V.23 No.29 |
The Daily Word in Arnold’s oasis, postmodernism, and Meteorite Museum
By August March [ Thu Jul 17 2014 1:23 PM ]
This week’s ABQ Journal fishing report sez you can catch catfish in the Rio Grande between here and Socorro using night crawlers, liver or stink bait; the tiger muskies at Bluewater Lake fancy hotdogs, though.
Jim Goodman at the Mountain View Telegraph likes to hike Embudito Canyon.
Last night, an Isotope homered in the PCL All-Star game.
Carlito Springs, a hidden oasis in the southern part of the Sandia Mountains – and a favorite resting spot for my old dog Arnold – will be open to the public beginning in August.
The Acting Veterans Affairs Secretary is visiting Albuquerque today on official business.
On Wednesday evening, it rained and rained some more.
Postmodernism comes to Coyote Canyon.
An alleged probation violator in Albuquerque threatened authorities with a BB gun before he was gunned down by US Marshal.
Former NM governor Toney Anaya was recently investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission; he later settled the resulting lawsuit out of court.
UNM’s Meteorite Museum at Northrop Hall is undergoing a much-needed asbestos removal process.
V.22 No.30 |
The Daily Word in big oil, big buckets, big mushrooms and big magnets
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jul 30 2013 8:43 AM ]
Let's hear it for storm ponds!
More people in Albuquerque walk to work than ride the bus to work!?
Moody's downgraded Santa Fe's bond rating.
This cell phone video of Toronto police shooting/
An oil company is causing a huge leaky mess in Alberta.
Are you on board with the Zimmerman Rescue Truthers?
Big ass KFC bucket appears in yard.
Big huge electromagnet travels from New York to Illinois.
Monstrously large mushroom found in China.
A woman was arrested in connection to the Washington D.C. monument paint-splatterings.
The House on Mango Street at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Sandra Cisneros reads from her work and signs copies afterwards.
Fundraiser Night at Flying Star Café
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