I wish I could recall the first time I heard those sounds of madness in the night. I’m sure they tore a hole in my understanding of all things simple and orderly. A cacophony of blood and wantonness. Coyotes.
Call yourself a tree hugger? There’s a lot more to the title than a perfectly arced Frisbee toss, inattention to hygiene and thrift store outfits. In the interest of helping you achieve some real Earth Day cred, SFR offers a partial list of the skills you’ll need to be a real hippie—and how to master them.
It’s time to face facts about the failures of US economic policy
For the past decade, we have doubled down on the theory of supply-side economics with the tax cuts sponsored by President George W Bush in 2001 and 2003, which President Obama has agreed to continue for two years. You would think that whether this grand experiment worked would be settled after three decades
Based on data SFCC reports to the US Department of Education, of the approximately 6,600 students who enrolled at SFCC in fall 2010, only half are expected to return for a second year. Even fewer will successfully earn a degree—a discouraging trend at the only public community college serving Santa Fe.
My son’s body lacks hexosaminidase A, an enzyme critical for brain development, and his brain is, as they say in the neurology world, “devastated.” Before he dies, Ronan will become paralyzed, lose his sight, his hearing and his sense of touch.
The state has instituted ambitious changes over the past few years to the way child care is regulated. Oversight of providers by the state Children, Youth and Families Department has increased, with background checks mandatory for all adults who come in contact with kids.vBut the resulting shift has created fewer options for affordable child care
Linda Durham and her gallery have been a force in Santa Fe’s creative
community since she first happened on her career and developed a habit
of representing New Mexico and its artists locally and internationally.
Now, after 33 years in business, Durham will close her gallery on March
Federally-funded and state-supported drug task forces are running rampant in New Mexico. SFR reveals the results of two months of investigation into why armed, masked men in fatigues are landing in helicopters and routinely invading a normally peaceful town.
The Santa River has been in trouble for a while (the first dam was built upstream in 1881 and petitions from farmers whose acequias ran dry date back as early as 1886). But now, various conservation efforts and advocacy groups are finding the perfect chance to turn river restoration plans into action. On of these efforts is The Return of the River.