V.20 No.29 |
The Daily Word in rain, beer and tall women
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Jul 21 2011 10:59 AM ]
Atlantis touches down.
Russians declare the era of the Soyuz.
First spacesuits sewn by women who made bras for Platex.
ACLU sues secretary of state for failing to reveal evidence of 37 immigrants she says voted illegally.
Corrales couple wins $200,000 off the lotto.
Ghost of a ghost town all that remains after Bland burns up in Las Conchas fire.
Hit songs written at expensive writing camps, hit factories.
You may be able to trap creatures again in New Mexico.
Russia finally admits beer is alcohol.
What's a calorie?
You're so vain … creative people, says this study.
Tall women get cancer more.
V.20 No.28 | 7/14/2011
The Last Shuttle
NASA promises this is not the end of human space travel
By Natalie Willoughby
The final space shuttle mission, STS-135, marks the end of NASA's 30-year program, which began in 1981 with Columbia. Despite predictions that weather conditions would force a cancellation, an estimated 1 million visitors and 2,000 members of worldwide media looked on with awe.
V.20 No.21 | 5/26/2011
The Daily Word with fights, Chihuahuas and Lady Gaga
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu May 26 2011 9:50 AM ]
Serbian general accused of massacring 8,000 Muslims has been captured.
Patriot Act expires tonight at midnight—and Congress is rushing to renew it.
Cibola student taken to the hospital after a fight leads to broken facial bones and seizures.
Errant golf ball kills Chihuahua.
Gov. Martinez ditches her own No. 2 and sits nonchalantly near Heather Wilson.
Growers’ markets open today in Nob Hill and Downtown.
PayPal co-founder will pay college students $100,000 to drop out of college and start companies.
Parents won’t announce baby’s sex.
Maui Time ordered by police to turn over users’ IP addresses.
Supreme Court upholds Arizona law that punishes employers who hire undocumented immigrants.
The Isotopes’ policy on booze. (Not unlike most policies on booze.)
Legislators sue guv over vetoes.
Lost pyramids spotted from space.
The ADHD of Lady Gaga.
V.20 No.17 |
The Daily Word 4.29.11
Morocco cafe bomb, dolphin podcast, Superman's citizenship
By Summer Olsson [ Fri Apr 29 2011 9:56 AM ]
Terrorist attack shreds a Morrocan cafe.
Meteorologists showed live footage of tornadoes approaching.
New regulations aimed at food marketing to help reign in childhood obesity.
Del Norte high school football coach popped for second DWI.
Nearly half a million dollars misused around an NHCC fresco causes scandal.
Hilarious minor differences illuminated by The Oatmeal.
Some researchers say dolphins are too smart for captivity.
Kia Motors recalls cars whose gas tanks fall off.
Malfunction delays space shuttle launch.
National Institutes of Health get favorable ruling on stem cell research.
V.20 No.14 |
The Daily Word 4.10.11: Gil Robbins dead; Russian moon base; Chinese ghost-cities; flappers.
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Apr 10 2011 3:28 PM ]
The top ten cities in which to wait until the last minute before filing your tax return.
Another weird Kelly Family song with a video. Not about not pee-peeing the bed anymore.
Electronic books often come with DRM locks. Is "electronic book" an oxymoron?
Details on the British submariner who shot a couple of his fellow submariners. Did he do it because visiting dignitaries were hogging the head?
In order to keep their economy moving, China just keeps on building. Whole cities. With barely any inhabitants. Strange video.
Yeah, you want elf ears!
Not everyone is still grumbling over the size of their paycheck. Warning: same old story.
Russia: MOON BASE BY 2030!
V.20 No.13 |
The Daily Word: Giffords, Libya defections, bug-eating
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Mar 31 2011 10:38 AM ]
A woman who let her friend drive drunk is being charged with a DWI.
Rep. Pearce says something something "constitutional" something "don't' give money to public broadcasting."
Charges against the local nonprofit that sent human heads to a Kansas medical waste facility were dropped.
Someone put an explosive near an APD car this morning.
Do you know this guy? He stole a computer from UNM by picking it up and walking away.
Secretary of State says the guv may have breached campaign law.
Arizona outlawed abortions that are performed because of the sex or race of the fetus.
Maybe we will eat bugs when there's no more meat.
Is it too soon to ask: Will Giffords run for Senate?
Spoiler: The "Top Chef All Stars" winner.
Birth rate in the U.S. dropping fast.
Google makes baby steps toward social networking and "liking."
The cosmonaut who fell to earth.
V.19 No.45 |
The Daily Word 11.15.10: Raisin Bran Day, paper airplane in space and Beverly D'Angelo
By Nick Brown [ Mon Nov 15 2010 8:59 AM ]
Now China has the fastest computer.
The top words of 2010.
That's almost as amazing as the father and son who sent an iPhone into space.
A Chinese farmer had sex with an alien.
Have you tried the Facebook Super Log Off?
A firefighter spit on a cop.
A stabbing suspect is held on $1 million bond.
Happy birthday, Beverly D'Angelo.
V.19 No.22 |
The Daily Word 6.9.10: Mother Theresa gets dissed, a gay bar opens up, betting on the World Cup
By Patricia Sauthoff [ Wed Jun 9 2010 8:12 AM ]
Another reason to walk? The DWI Resource Center is fresh out of cash.
It's Pride week, and Albuquerque is getting a new gay bar. Fabulous!
You can cross dress there, but don't try it in Dubai.
Soap operas save the world.
It's not a UFO, it's just a new comet.
Have you joined a World Cup pool yet? Super smart economy writer Felix Salmon breaks down the real cost.
Sticks and stones can get you shot. Better stick with words.
V.19 No.8 | 2/25/2010
The Last Station
Period biopic mixes the lusty with the literary
By Devin D. O’Leary
V.19 No.3 | 1/21/2010
NM Blogosphere Roundup: Virgin Galactic, our local spaceport, Bible references etched on US troop rifles, local comics
By Novalis [ Wed Jan 20 2010 8:00 AM ]
In Sir Richard Branson's new National Geographic reality tv show Virgin Galatic, as Sindicator points out, Spaceport America ("the world’s first and only civilian space exploration site") is located in southern New Mexico.
Only In New Mexico tips us off to the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, headquartered in Albuqueruque, and are currently lobbying to stop Bible references from being inscribed on high-powered rifle sights used by U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, and in the training of Iraqi and Afghan soldiers.
7000 BC reports that New Mexico's seminal & lively 'undergound' comics scene is alive and well with a meeting this Sunday at the Santa Fe Public Library and a UNM Continuing Education class next month: Creating Comics Panel by Panel.
V.18 No.26 | 6/25/2009
Richardson and the Spiders from Mars
One shovelful of dirt closer to galactic tourism
By Maren Tarro
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