May 25, 2017
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The Foilies Awards

Recognizing the Year’s Worst in Government Transparency

Features A commitment to public transparency should start at the top.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 The Electronic Frontier Foundation

Throwing Away the Key

How the concentration of power has denied New Mexico’s ‘30-year lifers’ a fair shot at parole

Features Since 1985, OC Fero has lined his shelf with achievements. The former high school principal was ordained as a priest in the Catholic Apostolic Church of Antioch.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017 Jeff Proctor

Seed Memory

How saving and cultivating seeds preserves and protects the future of food

Features Imagine a mythology, passed down through the generations, packed full of life and the very elements of survival.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017 Maria Egolf-Romero

Beyond the Ban

Santa Feans from targeted Muslim countries feel new pressure on old wounds in the wake of Trump policy

Features Santa Fe is home to a small Muslim community of about 450 people in the greater county area, according to estimates in a private survey called the 2010 US Religious Census.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 Steven Hsieh

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
 
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