(PNS reporting from MARICOPA COUNTY) In a breaking development on a story first reported by pocho.com in 2012, packs of wild Chihuahuas have taken over and are terrorizing a small town in Maricopa County, AZ.
The roving bands of pint-sized pooches have residents mortified, primarily because locals are afraid of anything remotely Mexican. Officials agree that the dogs’ bark is worse than their bite, however, there is one factor that has locals up in arms about this mini “ruff-conquista.”
(PNS reporting from SAN ANTONIO) Texas is the state with the worst R&B in the nation, according to a new study by the University of Texas at Austin. The Lone Star state, which has a earned a reputation as the home of blues legends such as Robert Johnson, Albert Collins and Stevie Ray Vaughan, has experienced a mass exodus of R&B talent, seeking fame and fortune in such states as Florida, California and Michigan.
“We are experiencing the worst R&B drought since 1974, when R&B was redefined to exclude the blues,” says UT researcher Austin Heepy. “Today, R&B stands for Ridiculously & Bad.”
New Wave band Blondie was known for their dance-friendly blend of disco, punk, funk and rap. Few fans know, however, that the American band became a sensation in Bolivia in 1980, when they released Llama Me, a companion Spanish-language version of their radio hit Call Me.
To this day, Blondie are national heroes in Bolivia, and Llama Me is a staple drinking song during the country’s annual Alacitas festival of abundance. It is also the national anthem for Bolivian gigolos.
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(PNS reporting from NEW YORK) The National Football League confirmed widespread rumors this morning that legendary comedy team Cheech and Chong will be performing during Sunday’s Super Bowl Halftime Show.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told potheads who had been holding their breath that they could now exhale. Their counterculture comedy heroes WILL perform at the game, a championship match that features teams from the two states, Colorado and Washington, that legalized recreational marijuana use this year.
“The grass won’t only be on the field this Sunday,” he said. [Mas…]