V.22 No.24 | 6/13/2013
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com
Sampling the wares at the Downtown Growers Market
By Ari LeVaux
Ari LeVaux fills his belly at the Downtown Growers Market.
V.20 No.34 | 8/25/2011
Sergio Salvador salvadorphoto.com
Market Report: UNMH
Fresh ideas in “health care”
By Ari LeVaux
Among the concrete columns at University Hospital’s patient pickup/drop-off point, fresh sprouts are available at Debrilla’s Living Foods. Debrilla Ratchford is of one of the 10-odd vendors that compose UNM Hospitals’ weekly Farm Fresh on the Plaza event—a growers’ market, essentially—which goes down Wednesdays from 2 to 5 p.m. There’s fresh produce, prepared foods hot and cold, and lots of informed conversation going on.
V.19 No.46 | 11/18/2010
The Daily Word 11.16.10: The Beatles on iTunes, Prince William engaged, violent tamale assault
By Adam Fox [ Tue Nov 16 2010 10:03 AM ]
Sorry, ladies; Prince William is engaged.
Take a look at these incredible pictures of Earth from the International Space Station.
This man was brought back to life during a high school football game.
A Florida woman is arrested after assaulting her boyfriend with a plate of tamales.
The Beatles catalog is finally available on iTunes.
Gay activists against “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” chain themselves to the White House gates.
Japan brings back asteroid dust from space for the very first time.
The Philadelphia Eagles completely obliterate the Washington Redskins while Michael Vick has a career day.
E.coli was discovered in cheese sold at Costco stores in the southwest region.
You still won’t be able to get booze at The Pit, University Stadium or the SUB.
Who the hell uses a baby as a shield during a traffic stop?
This Florida car dealer throws in a free AK-47 with the purchase of a new truck.
Thank God they tracked down this stolen meerkat from the Kansas City Zoo.
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