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SOS

Can anyone fix social security's broken benefits system?

Features Angelo Rotunno has never lived a stable life. At a young age, he was molested and raped. At home, his father beat him.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 Joey Peters

Trail Blazer

How Dale Ball gave Santa Fe a wilderness legacy

Features Dale Ball sits comfortably in the corner of his living room couch on the 14th story of an Albuquerque high-rise.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 Mia Rose Carbone

The Rising

One billion women will experience violence in their lifetimes. In Santa Fe and around the world, they're rising up for change

Features Jessica Montoya’s hands are shaking.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 Alexa Schirtzinger

14 Things To Do In Santa Fe This Valentine's Day

No V-Day plans? We've got you covered

Features Let’s dive right into all of the interesting, romantic, fun, sensual events that are at your fingertips in Santa Fe this upcoming V-Day week. Here’s a list of our top 14.

Monday, February 11, 2013 Robert Sobel

Mad As Hell

Is a former legislator’s complaint a quixotic quest—or a moment of truth?

Features Joe Carraro calls himself “the average Joe.” That’s the name of a website he created, full of YouTube videos of him at a fake news desk, editorializing about issues ranging from stimulus waste and Obamaca...

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

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
 
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