Turning the Page
University-area stalwart closes up shop
By Elise Kaplan
“What do I owe you?” an older man asks, placing the New York Times on the counter. “$25,000,” Newsland owner Roger Walsh replies, only half joking, “or I'm closing the shop.” Most of the browsers scanning the shelves have already heard of the closure, but it hits home when Walsh says the Newsland's last day is Sunday, July 24.
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Good Girl, Bad Guy
How a nursing student found happiness with a 300-pound pro wrestler
By Toby Smith
It’s Saturday night at the New Mexico National Guard Armory. Mosh Pit Mike is part of a “scramble,” the main event featuring six wrestlers. “We want blood! We want blood!” chant many of the 200 spectators.
Inspector Could Investigate White
By Carolyn Carlson
As one of his first tasks, the city’s inspector general may dig into allegations aimed at former Public Safety Director Darren White.
Ask Kat Curious
The Weirdness of Others
By Kat Cox
Alibi advice columnist offers this: Don’t take it personally when women shift their chairs in cafes.
Odds & Ends
By Devin D. O’Leary
Funny because it happens to someone else.
That's A Moray
By Joshua Lee
Indulge your animal instincts with the a guided tour learning about the exotic, erotic and often curious romantic rituals of aquatic animals.
Leap into Science: A Balancing Act at Los Griegos Library
This workshop invites children and families to have fun exploring and manipulating the placement of weight in objects as well as in their own bodies.
Intro to Gmail at Holiday Park Community Center
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