It’s Wednesday November 26th and this rude ass storm is ruining Thanksgiving!
Meanwhile in Southern California, three six-year-old girls are cooler than we will ever be, and skateboard all the damn time.
In Pakistan, 20-year-old Aansoo Kohli teaches 150 children in a shed, isn’t paid for the job, and is finishing her Bachelors Degree,
And if you’re American and you're reading this from your tent outside Best Buy while you wait for a 99 cent TV, joke's on you! You’re doing it wrong!
A local “cafeteria angel” is paying off student lunch debts at elementary schools anonymously and depositing money into needy families' bank accounts, because apparently some people care about other people?
And while the rest of us are consuming questionable amounts of alcohol this “holiday” season and arguing with our racist in-laws, these dogs are all that really matter this Thanksgiving.
Americans can't do anything right. We can’t even dress ourselves! Which really pisses Kate Midleton off. C'mon, you guys! Get it together!
Merry happy Thanksgiving, or whatever. Don’t drink and drive.
Timeline and coverage of Navy Yard shootings from The Washington Post.
The small town of Mogollon, NM is now much more isolated thanks to heavy rains.
Heavy rains mean good times for New Mexico's reptiles.
A bar in Colorado caught fire after some cleaning rags spontaneously combusted.
"Breaking Bad's" Mike Ehrmantraut (actor Jonathan Banks) reads fairy tales in the style of Mike Ehrmantraut.
The Costa Concordia was successfully righted off the coast of Italy.
A TSA employee called in a bomb threat to LAX TSA Headquarters.
For the first time in its 32 year history Butterball's Turkey Talk Hotline has some male operators.
What happens when you get a black widow bite.
Darwin, the IKEA monkey, will remain in an animal sanctuary and not be returned to his "mother."
Is Sotheby's auction house misrepresenting properties in Santa Fe?
Interesting Rio Grande Sun article about a vehicular homicide case in northern New Mexico.
A Swede was granted disability benefits for his heavy metal music addiction.
This Osmonds record was kind of metal. And bizarre.
A federal employee is in trouble for farting too much at work.
The woman who was photographed at an Occupy protest being shot in the mouth with pepper spray has been fined $260.00.
Rioting in New Delhi over the gang rape that occurred last weekend.
Iron Butterfly member Lee Dorman died.
Learn about Rankin and Bass.
This week in Food, Ari LeVaux visits decades-old Chicharroneria Orozco’s new digs on Bridge and samples a golden-fried plate of turkey tails (aka colitas de pavo), one of the few non-pork meats in the place.
In other chicharrón news, that’s the name of the porcine sidekick carried around by Lynette ("Shit Burqueños Say") in a new series of New Mexico State Fair commercials. Felicidades to Blackout Theatre and Expo New Mexico for a local marketing campaign that’s actually, and awesomely, local.
Rupert Murdoch considers splitting News Corp. in two.
Studies funded by the Alzheimer’s Society find that dementia may be caused by a stressful lifestyle.
Facebook cancels its “Find Friends Nearby” app, also affectionately referred to as the “Stalker App.”
President Obama is booed in Boston after making a joke about the Red Sox’ recently departed third baseman Kevin Youkilis.
Rielle Hunter and John Edwards have broken up.
Travel site Orbitz will display more expensive hotels to Mac users than PC users searching the same site.
A law that aims to stop impostor New Mexico chiles goes into effect on Sunday.
James Cameron plans to shoot Avatar 2, 3 and 4 starting this fall.
Consensus No. 1 overall NBA Draft pick Anthony Davis trademarks two phrases pertaining to his distinct unibrow.
A Jew-hating Elmo is booted out of Central Park.
Turkey vows to retaliate after Syria shoots down their fighter jet.
Subway construction in Greece leads to a discovery of an ancient Roman road.
Former Truth or Consequences police officer Noah Pestak might face a statutory rape charge after marrying a 15-year-old last month.
Happy Birthday, Mick Jones!
