V.24 No.1 | 1/1/2015
The Daily Word in baby names, ants, Cozy Powell, & werewolfism.
By Constance Moss and Carl Petersen [ Mon Dec 29 2014 12:13 PM ]
Another plane is missing.
Lizard Squad claims an assist in the Sony hack.
Viewers are weary of Reality TV.
Three lefts make a right for ants.
Cosby hired detectives to dig up dirt on his accusers.
How do hand warmers heat up?
What are Albuquerque’s busiest intersections?
Downtown’s ice skating rink is open and tiny.
Liam and Mia were the most popular baby names in NM this year.
The Year In Review Facebook App wasn't such a good idea.
John Oliver tells us why New Year’s Eve sucks.
A cyclist is sueing the city over a pothole.
In Northern Ireland, a man was beaten to death with his own guitar on Christmas Eve.
A woman in California was recently reunited with her hotrod: a Mustang that was stolen 28 years ago.
Caution: these quotes may inspire spontaneous creativity.
Meanwhile, it’s time to think about the future... the far future.
The President of Argentina is trying to curb werewolfism by adopting a seventh son and making him her Godson.
Iron Maiden's seventh album Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, touches heavily on the theme of the paranormal, and features the song “The Clairvoyant."
V.20 No.46 |
The Daily Word in the tea party backing Mitt, more red light changes, and some celeb booing.
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Nov 21 2011 10:23 AM ]
New York man charged with plotting city pipe-bomb attacks.
Albuquerque traffic signals could get some changes via city councilors.
Woman arrested for trying to sell a purse back to the lady from whom she stole it ... who also happened to be her own next door neighbor.
Did you miss the American Music Awards? Here are the "five biggest jaw droppers" of the night.
Michelle Obama and Jill Biden were booed at a NASCAR event.
Also, Vladimir Putin was booed at a martial arts fight.
Rumors floating around of an Amazon Kindle phone for 2012.
A pothole "saves a girl's life" after she swallows a heart-shaped locket.
The Oatmeal on recent Wikipedia donation pleas.
Science in the Sky: Butterflies Fly at Anderson-Abruzzo Balloon Museum
Discover the life cycle of one of nature’s most beautiful aviators: the butterfly.
John Pepe at Adobe Bar at the Historic Taos Inn
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