The Daily Word in Aleppo, the FBI and ART
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Trump needs to give up ownership of the Old Post Office Pavilion—a luxury hotel leased to him by the US government—according to the General Services Administration.
Did the FBI conspire against Clinton during the election?
A surrender and cease-fire for the area of Eastern Aleppo collapsed between Turkey and Russia earlier this week and the results are terrifyingly bloody.
Here's why you should care about the encryption of cameras.
The case of a woman who disappeared in Socorro County over seven years ago have disappeared forcing the police force to completely renew the investigation.
The Appeals Court gave the go-ahead to A.R.T.
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The Daily Word in Saveur, Low Riders, Abelardo's Coke, Hummingbirds and Salmon Snagging
Over at a lifestyle magazine called Saveur, reporter David Tanis reports on a thing called New Mexico green chile.
Meanwile, at NM Politics, Gabe Vasquez writes about herencia.
This weekend, celebrate the poetic mythos of the lowrider at the NM Museum of History.
A Texas man named Abelardo allegedly brought 10 pounds of Peruvian marching powder into New Mexico. He pleaded guilty to those charges on Wednesday.
The Capitol Bar in Socorro has been in business for 120 years.
DCF Blogger Johnny Mango takes a trailer named "Happy" to Alamogordo.
Folks in Arkansas are debating the pros and cons of medical cannabis. As part of one teevee station's examination of an upcoming ballot initiative on the issue in the Natural State, former NM top cop Darren White was consulted.
Apparently, UNM Associate Professor Christopher Witt is friends with the agents of Huitzilopochtli.
The Daily Word in election results, in-flight porn and waking up gay
Letter circulating around Socorro promises mass casualties on Friday.
Herman Cain affiliated PAC calls one of his accusers an ugly bitch.
Animal abuse caught on tape at Tingley Beach.
Occupy Denver finally has a leader.
Under pressure, Facebook removes rape-joke pages.
Does job retraining actually work?
Rugby player has a stroke, wakes up gay.
It's the 40th anniversary of Led Zeppelin IV.
Local historian in the Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod fills his house with mummified female corpses.
Irish airline Ryanair to add in-flight porn for passengers.
The eight cheapest houses in America.
Live 1989 Nirvana set unearthed.
Brett Ratner resigns as Academy Awards producer after interview on Howard Stern.
The Fresh Prince pranks a Christian talk show.
I wish space junk, was as sexy as it sounds.
Mars rover Opportunity discovers a discovers the Holy Grail of its mission.
YES! Jean-Claude Van Damme and Chuck Norris join the cast of The Expendables 2.
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Tonight! Socorro weekday growers’ market
Saturday mornings in Socorro’s historic Kittrell Park are a swarm of activity. The growers’ market is teeming with fresh, late summer produce, goats’ milk soaps, baked goods and the biggest okra you’ve ever seen, and it’s all encircled by a big, buzzing mass of retail vendors–some junky, some treasure-filled. For a more relaxed but still produce-packed market, hit the park up on Tuesdays from 5 to 7 p.m. Read about they they do things down in Socorro in Ari LeVaux’s “Locovore Market Report: Socorro.”
Market Report: Socorro
A three-ring food circus
Growers’ markets have an oasis-like feeling to them. They’re sanctuaries of foliage, magnets for cool people and hives of activity. That effect is heightened in Socorro, where the surrounding landscape is sculpted by hot wind and sunshine. In the town’s charming plaza, cool green grass is shaded by immense cottonwood trees. On Saturdays, when the market is in full swing, it feels like a festival—or a barter fair.