The Daily Word in Putin, nipple distance, and Bigfoot
There's potentially another Superfund site in Albuquerque.
Caliber's coyote-killing contest cancelled.
Rio Grande Sun's Police Blotter.
Here's one concept for a new bridge across the Seine.
Big Tex burned up after his boots caught fire.
Chinese beauty pageant nipple distance mandate.
Two reasons to visit the Dangerous Minds website: listen to the entire Jim Jones People's Temple LP; learn that original German freaks FAUST are still around and they played a live soundtrack to the last presidential debate....
A Pennsylvania man says a Sasquatch broke the tail lights on his Winnebago.
Putin can do anything. Again.
Watch Einstuerzende Neubauten's Blixa Bargeld make Risotto.
On this day in 1950, Tom Petty was born. Check him out on The Tom Snyder show in 1981.
Esther and Steven Abeyta
There are two Superfund sites and a high concentration of heavy industry in the area where Esther Abeyta’s family has lived for three generations. Her home is on land her grandmother bought for $90 and two chickens. And as the San Jose Neighborhood Association president, she’s determined to stay ahead of health and environmental issues.
An Industrial-Sized Mess
Who will clean up the Gulton site?
Pollutants lurk under 10 acres of Albuquerque’s Southeast side, contaminating the groundwater. But no one knows how fast they’re moving toward the city's aquifer. The Four Hills drinking water well is within a mile of the site.