V.20 No.51 |
The Daily Word in robots, French boob jobs and magic eye
By Marisa Brown-Marrich [ Fri Dec 23 2011 11:27 AM ]
Congress approves payroll tax cut.
Weather closes most N.M. highways.
APD hired officer with an "excessive force" past, according to lawsuit.
Gay robot opposes Bachmann.
Hypnotic folk dance indeed.
The hideous actors behind the hideous masks.
Medical magical mushrooms in the realm of enchantment.
Happy Hanukkah! Save a little money on the electric bill, why don’t you?
Space ball falls from sky in Namibia.
Perhaps that’s why everyone is mysteriously nodding off in Africa?
Kim Jong Il is mourned to death.
France recommends that 30,000 women have their breast implants removed.
Mmmm .. Italian Red Meat Flavor.
Occupy. Now what?
Pollacks continue to do everything backward by using drone planes to spy on police at protests.
Five ways to eat baby Jesus.
A very Terry Gilliam Christmas.
V.20 No.50 | 12/15/2011
Dreidel Dreidel Dreidel
By Adam Fox [ Sat Dec 17 2011 9:00 AM ]
If I spoke Yiddish, I'd be able to accurately pronounce this event with the appropriate throat-clearing, guttural gusto it requires. Since I can't, I'll leave it up to the more seasoned folks at Congregation Nahalat Shalom (3606 Rio Grande NW). Their annual Funky Khanikeh Freylekh today at 5:38 p.m. is the perfect way to prepare for the start of Hanukkah, with a 20-piece klezmer orchestra, activities for the kids, an auction, a used book sale, arts and crafts, and delicious food. Don't forget to bring a few items to donate to Roadrunner Food Bank and Project Share. Admission is $2 for adults and a buck for those 18-and-under. For more, you can call the congregation at 343-8227 or visit nahalatshalom.org.
V.20 No.49 | 12/8/2011
The Jewish Cowboy
Kinky Friedman on music, satire and Rick Perry's hair
By Samantha Anne Scott
Lone Star state raconteur and troubadour Kinky Friedman stops in Santa Fe on his 14-city Hanukkah Tour.
Tanner Louis & The Aviators • country at Dirty Bourbon
One-Year Anniversary Party at Fat Pipe ABQ
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