V.22 No.27 |
The Daily Word in BP appeals case, Roswell and Google Doodle and superhero villains
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Jul 8 2013 10:18 AM ]
BP Lawyer cites "irreparable injustices" in how settlement payments are being handled.
Officials probe why a jet that crash landed in San Francisco was flying too slow before it hit the runway.
Authorities search for 40 missing people after a train blast in Quebec town that killed five.
Michael Allen speaks out in speculation over whether Albuquerque police could have spared his brother, Vincent Wood, who was shot multiple times on Friday night.
Albuquerque remembers Austin Hudson-LaPore.
Google Doodle and Roswell? Oh, we're there!
City planners want to make Central a little snazzier! Neon signs anyone?
V.19 No.12 |
DayBird - March 30th
By Geoffrey Anjou [ Tue Mar 30 2010 4:18 PM ]
1746- Francisco de Goya (d. 1828) Spanish painter; depicted political tyranny in his works, and flowers. pretty ones.
1853 – Vincent van Gogh (d. 1890) was a Dutch post-Impressionist painter. He suffered and died largely unknown, at the age of 37, from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. So did he cut his ear off and give it to a prostitute or did Gauguin slice it off with a sword? I prefer the former.
1858 - Pencil with attached eraser patented by Hyman L. Lipman.
1867 – Alaska is purchased from Russia for $7.2 million, about 2 cent/acre by United States Secretary of State William H. Seward. The media call this Seward's Folly.
All recovered okie dokie like, except James Brady, who suffered permanent brain damage. He later became an advocate of gun control, and in 1993 Congress passed the "Brady Bill," which established a five-day waiting period and background checks for prospective gun buyers. President Bill Clinton signed the bill into law.
Hinckley was eventually found not guilty by reason of insanity. The 25-year-old was obsessed with the Martin Scorsese film "Taxi Driver." The assassination of Reagan was intended to win Jodie Foster’s affection. Why not Cybill Shepard? I never understood that.
1986 -Actor James Cagney (b. 1899) His most famous line was never uttered. He never actually said, "MMMmmm, you dirty rat!” The closest he got to it in the film was: "Come out and take it, you dirty, yellow-bellied rat, or I'll give it to you through the door!" The more you know.
2002 – Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, Queen Mother of the United Kingdom (b. 1900) bites the dust at 101.
Western Youth Day at Historic Old Town
A day of Western music and kids' activities.
Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) at KiMo Theatre
The Haymarket Squares • punkgrass • Floozy • Americana, rock at Low SpiritsMore Recommented Events ››