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Rhapsody in Burque
Meaning in the Mundane
The Daily Word in why the hell there was fog, our sci-fi future, and Bill Cosby
A case is reopened against Bill Cosby just before the 12-year statute of limitation deadline.
Stay warm, stay safe. This winter is deadly.
How this year brought us closer to our ideal sci-fi future.
The rather creepy mystery of lights in an abandoned New Orleans hospital is solved.
If you saw fog last night, you're probably as confused as I was. Here's an explanation.
The Daily Word in marijuana decriminalization in Albuquerque, big pharma and Volkswagen's deep troubles
Albuquerque Mayor Berry says he will veto the marijuana decriminilization measure passed by city council last night.
The APD K-9 and handler who helped take down James Boyd have both retired but only one is slated to be euthanized.
In order to comply with new rules, BernCo Court is now hearing 8 times as many cases every week, meaning everyone in the county is now needed for jury duty.
The State Representative from Jemez Pueblo says he was "verbally misled" into buying clothes and stuff with campaign contributions.
The new and alleged d-bag CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals raised the price of a 62 year old drug used by AIDS and cancer patients by 5000 percent.
Today's ruin porn comes to you from Johnsonville, CT.
A trans woman had a run in with the TSA over guess what?
Père Lachaise cemetery's most famous, good-luck trouser weasel.
The Daily Word in dogs that look like pandas, marshmallow tricks and Ned Flanders quits The Simpsons
Let's just start this off with some sad news and get it over with. The 24-year-old missing Albuquerque woman's vacant car was found at the top of the Sandia Crest, but search and rescuers have yet to locate the woman. Seriously hoping she is found safe.
You know how difficult your two sons are to handle? Imagine 13 of them. One Michigan family keeps havin' boys!
American Idol is stil a thing I guess. Someone won last night, but more importantly J. Lo performed a Rihanna song.
Ned Flanders quits The Simpsons and the entire world falls apart. Rumor has it Harry Shearer wants to do a little work outside of the Simpsons and the producers are all like "NOPE."
May 13 1985 was a sad day in Philly. What has changed since the MOVE bombing and what can be learned?
And to make my grandma proud, I've included her favorite publication's list of things you can do with marshmallows. Thank you, Reader's Digest!
The Daily Word in bonfires, wine and cones of shame
Conceptual performance artist and sculptor Chris Burden—who once literally shot himself in the arm for his art—died Sunday at age 69.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged the CEO and CFO of ITT Technical Institute's parent company with fraud.
Yesterday's headline OTD was "Man arrested after drinking 10 bottles of wine." And believe it or not, what happened to the man after he consumed said vino is even more absurd and amusing.
Today in list porn—HuffPo names Albuquerque one of its Top 5 Cities to Visit in 2015.
Shutterbug Ty Foster's Time Out series captures canines in their cones of shame.
Albuquerque Festivals Worth Checking Out
The Daily Word in Girl Scout cookies and cheese puffs, the best '90s family The Winslows and removing mustard stains from your shirt
Good afternoon! Maybe you're thinking to yourself right now "Things are really bad all around. People are in pain and aren't always kind to one another. Money rules the world and I just spilled mustard on my shirt." Don't worry, friend! There are a few good things in the world, and here are some tips on removing stains from your clothes.
Two women survived being stranded in the freezing cold for two weeks by living off of Girl Scout cookies and cheese puffs. Sadly, I've been living off the same things for 29 years.
If you live in one of Baltimore's wealthiest neighborhoods Roland Park your life expectancy is 19 years longer than if you were to be born in one of the poorest neighborhoods Downtown/Seton Hill. Wait! This is terrible news! Sorry.
Ignore the sad parts (like why we claim to know what is best for other people) and just rejoice knowing that for a brief time, Edddie Winslow and Teresa Tapia were married!
Let's take a trip down memory lane and visit the cast of America's number one family sitcom Family Matters. It wasn't #1? Whatever. It was a great show.
There are still mysteries in life that can't be explained or resolved by asking Siri.
Britney Spears' performance of a lifetime.
A teenage boy survived the devastating earthquake in Nepal after being stuck in rubble for six days.
Hope that stain doesn't ruin your shirt.
The Daily Word in powdered alcohol, baby hippos and how to play songs on your telephone keypad!
It's Thursday! My baby kept me up all night and now I'm pretty crabby! Here are some news articles for you since I guess you guys can't find your own damn news!
Some jerky thieves stole veterinarian equipment from a mobile equine veteranarian truck. Help solve the crime!
