V.24 No.12 | 03/19/2015
The Daily Word in Dr. Pepper, arsenic and workin' for the money
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Mar 20 2015 9:27 AM ]
“Unsafe levels of arsenic in the wine"? I ain't drinkin' it!
A New York City man was sentenced to 20 years to life for killing his 5-year-old son with rat poison.
About 50,000 chickens perished in a fire at a New York poultry barn.
The body of Wall Street Journal reporter David Bird was found in the New Jersey River more than a year after he'd first been reported missing.
Think you work a lot? Washington Post has compiled a list of US cities where people work the most.
Talk about a heist gone wrong: Two employees at a Verizon in Roswell confessed they fabricated a robbery in an attempt to steal phones and cash.
Albuquerque elementary teacher Sonya Romero got spotlighted on “Ellen” yesterday for fostering two of her students. Get ready to cry y'all.
Elizabeth Sullivan, 104, says drinking three cans of Dr. Pepper is one of the reasons she's still alive. Go figure.
V.24 No.2 |
The Daily Word In Secret Dungeons, Orangutans and Glitter
By Amelia Olson [ Wed Jan 14 2015 11:58 AM ]
If you receive an envelope full of glitter that is sure to get all over the damn place, it wasn't me!
Orangutans: they’re just like us!
THIS DOG TAKES HIMSELF TO THE DOG PARK ON THE BUS BECAUSE HE IS A GENIUS AND HAS LIFE FIGURED OUT MORE THAN ANY OF US.
Some guy signed a contract to buy the dormant missile silo in Roswell, taking it off the real estate market and proving that people are actually as bizarre and magnificent as they seem.
A man who was apparently wearing body armor was shot and killed near Constitution last night by APD. The story is still unfolding and there are many questions surrounding the incident.
A guy found a trap door in the closet of his recently rented studio apartment that lead to a secret dungeon. So...that’s totally terrifyingly creepy.
V.23 No.50 |
The Daily Word in "credibly accused clergy," mushrooms are murder and hard times befall Dickens World
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Dec 16 2014 12:43 PM ]
Knockouts bouncers arrested over beating of patron.
Some cops in Roswell bought a dad baby formula rather than arrest him for shoplifting.
Gallup Catholic diocese has released a "credibly accused" list of clergy.
These Jimmy Kimmell-John Krasinski Christmas pranks are pretty funny.
"I'd like a cup of coffee and your most feral adoptable cat please."
Theme park "Dicken's World" has, ironically, fallen on hard times. Something Billy Childish can tell us about.
In true Jesus fashion, a naked man burned down a church.
Hollywood producer Aaron Sorkin is pissed at the media reporting on the Sony hack.
My favorite cocktail party factoid, that mushrooms are more animal than plant, just got bolstered.
V.23 No.43 |
The Daily Word in Ebola, "Breaking Bad" toys and Ferguson PD's violations
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Oct 24 2014 9:16 AM ]
Dr. Craig Spencer, who's returned from treating Ebola patients in Guinea, has tested positive for the virus.
Amnesty International released a report outlining the human rights abuses carried out by Ferguson police during Michael Brown protests.
The White House is in a tizzy over what to do about its fence after several incidents of people getting onto the White House grounds.
If Aaron Paul thinks Barbies are more “damaging” than “Breaking Bad” toys, then you best believe it.
To get folks into the Halloween spirit, Huffington Post has come out with some interesting facts about All Hallows' Eve that you may not have known.
APD officers Keith Sandy and Dominique Perez probably won't face criminal charges in the federal system for the fatal shooting of James Boyd.
A man was shot in the head last night near Kit Carson Park. His condition is currently unknown, but this story is still being updated.
In an amazing tribute to a teammate's loss, the Estancia High School JV football team purchased new jerseys with the name of teammate Carlos Parra's late sister on the back. Parra's sister died from a brain tumor.
A lawsuit has been filed against UNM Hospital for failing to protect the medical and mental health records of 13-year-old Roswell shooter Mason Campbell.
