

V.18 No.50 | 12/10/2009
Combo plate with a taco, enchilada and relleno
Sergio Salvador salvadorphoto.com

Restaurant Review

Chili Express

Quirky comfort in Southeast Albuquerque

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V.18 No.44 | 10/29/2009

Jazzed

Claudia Acuña

Opening a new door in her charmed career

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V.18 No.41 | 10/8/2009
Best New Mexican Restaurant:   Sadie’s
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

Feature

State Treasures

Best New Mexican Restaurant

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