March 26, 2017


Cover Story

SFR’s 2017 Spring Poetry Search Winners

Features Wow, Santa Fe. You are really into poetry right now. This year’s Spring Poetry Search blew us away with hundreds of entries that ran the gamut from short and sweet, long and funny to downright beautiful and moving.
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March 22, 2017 by SFR

Weekend Picks: TGI-Eff Yeah!

Weekend Picks We can bet we're all ready to get down to some serious weekend-ing. ... More

March 24, 2017 by SFR

Into the Fire

Three years later, SFR’s anti-secrecy and free expression case against Gov. Martinez heads to court

Local News After years of legal wrangling over press freedoms and the public’s right to know, the Santa Fe Reporter is set to finally have its day in state District Court at the end of this month.
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March 22, 2017 by Marisa Demarco


Los Angeles’ Dawes rolls with the punches

Music Features Dawes is evolving. Or has already. Either way, the Los Angeles band has shed at least some of their folky pop gestalt for patient ruminations on the usual suspects—loss and love and mortality—with their fifth studio album, We’re All Gonna Die. ... More

March 22, 2017 by Alex De Vore


More than 1,000 protestors rally at the capitol against education cuts

Local News The action comes just after Santa Fe Public Schools called for a half-day to allow teachers to demonstrate.  ... More

March 16, 2017 by Steven Hsieh

Both Sides

Dueling locations in a city of 70K

Food Writing I recently had a long conversation with a visitor from Denver about how Santa Fe has a north/south divide. For us, this isn’t shocking or new to say.
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March 22, 2017 by Michael J Wilson

Mind Games

Seeing sounds with the synesthetic brain of Reyes Padilla

Art Features Imagine for a moment you can see every sound around you. The clink of a coffee cup produces a burst of blue triangles, a passing car is accompanied by rolling yellow polka dots and a barking dog emits bright red rectangles.
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March 22, 2017 by Jordan Eddy

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Review

Product Reviews Make sure you bring your friends. ... More

March 21, 2017 by Alex De Vore

3 Questions

with Marcia Torobin

3 Questions Usually, life in the Middle East through the lens of documentary filmmakers and journalists is focused on the political struggles and the pain of war.
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March 22, 2017 by Maria Egolf-Romero

SFR Picks: Never-Moments

Renowned realist paints things that don’t exist

Picks Looking at one of Daniel Sprick’s portraits is like looking into the eyes of someone you know; when you can see a feeling move across their irises and, without a word, know what they’re thinking.
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March 22, 2017 by Maria Egolf-Romero, Alex De Vore

Backyard Canyoneering

Explorations in local slots seek out the best of what New Mexico canyon country has to offer

The Enthusiast The first time Brett Kettering and Daniel Creveling lowered themselves into Pajarito Gorge near White Rock, they had only a vague image of what they were getting into.
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March 22, 2017 by Elizabeth Miller

'Life' Review

Just like 1979’s Alien but with less Sigourney Weaver

Movie Reviews Director Daniel Espinosa’s new science fiction thriller follows six absurdly attractive astronauts attempting to control a celestial life-form.  ... More

March 24, 2017 by Kendall Mac

Letters to the Editor


Letters to the Editor Mail letters to PO Box 2306, Santa Fe, NM 87504, deliver to 132 E Marcy St., or email them to Letters (no more than 200 words) should refer to specific articles in the Reporter. Letters will be edited for space and clarity. ... More

March 22, 2017 by SFR

7 Days


7 Days News plus jokes equals the original listicle. ... More

March 22, 2017 by SFR

Savage Love

Curious Minds

Savage Love I recently spoke at Curious Minds Weekend in Toronto at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema. Audience members submitted questions on cards before the show—anonymously—but the moderator, Lisan Jutras and I were having so much fun talking with each other that we didn’t get to many cards. ... More

March 22, 2017 by Dan Savage



MetroGlyphs Russ Thornton is a Santa Fe local who has replaced his first passion, cooking, with a new love interest, the weekly SFR comic he's created called MetroGlyphs. Reach him at

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March 22, 2017 by SFR

Morning Word: Soda Tax Campaigns Paid For By Outside Groups

Morning Word More than half a million dollars in cash, consulting, canvassing and other campaign expenses has flowed into Santa Fe's soda tax election. ... More

March 24, 2017 by Matt Grubs


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