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The Daily Word in Pleading the Fifth, Dummies and Politics
By Megan Reneau [ Thu Feb 4 2016 11:10 AM ]
Clinton and Sanders will debate one-on-one soon.
Martin Shkreli is still an insane asshole.
Lil’ Ricky doesn’t know what he’s talking about.
Let’s celebrate sadness together.
Did you know the average life expectancy of black trans women (and non-gender conforming friends alike) is only 35?
Trump is nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize? Excuse me?
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Punk Ass Girlfriends
Saturday, Feb 6: Russian Girlfriends • rock, punk • Leeches of Lore • stoner rock, psychedelic • Hanta • stoner rock • The Talking Hours
By August March [ Thu Feb 4 2016 10:15 AM ]
Russian Girlfriends get ready to conquer the US.
The Daily Word in Trumpbridge, girlpower and the evolution of zombies
By Renee Chavez [ Wed Feb 3 2016 11:49 AM ]
Young Syrian refugees dream big ... and their dreams are awesome.
Trump accuses Cruz of fraud at Iowa caucus.
Obama is going to visit a mosque on US soil for the first time.
Wanna know a secret?
Yet another person dies in a APD/BCSO shooting.
Harry Potter fans beware: Trumpbridge is here.
NM Senate wants to raise teacher wages, but not sure where the money will come from.
If walking around with a wedgie all day is up your ... er ... alley, Levi's just came out with the "Wedgie" jean.
US businesses created 205K jobs in January.
Ever wondered about the evolution of zombies?
Zika virus is the new big bad.
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Friday, Feb 5: Cesar Millan Live
By Renee Chavez [ Wed Feb 3 2016 10:47 AM ]
The star of "Dog Whisperer" reveals the secrets of happier, healthier relationships between humans and their beloved canines in his exciting live show.
The Daily Word in Google Cardboard, an unhappy anniversary and a cat mobbed by toy mice
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Feb 2 2016 3:54 PM ]
Today is the anniversary of the discovery of 11 women's bodies on Albuquerque's West Mesa.
Google is bringing their "Google Cardboard" virtual reality to local schools.
This woman is demanding a lifetime supply of Kit Kat bars.
Government officials worry about stronger encryption thwarting their surveillance
Uber drivers complain that they aren't being compensated fairly.
Here's a great cat picture from the internet.
Donate to GRAFT's memory drive
By Maggie Grimason [ Tue Feb 2 2016 3:24 PM ]
In The Crossing Cormac McCarthy wrote, "life is a memory, and then it is nothing." The book explores many of the things that we think of as making us human. Among them, of course, memory. It is powerful to suggest that experience is fleeting and the bulk of who we are is composed of our memories.
Yet, there is a margin of error. Our experiences are subjective, and so are our memories. The good people at GRAFT are collecting those "[memories] on the edge of disappearance, one[s] that feel incomplete, ... that you cannot verify" for an art project.
Early memories, things that may be real or may have happened in a dream ... I have a whole compendium of these and to know if they are true or not would change the fabric of who I am.
Donate your memories by leaving a voicemail at (505) 585-1415.
The Healing Tree
Margaret Cheasebro visits local bookstore
By Press Release [ Tue Feb 2 2016 3:23 PM ]
Margaret Cheasebro talks about and signs her new book for young adults.
Trump Fails in Iowa
Clinton/Sanders Race Too Close To Call
The results are in.
The Daily Word in Animals and Politics
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Mon Feb 1 2016 12:33 PM ]
Tonight are the Iowa caucuses. What exactly are they? Well, definitely one of the weirder American traditions.
The San Francisco Police Department is under fire after some troubling behavior and texts. The Department of Justice has stepped in to do some investigating.
YouTubers react to YouTube brothers going corporate and licensing their react videos.
The Dutch have come up with a way to take down illegal drones–by training eagles of course.
Get into the spirit of Groundhog Day (tomorrow February 2nd) by reading about the history behind the holiday. Hint: the holiday was started by a hunting club, who regularly hunted groundhogs.
Why is this small Italian town celebrating the birth of a new baby? Well, because it’s been 28 years since the last baby was born there.
Coyotes in California are becoming more aggressive toward motorists. Some people are blaming it on the psychedelic mushrooms the coyotes may be eating.
Someone clever has turned Winnie the Pooh into posters for this year’s Oscar nominees.
Vote for Education
By Megan Reneau [ Mon Feb 1 2016 12:18 PM ]
If you’re a registered voter living in the Albuquerque area (particularly if you’re in the APS district), tomorrow is an important day! A vote regarding educational bonds affecting APS, CNM and local charter schools is taking place. This could increase CNM’s capital mill levy $1 million (they haven’t gotten an increase since 1996) and APS and charter schools' capital mill levy to $575 million. Capital mill levy means the money would go towards construction, renovations, operating expenses, etc. And guess what! This won’t increase taxes!!! Whaaaaat!
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