V.23 No.19 |
The Daily Word in life on Mars, the wreck of the Santa Maria and Susana Martinez' war chest
Photos of the WIPP containers responsible for what could be a three year shutdown of the facility.
Governor Martinez has raised 36 times the amount of campaign funds than the next best funded NM gubernatorial candidate.
The Signal Fire near Silver City is still zero percent contained.
Rapper explains why he severed his penis.
Did you misplace a coffin filled with weapons?
This Baltimore TV station is reporting on a crazy guy who has apparently barricaded himself inside their TV station.
We may finally find out the true identity of the Zodiac Killer.
V.21 No.27 |
The Daily Word in lighting fires, daring explorations and bad P.R.
Aerial footage of this morning's derailed freight train fire in Columbus, Ohio.
Newfound marine creature named after Bob Marley.
Egypt's military leadership caught in power battle with Muslim Brotherhood.
Fresh grief at the site of the Srebrenica massacre.
The Spaceport should see first tourist takeoffs by the end of next year.
Upcoming International AIDS Conference highlights health issue in the U.S., where African-American community suffers disproportionately.
Greg Jackson interviewed after high-profile feature on Jackson-Winklejohn Gym.
Racial profiling claims leveled at San Juan County law enforcement.
The state attorney general's image problem.
Astonishing images from an undersea photo studio.
Dude, don't pull a "Harry Reid."
Free Slurpees for all! 'Til the cups run out.
V.20 No.28 |
The Daily Word in Darren White, Harry Potter and His Noodly Appendage
Meet the police officer who showed up to the car accident of Darren White's wife. The officer says his police report was rejected for grammatical errors.
Spelling errors cost millions.
Preschool kids playing with hypodermic needles.
Yogurt guy facing federal charges, three to five years behind bars and a $250,000 fine.
Mayor of Columbus, N.M., pleas guilty to gun smuggling for Mexican drug gangs. Town's police department shut down earlier this week, too.
The last Harry Potter movie is pretty good, says this reviewer.
Research uncovers a daily pill that protects people from HIV.
Marijuana can be even greener.
Pastafarian wins legal battle to wear pasta strainer on his head for his driver's license picture. (May His Noodly Appendage bless you, good sir.)
Du … Du Hast … Du Hast Mich as interpreted by a choir in Belgrade.
Reuse an Altoids tin without losing your masculinity.
The behaviors of state flags. (Sometimes state flags honor murderous severed limbs.)
North Dakota might not be a state.
V.20 No.11 | 3/17/2011
The Daily Word 3.11.11: Tsunami edition
Massive earthquake strikes Japan, sets off tsunami.
California surfers waited in water for tsunami.
Columbus mayor, police chief due in federal court today.
Woman goes to court with monkey in bra.
Police raid Charlie Sheen’s house.
Clovis mom arrested for lettting kids ditch school.
Man gets lesser charge for letting woman cook to death in trunk of his car.
Doctor who was raided by feds sits on anti drug committee.
Former Lobo football player arrested for allegedly having sex with student at high school where he works.
Seven foot waves hit Hawaii.
V.19 No.41 | 10/14/2010
In addition to honoring colonialism, war, genocide, disease and death with Columbus Day, today also rings in National Coming Out Day. Even if you’re not gay, you can show support for your LGBT friends, family and coworkers.
In a year when we’ve so far failed to repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell and gay teen suicides are in the news almost every week, National Coming Out Day is particularly poignant—and necessary.
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Song of the Earth at Bookworks
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