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The Daily Word in superstition, general strikes and goats that are stoked

Does today trigger your paraskavedekatriaphobia?

Formal challenge lodged against Mexican presidential election results.

The state's lending authority may have faked its 2011 audit.

Martin Heinrich has a lead against Heather Wilson in recent polls.

Workers ratchet up protests in Spain.

What it feels like to survive an avalanche.

Irish "anarchy," i.e., religious riots.

Kofi Annan condemns Syria after new reports of atrocities.

Iran could have nukes within 2 years, says British intelligence agency chief.

U.S. funded ally in sub-Saharan Africa plays a part in destabilization of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Silvio Berlusconi, redux?

Here's your "Weird Renaissance Boob holder." You're welcome.

"I like surfing, so I figured the goats would like surfing."

NEWS

The Daily Word in a female astronaut for China, a drug-trafficking prison worker, an inappropriate Ewok, a 911 sandwich order

Taliban threatens to ban polio vaccinations for children as long as the U.S. continues drone strike campaign.

China sends first female astronaut into orbit.

Prison worker near Las Cruces accused of bringing drugs to her incarcerated fiance.

Rwandan genocide courts finish their work after 10 years of trials.

Saudi Arabia names new crown prince.

Starchild was an alien?

Little Bear fire 80% contained with newly cooperative weather.

Actor who played an Ewok faces jail time for flashing a student in England.

These GIFs make up what is The Gallery of Pure Awesomeness.

K-9 unit puppy!

Chuck Norris as a child.

Nicholas Cage as a cat.

Man calls 911 because deli workers were "giving him a hard time" over a complicated sandwich order.

Happy Birthday Richard Boone!

V.20 No.27 | 7/7/2011
“Peace baskets” from the Gahaya Links collective
Harvey Morgan

Arts Feature

The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market

Changing the world, one artist at a time

By Summer Olsson
Some of the guests at the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market are unknowns from rural areas who will board planes for the very first time to reach New Mexico. Others are world-renowned rockstars in their field. The majority of these artisans come from developing countries, and their crafts are the only source of income for themselves and their families.

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