V.21 No.1 |
The Daily Word in a new definition of rape, santorum, the Dark Vader burger, and slimy orange water in Rio Rancho
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Jan 7 2012 1:56 PM ]
The suspected Santa Fe flasher had a felony warrant in Vermont.
There's orange slime in some Rio Rancho resident's water.
Director David Russell pinky swore with his transgender niece to keep his groping her a secret. She broke the pinky pact.
The psychology of parking.
Meet the French "Dark Vader" burger, complete with black bun.
This NYU student REALLY did not want to do a class-assigned ethnography study of Occupy Wall Street. ....So she sent out a bunch of bent mass emails explaining... a lot of things.
There is now a Hello Kitty restaurant!
Photo of this Colorado high school senior is "too hot" for the yearbook.
New book explains why monogamy doesn't work for men.
APD arrested one of their employees and charged him with embezzlement.
For the past 83 years, the FBI's definition of rape did not allow that men could be raped. They have also changed the definition to include those who do not physically resist.
Washington Post opinion piece on presidential candidate Rick Santorum's extreme views.
Ed Sanders, poet, author and founding member of seminal '60's New York City beatnik-freak musical maximists the Fugs, has just had his memoir published.
On this day in 1964 Nicolas Kim Coppola, aka Nicolas Cage, was born.
Cambodian Son at African American Performing Arts Center
As part of The Migration Experience, this film captures the inspirational story of Kosal Khiev’s journey from prisoner in America to world-class poet in Cambodia.
TEDxABQ Salon Entrepreneur 2.0 at Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
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