V.22 No.32 |
The Daily Word in auto thefts, baby creepers and the KKK
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Aug 14 2013 10:57 AM ]
APS to consider a new bathroom policy for transgender students.
Who's watching your baby? For these Houston parents, the answer was "some creepy hacker." He was also yelling at the baby.
Werner Herzog says "Don't text and drive." And it sounds awesome when he says it.
Wondering what Susana Martinez is spending your tax money on? New Mexico In Depth has compiled a searchable data base to answer that question.
A day in the life of the Ku Klux Klan.
Albuquerque thieves love to steal trucks.
And my favorite headline of the week: Goats are eating and peeing all over J. Edgar Hoover’s grave.
V.22 No.26 | 6/27/2013
Chilling Germanic crime thriller demonstrates how history (and death) repeats itself
By Devin D. O’Leary
Chilling Germanic crime thriller The Silence demonstrates how history (and death) repeats itself
V.22 No.15 | 4/11/2013
Danny Boyle’s twisty film noir tries to psych us out. Or does it? ... Yes, it does.
By Devin D. O’Leary
High-concept, twist-filled setup requires lots of voice-overs, frequent flashbacks and plenty of explicatory scenes in order to keep viewers apprised of what the hell is going on.
V.22 No.5 |
The Daily Word in radioactive recycling, toilet thievery and lobbying success stories
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Feb 6 2013 9:14 AM ]
The New Mexico GMO labeling bill died on the Senate floor, despite a lot of apparent support. Last minute heavy handed lobbying suspected.
Need to unload some guns? Bring them to the Bernalillo County Safe Surrender Buy Back program and get some quick cash.
New Mexico metal thieves have found a new target for their nefarious burgling: toilet fixtures.
LANL may start recycling mostly, kind of, probably radiation free scrap metals (okay, maybe some not-so-radiation free scrap too).
Filled with right-wing rage and the desire to post Obama=Hitler pictures, but find that your Facebook "friends" keep blocking you? Check out the Tea Party Community. It's just like Facebook, but right-wing ragier.
Barnes and Noble, the last of the big box bookstores, may be on its way out. So ends the age of literary giants?
And the Boy Scouts of America still can't figure out what to do about those gosh darned gays.
V.22 No.4 | 1/24/2013
Shoot to Thrill
“Banshee” on Showtime
By Devin D. O’Leary
Cinemax attempts to horn in on the original series sweepstakes with its new attention-grabbing series.
V.21 No.48 |
The Daily Word in fat stacks, emo countries and Roasted Turkey Doritos
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Nov 29 2012 9:02 AM ]
Someone in Arizona and someone in Missouri bought the winning tickets for the $587.5 million jackpot.
Ask two people in New Mexico to spot you some cash because this morning, they're millionaires.
Feds to probe the culture of APD.
Prompted by religion, a ENMU graduate returned toilet paper he stole from the school years ago.
The world's most emo countries, color-coded.
On Monday, there was no no violent crime in NYC. That anyone knows of.
And fast-food workers there go on strike.
The immortal jellyfish ages backward.
People in India arrested for political Facebook posts.
AP Style Guide—the rulebook for most media—bans the use of "homophobia" in favor of something "more neutral" ... ?
Holiday flavorcountry: Roasted Turkey Doritos.
Down in the dumps? There's a good chance you're going to spend your money foolishly. (Plus: Studies making fun of your spending habits a surefire cure for depression.)
Pro wrestler wants his Romney tattoo erased from his face.
V.21 No.40 |
The Daily Word in debate hangovers
By Tom Nayder [ Thu Oct 4 2012 10:08 AM ]
Facebook has a billion daily users and none of them will like the picture of your kid doing that thing you posted.
White college kids from Texas do the craziest things.
Food prices rising at Balloon Fiesta.
Chicago police find 1,000 pot plants growing in a field.
Arrests made following this weekends shooting at Fantasy World.
Miguel Cabrera wins baseball's first Triple Crown since 1967.
Cheese smugglers busted in Canada.
What if everyone on earth pointed a laser pointer at the moon at the same time?
Chevy dealer totally sorry he had you arrested over pricing error.
Can a new font help dyslexic readers?
V.21 No.37 | 9/13/2012
Courtesy of Katherine Pierce
Life After Death
Widow moves past a tragic night and questions whether APD could have prevented it
By Marisa Demarco
Katherine Pierce is moving past the night a man broke into her house and murdered her husband. She filed a lawsuit questioning whether APD could have caught the killer before it happened.
V.21 No.35 |
The Daily Word in Thalidomide, Instagram, and Joe Arpaio gets sued
Happy birthday, Salma Hayek!
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Sep 2 2012 9:39 AM ]
The company that manufactured and sold Thalidomide issued a formal apology (50 years later) that victims say misses the mark.
Santa Feans peeved over pile of a "quarter million" tires.
Cosmopolitan magazine style tips for the 19th century woman.
Vancouver police are still rounding up suspects from the 2011 Stanley Cup riot.
Film director James Toback is still a creep.
Texting driver who killed a man faces only a twenty dollar fine in Virginia.
Photo gallery of 1930's British police criminal identification pictures.
Joe Arpaio does not have immunity against a lawsuit from The Phoenix New Times.
Obama accuses GOP of wanting to bring back "trickle-down economics."