Green chile. Turkey. Cheese. Bread. That’s it. The classic “Albuquerque turkey” sandwich is about as simple as it gets, which means the quality of the ingredients that go into it—and the perhaps atmosphere around it—are paramount. In this week’s food section, professional gobbler Ari LeVaux makes a case that JohnDhi’s nails both ends of the ABQT equation.
Turkey-shapes-made-from-other-food competition. David Byrne entered two.
Tavern Taxi will drive you home for free this weekend if you've had a few drinks. Good for anywhere in Bernalillo County. 999-1400.
Black Friday shopping rage.
Businesses struggle on Lead, and road construction through the holiday season could mean local shops won't survive.
More UFO sightings in New Mexico than usual.
Since the Republicans don't want him, ex-Gov. Gary Johnson might go Libertarian.
Sandiago's Mexican Grill cooks up a Thanksgiving feast for foster kids and their families.
Egyptians protest the military regime.
Journalist talks about her assault in Egypt by riot police.
The world's first full face transplant.
The rogue ad man behind Buy Nothing Day and the Occupy movement.
Changes to the Catholic mass.
Famous people who died in 2011.
Turkish troops enter Iraq after Kurdish attacks kill 26 Turkish soldiers.
Tea Party leaders asks small businesses to stop hiring people until Obama stops his war against business.
Prisoner exchange in Israel.
Lions, tigers and bears on the loose in Ohio after zookeeper commits suicide.
Officer-involved shooting in Grants.
Doctors say you should never use bumper pads in infant cribs.
Strip search called for at the World Scrabble Championship after a letter goes missing.
Bill Gates to testify in Windows 95 antitrust case. Wait, what?
For fretful parents only: how to diagnose your toddler with ADHD.
Ten things debt collectors won't tell you.
New Zealand Mom spreads STD rumor to sabotage daughter's rival.
This day in history: wind power edition.
Eighteen years after his death, River Phoenix's final movie will be released.
How Barnes & Noble is wrecking comics.
The Stone Roses set to reunite after 15 years.
Movember is almost upon us.
Horror nerds are the worst type of nerds, right?
Harry Belafonte falls asleep during interview.
True Blood adds new
Al Qaeda is mad and making some threats against the U.S.
Kurdish separatists are mad and making some threats against Turkey.
France kicks out Libyan diplomats; Russia and China stick up for Libya.
House passes Republican-sponsored bill to expand off-shore drilling.
Study shows you should probably eat more salt.
Oh no, county officials got free concert tickets!
D.C. schools receive envelopes full of white powder, but no illnesses or deaths.
Access Industries takes over Warner Music.
You could buy the Home Alone house.
Scientists find proof of ancient sea monster fisticuffs.
A bird in a bird in a bird in a pig.
Or, adopt a turkey instead of eating it.
Many police officers will be out patrolling for drunk drivers today.
I-40 re-opens after a big car smash. I-25 closed at Menaul.
There were few women at the first Thanksgiving. (So let the turkey burn. Have a beer.)
Sheriff admits to selling old body armor to military personnel, resigns.
How Obama and Palin will spend Thanksgiving.
South Korea's defense chief steps down.
Feds working to ban chemicals in herbal synthetic marijuana.
This woman was trapped for 20 days in a bathroom.
Lord Flight is sorry for saying changes to welfare would give poor people an incentive to breed.
Obama looking for someone’s “ass to kick” when it comes to the BP oil spill.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is heckled during a speech by America’s Future Now protesters.
Teachers in Chicago sue the city for oversized classes.
Turkey passes an internet ban on all things Google.
Los Angeles forces 400 medical marijuana dispensaries to close.
A cross is used to beat an elderly woman to death at an Arkansas church.
GM recalls 1.4 million vehicles due to heated windshield washer fluid causing a fire hazard.
Hall & Oates are cancelling their concert at the Arizona Diamondback’s Chase Field in protest of SB 1070.
Galileo’s fingers are on display in a Florence, Italy museum.
Three’s your limit; the Blue Corn Café and Rio Chama Steakhouse impose drink restrictions.