V.23 No.41 | 10/9/2014
The Daily Word in gay marriage, rabid bats and stolen balloons.
The Supreme Court rejected appeals from five states seeking to ban gay marriage.
A rabid bat attacked a guitar-playing camper on video.
Get ready for a new nine-episode Twin Peaks series.
The BTK killer is writing a book about his exploits.
The Coast Guard rescued a man inside a plastic bubble who was trying to run from Florida to Bermuda inside it.
Test your knowledge of Motorhead.
A balloon was stolen from the Nativo Lodge.
A shooting threat ruined Homecoming for Cibola High School.
Marble Brewery won big at the Great American Beer Festival.
Happy birthday, Matthew Sweet.
V.23 No.39 |
The Daily Word in ebola, Ello and Pantone beer packaging
In Liberia and Sierra Leone, the ebola death toll is at least 2,917. Liberian capital Monrovia faces an epidemic, as infections outpace access to health care.
The skull of a new species of dino, Ankylousaur, is now on display at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. BLM paleontologist Phil Gensler said, "It looks vaguely like an armored alligator."
The IRS raided Downtown business BigByte, a data center, this morning.
What is new anti-Facebook social network Ello's story?
This Pantone beer packaging reminds me of those what-color-is-your-urine hydration charts. (Generally speaking, the darker your urine is, the more dehydrated you are. But vitamins, supplements and certain health conditions can also affect urine color.)
V.23 No.38 |
The Daily Word in Malkovich, Malkovich
The three-breasted-woman is actually just a two-breasted-woman. Which is at least 33% less amazing. Also, her name is not "Jasmine Tridevil." Because, come on.
The threat to expose Emma Watson’s supposed nude photos after her UN speech on feminism was also a hoax.
Living with humans screws up chimpanzees.
A new brewery is opening up in the “Brewery District.” Another one is getting ready for a 2015 start. This brings the total number of breweries in this up to city to “Really? That many?”
John Malkovich is Malkoviching up some famous photographs.
Another Bitcoin centered company gets shut down by the Man. This time just because they didn’t ship special bitcoin computers that they promised. And also because they ripped off their customers for at least $3 million. Why does the government hate freedom and innovation?
V.23 No.37 | 9/11/2014
Intoxicating Harvest Guide 2014
The weather is cool and the wine is calling.
V.23 No.34 | 8/21/2014
A Drinkable Feast
Down and Out Drinks and Dinner
A late birthday toast to Charles Bukowski
Hosho McCreesh celebrates the “poet of skid row’s” birthday in the way he knows best: with local beer and food.
V.23 No.30 |
Not Quite Weekly Podcast #2
The Summer Dining Guide and more!It's our second ever podcast! This week, arts and lit editor Lisa Barrow discusses changes in the International District and the newly retranslated Russian sci-fi novel Hard to be a God. Features/food editor Ty Bannerman talks about the Summer Dining Guide with poet/writer/drinker Hosho McCreesh.
V.23 No.30 | 7/24/2014
Camping With Cans
Imbibing your way through New Mexico’s outdoor beauty
Hosho McCreesh heads to the outback with a canned selection of New Mexico brewed beer.
V.23 No.29 | 7/17/2014
photos by Eric Williams ericwphoto.com
Variety Comes to Old Town
Taking in the breeze at Backstreet Grill
Ty Bannerman checks out the newest reason for locals to swing by Old Town.
V.23 No.23 | 6/5/2014
CC by Rochelle, just rochelle
Bite Sized Edition
Nora Hickey dishes out the latest Burque food and restaurant happenings.
V.23 No.20 | 5/15/2014
photos by Eric Williams ericwphoto.com
A poetic trip through Albuquerque’s breweries
Poet Hosho McCreesh samples micro-brewed pints at some of Albuquerque’s best taprooms.
Give It Time
Vintage Beer: A Taster’s Guide to Brews That Improve over Time
Author Patrick Dawson’s new book explores the world of cellared beers.
V.23 No.17 |
The Daily Word in no toe shoes for soldiers, The Rob Ford Show and the world's fastest beer mile.
KAFB could be fined 10,000 dollars per day if they don't start cleaning up the jet fuel spill.
The DOJ's first community meeting was a bumpy ride.
Beyonce took a picture of a New Mexico highway sign.
Police have charged a third man, a Lobo running back, for his suspected role in a gang rape.
"As women age, they are worth less and less" and other bits of marital wisdom from the Chinese government.
Cliven Bundy's dispute with BLM has drawn wackos from far and wide to his realm of Nevada.
Donald Sterling's girlfriend has a weird visor.
Toronto mayor Rob Ford's story as a TV show.
V.23 No.13 |
The Daily Word in a 1,000 year old Native American, a 160 year old tortoise and a million jars of peanut butter
Justifying the use of tear gas during Sunday's anti-police-violence demonstration, APD chief Eden points to a man allegedly wielding an AK-47.
The dialogue concerning APD's pattern of employing lethal force is taking place on some interesting social media pages.
Media outlets across the nation are picking up the story of James Boyd's death and the resultant public outrage.
A boy in Utah found the remains of an ancient Native American.
Kelly's Brewpub is canning their beer using a mobile cannery.
Defunct peanut butter manufacturer Sunland ended up dumping all their left-over jars of peanut butter.
Glenn Beck is the subject of a defamation suit related to the Boston Marathon bombings.
This guy is going to sleep inside a bear for two weeks.
Attention: Lego is a tool of Satan.
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