A man in Pennsylvania is fighting a criminal mischief charge for painting the speed limit on a stretch of Main Street.
V.23 No.3 |
The Daily Word a football camel's death, NSA's data and a photographing poser
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Jan 17 2014 9:58 AM ]
President Obama says he will “end the National Security Agency’s ability to store phone data collected from millions of Americans.” Sure …
A 4-year-old girl in Detroit accidentally shot and killed her 4-year old cousin.
In case you haven't heard, the 2014 Academy Award nominations are out!
A voting law in Pennsylvania that would require people to show photo ID's at the polls was struck down.
ABQ police are on the lookout for man claiming to be a UNM photography student who takes photos of girls.
Congress has cut funding for horse slaughter operations by passing a $1.1 trillion budget bill that prohibits the Department of Agriculture from spending money on inspectors for equine facilities.
In the aftermath of Tuesday's Berrendo Middle School shooting in Roswell, N.M., police are looking at suspect Mason Campbell's Instagram page to see if it bears any relevance.
Elias Montoya, a New Mexico State Police officer who was fired for opening fire on a minivan full of kids in Taos, gives his side of the story.
Princess, a football-predicting camel, dies weeks ahead of Super Bowl. RIP.
V.22 No.27 |
The Daily Word in BP appeals case, Roswell and Google Doodle and superhero villains
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Jul 8 2013 10:18 AM ]
BP Lawyer cites "irreparable injustices" in how settlement payments are being handled.
Officials probe why a jet that crash landed in San Francisco was flying too slow before it hit the runway.
Authorities search for 40 missing people after a train blast in Quebec town that killed five.
Michael Allen speaks out in speculation over whether Albuquerque police could have spared his brother, Vincent Wood, who was shot multiple times on Friday night.
Albuquerque remembers Austin Hudson-LaPore.
Google Doodle and Roswell? Oh, we're there!
City planners want to make Central a little snazzier! Neon signs anyone?
V.22 No.21 | 5/23/2013
Julia Minamata juliaminamata.com
Horse Slaughter Raises Hackles
Valley Meat faces backlash from animal activists and politicians
By Barron Jones
Barron Jones reports on the furor over the likely approval of Valley Meat’s equine inspection application.
V.22 No.10 |
The Daily Word in obituaries, horse meat and an ABBA reunion
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Mar 12 2013 12:04 PM ]
Roswell horse slaughterhouse set to open in three weeks.
Think of the magical powers.
ABBA reunion perhaps?
115 Cardinals are locked in a room and they're not coming out until they elect a new pope.
V.22 No.9 |
The Daily Word in the Pope's departure, police in elementary schools and Miss YouPorn
By Mark Lopez [ Thu Feb 28 2013 9:33 AM ]
Farewell to the Pope!
Bradley Manning pleads guilty to leaking government secrets.
Los Lunas police infiltrate elementary schools.
So, that wasn't hospital staff that just walked by?
Those Roswell fires could be arson.
Miss Teen Delaware could be the next Miss YouPorn?
V.21 No.27 |
The Daily Word in tax cuts, Roswell anniversary, mismatched mummies.
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Jul 9 2012 9:51 AM ]
All 135 space shuttle launches ... at the same time.
Gov. Hickenlooper lifts fire ban in Colorado.
Obama calls for tax cut extension for the middle class.
Woman killed after a hug with an off-duty cop caused his gun to misfire.
Bodies of Scottish mummies turn out to be composite remains of multiple people.
This couple is extremely devestated over a missing iguana they believe was stolen from their home. Iggy the iguana is worth about $200, but for Abby Jacoby, it's not about the price, "it's about getting back a piece of her family."
Need to catch a burglar? Just follow his potato chip trail.
Allow this video of polar bear cubs playing in the snow to make your day so, so much better.
Let's go to Tatooine!
