June 28, 2017
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Paper Genocide

Urban Native Americans in Santa Fe hurt by federal funding for Indian health care are demanding reform

Features Delight Talawepi lives up to her name. She smiles often, loves Santa Fe, and extends a polite demeanor even to strangers. But she’s living in constant pain.

Wednesday, June 28, 2017 Aaron Cantú

Permanent Collection

Got a tattoo? Welcome to thousands of years of tradition

Features The world’s oldest known tattoos adorn various parts of Ötzi the Iceman, a 5,300-year-old mummy discovered in the Alps on the border of Austria and Italy in 1991.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017 Alex De Vore

Flight Plans

Santa Fe’s airport is searching for more flights, but bursting at the seams

Features Santa Fe has only a handful of direct commercial flights linking it to major airports, but the city, the business community and the tourist industry are hungry for more.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 Matt Grubs

Cop Secret

Santa Feans registered at least 24 complaints against officers last year, but what happened next remains under lock and key

Features Phillip Armijo argued with his sister in her living room one day last spring. Before long, two Santa Fe police officers showed up to sort out the siblings’ squabble. No one had been injured, so there would be...

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 Jeff Proctor and Aaron Cantú

Mortally Maternal

We can’t really know what’s killing New Mexico’s mothers

Features It’s taken years for her to say it, but Nicolle Gonzales now can frankly state that she nearly died in childbirth.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Elizabeth Miller

Dispensary Land

Santa Fe’s five cannabis dispensaries serve a growing patient base

Features Long-standing federal limits on research into the plant’s medical uses have forced patients, doctors and dispensary owners to improvise their ways to wellness.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 Aaron Cantú

The Heart of Darkness

A walk through the scorched landscapes where our forest used to be and a glimpse of our future fires

Features First there’s a spark, and then the fire. We all stare at the sky, smell the smoke. After the trees and brush and roots are gone, floods roar through arroyos and down hillsides. Weeds invade as soon as the gr...

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Laura Paskus

Sugar Crash

After a bitter defeat in the sugary-drink tax election, a look what’s next for pre-K in Santa Fe—and for the man who pinned his name on the plan

Features The mayor was at home. After months spent talking about the futures of 966 children, he was presently concerned primarily with the immediate futures of two.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 Matt Grubs

Rebel, Rebel

Photographs prove Frida Kahlo was her own muse

Features In only 47 years of life, Frida Kahlo made an everlasting mark on the world as a painter, an icon of individuality and a symbol of feminism, exoticism, self-love and suffering.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 Maria Egolf-Romero

The Craft

Local breweries expand and reshape for a discerning audience

Features The Big Guy A seemingly endless line of students enrolled in brewing and beverage management courses at Central New Mexico Community College pours into the main brewery warehouse at the Santa Fe Brewing Company...

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Alex De Vore
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