Oct. 27, 2016
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The Sweetest Spot

All the adoration of Pie Town has brought business, and change, to a timeless destination

Features Twenty years ago, there was no pie in Pie Town. Now, on any given day, you may have up to four places to choose from—and thank goodness, the proprietors say, because otherwise, any one of them would be overwh...

Wednesday, May 4, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

SFR’s 2016 Poetry Issue

Spring Poetry Search

Features “Everyone is a poet,” says Hakim Bellamy. “What is cool about poetry is that it is like the most accessible artform, I believe. It doesn’t take a lot—a high threshold of cost or education or anything ...

Wednesday, April 27, 2016 Julie Ann Grimm

Top 10 Water Guzzlers

City billing problems take spotlight in our annual report

Features When we first asked for the data for this year’s top 10 water guzzlers story, the city stalled, and then stalled some more, in fulfilling the records request.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Giants of Folklorico

Family ties and cultural respect keep alive the unique sound of Northern New Mexico’s folk music

Features “I quit having a job in 1969, and I’ve been very lucky to do what I’ve loved since then,” aural historian, radio producer and co-curator of the annual Nuestra Musica Festival, Jack Loeffler, announces g...

Wednesday, April 13, 2016 Alex De Vore

Growing Pains

How money flows from a nonprofit cannabis producer in Santa Fe to a for-profit Arizona company

Features New Mexico cannabis producers are required to operate as nonprofits, but the model is more of a myth than a reality.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016 Peter St. Cyr

She Flew Solo

Photographer Anne Noggle takes flight in museum retrospective

Features In the last self-portrait she made before her death, photographer Anne Noggle has all but disappeared. Her hand, its skin creased, thin and pale, holds a white mask cast from her face and filled with glass eyes...

Wednesday, March 30, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Puff of Smoke

How the justice system was designed to clear the cop who killed Jeanette Anaya

Features A joint investigation between SFR and New Mexico In Depth reveals the inner workings of the investigative grand jury process that cleared a state police officer who killed Jeanette Anaya in a Santa Fe neighb...

Wednesday, March 23, 2016 Jeff Proctor

2016 Drinks Guide

A Letter from the Editor

Features There’s an art to being a good bartender. Not just anybody can pick up some ice, put it together with some booze, a little mixer and call it good.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016 Ben Kendall

Spinning Out

New Mexico could be leading the renewable energy market, so why are we dropping out of it?

Features The state has the renewable resources to potentially provide 1,000 times more clean energy than Public Service Company of New Mexico’s current demand, according to the state Energy Conservation and Manageme...

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Ben in Tights

At wise fool’s trapeze class, fear is the mind-killer

Features There’s a special kind of terror when holding your own weight for an extended period of time, while hanging inverted from a trapeze. Loosen your grip, and gravity’s takeover will be swift and punishing.

Wednesday, March 2, 2016 Ben Kendall
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Morning Word: Martinez Vetoes Education Funding Cuts

Morning Word Governor criticizes lawmakers for cutting her teacher merit pay program and stipends for teachers in difficult-to-staff districts. ... More

Oct. 25, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr


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