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V.24 No.51 | 12/17/2015
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Event Horizon

Afternoon at the Museum

Saturday, Dec 26: Terra Trio

By Taylor Grabowsky [ Thu Dec 24 2015 11:00 AM ]
Listen to Latin jazz, bossa nova and samba while enjoying the art at the museum.
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Robert Maestas

Newscity

By August March

Police Union President Charged

News from around the state.
V.24 No.47 | 11/19/2015
biscochitos
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Gift Guide

The Gift of Food

Because NOTHING is better than food!

By Ty Bannerman
Why not celebrate your loved ones with the gift of (locally produced and sold) food?
V.24 No.42 | 10/15/2015
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Event Horizon

There's No Taste Like Home

Saturday, Oct 24: Albuquerque Herbalism Wild Food Foraging

By Maggie Grimason [ Thu Oct 22 2015 2:00 PM ]
Join herbalist Dara Saville for an introduction to local wild foods.
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V.24 No.40 | 10/1/2015

news

The Daily Word in pickles, Boehners and the Pope

By Megan Reneau [ Fri Sep 25 2015 1:49 PM ]
The Daily Word

Trans woman harassed by dumb idiots that work for the TSA.

Did the Holy Spirit move House Speaker John Boehner to change his party from “Asshole” to “Philanthropist”? Only time will tell.

Pope Francis heals all.

Tasha The Amazon must be an angel (or an alien) because her flow is heavenly.

New students at UNM inspire an overhaul of the local education system.

I encourage you to be a professional, take your job seriously (especially on a Friday!) and look at these otters.

Testeey.

Don't fuck with pickles, man.

Critical thinking is difficult for government officials, but I believe they can do it one day.

V.24 No.37 | 09/10/2015
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Cookie Crusaders

By Megan Reneau [ Wed Sep 16 2015 1:48 PM ]

We may not be able to eat our way to equality, but maybe this Saturday, Sept. 19, we can eat delicious cookies until we purge internalized misogyny while learning about the huge inequality of the gender pay gap?

Rude Boy Cookies (115 Harvard SE) and FemCity Abq (the local chapter of Femfessionals), which assists women with every stage of career development, are hosting a Cookie Crusader fundraiser from 5pm to 8pm. This event draws attention to the 23% disparity in pay between men and women by donating 23% of all proceeds to FemCity Abq to sponsor new members.

Across the board, women annually make 23% less than their male coworkers. That disparity goes up to a 36% wage gap for black women, and soars even further to a 46% wage gap for hispanic women. FemCity members will be present to answer all questions about the group.

This event will fill your appetite to deconstruct the patriarchy through specialized cookies! (But actually, don't eat till you puke, please).

V.24 No.37 | 9/10/2015

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The Daily Word in Catholics, Labor Day, Flintstones and the birds and the bees

By Taylor Grabowsky [ Mon Sep 7 2015 12:04 PM ]
The Daily Word

Your Labor Day sales were built on the bloody backs of striking railroad workers.

Speaking of Labor Day, check out these recipes!

We are family! Family reunions in store for North and South Korea.

You get an annulment! And you get an annulment! Everybody gets an annulment, according to Pope Francis.

Millennial trends: Picking up a nun habit?

New Mexico’s first female motorcycle officer.

This 91-year-old designer is living the dream.

Want to live like the Flintstones? Now you can!

Let’s talk about sex, baby.

V.24 No.35 | 8/27/2015

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The Daily Word: Welcome to Dismaland

By Robert Maestas [ Wed Aug 26 2015 10:59 AM ]
The Daily Word

Hay! Slow Down!

Tamale, Tamale!

black holes 2: electric boogaloo.

The sad truth about today’s world.

Explosive inspiration.

Devil’s well.

Creative frustration.

Magic Transistor.

Raw talent.

Welcome to Disamland.

V.23 No.47 |

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The Daily Word In Pissing Kate Middleton Off, Dogs Dressed Up As Turkeys And A 6-Year-Old Girl's Skateboarding Posse

By Amelia Olson [ Wed Nov 26 2014 12:14 PM ]
The Daily Word

It’s Wednesday November 26th and this rude ass storm is ruining Thanksgiving!

Meanwhile in Southern California, three six-year-old girls are cooler than we will ever be, and skateboard all the damn time.

In Pakistan, 20-year-old Aansoo Kohli teaches 150 children in a shed, isn’t paid for the job, and is finishing her Bachelors Degree,

And if you’re American and you're reading this from your tent outside Best Buy while you wait for a 99 cent TV, joke's on you! You’re doing it wrong!

A local “cafeteria angel” is paying off student lunch debts at elementary schools anonymously and depositing money into needy families' bank accounts, because apparently some people care about other people?

And while the rest of us are consuming questionable amounts of alcohol this “holiday” season and arguing with our racist in-laws, these dogs are all that really matter this Thanksgiving.

Americans can't do anything right. We can’t even dress ourselves! Which really pisses Kate Midleton off. C'mon, you guys! Get it together!

Merry happy Thanksgiving, or whatever. Don’t drink and drive.

