V.23 No.5 | 1/30/2014
The Daily Word in Star Wars, Richard Sherman and Combat Gum
Who won at the 2014 Grammy Awards?
Finally. Combat Gum.
China’s Jade Rabbit crapped out.
Should major cities ban cars?
Richard Sherman is smart.
The French make bad coffee, claim coffee snobs.
The new Star Wars script is done.
What happens if you try to fly weed out of Colorado?
George gave me a credit card knife. It’s cool.
An El Paso woman died skiing at Ski Apache.
Happy birthday Patton Oswalt.
V.23 No.3 |
The Daily Word in pot-legalization in New Mexico, 85 people own half the world and the toilets of Sochi
There was a very high-speed police chase and accident in Corrales.
New Mexico State Senator Ortiz Y Pino is trying to get a pot-legalization resolution on next November's ballot.
A New Mexico Judge ruled that spotting pot plants from the air does not allow authorities to conduct a ground search.
President Obama's current views on marijuana.
A huge cache of documents related to sexual abuse by priests in the Chicago Archiocese have been published online.
There is a large dolphin kill happening in Japan.
An Arizona State University fraternity held an offensively-themed MLK Day party.
Read this Legs McNeil interview with Moe Tucker.
V.23 No.3 | 1/16/2014
The Daily Word in Golden Globes, mile-marker 420 and the Handsome Family
Who won at the 2014 Golden Globes?
On top of everything else, is there trouble in Obama’s marriage?
A Japanese company is buying Jim Beam.
Tiny windmills generate power.
In Colorado, people keep stealing mile marker 420.
Ellen De Generes, who will host the 2014 Oscars, has been linked to internet pirating of movie screening copies.
Discover the secret world of zit-popping videos.
If you were thinkging about photographing tiny plastic people, somebody beat you to it.
The dark side of the moon is turquoise.
Blessed be. Enjoy these photos of modern-day witches.
Rest in peace, Sam Berns.
An arrest was made in the flash-mob robbery of Angel Eyes boutique on San Pedro.
David Eckert will receive a $1.6 million settlement for receiving unlawful anal probings.
HBO taps Albuquerque’s Handsome Family for the “True Detective” theme song.
Happy birthday Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
V.23 No.2 |
The Daily Word in Chris Christie's apology, West Virginia's water and dead chickens
People weigh in on Gov. Chris Christie's apology concerning his team's “callous” and “stupid” behavior.
HBO's "Girls" gets renewed for a fourth season. Has the third even premiered yet?
After a chemical spill contaminated the water supply, nearly 200,000 people in West Virginia were left without H2O.
A major drop in added jobs for December flusters economists.
Someone's been leaving dead chickens at a North Valley cemetery.
It seems that panhandling has become a profession for a couple (and their kids) in Modesto, Calif.
Some students in Gallup found a way to cheat the system.
A woman surrendered her dog (that tested positive for cocaine and marijuana), but now she wants her canine friend back.
Coors Banquet beer puts out an 18-wheeler engulfed in flames.
V.23 No.2 | 1/9/2014
The Daily Word in poodles, perfect pitch and penis captivus
Happy Blue Monday.
National security is now the FBI’s primary mission.
You can’t smoke pot in the Denver airport.
Pregnant moms who drink wine may produce calmer kids.
France thinks comic Dieudonne is less funny than Jerry Lewis.
Utah’s judiciary puts a hold on gay marriage.
Bighorn sheep make a comeback.
Penis captivus is real.
Once there was a terrible online dating profile.
One more sandwich and I will stab you.
Perfect pitch in a pill?
Somebody killed bigfoot again.
The jerky factory caught fire.
There might be more cops downtown.
The Devil Mask Robbers strike again.
New Mexico ranks poorly in economic freedom.
What’s going on today?
Happy birthday Rowan Atkinson.
Thanks to Alyx Brannock, Mark Lopez and Geoffrey Anjou for the links!
