V.20 No.11 |
The Daily Word: .xxx, menthols, fast food
By Marisa Demarco [ Mon Mar 21 2011 9:03 AM ]
Roundhouse 2011: Bills on driver's licenses, social promotion and capital outlay fail.
Gov. Martinez promises to veto a tax that would keep New Mexico's unemployment fund afloat.
The cleanest fast-food joints in town.
First lady gives APS teacher a grant to install a salad bar at his school. But APS doesn't want it.
30 puppies may be euthanized in Las Cruces.
Fire breaks out on the roof of a nuclear reactor in Japan.
Menthols may be harder to quit, says FDA.
Porn industry and religious groups unite in hatred over .xxx web suffix.
Rich countries are eating so much quinoa, Bolivians (who lived of it for centuries) can't afford it.
The world's most perfect steak can be found in Idaho, says globe-circling book writer.
V.19 No.45 | 11/11/2010
The Daily Word 11.10.10: Pissed-off students, the history of style, mysterious gamma ray bubbles, sausage bites
By Laura Marrich [ Wed Nov 10 2010 12:59 PM ]
U.K. students riot in the streets over fee hikes that would triple tuition.
Meanwhile, UNM academics won’t feel next year’s 5 percent budget cut, acting president Paul Roth indicated yesterday.
Not so at CNM. Several vocational programs will be cut in the fall.
Sara Lee will be swallowed by Mexico’s gigante food corporation Grupo Bimbo.
Mustachioed movie critic Gene Shalit is leaving “Today.”
The FDA unveils 36 proposed warning labels for cigarette packaging.
Two “huge, mysterious gamma ray-emitting bubbles” are sitting at the center of the Milky Way galaxy, astronomers say.
Gwyneth Paltrow thinks she’s a country music singer now.
Dunkin’ Donuts rolls out sausage-pancake munchkin thingies.
Cheatin' at Guild Cinema
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