V.24 No.1 | 1/1/2015
The Daily Word in baby names, ants, Cozy Powell, & werewolfism.
By Constance Moss and Carl Petersen [ Mon Dec 29 2014 12:13 PM ]
Another plane is missing.
Lizard Squad claims an assist in the Sony hack.
Viewers are weary of Reality TV.
Three lefts make a right for ants.
Cosby hired detectives to dig up dirt on his accusers.
How do hand warmers heat up?
What are Albuquerque’s busiest intersections?
Downtown’s ice skating rink is open and tiny.
Liam and Mia were the most popular baby names in NM this year.
The Year In Review Facebook App wasn't such a good idea.
John Oliver tells us why New Year’s Eve sucks.
A cyclist is sueing the city over a pothole.
In Northern Ireland, a man was beaten to death with his own guitar on Christmas Eve.
A woman in California was recently reunited with her hotrod: a Mustang that was stolen 28 years ago.
Caution: these quotes may inspire spontaneous creativity.
Meanwhile, it’s time to think about the future... the far future.
The President of Argentina is trying to curb werewolfism by adopting a seventh son and making him her Godson.
Iron Maiden's seventh album Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, touches heavily on the theme of the paranormal, and features the song “The Clairvoyant."
V.22 No.19 | 5/9/2013
“Hemlock Grove” on Netflix
By Devin D. O’Leary
At the beginning of this month, movie download service Netflix let its contract with Starz expire. The end result was the loss of almost 2,000 films from the Warner Bros., MGM and Universal libraries. This occurred largely because Warner Archive wants to set up its own instant download service. Soon you’ll be able to pay every studio in Hollywood $10 a month to access films out of their library—and only their library. But the other reason for the loss is that Netflix figures nobody wants to watch a bunch of old movies anyway, so who cares? The kids today are only interested in new content. So Netflix is changing its plan to serve as an alternative to video stores (which no longer exist anyway) into something new: serving as an alternative to HBO and Showtime.
V.20 No.39 |
The Daily Word in Occupy Albuquerque, a vampire-werewolf murderer, and Arrested Development's new movie.
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By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Oct 3 2011 9:57 AM ]
Albuquerque man arrested and accused of human trafficking.
Geoff really wants you to read this article on the Supreme Court and the new extents of federal power.
Three police officers accused of getting high on duty... only in Texas.
Chinese play "America the Beautiful" during space lab launch.
Musical medley: 50 years of famous non-words.
Tom really wants you to see this 4-year-old's reaction to the truth about Darth Vader.
Oh, the Irony: Intoxicated man steals an ambulance, crashes it, and then needs treatment from another ambulance for his injuries.
Arrested Development will shoot new episodes and a movie.
Evidence found of water supersaturation in Martian atmosphere.
Murder suspect claims she's part vampire, part werewolf.
“The Green Man” is no myth.
What you think you look like vs. what you really look like.
Movies in the Park: Cinderella at North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center
Ella is at the mercy of her stepfamily, who reduce her to their personal maid. Despite the situation, she refuses to despair in hopes that true love will save her. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets.
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