Sept. 18, 2014

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Climate March

People are encouraged to bring their energy to two green events this weekend

Local News In anticipation of next week's United Nations Climate Summit, New Mexican residents will have plenty of opportunities this weekend to join in on local "People's Climate Marches." ... More

Sept. 18, 2014 by Joey Peters

Emails Contradict AG's Con Man Account

Gary King and defense in the Michael Soutar case negotiated terms, records show

Local News Internal emails contradict the account given Thursday by a top official at Gary King's office who told reporters that "the attorney general did not negotiate any kind of agreement with [Michael] Soutar"—a con man prosecuted ... More

Sept. 18, 2014 by Justin Horwath

Meet A Cop

Santa Fe Police will be at Starbucks to talk to community

Local News Coffee will be served, but will there be doughnuts?  ... More

Sept. 17, 2014 by Joey Peters
 

Triathlon Losing Steam?

With one day of registration remaining, numbers are low for seventh annual event

Local News Fewer people have registered for this weekend's Santa Fe’s seventh annual triathlon than last year, but city officials say they expect a last-minute rush of participants before the Saturday event. ... More

Sept. 17, 2014 by Julie Ann Grimm

SFR’s Bike Issue

I Want to Ride My Bicycle

Features The venerable bicycle has been a part of the American cultural landscape since before its motorized cousins came to rule the realm of transportation.
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Sept. 17, 2014 by Julie Ann Grimm

No Man’s Land

Uncertain fate for unkempt gateway

Local News For the past four years, Rick Martinez has spent part of the spring and fall volunteering to clean up a plot of land at the corner of St. Francis Drive and Cerrillos Road. ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by Joey Peters

Minnow Down

WildEarth Guardians suits up for another battle on the Rio Grande

Local News Earlier this summer, when afternoon rains were falling regularly in the Rio Grande Valley, John Horning pushed through head-high willow saplings along the west bank of the river near Albuquerque.
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Sept. 16, 2014 by Laura Paskus

Beer For My Teachers

Born Here John Dotts personally impacted my development more so than any other teacher I’ve had in my life, before or since, but the first thing I remember will always be his unique way of bringing his classes to order. ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by Miljen Aljinovic

Triathlon Losing Steam?

With one day of registration remaining, numbers are low for seventh annual event

Local News Fewer people have registered for this weekend's Santa Fe’s seventh annual triathlon than last year, but city officials say they expect a last-minute rush of participants before the Saturday event. ... More

Sept. 17, 2014 by Julie Ann Grimm

The Boys Are (Back) In Town

Make way for Just Lizzy

Picks The moon landing wasn’t the only amazing thing that happened in 1969; legendary Irish rock band Thin Lizzy formed.
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Sept. 17, 2014 by Alex De Vore

Skin Deep

Symposium aims to answer questions on Native American artistic identity

Art Features I am smoking a cigarette with Charles Rencountre under the foyer at the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum of Contemporary Native Arts on a chaotic Indian Market Sunday. ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by Bett Williams

How Sweet It Is

New bakery satisfies sweet tooth and then some

Food Writing Sweet Lily will warm up anything in the case, and you should take them up on this offer, as there’s no doubt melting butter is an asset for most any dish. ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by Julie Ann Grimm

Become the Jellyfish

Sattva Ananda is a credit to our local DJ scene

Music Features Local DJ, artist and businessman Sattva Ananda explains his musical method over a cup of coffee. ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by Alex De Vore

High Court Times

State Supreme Court to make final decision on marijuana advisory vote

News Briefs The fate of a marijuana decriminalization vote this fall is now in the hands of the state Supreme Court, who will likely make a decision on it next week. Recently, both the Santa Fe and Bernalill ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by Joey Peters

Rainbow Backfire

Interstate paint job comes with up to $25K cleanup cost

News Briefs Labor Day weekend got someone’s creative juices flowing, as they apparently took special pains to create a splattered rainbow along the Interstate 25 northbound offramp leading to St. Francis Drive ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by Julie Ann Grimm

3 Questions

with Luca Ceccarelli

3 Questions With natural settings second to none and an environment that intrinsically promotes creativity New Mexico and Santa Fe in particular are ripe for filmmaking.
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Sept. 16, 2014 by Enrique Limón

The Field That Magers Built

40th Anniversary He is the man who coached Santa Fe High to its first state championship in football in 1935. He is also the man credited with the construction of the football stadium still used today by Santa Fe High.
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Sept. 16, 2014 by Charlie Ludlow

Letters to the Editor

09.17.14

Letters to the Editor Email letters to editor@sfreporter.com. Letters (no more than 200 words) should refer to specific articles in the Reporter. ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by SFR

Street View

09.17.14

Street View What do you see? Send your pics to streetview@sfreporter.com or share them on Twitter or Facebook using #sfrstreetview for a chance to win a prize. ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by SFR

Eavesdropper

09.17.14

Eavesdropper Send your Overheard in Santa Fe tidbits to: eavesdropper@sfreporter.com ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by SFR

7 Days

09.17.14

7 Days Been under a rock for the last week? Here's what you missed. SFR's 7 Days is your one-stop shop for all the news that happens in and around Northern New Mexico. ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by SFR

Burning Down the House!

'Happy Christmas': I’m an asshole!

Ok There isn’t much point to summarizing the plot of Happy Christmas; it doesn’t really have one. ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by David Riedel

Another Day, Another Equation

'The Zero Theorem' is pretty dull

Meh The Zero Theorem even has the same feel as most Gilliam movies, which is to say it’s a tragedy masquerading as a comedy. ... More

Sept. 16, 2014 by David Riedel
 
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