V.21 No.38 |
The Daily Word in Mullet vs. beard, man vs. fish, woman vs. sandwich and Fiona Apple vs. The Man
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Sep 22 2012 12:30 PM ]
New Mexico's Spaceport development has problems.
Yes, you can play golf at the Angola Penitentiary golf course.
The ex-controller of the New Mexico Finance Authority has been indicted.
Unintentional, run-away double entendre strikes when Jill Biden introduces the Vice-President.
The Rio Arriba County Sheriff's Department planned to buy a boat three days after cutting hours of service due to lack of funds.
150 years of lesbians photo gallery.
Verdict in the Amish beard-cutting case: "Mullet guilty in beard case."
A woman ate a "Stellanator" in Omaha.
A weird effigy of Obama was lynched in Austin.
This may be the first good, in-depth news item about bath salts.
Groundbreaking video illustrates the best way to clean mushrooms.
Not so groundbreaking: we are running out of fish.
An Intel worker called the police because a coworker put a "kick me" sign on his back. And people kicked him.
Some companies are instructing employees NOT to use work email after hours.
Snoop Dogg was the celebrity guest on The Price is Right yesterday.
Like many before her, Fiona Apple was busted for pot possession at the Sierra Blanca border checkpoint.
Hypnotic map of the 2012 presidential election swing states.
V.21 No.27 |
The Daily Word in lighting fires, daring explorations and bad P.R.
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Jul 11 2012 10:09 AM ]
Aerial footage of this morning's derailed freight train fire in Columbus, Ohio.
Newfound marine creature named after Bob Marley.
Egypt's military leadership caught in power battle with Muslim Brotherhood.
Fresh grief at the site of the Srebrenica massacre.
The Spaceport should see first tourist takeoffs by the end of next year.
Upcoming International AIDS Conference highlights health issue in the U.S., where African-American community suffers disproportionately.
Greg Jackson interviewed after high-profile feature on Jackson-Winklejohn Gym.
Racial profiling claims leveled at San Juan County law enforcement.
The state attorney general's image problem.
Astonishing images from an undersea photo studio.
Dude, don't pull a "Harry Reid."
Free Slurpees for all! 'Til the cups run out.
V.20 No.47 | 11/24/2011
Courtesy of the Spaceport Authority
Leisure ... in Space
By Elise Kaplan
The initial round of construction on the world’s first purpose-built commercial rocket ship launching center is scheduled to be completed in January.
V.18 No.48 |
The Daily Word 011.28.09: Spaceport, Black Friday, Rail Runner, Tiger Woods
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Sat Nov 28 2009 2:37 PM ]
Spaceport to be constructed out of aluminum foil by an Albuquerque company.
And why wasn't the Rail Runner running yesterday?
New Mexico lightning site ranks among ultimate travel experiences.
Motorists urged to prepare for winter weather.
Albuquerque home sales are up.
Rowdy rival gang crowds shut down a funeral service last night.
Train-based terrorism in Russia.
Tiger Woods car smashed a fire hydrant in the middle of the night.
Toddler found in septic tank.
Roman Polanski to be released from jail.
Swedish woman murdered by elk.
Weather: Snow's a-comin.
V.18 No.26 | 6/25/2009
Richardson and the Spiders from Mars
One shovelful of dirt closer to galactic tourism
By Maren Tarro
LAS CRUCES—Patience. Gov. Bill Richardson warned Southern New Mexicans they may not see immediate benefits of their $198 million spaceport investment at a pre-groundbreaking event on Thursday, June 18.
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