V.20 No.33 | 8/18/2011
New Mexico intrigues revealed by former CIA officer
By Christie Chisholm
E. B. Held wasn’t a spy, but he was a spy recruiter. He worked as a clandestine operations officer with the CIA for 27 years, stationed around the world in Asia, Latin America and Africa. His book, A Spy’s Guide to Santa Fe and Albuquerque, details a number of spy activities that took place in the two cities before and during the Cold War.
V.20 No.22 |
The Daily Word: 6.3.11 - bad things in Arizona, cupcakes not bombs, and mutant e coli
there's lots of crappy stuff happening
By Summer Olsson [ Fri Jun 3 2011 11:55 AM ]
There's all that annoying smoke from the Wallow fire, but at least we weren't evacuated.
More of these damn tornadoes.
Don't keep dead rhinos in your backyard like this guy does.
A marijuana expo...medical. Of course.
Government hackers want you to make cupcakes, not bombs.
Gunman kills six in Arizona, including himself.
We have a new deadly strand of mutant E coli. Awesome.
Salvador Dali Foundation irked about the artist's name getting slapped on just anything.
This woman has ten reasons why Sarah Palin should run for president. Ten yawl.
V.18 No.51 |
Diary of an Aspiring Sleuth
By Julia Mandeville [ Fri Dec 18 2009 2:02 PM ]
I don't have to tell you how long I've wanted to be an international super secret agent. This week, I let my sleuthiness out for the first time. And I loved it. So much that I even made a new Christmas list: Large(r) sunglasses, a fedora, a trench coat, a false-bottomed suitcase, a second passport and—just in case I reverse my stance on gun ownership between now and December 25—a Walther PPK. I hope Santa gets the message in time, because a thesaurus and a computer-sized messenger bag really don't seem as exciting anymore.
Out of the way, Bond. Here I come.
Alibi Agent J.
A Path Appears at KiMo Theatre
From the creators of Half the Sky, this film reveals the incredible adversity faced by millions of women and girls every day.
Pot Creek String Band at Adobe Bar at the Historic Taos Inn
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