V.25 No.15 | 4/14/2016
The Daily Word in New Mexico water, Facebook and Donald Trump’s kids
By Desiree Garcia [ Mon Apr 11 2016 2:55 PM ]
What’s in your water, New Mexico?
When your dad is a Presidential Candidate and you ironically forget to register to vote for the primaries.
Reasons why Facebook will probably never die out like Myspace. #RIPMyspace
This California Starbucks shear didn’t expect this visitor to drop in.
Hide your buns, hide your patties, hide your condiments because the Hamburglar is on the loose.
V.22 No.31 | 8/1/2013
Dave_B_ via Flickr
I’ll Take My Hot Sauce Unleaded, Thanks
By Lisa Barrow [ Mon Jul 29 2013 2:04 PM ]
¡Ay, no! A new study finds evidence that four chile-based hot sauces imported from Mexico may contain unsafe levels of lead.
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Alibi Flickr Photo of the Day
By Tom Nayder [ Mon Jan 17 2011 2:17 PM ]
9/50 Road Closed
V.19 No.45 | 11/11/2010
Scenes from the Lead/Coal construction mess
By Marisa Demarco [ Mon Nov 8 2010 2:56 PM ]
I’m on Yale, creeping from Silver to Coal over the course of 15 minutes. My journey began at Cornell, about a block away from my destination. But construction has routed me in a giant U, and now my car is guzzling gas while all the students and University area customers simultaneously try to use the single-laned roads.
The Morningstars put a sign in front of their store, Free Radicals, on Yale and Lead that says something to the effect of: Road destruction will continue until you buy clothes from us.
It’s late, 11:30 p.m. I tried to take Garfield heading east. I turn left onto my street, then meet a barricade. The rules have changed again. Now, you can’t cross Coal. I sit, exhausted, wondering what to do next. In my weary state, I’m wondering if there’s even a path left to get to my house. Into my headlights walks a baseball cap-wearing neighbor. He moves the barrels for me, laughs, and says he hasn’t much cared for the construction himself.
I’m getting my mail. Down the street, I see a nearby business owner on his phone, angrily moving the barrels back into place. People have been cutting across his parking lot to get onto Lead. He sits on the curb, frustrated.
I’m riding my bike to work to avoid the morning traffic inching along the too small streets; Silver and Yale are just not ready for this many drivers. On Silver, careless and impatient road warriors, so many more than usual, try to cut around me. They pass way too close. I wait to cross Yale and continue down the designated Bicycle Boulevard. It’s taking some time, as the traffic is bad. The car behind me begins to honk. Finally, I can cross. A driver patiently stops to let me through. The truck behind him honks.
I can’t be the only one driving in circles, reminiscing about the good ol’ days (a week or two ago), when things were better, simple. Lead went west, two lanes. Coal went east, two lanes. Life was good.
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