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Fowl Play

Have chickens driven Eldorado clucking crazy?

Features It’s dark outside, and the scene is ripe for a fight. Two men—one tall, slender and middle-aged; the other short, gruff and 73—appear ready to duke it out. Well, at least the older man—a Texan named Jim...

Tuesday, January 22, 2013 Joey Peters

Breaking the Rules

When it comes to making Congress work again, does US Sen. Tom Udall have the answer?

Features Tom Udall gets about halfway to SFR’s conference room before an advertising rep stops him to ask what’s wrong with Congress. “It’s a mess up there,” Udall admits, shaking his head. Then he tells her a...

Tuesday, January 15, 2013 Alexa Schirtzinger

Local Politics for Dummiez

Everything you need to know for the upcoming legislative session

Features At noon on Jan. 15, New Mexico’s legislative session opens for business. Each year, the Legislature alternates between 30-day “budget-only” sessions and 60-day general sessions, at which pretty much anyth...

Tuesday, January 8, 2013 SFR

Leave Before He Kills You

In Native populations' struggle to overcome domestic violence, survivors play a pivotal role

Features Najaway, a Navajo woman, survived 20 years of domestic violence at the hands of two husbands—one Native, one non-Native. Now in her early 50s, she still can’t get the nightmare out of her head. “I remembe...

Wednesday, January 2, 2013 Colleen Keane

The Year in Closed Government

How a private email network exposed the secret dealings of top government officials

Features To Serve the Governed, Not the Governors
. Each December, SFR publishes a list of the year’s top 10 stories. But this year, one story overshadowed them all: closed government. At SFR, we pride ourselves on ...

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 Justin Horwath and Joey Peters

End of Days

SFR's first (and last) guide to the apocalypse

Features Oh, those Mayas…always good for a laugh! Your Xoloitzcuintli has the runs after someone fed him dark cacao? Blame your Mayan friend. Somebody rearranged the colored feathers in your headdress to represent the...

Tuesday, December 11, 2012 SFR

Blood Sport

Carlos Condit, Mixed Martial Arts' 'Natural Born Killer,' Heralds the Rise of Combat Sports in New Mexico

Features The second time Carlos Condit spars, he hits twice as hard. It isn’t out of malice or frustration; it’s still morning, and the day is just beginning. Condit is merely picking up the pace. It’s early No...

Tuesday, December 4, 2012 Joey Peters

It's A Trap!...or is it?

Meet the Winners of SFR's Annual Writing Contest. This Week - Non-Fiction & Poetry

Features The second installment of SFR’s annual writing contest features the winners in the nonfiction and poetry categories. With a nod to one of 2012’s biggest news stories, we asked the nonfiction writers to expo...

Tuesday, November 27, 2012 SFR

Stranger Fiction

Meet the Winners of SFR's Annual Writing Contest. This Week - Fiction.

Features It’s become a well-known fact that, when it comes to our annual writing contest, SFR makes Santa Fe’s many talented authors jump through a few hoops. Fiction writers were allowed to write about any subject ...

Tuesday, November 20, 2012 SFR

Mr. Manson Goes to Pakistan

local musician Jono Manson collaborates across continents for a whole new sound

Features It all started with Kevin Costner. One night a few years ago, Saif Samejo was at home in Jamshoro, Pakistan, watching The Postman, the actor and director’s 1997 futuristic epic about one man’s struggle to r...

Tuesday, November 6, 2012 April Reese
 
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