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Duck, Duck, Goose

How Hank Shaw Makes Cooking Manly

Features If Isaiah Mustafa is The Man Your Man Could Smell Like, then Hank Shaw is The Man Your Man Could Cook Like. Except instead of wearing a towel and holding Old Spice body wash, he’s wearing waders and holding a...

Wednesday, January 1, 2014 Gwyneth Doland

Top 10 of 2013

SFR Recounts the Biggest News of the Year

Features “It is a big issue within our church; we’re just way ahead of the curve,” Rev. Gail Marriner told SFR earlier this year. The topic at hand was same-sex marriage, and as a “statement of conscience,” Ma...

Tuesday, December 24, 2013 SFR

The Unkindest Cut

Unscrupulous employers rip off workers’ wages

Features It’s the kind of work that housemaids Marta Dionicio and Maria Chamale have never minded. In their world of extreme circumstances, there’s never been a fast buck. They’re used to toiling with brooms, dirt...

Wednesday, December 18, 2013 Peter St. Cyr

FIREPROOF

Can forest thinning save Santa Fe’s watershed from catastrophic wildfire?

Features Since 2011, major wildfires in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains have burned ever closer to the edge of the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed, the source of much of the city’s drinking water supply.

Wednesday, December 11, 2013 Frank Clifford

Winter Guide

The most wonderful time of the year is here!

Features Much like the groundhog’s coquettish peer signals the arrival of spring; the gorging of oneself at Thanksgiving dinner signals the advent of winter in the Limón household. The rolls are aplenty, the turkey i...

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 Enrique Limón

Writing Contest 2013

SFR's Best Fiction, Essays and Poems

Features Picking the most compelling, well-composed work of more than 80 entries to this year’s SFR Writing Contest kept our panel of judges awake at night. We pored over poems, essays and stories that resp

Tuesday, November 26, 2013 Julie Ann Grimm

ADAM & CHARLES VS. THE MAN

Features If the “Open Carry March” on July 4 had gone off as Adam Kokesh originally planned, he would have led an army of 10,000 peaceful (but armed) gun-rights protesters through Washington DC in what he

Tuesday, November 19, 2013 Daniel Edward Rosen

JEWEL DUEL

A VIEW OF THE PLAZA’S UNDERBELLY

Features Nearly everything looked in place on a crisp September morning in the picturesque adobe shopping center. The art, jewelry and clothing stores that make up the blocks surrounding the downtown Plaza wer

Wednesday, November 13, 2013 Joey Peters

Mexican, Asked

Gustavo Arellano on Hispanics, chile and panocha

Features Gustavo Arellano wears many hats. Or in his case, sombreros: alt-weekly editor, author, feather-ruffler and perhaps his biggest claim to fame, the mastermind behind the ever popular syndicated column ¡Ask a Me...

Wednesday, November 6, 2013 Enrique Limón

Black in Santa Fe

Small population, overlooked stories

Features It’s self-evident: the New Mexico black population is small.  Black New Mexicans—whether African, Caribbean, or black American—comprise less than 3 percent of the people living in the state.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 Darryl Lorenzo Wellington
 
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