V.23 No.37 |

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The Daily Word in Albuquerque's famous Tex-Mex cuisine

By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Sep 17 2014 9:40 AM ]
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Hey, Albuquerque made a top-5 list of cities for foodies in Women’s Health Magazine! Let’s see what this well-researched article says about us. “Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisines have been ABQ mainstays forseeminglyever.” Have you ever seen an entire city facepalm itself, Women’s Health?

Rain is coming! Thanks to Tropical Storm Odile.

A Las Vegas, NM man may have the second ever authenticated photo of Billy the Kid.

Forensic study of Richard III’s skeleton reveals that when he went down, he went down hard.

Santa Fe’s advisory Public Safety Committee is struggling to wrap their heads around the marijuana decriminalization law. “It’s unlawful but it’s not a big deal?” said committee member Joe Arellano. “I’m not sure I understand.” Actually, Joe, that’s pretty much it. This isn’t hard. Really.

And later today, we’ll find out which major league team the ‘Topes will feed into.

V.23 No.36 | 9/4/2014
Adrian Toto

Culture Shock

By Lisa Barrow

Mo’ tasty

The beginning of the end for hip Barelas gallery The Tan, plus Ikebana for you and some Old Town retail therapy.
V.23 No.33 | 8/14/2014

Editorial

Stay the Course

Nutrition standards for kids should remain in place, despite challenges

By Patty Keane MS, RD
Nutritionist Patty Keane weighs in on the controversy over school food standards.
V.23 No.24 | 6/12/2014

Get Lit

Sunday Best

By Lisa Barrow

Artemis Awakening

Whether you’ve a hankering for summery sci-fi or the history of food, two New Mexico authors deliver.
V.23 No.17 | 4/24/2014

Music

Rooster Roundabout: This week’s music highlights

By Mark Lopez [ Fri Apr 18 2014 4:55 PM ]

Yup, watching Belle and Sebastian cover Journey's “Don't Stop Believin'” for a group of kids at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta might be the cutest thing in music this week. You can check that out below, but you might need to have a tissue handy.

A few weeks ago, I posted a track from Buzz Osborne's upcoming solo acoustic album This Machine Kills Artists. And now King Buzzo has posted another snippet from that forthcoming record, which, despite being acoustic, is pretty heavy and dark. But that's a good thing. You can hear his new song (“Drunken Baby”) by heading over to A.V. Club.

For those of you that think Lana Del Rey is all that and a bag of stale potato chips, the moment you've waited for is finally here. The singer-songwriter has come out with the first track from her upcoming sophomore LP Ultraviolence. Some blogs have already touted the tune as the “song of the summer.” Getting ahead of yourselves much? But I'll let y'all be the judge of that. You can listen to “West Coast” below.

I guess it’s only appropriate that I mention tomorrow is Record Store Day. Not only is it a way to promote shopping at your local record stores, it opens your horizons to new and exciting music emerging from the depths of post-Top 40-whatever. Meh ... political correctness aside, I’m not much of a fan of Record Store Day. Most record stores don’t carry the releases the peak my interests, and sometimes it makes me wonder whether it’s a trick to get you into the stores in the first place. Regardless, you’ll probably see me at Mecca tomorrow. But you can read Pitchfork’s top Record Store Day Releases by clicking here.

Hmmm... trippy sound effects, a slick guitar riff quietly sneaking around the bush and lush vocals … The Black Keys' new tune (the title track from their forthcoming Turn Blue) isn't half bad. I just may be tricked into hearing more. Could this be a change of heart or a momentary lapse of judgment? I don't know, but it's one good ditty. I'm impressed, Keys. The tune should tide fans over till May 13, when the album hits stores. Preach on!

I'll admit that the only reason I decided to write about this follow-up item is because Kelley Deal is involved. Sure, everyone knows about her sister Kim (Pixies, Breeders, Amps, etc.), but Kelley Deal is a good songwriter in her own right. Check out The Kelley Deal 6000 if you haven't yet. Now Deal is featured on a track by Motel Beds (“Tropics in The Sand”). It's supposed to be on a split 7-inch that'll be out on Record Store Day, but you can hear the track over at Stereogum if you don't plan on participating. Cause why would you do that anyways?

The only stuff I've heard from The Pains of Being Pure at Heart were tracks on a compilation album I got for free at Austin City Limits. And I don't even remember the names of the songs; that's how out of touch I am. But they've shared a new track via SoundCloud, and if I can describe it in one word: cute. It doesn't hit hard like Bass Drum of Death, but it's not overtly twee like She & Him. It holds a nice place in the middle. Let's call it cute without the “e.” Wait, that spells “cut.” That doesn't work. Just listen to the damn thing.

Well this just seems to be a good week for streaming albums in full ahead of their release dates. You can head over to NPR to listen to Kelis' new record Food. And you can head over to The New York Times to listen to Eels' The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett. And then head over to Consequence of Sound to listen to Nas' Illmatic XX reissue. Thank your kind publications for letting you get a sneak peak before you go purchase these albums … assuming you will actually purchase them.

If you ever wanted to see Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age play a disappointing gay man … here's your chance.

V.23 No.8 | 2/20/2014
“Sasha Reading VI” by Jamie Chase from FOLIO at Matthews Gallery

Culture Shock

By Lisa Barrow

Art by the mouthful

Deliciousness with your art, a smutty local gallery reopens and a local poet hates coconut margaritas in this week’s Culture Shock.
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