V.25 No.33 | 08/18/2016
The Daily Word In Another Land
The 10pm News
By August March [ Thu Aug 18 2016 9:59 PM ]
Meanwhile in Malawi, a "heartless burglar" was will spend the next seven years in remand.
A rainy summer up north means more mosquitoes in Manitoba.
A Channel NewsAsia-Institute of Policy Studies survey found that racism is still an issue in Singapore.
The leader of Nepal's newly formed government will meet with the Indian Prime Minister to discuss economic aid for the struggling Himalayan nation.
Here's an update from Aleppo.
A young man residing in the Vale of South Glamorgan was busted for selling cannabis, but avoided jail.
Jigging for squid was recently banned at Nantucket's town pier.
Ladies and Gentlemen, The Rolling Stones.
V.24 No.18 | 4/30/2015
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Nagomi Does It With Feeling
Japanese food for the adventuous and urbane
By Ari LeVaux
This Japanese restaurant offers tasty satisfaction for the adventurous eater, as well as the timid.
V.21 No.41 |
The Daily Word in the Mullet Messiah, Million Muppet March, McRibs, and "Americans"
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Oct 14 2012 10:31 AM ]
New Mexico is now a federally funded "Solar Energy Zone."
Everybody loves a great art-forgery story.
Nifty pictures of Space Shuttle Endeavour's passage through Los Angeles.
Bernalillo County Sheriff Dan Houston is in hot water over his choice of words when referring to women.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn says lust is not a crime.
Did you know that some competitive horses are clones?
John Rogers owns A LOT of photographs.
"Million Muppet March" planned.
The Cuban Missile Crisis wasn't over when the U.S. thought it was over.
Why does the McRib appear around Christmas?
Man claims discrimination after being kicked out of a Perth bar because he has a mullet.
"Americans" is a short film about American politics starring Sean Penn and Kid Rock. They hug and buy a Prius, as well as some other weird shit.
I really don't know what to think of Duncan Trussell.
On this day in 1894, E.E. Cummings was born.
V.21 No.24 |
The Daily Word in hot water, Vegas odds and animals gone wild
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Jun 20 2012 8:00 AM ]
A House of Representatives committee could vote to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress over Operation Fast and Furious documents.
Ecuador's embassy in London may now be the only thing standing between Wikileaks leader Julian Assange and extradition to Sweden.
Egypt seizes with new political and constitutional upheaval as conflicting reports over ousted President Mubarak's failing health circulate.
China's reserves of rare earth minerals—essential to production of high-tech devices—are dwindling due to "excessive mining," says report.
Interactive map of West Africa's devastating drought conditions.
Vegas roulette wheel beats 114 billion to one odds.
New state department study counts 20.9 million worldwide victims of modern slavery.
Charter schools may be underperforming when it comes to serving disabled students.
Former inmate now exonerated testifies before Senate subcommittee that solitary confinement in prisons "by its design is driving men insane."
Wildlife conservation group says black bears around the Duke City are being egregiously eliminated from the area.
Charlie Sheen's surge of "tiger blood" was in fact a "psychotic break."
Handy tip: If you're squeamish about squid sperm ruining your calamari dinner, remove the internal organs before cooking it.
Water tanks in NYC as public art.
Amorous prehistoric turtles immortalized.
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