Dec. 11, 2016
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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

Pay it Forward

Kidney transplant between former judge and ex-sheriff completes a cycle of giving that’s spanned decades

Features A beloved former judge and a tarnished former sheriff both born and raised in Santa Fe met again in the most intimate of ways at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, just before Thanksgiving.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016 Julie Ann Grimm

2016 Writing Contest

My Great Adventure

Features SFR asked writers to compose works on the theme of “your great adventure” for the new iteration of our annual contest for short fiction and nonfiction.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016 SFR

A Rio Runs Through Us

Our most familiar river gains new life in a new book from a local conservationist and UNM Press

Features Its course is the heartline of New Mexico, surging down from Colorado, tumbling through Taos Canyon and swelling at the ancient confluence of rivers in Española before pooling in Cochiti Lake.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016 Gwyneth Doland

This Guy

Remember that night Donald Trump turned out to be right?

Features The unthinkable started to happen. Donald Trump, the reality television star who took America by the throat, invigorated half the country with a strain of populist nationalism not seen in recent history.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 Steven Hsieh

Nearest Ms.

A grossly unqualified candidate campaigning on racism and sexism likely won the presidency. His well-prepared rival was a woman.

Features This never would have happened if Hillary Clinton were a man.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Back of the House

Behind every lauded chef is a crew doing the hard work

Features The front-of-house employees who facilitate the actual experience of dining out—and who are usually nice for the tips—get all the attention. But what about the many other restaurant workers who make up the ...

Project Censored

Downplayed stories illuminate larger patterns in inequality, spying, the environment and corporate influence

Features Throughout its 40-year history, Project Censored has covered a lot of ground that the corporate mainstream media has missed.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016 Paul Rosenberg

Force-Fed Junk Food News in the Age of Clinton vs. Trump

Compare and contrast the content of corporate media

Features Seven years after the launch of Project Censored, in 1983, the founder of the media research, education and advocacy initiative, Sonoma State University professor Carl Jensen, added the Junk Food News component...

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 Terelle Jerricks

The Advocate and The Hardliner

Choices for district attorney present starkly different visions for the office

Features The last time a Republican ran for District Attorney in the tri-county area comprising Santa Fe, Los Alamos and Rio Arriba, Gerald Ford sat in the White House.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Steven Hsieh
 
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