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V.25 No.7 | 02/18/2016

News

The Daily Word in feral children, curving and Guantanamo Bay

By Renee Chavez [ Wed Feb 24 2016 2:55 PM ]
The Daily Word

Republicans plan to stop Obama from closing Guantanamo Bay prison.

New laws may close many medical marijuana dispensaries.

The Navajo Nation can finally look forward to clean running water.

Aliens are trying to contact us. Seriously.

The family of Edgar Camacho-Alvarado have filed their intent to sue.

Body painting is a straight up skill.

Got $335,600 to spare? How about a gorgeous Bentley Mulsanne Speed? If you think that's just pocket change, try the "properly hardcore" Aston Martin Vulcan on for size.

Curving--so that's what that weirdness is called.

These are considered the most beautiful bikes.

Daniel and Josh of "Damn Daniel" were on "Ellen."

The UN has carried its first air drop to aid Syria.

Raised by wolves isn't just a saying.

V.25 No.2 | 01/14/2016

News

The Daily Word in Wolf Rehab, Isleta Pueblo, and APD

By Peter Karlsen [ Sat Jan 16 2016 2:35 PM ]
The Daily Word

Ladder Ranch was denied a permit to raise and release Mexican Grey Wolves.

Isleta Pueblo just got back more of their ancestral land.

41 percent of the women who come across our state line for abortion-services are coming from Texas.

APD is searching for a man suspected in a shooting last night.

The Berry administration is making good on a 5 year old promise to raise pay for police officers.

An APD officer criticized by the DOJ is suing for back pay and a promotion.

V.21 No.49 | 12/6/2012
FurLined / CC BY-SA 2.0

Music

Soundtracking a route of wolves

By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Tue Dec 4 2012 1:10 PM ]

As I decided what podcast to share with y’all today, I’m surrounded by glorious canines. Not wolves, mind you. But one of the coolest things about working at the Alibi is the dog-friendly office. That’s how I ended up selecting my Walking the Wolf mix for today’s blog. It’s an exciting story, I know. But I promise the podcast itself is far more thrilling than my description of the selection process. Stream the mix—featuring tracks by The Kill Spectors, Tenderizor, Venus Bogardus, The Grave of Nobody’s Darling, Great White Buffalo, Sabertooth Cavity, Bigawatt and The Kleptones—below or visit the original blog post for the full track list.

V.20 No.32 | 8/11/2011
Seton stands proud.
photo courtesy of the Academy for the Love of Learning, a gift of John G. Samson

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Through the Wolf’s Eyes

Extensive archive illuminates vision of hunter-turned-conservationist

By Summer Olsson
Ernest Thompson Seton spent his life making people aware of their impact on nature and introducing youth to the outdoors. He was an artist, woodsman and mentor who wrote more than 50 books. He confounded the worldwide Boy Scouts movement. And he was once an avid hunter who was changed into a conservationist by a spiritual experience he had in New Mexico. The Academy for the Love of Learning, based outside Santa Fe, is about to open its permanent Seton Gallery.
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