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Wet Hot Art Summernew

An insider’s guide to the best (and worst) of Santa Fe’s art scene
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Rani Molla  |  07-08-2011  |  Art

Five Ways to Be a Better Locavorenew

Some of us don’t like meat. Or eggs. Or cheese. Or milk. Or anything that’s been cooked. Oh wait, that’s totally not true. But some of us choose not to consume these foods for very good reasons.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Marin Sardy  |  03-11-2010  |  Food+Drink

The Top Ten News Stories of 2009 for Santa Fe and the Countrynew

As the economy tumbled, with it came the housing market, the job market and the public pocketbook. At the same time, lack of access to affordable health care became an intolerable political juggernaut, pay-to-play scandals unfolded here and elsewhere, and swine flu panic gripped the nation.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Santa Fe Reporter Staff  |  12-31-2009  |  Commentary

Where's the Money? SFR Hunts for Santa Fe's Wealthiestnew

The Great Recession has thrown at least 3,300 Santa Feans out of work since last August. At that rate, one student in every Santa Fe classroom has a parent who has lost a job. The wealthy have felt the contraction, too: Yesterday's billionaires are today's ... hundred millionaires.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Corey Pein  |  09-10-2009  |  Economy

Can a City Really Tell You When and Where You Can or Can't Play Music?new

As it turns out, a license for busking in Santa Fe costs $35 per calendar year. The license comes with a host of guidelines that include when buskers can play, where they can play and how long they can play there; it also specifies that there can be no amplification. All this raises somewhat existential questions.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Alex De Vore  |  07-09-2009  |  Music

A Santa Fe Teacher Calls It Quits–But Not for the Reasons You'd Thinknew

At the heart of one teacher's decision to leave Santa Fe lies a golden opportunity just missed—a revolution in education that never came to be.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Seth Biderman  |  06-04-2009  |  Education

Thirty Years of Art; Six Years of Warnew

Santa Fe's Center for Contemporary Arts, at 30, is all grown-up. Of course, like a lot of kids who came of age during the same period, it has occasionally shirked its responsibilities, struggled to pay the bills and cathartically reinvented itself more than a few times.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Zane Fischer  |  04-16-2009  |  Art

School Board Pop Quiznew

For the Feb. 3 Santa Fe Public Schools Board of Education elections, candidates were quizzed on their knowledge. The rules for Pop Quiz are as follows: No research allowed and, if they call back later with the right answer, too bad.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Corey Pein  |  01-29-2009  |  Politics

The World's Best Distance Runners are from East Africa, but They Train in Santa Fenew

Since 2002, 20 runners from around the world have paid nearly $1,000 to train for a week in the high, dry air of Santa Fe, at the beginning of each August, at Dr. Jon Woo's high-altitude running school, Camp Marafiki.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Charles Bethea  |  01-08-2009  |  Sports

From Humble to High Art, Peanut Butter is a National Obsessionnew

Sometimes I'll ask someone if they like peanut butter, and they'll say that they prefer some other nut butter -- almond, usually. That's all well and good, but it's not the same thing.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  A Qasimi  |  10-09-2008  |  Food+Drink

Astrologer Discusses Obama, McCain and Palinnew

It's a good thing John McCain picked an Aquarian running mate, according to Santa Fe astrologer Arielle Guttman.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Dave Maass  |  09-10-2008  |  Politics

Why Are So Few Female Chefs Drawn to the Helm of Restaurant Kitchens?new

Many believe the explanation is the crazy hours and militaristic physicality of the work, but isn't the field of emergency nursing, which poses similar challenges, run by women?
Santa Fe Reporter  |  A Qasimi  |  08-28-2008  |  Food+Drink

Apple Miner Colony Induces Mellow Mayhemnew

The group is a fresco, a mixed and matched selection of strings, brass, electric and acoustic instruments sweeping with ruddy choruses, that hold the audience's collective attention above the spectacle of witnessing such a large band at play. The live show and the band's recently released album confirms that relevant and soulful music is alive and well in Santa Fe.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Gabe Gomez  |  08-01-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Talking to Stephanie 'Golden Girl' Jaramillo, a Pioneer of Women's Boxingnew

Jaramillo and her husband are launching Geronimo Enterprises, a promotions company that will begin organizing mixed martial arts and amateur boxing bouts in Santa Fe as early as August 2008.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Dave Maass  |  05-30-2008  |  Sports

Santa Fe's Eco-Friendly Taxis Stuck in Trafficnew

The startup cab company Green Taxi faces bureaucratic delays from New Mexico's existing cab companies.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Dave Maass  |  04-24-2008  |  Transportation

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