V.22 No.35 |
The Daily Word in hot schools in the Midwest, California's Rim Fire and lava lamps
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Sep 2 2013 10:29 AM ]
Congress and the White House are still trying to decide whether or not to launch a limited military strike against Syria for using chemical weapons on civilians last month.
One-year-old Antiq Hennis was shot in the head and killed Sunday night in Brooklyn, NY. According to sources, the bullet was meant for this father, Anthony Hennis.
For those who are taking a break this Labor Day and reading Fifty Shades of Grey, the two main stars of the movie adaptation were announced.
California's Rim Fire is still raging, and many fear for the lives of the cattle that graze those lands.
It's getting hot in here, so can I please go home?
The search still continues for missing firefighter, Token Adams, who went missing on Friday afternoon when he failed to report to his crew at a “pre-planned meeting point” when responding to a fire in the Jemez.
Five people (including two children and a pregnant woman) died this Labor Day weekend in car crashes around the state.
Hey Londoners, go get you some lava lamps. They turn 50 tomorrow!
V.20 No.19 | 5/12/2011
Julia Minamata juliaminamata.com
7 Wet Wonders
Where the water is
Blue Hole, Jemez, Heron Lake, Carlsbad Riverwalk, San Juan River, T or C and Rio Grande Gorge
V.19 No.30 | 7/29/2010
Wet weather is good for mushroom hunters.
By Geoffrey Plant [ Fri Aug 6 2010 1:14 PM ]
All this wet weather has brought a nice showing of mushrooms in New Mexico. This enthusiast had the good fortune to attend a dinner party where the featured item was an eight pound Cauliflower mushroom from the south east area of the Valle Grande in Jemez mountains. A beautiful tangy and earthy scent emanated from this specimen, which was regarded by many to have the segmented appearance of a brain. It sliced like a Stilton, loose and hearty. It was cooked to perfection in a broth by the host who then proceeded to feature the fungus in a lovely Beef stroganoff on egg noodles. A chardonnay complemented the delicate, buttery flesh of this outstanding find.
Disclaimer: do not eat anything without the guidance of an experienced mushroom hunter.
V.19 No.23 |
The Daily Word 06.11.10: Oil spill, World Cup, digital billboards, living beyond your means
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Fri Jun 11 2010 8:59 AM ]
Obama's old NYC apartment is for rent.
New Orleans oyster company, America's oldest at 134 years old, closes.
Brides are canceling their beach weddings along the gulf coast.
Teenage solo sailer Abby Sunderland was located in the Indian Ocean.
The World Cup is here, and people are jazzed about soccer, ahem, futbol.
It's Jacques Cousteau's 100th birthday—here are some zings under zee zea.
Were pre-historic sea monsters warm-blooded?
Floods kill 12 in Arkansas.
City councilor Issac Benton wants to ban digital billboards because they're ugly and a traffic distraction.
In New Mexico it's now OK to pass out drunk in your car if you don't intend to drive.
A 24-year-old talks about her first trip to an AA meeting.
The narcotic effects of video games.
Financial crisis: How the U.S. was allowed and encouraged to live beyond its means.
New Mexico may want the poor to pay for their own health insurance.
Seems like it would be hard to do tricks in a Celtics cheerleader uniform.
Weather: Highs in the mid-'80s over the weekend.
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