V.23 No.1 |
The Daily Word in New Mexico pot, Aiken for Congress and brutal punishment
A stranded research vessel in Antarctica makes people question whether it's safe for tourists to venture to the icy continent.
A report says that Jang Song Thaek of North Korea (and five of his associates) were fed to starving dogs.
The Justice Department disagrees with Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's contraception opposition for religious-based organizations in regards to the Affordable Care Act.
Remember Clay Aiken? Me neither. But apparently he wants to run for Congress.
A man was struck and killed by a vehicle this morning while trying to cross Montgomery Boulevard.
Move over Colorado. New Mexico may be next.
APD says that 9-year-old Omaree Varela (who was killed by his mother) had reported being abused to school officials a year before his death.
While same-sex marriage is now legal in New Mexico, it's still considered unlawful in Navajo Nation.
V.22 No.33 |
The Daily Word in Operation Rescue, a Rally To Denounce Terror and Russian Pastafarians
RIP Elmore Leonard
The late-term abortion ban proposal will not be on the ballot during Albuquerque's next election. This article explains how unpopular "voter initiated" measures are often passed anyway by a highly organized minority.
Local physicians, midwives, mothers and members of the Jewish community are holding a "rally to denounce terror" on Civic Plaza today at noon, protesting the tactics of anti-abortion group Operation Rescue.
How one anti-abortion group is trying to intimidate physicians and clinics who provide women's reproductive health services.
Radioactive water is leaking out of Fukishima again.
Former ruler of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf has been charged with murdering Pakistan's former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
Russian police busted an unlawful gathering of Pastafarians last Sunday.
Ratt and Dokken nearly went the way of Skynyrd this past weekend.
V.22 No.17 |
The Daily Word in Mobile explosions, Justin Bieber's alleged pot bust and Santa Fe's Gay Marriage Resolution
Missing Brown student's body has been found.
Two fuel barges light up the Mobile River in Alabama.
So, TMZ apparently got the first wind on Justin Bieber's alleged pot bust, but this is still a developing story, people.
Grants High School students aim to get teacher to resign after they say he ignored a student who suffered a miscarriage in the hallway.
Gay marriage resolution passed!
Apparently Steve Kush did not know people could read his Twitter and Facebook comments.
Impostor Seattle nurse stole meds from patients' IVs. ... What is the world coming to?
V.21 No.46 |
The Daily Word in BP, poorest president and Pong
BP's looking at a $4.5 billion fine and criminal charges against staff members.
The gap between rich and poor in New Mexico is the widest in the nation.
Pit bull terriers killed a Chihuahua and sent her owner to the hospital.
Debbie O'Malley might remain on the Council and take a seat on the County Commission.
Remember when 48 women training for the military said they'd been sexually assaulted or harassed by their instructors? The Air Force has a weird solution: Trainees must have a wingman all the time.
Nonstop flights from Albuquerque to New York.
FBI investigates death threats against the guy holding the coyote-killing contest in Los Lunas.
The poorest president in the world. "If you don't have many possessions, then you don't need to work all your life like a slave to sustain them."
Violence escalates in Gaza and Israel. Rockets kill 15 Palestinians and three Israelis.
Louisiana governor is the first Republican to denounce Mitt Romney's notion that he lost the election because President Obama gave gifts to minorities and youth.
5-Hour Energy shot-like drink blamed for 13 deaths.
Colorado Visitors Bureau plans NOT to capitalize on legal recreational marijuana.
Science looks at rappers' brains to find the basis of improvisation.
Pong is 40-years-old and no one has topped it, says this guy.
How to become as observant as Sherlock Holmes. (Also, "Sherlock," the BBC miniseries available on Netflix instawatch, is dope.)
V.21 No.45 | 11/8/2012
The Daily Word in goodbye Elmo, goodbye energy dependence, goodbye Julena
Voice of Elmo exits Sesame Street amid sex scandal accusations.
