V.20 No.51 |
The Daily Word in Christmas tragedies, puppy custody, North Korean good looks
Sad, sad Christmas news:
A man dressed as Santa opened fire and killed several members of his family after opening presents Christmas morning.
Six members of a Connecticut family were burnt alive on Christmas day.
An Albuquerque apartment complex leaves dozens of units without heat on Christmas day.
At least one happier Christmas note: The story of the World War I Christmas truce.
Jesus' tomb is apparently actually in Japan. Who knew?
Financially struggling US cities having trouble controling sewer overflows.
Why is so cute when animals think that things that aren't real are real? Like this frog attacking tiny iPad ants.
Hey all you lucky ladies, Mel Gibson is back on the market ...
Hugh Hefner and Crystal Harris battle over custody ... of their puppy.
How Kim Jung Un's looks may help to make him more popular.
Thanks to Mossy, Nayder and Uncle Carl for the links.
V.20 No.50 |
The Daily Word in the Red Roof Inn killer, a Pastafarian Christmas and the dropping of the opossum
APD made an arrest in the Red Roof Inn killing.
The executive director of the Taos County Housing Authority is the target of an embezzlement investigation.
The first car in Antarctica was a VW beetle.
Hilarious Canadian road rage documentary from 1950: "Gentleman Jekyl and Driver Hyde."
Meet NYC killer dubbed the "Exterminator."
PETA wants to halt the annual new year's eve "dropping of the opossum" in this small North Carolina town.
On this day in 1964 the first episode of The Pink Panther aired.
V.20 No.33 | 8/18/2011
Taos Pride is this weekend
I just spent a lovely weekend in Taos for a wedding. As the sun sets there, the evening air grows chilly—as opposed to slightly less boiling hot, like in Burque.
Last year, Taos celebrated its first ever Pride weekend, though its founder died a few weeks before the event. The fest was held in Robert Quintana’s honor. Friends described him as an energetic organizer who pulled people together and created community. He loved a good soiree, they said. There was a touch of seriousness to the first Taos Pride, but volunteers still predicted “a screaming big party.”
And they’re at it again. Taos Pride will paint the town in rainbows this weekend on Aug. 19, 20 and 21. Festivities include a cabaret, a drag show, music and a recovery brunch, among other fabulous things.
V.20 No.22 | 6/2/2011
Sergio Salvador salvadorphoto.com
Five Star Burgers
Meat that’s bloody well done
Last week I explained the new direction this review column is taking, including the fact that I’ll no longer be eating or writing about mystery meat. There are many shades of mystery, and this simple-sounding mandate was tested numerous times during my first attempt to follow it at Five Star Burgers—with tasty results.
V.20 No.19 | 5/12/2011
7 Wet Wonders
Where the water is
Blue Hole, Jemez, Heron Lake, Carlsbad Riverwalk, San Juan River, T or C and Rio Grande Gorge
18th Annual Harvest Festival at Haynes Park
Featuring trick-or-treating, carnival games, food, entertainment, door prizes and tons of candy.
Ghost Dance: Spirits & Angels Opening Reception at Wynn Studio-Gallery
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