V.21 No.25 | 6/21/2012
The Daily Word in piles of dirt, straight-tickets and rubber shackle shoes
By Adam Fox [ Tue Jun 19 2012 10:18 AM ]
A Google report shows political censorship is on the rise in Western countries.
Arsenio Hall returns to television next fall with a new late-night talk show.
Rodney King undergoes an autopsy as police investigate his drowning.
Yoko Ono showcases a new art exhibition in London featuring piles of dirt.
The straight-ticket voting option will not be available during the New Mexico General Election.
Baseball great Roger Clemens is acquitted of all charges pertaining to lying to Congress.
Police say a bicyclist was attacked by a man wielding a frozen sausage.
Police in Uganda raid a gay rights workshop and questioned all attendees.
A Virginia man gets voter registration forms in the mail for his dead dog Mozart.
Adidas pulls plans to sell its controversial rubber shackle shoe.
This man has been playing the same game of “Civilization II” for ten years.
A woman gets stuck on a Kentucky Walmart toilet seat after it was covered in super glue.
Italians start selling canine gelato to beat the intense summer heat.
A helpful checklist to help you discover who you need to unfriend on Facebook immediately.
The fourth movie trailer for The Dark Knight Rises.
Near North Valley Neighborhood Association Annual Meeting at Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
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