V.25 No.14 | 4/7/2016
Time and the Mayor
Larry Bob Phillips’ “Back to the Bosque” reminds us that art happens now
By Joshua Lee
With this mural (telling the tale of a crew of time travelers sent back from the future to stop Mayor Berry from raping the Bosque), the audience doesn't even have to actively engage to be affected.
V.25 No.1 | 01/07/2016
The Daily Word in REAL ID, Bosque Trails and dinosaur lovin'
By Peter Karlsen [ Sat Jan 9 2016 7:14 PM ]
The REAL ID can got kicked further down the street, at least for airports.
The city is asking for comment on where the new trail should run. If and how wide are already decided, so stifle those complaints.
New Mexico's less shitty teen pregnancy rate isn't reflected in rural communities.
Insurance companies failing to pay the Department of Health for vaccines has doctors turning away patients.
An Oklahoma company is pushing for a zoning exemption to begin drilling for oil in Rio Rancho.
Arizona and the US Department of the Interior are making plans for a diversion of the Gila river that threatens its ecology.
V.24 No.53 | 12/31/2015
The Daily Word in Al Qaeda, Bosque Restoration and Newtonian Physics
By Peter Karlsen [ Sat Jan 2 2016 2:38 PM ]
A new Al Qaeda recruiting video uses footage of Trump's anti-muslim sentiment.
A new study validates both sides of the home birth argument.
Santa Ana Pueblo's Bosque Restoration Division employs a successful mutlifacted approach to restoring the native habitat.
Getting to Trader Joe's will become even more difficult.
The National Guard is still at work helping residents affected by the storm in the SE part of the state.
APD reminds us that what goes up, must come down.
New Mexico residents can now register to vote online.
V.24 No.48 | 11/26/2015
Councilor Garduño’s departure and other council business at the Nov. 16 meeting
By Carolyn Carlson
Rey Garduño says goodbye, Holly Holm gets her own month and more news from the last city council meeting.
V.24 No.15 | 04/09/2015
The Daily Word in sci-fi, hummus and MDC
By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Thu Apr 9 2015 1:56 PM ]
Wanna be in the long-awaited sequel to Independence Day? You're in luck because a) it's filming in Albuquerque and b) they're looking for extras.
Wait—don't eat that hummus!
Please don't trash the Bosque.
The Mayor's Office balks at Bernalillo County's request that the city of Albuquerque resume 50/50 cost-sharing of operating the Metropolitan Detention Center.
V.24 No.11 | 3/12/2015
Bosque Battle Déjà Vu
By Carolyn Carlson
The City Council revisits the controversy over trail construction on the Bosque, and more in this expanded version of Council Watch.
V.24 No.7 |
The Daily Word in bulldozing the Bosque, movie moms and R. Crumb
By Lisa Barrow and Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Tue Feb 17 2015 4:37 PM ]
Balance out those avocados with some spicy chile. Capsaicin "appears to prevent weight gain in mice that are fed a high-fat diet."
The younger Bush can't escape the legacy of his older, poodle-painting brother.
Are insurance companies rewriting Hurricane Sandy damage reports to save money?
Avail yourself of R. Crumb's regimen for staying sane.
The Daily Word in racial bias, gay marriage and Friday the 13th
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Feb 13 2015 9:09 AM ]
Sissy, a miniature schnauzer from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, walked 20 blocks to be with her owner, who is recovering from cancer surgery at a nearby hospital. That's love, man.
More counties in Alabama are allowing gay marriage licenses after a federal ruling struck down the state's same-sex marriage ban.
On the other end of the spectrum, Oklahoma representatives voted to advance a bill that would provide immunity to clergy members who refuse to perform same-sex weddings.
Noted New York Times columnist David Carr passed away yesterday. He was 58.
FBI Director James Comey gave a talk on Thursday at Georgetown University, addressing “hard truths” police face concerning racial bias.
A group of high school kids are trying to help the homeless by making job kits.
It's Friday the 13th, y'all! And KOAT has compiled a list of strange events that have occurred on this day throughout history.
V.22 No.28 |
The Daily Word in Levi Chavez, Jenny McCarthy and the worst person in North America
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Jul 17 2013 10:04 AM ]
The latest police shooting at least has a certain comedic value.
The Bosque has reopened! Please don't set it on fire.
Even though Los Zetas leader Miguel Treviño (official Worst Person in the North America and responsible for some truly evil acts) has been captured, don't expect Mexican cartel violence to stop any time soon.
And finally, today it's ok to marry gay in the UK.
V.21 No.29 | 7/19/2012
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Walmart on the Rio Grande
New website aids campaign against proposed development
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Tue Jul 17 2012 6:14 PM ]
The fluorescently-lit caverns of despair known as Walmart Stores aims to build another one at Coors and Montaño. This is a particularly troubling notion due to the site’s proximity to the bucolic Bosque at Rio Grande Valley State Park, the Bosque School and master designer Antoine Predock’s first major project, La Luz. A big box store is inappropriate for the location for many reasons—aside from land use, traffic and crime are also concerns—and if the development comes to pass it represents a gut-wrenching lack of foresight and self-respect on the part of the city. Residents in the area don’t want the Walmart and have been fighting the retail behemoth for months. The Taylor Ranch Neighborhood Association, which has the support of dozens of other neighborhood associations from around the city, created againstthewal-
V.21 No.28 |
The Daily Word in dead turtles and a missing Congressman
By Tom Nayder [ Thu Jul 12 2012 10:36 AM ]
Former FBI Director Louis Freeh releases his report on the investigation into the coverup at Penn State.