V.20 No.19 |
The Daily Word: Melatonin-Laced Brownies, No Heaven For You, Oprah's Final Guests
By Tom Nayder [ Mon May 16 2011 8:42 AM ]
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers opened the of floodgates on the Morganza Spillway, forcing almost 4,000 people to evacuate.
Man stabbed after parking space argument.
The abandoned Anasazi Building is getting some security upgrades.
Denver school district bans breast cancer awareness bracelet.
Roswell teen arrested and charged with posting a nude photo of his girlfriend on Facebook after she refused sex.
The most powerful atomic clock EVER!
Steven Hawking: There is no heaven.
Scientists discover an obesity master switch.
Netflix announces deal with Miramax to bring hundreds of films to it's popular streaming service.
Meet Albuquerque's Red Light Camera Queen.
NBC renews Celebrity Apprentice.
Chuck E. Cheese is sued for promoting gambling in kids.
Oprah reveals her final guest list.
Are Lazy Cakes the next Four Loco?
V.20 No.19 | 5/12/2011
Julia Minamata juliaminamata.com
7 Sci-Fi Wonders
Mostly stranger than fiction
The Lightning Field, Trementina Base, VLA, Taos Hum, Spaceport America, Roswell and Dulce Base
Julia Minamata juliaminamata.com
7 Underwhelming Wonders
Things that make you go ... Meh
Clines Corners, Trinity Site, Continental Divide, Mesilla Plaza, Camel Rock, Four Corners and Roswell Crash Sites
V.19 No.33 |
The Daily Word 08.25.10: Prank In Roswell, Pee-Wee Blogs, Bra Unhooking Champion
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Aug 25 2010 10:21 AM ]
Three arrested in Roswell for a violent hoax.
Arizona prison escapee John McCluskey attempted suicide.
Three teens in Columbia who appeared on a 69-name hit list posted on Facebook have been killed.
Someone tried to sell 4 pounds of yellowcake uranium.
Don't tell my boss listening to music at work is bad for productivity.
Mafia families are texting TV shows to send secret messages to imprisoned members.
Something hit Jupiter this weekend.
A blog completely filled with hungover
I guess my aunt really isn't lazy.
Don't buy those cheap headphones.
Pee-wee! Herman's! First! Ever! Blog! Post!
Here's the trailer for my next favorite TV show.
Why isn't quicksand scary (at least in the movies) anymore?
Blah-blah, blah, Lindsay Lohan, blah-blah-blah, blah.
Handy guide about who and how much to tip.
My new hero can unhook 56 bras in one minute.
10 roadside attractions someone thinks are worth stopping for (I've been to #4–it wasn't all that).
One day soon I'll regret eating a pizza cone.
V.18 No.36 |
The Alibi's Weekend Hit List
By Adam Fox [ Fri Sep 4 2009 2:22 PM ]
Last Chance to Dance
Bummed out summer is screeching to a halt? You have one more weekend to revel in the unbearably hot madness as New Mexico State Parks have teamed up and have created some pretty nifty activities for you to enjoy on Labor Day Weekend. At Bottomless Lakes State Park in Roswell, divers can participate in "dive poker" with weighted cards. Divers have all day Saturday and Sunday to retrieve said cards and make a hand.
Check out the "Owl Prowl" at Hyde Memorial State Park Saturday night after the full moon. Take the half mile hike in the pitch black and watch some of nature's most badass predators attack rats, mice and maybe even children. For an entire list of all the state park haps, click on nmparks.com.
The annual Maize Maze at the Rio Grande Community Farm (1701 Montaño NW) is already underway, but for a unique jaunt into the impressive and massive labyrinth of corn, visit the maze this weekend for Moonlight Maze. Use the light of the full moon to find your way as the maze stays open until 10 p.m. for the special trek. The hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Labor Day. Admission is $7 for adults and $3 for kiddies 4-11. Children 4-and-under are free.
The Harvey Girls: Opportunity Bound at KiMo Theatre
A documentary film by Katrina Parks, followed by a Q&A with Dean Staley of KRQE TV.
Bees + Seeds Festival at Tiguex Park
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