V.25 No.7 | 02/18/2016
Memory in Movement
Saturday, Feb 27: Anat Grigorio's "Memo"
By Joshua Lee [ Thu Feb 25 2016 10:00 AM ]
A dance performance explores the evolution of our memories.
V.20 No.19 |
The Daily Word: 5.13.11- revenge attacks, future of journalism, bring your passport, decapitated bodies
A bunch of serious, depressing stories and a couple bright ones
By Summer Olsson [ Fri May 13 2011 11:12 AM ]
Revenge bombing in Pakistan may be first of many.
Europe to curtail passport-free travel, stopper immigration.
Robert Krulwich, Radiolab host, gives commencement speech on the future of journalism.
Facebook paid PR firm to smear Google.
Nineteen decapitated bodies found in Durango, Mexico since Monday.
Two cyclists hit by cars Thursday, one dead. Not cool.
NM Forest Service to close several forests due to extreme fire danger.
Murders/suicide in Idaho leaves
Mapfund announces a million in grants to groundbreaking performers.
The Oatmeal instructions for being a bad salesperson.
V.19 No.49 | 12/9/2010
By John Bear
Sketch the Dead
Bodies ... The Exhibition has been up for about two months at the Albuquerque Convention Center (401 Second Street NW, Northwest Exhibit Hall). It features real preserved corpses in various, though usually sports-related, poses.
V.19 No.38 | 9/23/2010
I’m Sure This Violates Leviticus Somehow
Bodies ... The Exhibition comes to Albuquerque
By John Bear
Once the initial wave of creepy wears off, Bodies ... The Exhibition—well,maybe “creepy” is being too modest. The exhibit, which opened Sept. 9 at the Albuquerque Convention Center, features real human bodies in various stages of disassembly. The back of one of the specimens has been filleted to show the spine and muscles. A person with a constitution weaker than mine may regard “creepy” as being the understatement of the year.
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