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Sweat 2011

Summer Guide It’s best if this story begins with an explanation. “Hashing,” the verb that describes the favored pursuit of the World Hash House Harriers, generally involves a three-mile run, lots of cheap ...

Wednesday, August 31, 2011 Alexa Schirtzinger

Summer Guide 2011

Summer Guide For this year’s Summer Guide, SFR profiles a handful of those people—the ones we think best epitomize both summer and its attendant pleasures.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 SFR

City Cowboy

A Brooklyn transplant trades the office for the outdoors

Summer Guide Jeff Kennedy is a bit of a novelty. He’s the manager of The Bishop’s Lodge Ranch, Resort & Spa stables, and he’s in charge of wrangling horses and guiding guests through the more than 400 acre...

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 Rani Molla


Forget Bruce Wayne—Felix Cordova is the real Batman

Summer Guide ReFlex "shows up in costume when it’s not dress-up night, as Batman…or whoever he feels like." It’s like he’s a comic vigilante and fun is his justice.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 Tracy Dingmann

Desk with a View

Corralling the chorus at the Santa Fe Opera comes with a prime perch

Summer Guide From Susanne Sheston’s “office” at the Santa Fe Opera, one can see the pastel foothills around Tesuque and bask in the afternoon sunlight. As we talk, members of the opera’s Young Voices...

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 Ramon A Lovato

King Conkle

A park ranger explains why you wish you had his job

Summer Guide Hyde Memorial State Park manager Stefan Conkle didn’t find the vocation of forest ranger so much as it found him—or, more accurately, rescued him.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 Tim Kraemer

Degrees of Summer

We go full circle with Circumference 360

Summer Guide The 180s that rap has made over its relatively short history—from lo-fi to big time and then from “thoughtful” rap to a present in which complaining about rap’s stereotyped platitudes is...

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 Rani Molla

Skewed Perspectives

A residency in Santa Fe provides the space to distill the world’s angst

Summer Guide New York-based Santa Fe Art Institute artist-in-residence Judith Hoffman has always made art, although not always in the way she does now. She started off as a geek—specifically, a numbers geek.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 Ramon A Lovato

Some Like it Hot

Wildland firefighters don’t expect much downtime in a hot, dry summer

Summer Guide When fire tears through wilderness and the borders between populated areas and vast forests and mountains, specially trained wildland firefighters are the ones who answer the call.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 Gwyneth Doland

Corn Whisperer

Po’pay returns with a soft touch

Summer Guide Poet and musician Robert Mirabal is bringing Pueblo Revolt leader Po’pay back to life in his corn- and flute-filled laboratory.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 Tracy Dingmann
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