• Show your support for an interesting new restaurant concept... opening today, Albuquerque's first Cereal Bar and Coffee Lounge

• NE Heights auto accident ends in a bizarre scene -- with a naked woman thrown from the car, and the male driver only partly clothed charged with reckless driving (among others).

• UNM clinical trials test effectiveness of cancer "vaccine" on prostate cancer patient. Other forms of cancer may follow.

• NM scientists on the hunt for an asteroid to capture. The plan is to throw a giant garbage bag over it and tow it into earth's orbit.

• Cells on the move - UNM prof gets $300K grant to research how previously-thought-immobile blood cells move from bone marrow to injury sites and produce more cells.

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Comment by once banned twice shy on May 29, 2013 at 9:04am

Well, since there was drinking and a car involved, I don't imagine our favorite nudist celebrity, Mr. Don Schrader, was involved in the bizarre auto accident.  But it does lead to a bit of good advice:  don't sex and drive. 

Also curious:  what went out of business so that RU Cereal could open?

Comment by hettie on May 29, 2013 at 10:02am

OBTS, I think it's that strip with Walker's popcorn, the frozen custard place and pretty much no other stable businesses, at Vassar. They can't seem to hold on to more than a couple decent tenants, which is crazy given their proximity to huge dorms on UNM. You'd figure a passable sandwich shop, some 24 hour food place or something else could thrive there. But the popcorn place and custard are the only things that've been there for any length of time. Maybe cereal will be it.

Comment by once banned twice shy on May 29, 2013 at 10:14am

Well, hettie, you might be right.  Popcorn, ice cream and cereal are the three basic food groups for college students.  Maybe someone should open up a ramen noodle bar there, too.

And this is for Adelita (referencing my comment from yesterday):

Comment by Phil_0 on May 29, 2013 at 10:29am

I bet the cereal joint went in where the cheapo barber shop/salon used to be.

Comment by hettie on May 30, 2013 at 11:44am

I would totally visit a ramen noodle bar.

Comment by Dan Ehrig on May 31, 2013 at 8:26am

Hettie, there is a ramen noodle bar in the Talin food market on the SE corner of Central and Lousiana.


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