V.21 No.1 | 1/5/2012
Hangover Sports Roundup
Lesnar retires, Lobos on fire, Giants embarrass America's Team
V.20 No.52 | 12/29/2011
Kick Returns and Reruns
New Year’s Day around the dial
New Year’s Day doesn’t really count as a holiday. New Year’s Eve is a holiday. New Year’s Day is just the day you get off work to recover from New Year’s Eve. It’s the only holiday that requires a recovery period. So, odds are you’re going to be partying your brains out on this Saturday night, and then lying around the house all Sunday afternoon just trying to get your brain kick started in time for work on Monday. Don’t worry. Television is here for you.
Are you ready for some football?
Crunch time in NCAA, NFL
After Thanksgiving, football on both the pro and collegiate level heads toward the goal line.
V.20 No.48 | 12/1/2011
The Daily Word in Kim Jong Il is dead, a woman burned in an elevator and the Red Roof Inn confession.
In the news: Kim Jong Il died, burned in an elevator, Packers lost, hand signals of Occupy, 10 biggest science stories, You’re adopted, live pterosaur, Soon, electron microscope, big winter storm, arrested over 30 times, Red Roof Inn murder suspect, Criss Angel
V.20 No.50 | 12/15/2011
A look at the inexplicable, divisive phenomenon
Almost everyone in the world has weighed in on Tim Tebow. His general manager—former Denver Bronco great John Elway—said a few weeks ago that he wasn't quite sold on the young gun as a franchise quarterback. Then there was Charles Barkley, coming out of the woodwork and publicly pleading the Chicago Bears to beat the Broncos. (By the way, they didn't.) The discourse even turns up in seemingly tangential corners, such as young-adult author John Green's Tumblr and the pages of Rolling Stone. So what has Tebow done to deserve, in either sense of the word, all the chatter? Let's review.
V.20 No.49 |
The Daily Word in rabid skunks, hidden treasure, missing moon rocks
In the news: rabid skunks, hidden treasure, God particle, Hilariously useless signs, Lobos men's basketball, Dan "Bee" Spears, Ex-occupier, lunar eclipse, What children's drawings would look like if painted realistically, Horrifying post-first-date e-mail, Tebow, Tim Tebow tattoo, billionaire and Nets owner, 25 controversial trendsetters, The Oatmeal, moon rocks, triple-x domain names, Shweppes, Skittle burger recipe
V.20 No.48 |
The Daily Word in Xbox TV, replicator technology, baby-weilding shoplifters
Happy Snow Day!
In the news: wintry weather, Lobo football, Lobo basketball, spy drone, expensive pile-up, electronic devices, Photos + pencil drawings, Xbox TV, 2012, 3-D Printers, Lea County, The joys of being a roommate, Dev Anand, The Elder Scrolls Adventures, Skyrim, "mashed potatoes", internet porn, baby, baby, 12 extremely disappointing facts about popular music
V.20 No.47 | 11/24/2011
Bear With Me
Servants of the Pair of Cleats
An institution that only fawning eyes gaze upon makes a great hideout for predators. It's a place where the status quo must be maintained, even if it means covering up horrible things.
V.20 No.45 |
The Daily Word in Lobo sports, European debt crises, and an ADHD galaxy cluster.
In the news: football, men's basketball, men's soccer, Monster Jam, youth mentoring charity, Hawaiian recording artist, this guy, trust, the 6 Most Horrifying Lies The [Processed] Food Industry is Feeding You, Parkour, drunk driving, EU split, The Oatmeal, Palindromes, high-powered magnetic ball, Super freaking cool pencil carvings, hyperactive galaxy cluster, Placebo buttons
V.20 No.44 | 11/3/2011
Hangover Sports Roundup
Diaz retires Penn, Ravens escape Cardinals, Steelers hold off Patriots
V.20 No.35 |
The Daily Word in Labor Day history, Canada's crazy week, and more vintage sexism.
In the news: The History of Labor Day, Family trio, don't bring the end any closer, no news is good news, Lady Gaga, this guy, another human foot washing ashore in Vancouver, 3 accidentally-cannabis-brownied office workers, an Ottawa man who desecrated the Grand Canyon, Lobos lose opening game, cheap laptops, Man sues his coworkers, swears off mirrors for a year, Jose Maldonado caught a fairy, Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo, bat species, Men being rude to their wives
V.20 No.29 |
NFL lockout is officially over
Despite grumbles, agreement is reached
On Monday morning, the good news started pouring in for fans of American football. The lockout which had threatened the country's (true, modern) pastime finally ended. The focus now turns to the actual start of the season, currently slated for September 8.
V.20 No.6 | 2/10/2011
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com
Sunday by the Big Screen
As Christina Aguilera began to stumble through the national anthem before Sunday’s Super Bowl, nobody in the SCI stood up.
Packers Win the Big One
On Sunday, the happiest moment of the American sporting year occurred: the Super Bowl. Although the two teams were among the top three defenses in the National Football League, the game still turned out to be relatively exciting.
V.20 No.3 |
Packers v. Steelers
Super Bowl XLV is on the way
The field in the National Football League has been officially narrowed to two teams: the Green Bay Packers will play the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, Feb. 6 in Arlington in the new Cowboys Stadium.
Conor Oberst • singer-songwriter • Jonathan Wilson • Refried Ice Cream at Sunshine Theater
Does the Transatlantic Relationship Still Matter? at Drury Plaza Hotel
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