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The Daily Word 05.14.10: Blood, Bangkok, Bondage
By Erin Adair-Hodges [ Fri May 14 2010 7:59 AM ]
Dozens of people may have been exposed to Hepatitus B, C and HIV by UNM physician assistant students who made mistakes when testing blood at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center during the Gathering of Nations.
Violence in Bangkok between anti-government forces and troops grows.
The really, really bad oil spill may actually be really (to Avogadro's number) bad.
Jewish group says, hey, don't compare Arizona's bullshit to the Holocaust. Discuss.
Beck's new Record Club cover album, this one of INXS' Kick, is out. Devil Inside.
Islamic hijab high fashion.
Breaking up with Facebook is hard to do. The site's privacy policies are forcing more to consider it, though.
Crazy upper-class D.C. bondage murder mystery goes to trial. Has "Law and Order" done this one yet?
Speaking of, "Law and Order" looks like it's about to be cancelled after 22 years on the air (one short of breaking the record held by "Gunsmoke").
Koo-koo preacher to try President Obama in absentia today for the usual Birther stuff, plus some crazy spy angles.
The Wild Bunch (1969) at KiMo Theatre
A screening of the classic Western starring William Holden and Ernest Borgnine. Part of the Great Westerns film series.
Trio Bijou • vintage string jazz at Zia Diner
4th of July Appetizers and Healthy Dinners Cooking Workshop at The Studio SpaceMore Recommented Events ››