V.25 No.1 | 01/07/2016
Defog your windshield faster with science!
By Peter Karlsen [ Tue Jan 12 2016 6:32 AM ]
Here we have a former NASA engineer who explains the optimal technique for defogging the windows in your car, as well as how and why it works. It's probably less effective than my technique of not breathing at all, but some people may have a longer morning commute than I do.
V.24 No.53 | 12/31/2015
Winter's Feather Forecast
Saturday, Jan 9: Winter Bird and Bat Festival
By Maggie Grimason [ Thu Jan 7 2016 1:00 PM ]
A speaker program, guided bird and plant walks, live birds with Wildlife Rescue and others, and crafts for kids.
V.24 No.52 | 12/24/2015
The Daily Word in why the hell there was fog, our sci-fi future, and Bill Cosby
By Cerridwen Stucky [ Wed Dec 30 2015 11:57 AM ]
A case is reopened against Bill Cosby just before the 12-year statute of limitation deadline.
Stay warm, stay safe. This winter is deadly.
How this year brought us closer to our ideal sci-fi future.
The rather creepy mystery of lights in an abandoned New Orleans hospital is solved.
If you saw fog last night, you're probably as confused as I was. Here's an explanation.
The winter and the south
By August March [ Wed Dec 23 2015 11:23 PM ]
Three trips to the southern lands
V.24 No.8 | 02/19/2015
The Daily Word in alien license plates, the religion of Cher and gerbils causing the plague
By Amelia Olson [ Tue Feb 24 2015 10:35 AM ]
It's Tuesday and the sun is shining here in Albuquerque. JK! It's freezing.
It’s snowing! It’s snowing! CLOSE ALL THE SCHOOLS! CANCEL WORK!
You’re chewing too loud! Apparently there is a name for the feeling of rage you experience when the person next to you is breathing too loud.
Rats are not to blame for the Black Death! A new study suggests gerbils are the actual culprits in the “second plague pandemic.”
Feeding your baby peanut butter might prevent her from serious nut allergies in the future. Peanut butter for the win! PS. Don’t try this at home.
Cher calls out Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson for vetoing a bill that would allow for more LGBT anti-discrimination laws. Like we needed any more reasons to worship Cher.
New Mexico wants to offer license plates that have anything from aliens to horned lizards on them. Duh. Let them do it.
V.22 No.46 | 11/14/2013
Art Theater Preview
Frozen Loss Envisioned Afresh
Tricklock takes on Black River Falling
By Genevieve Mueller
Created and written through ensemble work by the Tricklock Company, Black River Falling is set in the home of four sisters during one of the worst snowstorms in 1890s Wisconsin.
V.22 No.36 | 9/5/2013
yellowcloud via Compfight cc
Cold Wave Prayer
Songs for dreaming of winter
By Samantha Anne Carrillo
If you’re over summer, this cold wave and minimal synth-infused icy playlist may serve as cold comfort.
V.20 No.7 |
Alibi Flickr Photo of the Day
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Feb 23 2011 1:59 PM ]
This is supposedly a flickr URL, but has some kind of problem: http:/
V.20 No.5 |
Snow Day Edition
By Tom Nayder [ Fri Feb 4 2011 1:32 PM ]
A is for...
And what's more awesomer than chilling out in a snowstorm in a muscle shirt and eating a drumstick ice cream? Sooo cool, man.
I'm going to try to tackle the February ABC's project. Here's hoping :)
V.19 No.8 | 2/25/2010
The Last Station
Period biopic mixes the lusty with the literary
By Devin D. O’Leary
Late in life (in his 70s), widely famed Russian novelist Lev Nikolaevich Tolstoy (known to his friends as “Leo Baby”) turned his attentions away from fiction and dabbled in the creation of a number of utopian communes. These live/work communes were based on Tolstoy’s own particular philosophy—one that espoused nonviolence, the abolition of private property, a strict vegetarian diet and an adherence to the principals of celibacy. (Yeah, sorry, Leo Baby, but you lost me on that last one.) Though the Tolstoyan Movement didn’t last very long, it allegedly influenced the thinking of such latter spiritual leaders as Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr.
V.19 No.3 | 1/21/2010
By Yukon [ Wed Feb 10 2010 12:14 PM ]
It happens to all of us... You're driving along just minding your own business, when all of a sudden–without any warning–this Dick In A Truck pulls out right in front of you......
V.19 No.5 | 2/4/2010
The Daily Word 2.2.10: Groundhog Day, We Are the World, Death-Predicting Cat
By Adam Fox [ Tue Feb 2 2010 10:22 AM ]
We’re screwed; Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, indicating 6 more weeks of winter.
“We Are the World” Version 2.0 to be recorded today for Haitian relief.
Creepy Feline: a cat who predicts deaths at a nursing home by curling up with them in their last hours.
A Columbus man kills a teen who was throwing eggs at cars.
A nine-year-old Chinese girl gives birth to a healthy baby boy...wait, what?!
An early rough draft of the Constitution is found in Philadelphia.
The Rail Runner Express is raising fares and cutting some trains.
A truck driver in Lordsburg is arrested for smuggling pot hidden inside a load of cat food.
More than $6 million dollars generated by the Red Light Cameras to be used for public safety...so are they effective, or not?
An Octopus Car Wash at Paseo del Norte and San Pedro reopens after an employee is killed over the weekend.
A Washington Middle School teacher is put on leave after an alleged slapping incident.
More rain and/or snow expected to hit tomorrow and Thursday.
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