V.24 No.49 | 12/3/2015
A Stitch in Time
Colcha evolves as a craft while preserving New Mexican heritage
By Maggie Grimason
Colcha embroidery developed with the dense wool of early Spanish inhabitants' churro sheep, connecting art, history, memory and the natural world to create a complex, tactile chronicle.
V.20 No.51 |
The Daily Word in politics, human to animal contact and TALKING IN ALL CAPS
By TOM NAYDER [ Wed Dec 28 2011 9:02 AM ]
Again with the debt ceiling.
Kim Jong-il's two-day funeral begins.
Yes, Congress really is as bad as you think.
Rick Santorum promises to pack up and go home if he comes in last in Iowa.
Democrat Ben Nelson is retiring from the Senate.
No New Mexico float in the Rose Parade this year.
Surprise! Newt Girgrich's divorce papers contradict his claims about the split.
Questions are being asked about Jerry Sandusky's wife.
Mayor Berry reviews the first half of his term.
Vladimir Putin is too cool for vote rigging.
Two killed in a shootout at a Church's Chicken in Chicago.
Tweeting the phrase human to animal contact will attract the attention of the Department of Homeland Security.
A $25 computer about to begin production.
The great exploding churro lawsuit has been settled.
Toys R Us sued over loose wagon wheel.
ANIMALS TALKING IN ALL CAPS is exactly as awesome as the name implies.
The 50 most entered BitTorrent phrases of 2011 are…
Adorable anti-gender marketing rant from a 4-year-old.
2011s best animal videos.
When will the Co-op get a man aisle?
SETI to search the moon for alien footprints.
The Grand Canyon Burger sounds awesome!
Save cash and avoid airport impulse buys.
The true weight of the internet is somewhere between a grain of salt and a strawberry.
Former Saturday Night Live writer dead of apparent suicide.
Sweet old computer magazine covers from the 70s/80s.
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