House Republicans vote for the 30th time to repeal the Affordable Health Care Act.
The Las Cruces doctor who wrote more prescriptions than the entire UNM medical school has had his license suspended.
The Bosque will reopen on Friday.
Workers in Trinadad are totally sorry about crushing thousands of endangered leatherback turtle eggs.
Mississippians will still be able to get abortions, for now.
Pantone chart of all human skin colors.
Scientists finally discover a new moon orbiting Pluto.
Netflix is your new babysitter.
Who drinks the most soda? USA! USA! USA!
Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr has been missing since June.
Five classic movies you'll never get to see because they were never made.
If you want to eat french fries at Olympic Park in London head to McDonald's.
V.21 No.27 | 7/5/2012
The Daily Word in unemployment rate, electronic cigarettes, Spanish winos
By Sam Adams [ Fri Jul 6 2012 10:06 AM ]
Job growth remains stunted.
Albuquerque native Jarrin Solomon will run for Trinidad and Tobago in the Olympics.
Bosque fire reportedly started by an electronic cigarette dropped by a Corrales Youth Conservation Corps member who was in the Bosque looking for ... fires.
Woman killed by hit-and-run at San Mateo and Lomas is the fifth pedestrian killed by traffic in the last week.
David Axelrod likens Mitt Romney to Dick Nixon.
Someone in Florida had the bright idea of making a video about ass shakin’ starring a six-year-old.
Colmbian drug dealer named Fry-Up arrested at his $1.4 million wedding.
If you think Mardi Gras is insane, check out these pictures of raging winos at the San Fermin fest in Pamplona.
Former Raiders defensive end charged with four counts of first-degree murder.
Naked Arizona man who stole a car and created a pile-up was on PCP.
Stonehenge is getting a £27 million makeover.
The Daily Word in Syrian violence, snitches, foie gras
By Sam Adams [ Fri Jun 29 2012 10:23 AM ]
Roughly 140 people killed in Syria yesterday. Nearly 2,000 civilians have been killed in June, alone.
Parts of the Bosque are closed due to high fire risk.
Police say man who drove his car through Kit Carson Park at 4 a.m. was quite drunk.
Atlanta police murder a 92-year-old woman and ask a C.I. to cover for them.
Supreme Court’s health care ruling in minute-to-minute detail.
Video of San Juan inmate attacking prison guard with a toilet-bowl-cleaner shank.
Reflecting on Hunter Thompson’s Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail ’72.
Shanghai’s misogynistic public trans system.
Padlocked tacos and margaritas in condoms on this person’s Etsy account.
An ideal layout for movie theaters.
V.21 No.25 |
The Daily Word in $3 gas, dirty veggies and peaceful Iceland
By Marisa Demarco [ Fri Jun 22 2012 8:03 AM ]
Firefighters gain the upper hand in the Bosque.
Taliban attacks a hotel in Kabul.
Gas might go back down to $3 per gallon.
The Sandusky jury deliberates without hearing accusations from his foster son.
The highest temperatures on record in the U.S.
Dirty dozen list shows fruits and veggies with the most pesticides.
Police officers in Santa Fe who lie or participate in sexual misconduct can be fired immediately under a new policy.
What has come true from Blade Runner?
Find out where the rich keep their private islands.
Denham Fouts inspired his lovers and benefactors with cool disinterest.
Iceland is the most peaceful country in the world.
Cat shreds despite earthquake.
Science. It's a girl thing. Like sexiness and makeup.
The British Monarchy is hiring.
V.21 No.25 | 6/21/2012
The Daily Word in Bosque fire, WTF Florida, 100-pound scrotum
By Sam Adams [ Thu Jun 21 2012 10:20 AM ]
American officials say C.I.A. is helping arm opposition to the Syrian government.
Bosque fire is much larger than previously estimated.
Levi Chavez has his bond doubled and is jailed after a witness in his case said Chavez confronted him.
Another naked man in Florida lashes out with his teeth.
Wait, what’s that? Another naked man on drugs in Florida?
Just stop it, Florida, stop it.
Best-selling biography by notorious, conservative ex-journalist portrays President Obama as a socialist, Muslim political hack.
The death of “Life in Hell.”
African-American student who was physically thrown out of a bar in North Carolina is exposing that bar for being, well, extremely racist.
Man with 100-pound scrotum has to wear a hoodie over his junk.
Eh, people really ain’t that bad.
Third Annual Jewish Film Festival at Jewish Community Center
The Midnight Orchestra, the story of the son of a once famous Jewish musician, Marcel Botbol. Directed by Jérôme Cohen Olivar.
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