Albuquerque woman accused of driving twice the speed limit and drinking beer while driving with two children in the car.
United States predicted to achieve energy independence by 2017.
Scientists at Duke say they’ve finally succeeded in building a perfect invisibility cloak.
Double shooting in southeast Albuquerque leaves one dead and another hospitalized.
Study suggests that flu and fever during pregnancy are linked to autism risk in children.
MmmMmm Fiber in your Pepsi.
MmmMmmMmm: Salmonella in your Nesquik.
What are the chances of Marijuana legalization in New Mexico?
Who knew drops of milk hitting coffee could be so darn beautiful?
Lobo men’s soccer team misses out on tournament championship title.
Twin baby boys bouncing and giggling and giggling and bouncing.
The Daily Word in election hangovers, papel picado, Canuck art
State election results, unofficially.
Nate Silver FTW.
Are super-PACs in fact just big, fat money pits?
A 7.5-magnitude earthquake jolted our neighbors to the south.
Big gains for gay marriage equality yesterday...
... but it was a " dark day" for FetishMovies.com and friends.
New Hampshire elected an all-female delegation to Congress.
Indian country victories.
One of many third party bummers.
GMO labels fail in California.
"Below the pagoda a spontaneous, medieval army was massing."
Newspapers are still useful.
Mass MoCA is too far away.
V.21 No.44 |
Colorado legalized weed
"We have a lot to celebrate tonight," says Judge Jim Gray, Gary Johnson's presidential running mate.
Ending the drug war was part of the Libertarian platform this year. And Colorado has voted in favor of the sale of marijuana for recreational use.
V.21 No.44 | 11/1/2012
The Daily Word in Syrian ceasefire, Hurricane Sandy and WikiLeaks
A funeral home sent a family their loved one’s brain in a bag. Court says they can’t sue.
Maximum sentence for a driver who killed a cyclist in January: 90 days in jail, $300 fine.
Syrian army agrees to a ceasefire from Friday to Monday.
Hurricane Sandy is heading our way.
WikiLeaks is releasing the U.S. policies on detaining people in camps and GitMo. The website hacked them from the DOD.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei goes Gangnam style.
Why it’s so hard to fire a police officer.
Bullied teen throws herself in front of a train.
7-year-old girl writes an opera.
Legalizing marijuana is on the ballot in Washington, Colorado and Oregon.
Rape is rape, says the president.
Don’t worry about convicted sex offenders this Halloween. They’ve got a curfew.
Last-minute DIY Halloween costumes.
Nirvana, the Broadway musical.
V.21 No.34 | 8/23/2012
The Daily Word in poodle moths, Dr. Crusher and stoner news.
Anything is possible in the year of the Poodle Moth.
Bill Nye prefers science.
Prince Harry’s clothes are removable.
A hilarious bigfoot joke took a tragic turn. As oft they do.
A man killed 70,000 chickens. But it could have been an accident.
It’s never funny to joke about killing Mitt Romney.
Marijuana can permanently lower your IQ. It can also make the word “permanently” echo permanently in your mind. “Permanently… permanently…”
In other stoner news, this kid thought his mom was making him wear a sign as punishment. She said she was thinking about it.
Not all celebrities look like they have good breath, Russell Brand.
Tom Hanks’ PR people try desparately to make him appear human.
Mirror, mirror on the wall.
A shot was fired at Expo New Mexico. Some people get nervous when the words “fired” and “Expo New Mexico” are used in the same sentence.
Jeremy Brooks and Justin Rael didn’t think they’d end up in the news. But they did.
Happy birthday, Gates McFadden.
Nobody's Smiling Tour: Common • Jay Electronica • Fly Union • hip-hop at Sunshine Theater
Open Space Gift Shop Event at Open Space Visitor Center
Redefining Happy at Hotel AndaluzMore Recommented Events ››