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The Daily Word in the murderous mall, micro-hut housing, a Blackberry bailout and the great maple syrup mystery

New Mexico Supreme Court to hear same sex marriage arguments.

Pillow Case Bandit arrested at Sunport.

Heavy rains are affecting New Mexico's chile crop.

Do we really want the roads into Chaco Canyon paved?

Update and speculation on the hostage and murder situation in Kenya shopping center.

Plan B in Native American communities.

Some things aren't supposed to be put in the toilet.

Micro-housing for Swedish university students.

A Canadian billionaire is offering to buy the troubled Blackberry company.

Steve Jobs buried a time capsule thirty years ago.

Names have been named in the great Canadian maple syrup conspiracy.

POTUS' #1 reason not to smoke.

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The Daily Word in Kenya's mall siege, the McCluskey trial and Viagra mishaps

A mall siege in Kenya has stretched to its third day, with government security forces trying to get the last remaining hostages out. But it's been reported that two terrorists have been killed.

Breaking Bad” took home the big prize last night.

A hearing today for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is aiming to decide whether prosecutors will seek capital punishment for the Boston marathon bombing, since the state of Massachusetts does not have a death penalty.

A body found on Saturday evening in western New Mexico is believed to be an 83-year-old man by the name of Howard Bassett who went missing a week ago during a flood in Mogollon, but authorities haven't confirmed the identity.

The prosecution is scheduled to wrap up their case today in the trial of John McCluskey, who is accused of killing an Oklahoma couple in 2010.

Just some highlights from Albuquerque's mayoral debate, which was televised last night. The election happens on Oct. 8, so don't forget to cast your votes.

Let it be known that if you take too much Viagra, bad things can happen.

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The Daily Word in The Harlem Shake, The Lobos and the chicken church.

Elections in Kenya have already left 15 people dead.

The names of the Angel Fire plane crash victims have been released.

Evidence that it is time to stop making Harlem Shake videos.

An Albuquerque Subway was hit with a red sticker after a routine inspection.

Police are searching the driver in a hit-and-run that resulted in the death of expectant parents and their baby.

The Lobos are MWC champions!

The house where a man was swallowed by a sinkhole is being demolished.

This Florida church looks like a chicken.

V.20 No.48 | 12/1/2011
Marinated and grilled tilapia
Sergio Salvador salvadorphoto.com

Locovore

Jambo Café

A heady taste of Africa awaits in Santa Fe

Ahmed Obo, the owner/chef at Jambo Café in Santa Fe, was born on the island of Lamu off the coast of Kenya. There, he grew up among the culinary traditions of Africa, Arabia and India. The food at Jambo reflects the Lamu style of culinary fusion. It’s designed to be interesting and different but doesn’t attempt to force anyone too far from their comfort zone. The ingredients, including a host of local meats and veggies, is priced unusually low for a restaurant dealing in clean, local food.

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The Daily Word in ghost sex, impending asteroid doom and Justin Bieber!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Pakistan votes to normalize relations with India.

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the banks didn't cause the financial crisis.

Hermain Cain doesn't seem to know that China has nuclear weapons.

Hooray! New Mexico is number one for overdose deaths. Oh wait …

Anonymous backs away from its threat against the Zetas drug cartel, but have stepped up their attacks on child pornography fans.

Rick Perry wasn't drunk when he gave that drunk-sounding speech.

Kenyan Air Force uses Twitter to warn civilians their town is about to be bombed.

Who are the Tea Party's biggest hypocrites?

My sales manager really wants you to know about this Justin Bieber news.

Four members of a Georgia militia are accused of a terror plot.

Are ghosts having sex in this Ohio woman's house?

Prostate cancer found in 2,250 year-old-mummy

Lobos win!

There's no escaping these new speed cameras.

An asteroid will pass between the Earth and the Moon next week.

So Metallica and Lou Reed released an album together. Sigh.

What is America's most acceptable prejudice?

The case for cheap wine.

When will little Adolf Hitler be returned to his parents?

Anne Rice says the vampires from Twilight are lame.

Happy birthday Steve Ditko!!!

Thanks to Emily, Constance and John for the tips!

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The Daily Word: 7.15.11- Somalian drought, Indonesian volcano, brain's misinformation storage and FBI investigations

Also, maybe fluoride makes us dumb.

Volcano erupts in Indonesia, evacuating thousands.

Kenya opens new refugee camp to deal with influx of Somalis facing starvation.

Misinformation may be un-erasable from our brains.

A DuPont herbicide suspected of killing trees.

A conspiracy theory about fluoride.

FBI investigates claim that journalists tried to hack phones after 9/11.

The United States has a lot of debt, dudes.

This short film about robots rioting in Brixton is cool.

Some idiot sends an email to The Oatmeal and he grades it.

Regretsy helps you know what is NOT steampunk.

Spotify hits the US and may reconfigure the music world.

What the heck is Spotify?

V.19 No.22 | 6/3/2010
Richard Rono runs on the West Mesa.
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

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Run With Kenyans

Athletes help two countries with one sport

Richard Rono is a member of two communitiesand both have troubles. The Kenyan runner has lived in Albuquerque for about 12 years, and he sees that children in the U.S. struggle with obesity. Back in Kenya, the children suffer serious health problems resulting from a lack of sanitation and money. So Rono had an ideahe will train people here to run and help them lose weight naturally. The money he raises will go to Kenya to build latrines and help prevent cholera and other diseases.

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V.18 No.48 | 11/26/2009
Mothers with their children wait for the arrival of the Global Health Partnerships team of volunteers who will assess the nutritional status of the children.
Courtesey of Global Health Partnerships

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Aid From Afar

Local docs travel to Kenya to help children and mothers

In the village of Kisesini, which sits southeast of Nairobi in Kenya’s Yatta District, water is scarce and brackish and food mostly comes in the form of nutrient-empty porridge. Breast milk can be the difference between life and death for the population’s youngest members. Nearly half the children in the region under the age of 5 are malnourished.

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