Jul 16 - 22, 2009 

Answer Me This

By Marisa Demarco

What kind of power plant is coming to the state? Who can't count? Don't take this pretty weed home. You'll never work for Whataburger again!

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"They did a couple tests on me, and I waited five hours,” says Froozan Parwana. "They didn't do much to me. I was dehydrated. The bill was like $345."
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

News Feature

Health Care on Life Support

New Mexicans tell us what reform looks like

By Simon McCormack

Froozan Parwana is one of more than 400,000 New Mexicans without health insurance.

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Gene Grant

Filmy Residue

By Gene Grant

Scanning the room Sunday night at the 48 Hour Film Project party, I flashed back to a conversation I had about the contest with someone close to the now dormant Duke City Shootout (DCS), the original Big Dog of run-and-gun filmmaking contests, which started in 1999.

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City Boss Fight 2009

Mr./Ms. Future Mayor

What's your stance on sex, drugs and the music we call "rock"?

By Carolyn Carlson

Mayor Martin Chavez is seeking his fourth (and third-consecutive) term, he announced Sunday, July 12.

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Odds & Ends

By Devin D. O’Leary

Dateline: PolandAccording to England’s The Sun newspaper, a Polish woman has filed a lawsuit against an Egyptian hotel claiming that her teenage daughter got mysteriously pregnant after using the facility’s swimming pool. Magdalena Kwiatkowska claims her 13-year-old daughter became inseminated thanks to a stray sperm swimming around the hotel’s mixed-sex pool. The teen allegedly returned from a vacation in Egypt pregnant, and Kwiatkowska says her daughter certainly did not meet or fraternize with any boys while in Egypt. Tourist authorities in Warsaw confirmed the complaint. The knocked-up teen’s mother is seeking unspecified compensation from the hotel.

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Letters

The readers write.

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