V.20 No.33 |
The Daily Word in Phil Spector, religion and a new oil sheen
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Aug 18 2011 9:18 AM ]
The Burqueño who saved the little girl from a kidnapper is being praised and rewarded by people around the country.
What's this about a new oil sheen in the Gulf?
President Obama tells Assad to split.
In Japan more than $78 million was found in the post-earthquake wreckage. The people who find the wallets and cash and safes keep turning them over to authorities. Weird.
California high court won't hear Phil Spector's appeal.
Coco Chanel: Nazi agent?
The taxonomy of graffiti.
Veteran APD officer made a deal with a decoy prostitute, according to police. He was arrested.
This person could die if she combs her hair.
Hey little girls: It's never to early to think about dieting.
Religion is going … going … gone in nine countries.
U.S. agency wants to know what it would take to travel to another star. Figuring it out could take a hundred years.
Not everyone is meant for college.
Placitas Artists Series Visual Artists Reception at Las Placitas Presbyterian Church
Featuring works by Catherine Alleva (ceramics), Dorothy Bunny Bowen (wax resist paintings), Joe Anne Fredrikson (art quilts) and more.
UNM Student & Faculty Recital: Stephanie Opsal • clarinet • Alex Austell • trumpeter • Kristin Ditlow • piano at Keller Hall
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