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V.23 No.3 | 1/16/2014

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The Daily Word in Golden Globes, mile-marker 420 and the Handsome Family

By Carl Petersen [ Mon Jan 13 2014 10:58 AM ]
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Who won at the 2014 Golden Globes?

On top of everything else, is there trouble in Obama’s marriage?

A Japanese company is buying Jim Beam.

Did Christie misuse Sandy relief funds?

Tiny windmills generate power.

In Colorado, people keep stealing mile marker 420.

Ellen De Generes, who will host the 2014 Oscars, has been linked to internet pirating of movie screening copies.

Discover the secret world of zit-popping videos.

If you were thinkging about photographing tiny plastic people, somebody beat you to it.

The dark side of the moon is turquoise.

Blessed be. Enjoy these photos of modern-day witches.

Turn your car into a tank.

Rest in peace, Sam Berns.

An arrest was made in the flash-mob robbery of Angel Eyes boutique on San Pedro.

David Eckert will receive a $1.6 million settlement for receiving unlawful anal probings.

HBO taps Albuquerque’s Handsome Family for the “True Detective” theme song.

Happy birthday Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

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V.20 No.48 |

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The Daily Word in bendy straws, storm and indefinite detention

By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Dec 1 2011 10:17 AM ]
The Daily Word

Kid hauled off to juvy for burping in class, according to civil rights lawsuit.

New Mexico 10th worst-run state in the union, says finance pub.

Occupy evictions in LA were fraught with violence and arrests, and only certain media were allowed to observe.

Big storm headed our way. Is the gas company ready this time?

Senate considers a bill that could allow terrorism suspects—including Americans—to be held indefinitely without trial.

Horses may be killed for their meat after Congress lifts a ban on funding for inspections.

Man imbued with the holiday spirit freaks people out.

Superman comic sold for more than $2 million.

APD chief and mayor want you to vote on the look of the new police cars.

The history of the bendy straw.

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V.20 No.2 |

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The Daily Word 1.13.11: Guv vs. CNM, Target in the air, Tom Hanks' rapper son

By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Jan 13 2011 9:36 AM ]
The Daily Word

Obama says America should be as good as 9-year-old Christina Taylor Green imagined it to be. Here's the full text.

What Gov. Martinez has to say about being sued by environmentalists.

The guv is also suggesting the state bleed CNM for cash.

Officials are moving a sex-offender registration location away from a bus stop.

Target wants to build a Target in the air Uptown.

Someone pulled a fire alarm at The Pit, forcing evacuation with one second left in the first half.

These people will name their baby after you if you find their dog.

Romanian birds died of the drink.

NPR photo essay: Then and now, a year after the quake in Haiti.

Landslides kill hundreds in Brazil.

Twin sisters turn 100.

Hard cider is back.

Don't have sex with your mister or mistress in the marital bed.

Tom Hanks' son, Chet, is a rapper who likes to smoke fancy weed in fancy places.

How about a nuclear car?

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