Feb. 19, 2017
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Border Patrol

Indigenous arts collective Postcommodity breaches theUS-Mexico border fence

Features Step into the room, and you’re caught in a centrifuge of whirring fence posts. Dark barriers slide across every wall, changing speed from one surface to the next like an ersatz carnival ride that’s about to...

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Jordan Eddy

Love & Sex 2017

A Jurassic F*ck

Features It’s back! The re-bone-en-ing is nigh! After a brief respite last year for, uh, logistical reasons, we knew it was time to get love and sex back into the minds and hearts of our readers.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017 Alex De Vore

Our Schools are Drowning in Data

Why is NM wasting money, time and sanity compiling data sets that are redundant and ineffective?

Features It took Lisa Durkin about a month, she figures, of staying after school two or three nights a week. Usually she’d be in her classroom until 7 pm gathering lesson plans or logs of contact she’d had with pare...

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 Matt Grubs

25 Things We Love About Santa Fe

Features The aerial photos that made up this week’s cover image are from a drone soaring over above downtown during one of our summer markets. We love this view and we love this city.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017 SFR

Chop Suey on San Francisco Street

How George Park beat anti-Chinese laws and started a prominent Santa Fe family

Features The woman watched as soldiers confiscated her family’s land and beat her husband to death—another horror in the bloody land reforms of Chairman Mao Zedong’s Communist Party.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017 Steven Hsieh

Lost, Found, Forgotten

Hundreds of people die anonymously each year, but a public database offers a chance to name some of the dead

Features Lifelong rancher Warren Read and his wife, Diane Amatore, were driving their ranch east of Las Vegas to check on their cattle when they spotted about 20 crows circling in the December sky above the property’s...

Wednesday, January 11, 2017 Elizabeth Miller

Action!

The film industry brings big money to New Mexico, but does the incentive cap mortgage its potential future success?

Features After enjoying a surge of activity in the state, mid-2011 came as a dark time for the film industry in New Mexico. The arrival of Susana Martinez in the governor’s office and the subsequent session of the ...

Wednesday, January 4, 2017 Alex De Vore

New Year New Job

For these Santa Feans, 2017 is all about a fresh start

Features Deck the halls, ring the bells and drop the antacid, the holidays have arrived. And by the time we return to the newsroom to crank up the old typewriters again, we’ll be in a whole new year.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016 SFR

Next in Line

New Mexico sees one high-profile child abuse death after the next, but outcomes for children aren’t getting any better

Features On a winter afternoon nearly five years ago, a 3-year-old child showed up at the emergency room at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center. He arrived unconscious and vomiting, covered in bruises.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016 Steven Hsieh

So Long, Farewell

The world has changed. Do we mourn? Or love what’s still here?

Features It’s a crisp, late fall morning in Santa Fe. Larry Rasmussen, a Lutheran lay minister, and I sit side-by-side at his kitchen table. Sometimes we look at one another. But mostly we both look out the picture wi...

Wednesday, December 7, 2016 Laura Paskus
 
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Morning Word: A Day Without an Immigrant

Morning Word A Day Without an ImmigrantSanta Fe showed up strong to the more-or-less impromptu protest. Dozens of locally owned businesses around town closed their doors in solidarity with immigrant employees. Oth ... More

Feb. 17, 2017 by Matt Grubs

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