On this day in 1966, Salma Hayek was born.
V.21 No.35 | 8/30/2012
The Daily Word in Johnny Tapia, Cypress Hill and food waste
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Aug 23 2012 1:05 PM ]
Johnny Tapia died of heart disease, according to his autopsy report.
A woman says she was fired from her state job after testing positive for marijuana, even though she had a medical card.
Does legalizing marijuana boost economies?
Olympic bronze medalist welcomed home to the 505.
America throws out 40 percent of its food.
Rupert Murdoch’s daughter isn’t a fan of his media empire.
Understanding Homer’s D’oh!
Zero percent of the country’s African-Americans support Mitt Romney.
Gonzo guide to the RNC.
Action movies aren’t always the worst.
Henry Rollins in column form.
Happy Birthday, Keith Moon.
Playing Cypress Hill through a squid.
V.21 No.32 |
The Daily Word in Paul Ryan, Woodward and "f-bomb"
By Marisa Demarco [ Tue Aug 14 2012 9:11 AM ]
Old man accused of shootin' prairie dogs.
Folks trying to raise the minimum wage by $1 in Burque may have gathered enough signatures to demand the issue goes to voters.
Paseo/I-25 interchange off the ballot and back in councilors' laps.
"Baby Got Back" as sung by 295 movies.
Olives cure motion sickness—and other DIY remedies your mom advocates.
How to avoid Olive Garden's infinity breadsticks.
This Is Sand <----art video game
Colbert on Romney's daring veep pick: Paul Ryan's "white, Christian and male!"
Michelle Obama welcomes Ryan to the race.
First female presidential debate moderator in two decades.
Woodward (of Woodward and Bernstein, the Watergate journos) has a book coming out on President Obama.
A comedian's sister was killed in a car accident. Her insurance company, Progressive, defended the killer in court.
A year of open-source living.
Someone stole Will.I.Am's DeLorean.
17-foot python captured in Florida.
"F-bomb" added to the dictionary, along with "gastropub" and "sexting" and "mash-up."
The Daily Word in Olympic bodies, X-Files, the future
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Aug 9 2012 9:42 AM ]
Behold! The surface of Mars. Looks strangely … familiar.
Someone robs an elderly woman in the South Valley, so two APD officers help her out with gift cards and cash.
Want to buy an APS barrack? (No. But I'll take a gold bar.)
13-year-old shoots a camera-phone video of her bus driver touching girls, saves the day.
How Olympic bodies have changed over time.
The oldest person competing in the Olympics.
Dumbest Olympic dive.
Mulder and Scully might be dating.
Young Sikh Americans speak out.
U.S. starts to clean up Agent Orange in Vietnam. You know. The birth-defect causing chemical our military dumped there more than 30 years ago.
Christina Hendricks is—surprise to the reporter!—way smart.
No one can steal Pussy Riot's inner freedom.
V.21 No.29 |
The Daily Word with a chat with George Zimmerman, bee attack and Fred Willard
By Tom Nayder [ Thu Jul 19 2012 10:14 AM ]
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia talks to Piers Morgan.
Suicide bombing in Bulgaria targeting Israeli vacationers.
George Zimmerman gives his first interview, has no
Man attacked by swarm of bees in Las Cruces.
Attempted kidnapping in Philadelphia caught on tape.
Rockstar astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson explains why the original Star Trek Enterprise is the best ship ever.
Chick-Fil-A President Dan Cathy is totally not gay.
There is a town called Bikinis, TX and I want to go there.
Maybe you should just shut up and make some peach cobbler this weekend?
78-year-old actor Fred Willard arrested at Los Angeles adult movie theater.
V.21 No.29 | 7/19/2012
Traditions heal young Native gang members
By Russell Page
Gangs have infiltrated tribal nations, recruiting young people who seek identity. But activists say traditions can heal.
V.21 No.27 |
The Daily Word in NM Drug Court investigations, litigiousness, "acts of daily living," a naked crimewave, and Romney-Venn Diagrams
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Jul 7 2012 11:00 AM ]
If your computer is infected with this virus, you will be denied access to the internet beginning next week.
The NM state email investigation is getting more and more complicated.
Judge Pat Murdoch will likely face new charges having something to do with female participants in the piece of the Drug Court Program he presided over.
Drug Court in Northern New Mexico is under investigation for possible embezzlement among other things.
An Audit reveals that APD handed out a lot of unqualified bonuses from 2008 to 2011.
In case you didn't know, Quebecois need a french word for EVERYTHING.
The most litigious man in the world is suing Herman Cain and Kim Kardashian for attacking him while the two were making a sex tape in a Pizza Hut bathroom.
Best Buy competes in stupid business-decision-making Olympics.
Politician in Jordan shows us how to debate on T.V. like really angry, shoe-throwing, pistol-packing men do.
Some cities are banning public "acts of daily living" i.e, "homelessness."
Former and original bass player from Cro-Mags totally flipped out on the current Cro-Mags line-up at CBGB Festival.
Mitt Romney's Venn Diagrams look like Venn Diagrams but don't work like Venn Diagrams, so... are they Venn Diagrams?
Hey, "a lot of women tend to forget this is a man's world."
Watch this Greek newscaster get egged and Mike Milled on air.
The last minutes of Air France flight 447.
Follow the Fleet (1936) at KiMo Theatre
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