Dr. Sanjay Gupta is calling for a medical marijuana revolution!
We think Joel White would agree!
Bill Cunninghan attends the Easter Parade on 5th Ave where churchgoers were dressed in "styles from the 17th century" and wearing hats that were "either towering fantastical creations or vintage pieces." Oh, New York! You're so fancy and cool!
Finally, some useful information online. This website gives you the telephone keypad codes to play songs like, You Are My Sunshine, The Itsy Bitsy Spider and much more. Don't act like you're above it.
Six states have already banned powdered alcohol and the creator of the powder is rushing to get it on the shelves in remaining states. Critics are concerned people will snort the powder and that drinks might be spiked easier.
A baby hippo was born at the Albuquerque Zoo two days ago! Hallelujah!
Have a good day, sorry I said that thing about finding your own news. We love you!
The Daily Word in barfing in public, Troll Dolls and Mazzy Star!
Where the hell did the sun go? If the overcast weather is making you feel murky and bummed out, here is a list of things that will make you feel better.
Mazzy Star's Give You My Lovin'.
Ever barfed unexpectedly in public? This kid did and he promptly sent an apology note to the "barf cleaners."
It'll be sunny tomorrow!
There are a lot of really beautiful, good people in the world.
wikiHow has solved depression. Turns out all we need to do is try things like being optimistic and making more money!
But seriously, if you're struggling right now there are people who care about you!
Sloths only go to the bathroom once a week! Read more weird facts about sloths here!
Basically the only reason Pinterest should exist is to worship Troll Dolls.
Enjoy the rest of your day, it won't be Monday soon.
The Daily Word in making the elderly comfortable, DOGS and oppressive military policies
It's Friday and I'm kind of crabby and kind of excited for the lunch I packed. News is kind of good and kind of horribly depressing.
Live your life!
The military typically discharges transgender troops on medical grounds.
High five to Lovelace Westside Hospital for making their emergency room more comfortable for seniors. The new rooms feature softer lighting, clocks and signs that are easier to read.
A judge was all like “Bye, Felicia”and removed District Attorney Kari Brandenburg from the murder prosecution of two Albuquerque police officers who are accused of killing James Boyd. The judge stated a “conflict of interest.”
A man in Brazil posted an unexpectedly funny and poignant Facebook post and the internet REALLY liked it.
In case you're kinda dumb, here is a page explaining what a dog is.
The Daily Word in sci-fi, hummus and MDC
Wanna be in the long-awaited sequel to Independence Day? You're in luck because a) it's filming in Albuquerque and b) they're looking for extras.
Wait—don't eat that hummus!
Please don't trash the Bosque.
The Mayor's Office balks at Bernalillo County's request that the city of Albuquerque resume 50/50 cost-sharing of operating the Metropolitan Detention Center.
Workin' it: Our weekly Instagram photo contest winner
It's Friday! Which doesn't mean much to those of you who work through the weekend, but for the rest of us it's time to kick up our feet and enjoy the weekend. You sent us pictures of your work space this week!
And while your work spaces were cool, scary and disorganized, we thought this week's prize ought to go to Instagram user buttsweatandtears for their beer, condoms and hot sauce work desk. Way to be responsible with your culinary and romantic decisions!
Email Amelia@alibi.com with subject line PHOTO CONTEST and redeem your siiiiiiiiiiick prizes and $10 in Alibi Bucks!
Stay tuned for next week's contest and be sure to follow us @weeklyalibi.
Local teacher reminds us how kind our city can be
It’s sometimes difficult to remember the rays of sunlight that inhabit our city. With tension surrounding our police force and homeless communities, Albuquerque can get caught up in the things we want to improve and lose sight of the people who are giving their hearts and souls to our beautiful city every single day to make it a better place. Local schoolteacher Sonya Romero is just one example of the kindness Burque folks possess, and thanks to her appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres show, a local school is getting some much needed TLC.
The Daily Word in urban sprawl, bait dogs and Choctaw kindness
In a victory for urban sprawl, developer Jim Strozier announced plans for a new "city" west of Albuquerque.
It's taking longer than expected to find a suitable replacement for former APS superintendent Winston Brooks.
Bernalillo County officials say fears about having your dogs stolen—for use as "bait dogs"—have been blown out of proportion.
Attorneys for two boys charged with beating two homeless Native American men to death are asking for "amenability."
A sculpture is being installed in Ireland to honor the kindness and generosity of the Choctaw during the Great Famine.
Keep your head up, Liza. You are loved.