V.25 No.45 | 11/10/2016
Hearing the Light
Thursday, Nov 17: Musicology Colloquium Series: Music in Images in the Arts of New Spain
By Joshua Lee [ Wed Nov 16 2016 10:00 AM ]
Dr. Ray Hernández-Durán explores religious music from the 16th century through an examination of mission design, manuscript illuminations and secular music from the 18th century.
V.22 No.46 |
The Daily Word in Lou Reed duets, Albuquerque abortion bans and sledge hammer wielding politicians
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Nov 20 2013 9:34 AM ]
In related news, here's a video of Pavarotti singing "Perfect Day" with Lou Reed.
A Democratic Hawaiian state representative has decided to stop destroying people's possessions with a sledge hammer. "The point that I was trying to make has been made,"he said.
A cache of millions of dollars worth of art, originally seized by the Nazis, will not be returned to its rightful owners because of a German law written by the Nazis. Damn Nazis.
Poor George Zimmerman just keeps having to act in self defense. He is now being charged with domestic aggravated self defense after he pointed a gun at his girlfriend in self defense and then shattered a glass table in self defense. A week earlier, he apparently choked her in self defense. It is unknown at this time whether she was in possession of skittles or a hoodie during any of these incidents.
Need a hiding place for a million dollars worth of gold bars? An airplane toilet is probably a bad idea.
V.22 No.36 |
The Daily Word in a Bandidos bust, Bigfoot in Nebraska, Obama chills out on Syria and Neil Young tells Keystoners like it is
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Sep 10 2013 11:05 AM ]
Cavity-filled driver of car involved in accident on I-40 last week arraigned in court with a spectacular history of bench warrants.
President Obama was giving interviews last night like Debbie did Dallas.
The 1980's British Columbia ghost town that time forgot.
Yeti sighting in Nebraska.
George Zimmerman cannot stay out of the news.
Onions were so cheap in India, even your momma couldn't cook them all.
Convicted New Delhi rapists to be sentenced tomorrow, possibly will hang.
When we worshiped craven images.
Barber who uses fire to trim hair. Pat Buchanan's hair.
V.22 No.30 |
The Daily Word in big oil, big buckets, big mushrooms and big magnets
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jul 30 2013 8:43 AM ]
Let's hear it for storm ponds!
More people in Albuquerque walk to work than ride the bus to work!?
Moody's downgraded Santa Fe's bond rating.
This cell phone video of Toronto police shooting/
An oil company is causing a huge leaky mess in Alberta.
Are you on board with the Zimmerman Rescue Truthers?
Big ass KFC bucket appears in yard.
Big huge electromagnet travels from New York to Illinois.
Monstrously large mushroom found in China.
A woman was arrested in connection to the Washington D.C. monument paint-splatterings.
V.21 No.15 | 4/12/2012
The Daily Word in Zimmerman, Sarkozy, Gibb, Majors and urine.
By Nick Brown and Tom Nayder [ Mon Apr 23 2012 10:20 AM ]
George Zimmerman was released on bail.
Robin Gibb woke up from his coma-a-a.
Sarkozy faces a run-off election.
Windy City L tracks vanquished a urinating Hoosier.
What would you pay for a female gladiator statue?
Learn why even male politicians don’t have beards.
I simply must watch Ghostwatch.
Babies. How quickly they grow.
The lost fairytale of the Turnip Princess was discovered just not in time for my childhood.
Bigfoot walked by while I was jumping my scooter over a skateboard. Dude.
A 95-year-old driver smashed his car into the Los Alamos McDonald’s.
Albuquerque kids Valoree Davis and Dennis Pelier are missing.
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