June 28, 2017
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Pulling Strings

At the New Mexico Museum of Art puppet shows aren’t just for kids

Winter Guide There’s evidence Americans are under the erroneous impression that puppet shows are only for kids. But if the minds behind the Holiday Open House at the New Mexico Museum of Art have their way, adults wil...

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

The Christmas City

We wish Disneyland were more like Madrid, NM

Winter Guide Madrid, NM, and its Christmas light displays were known all over the world during the first few decades of the 20th century. Even Walt Disney is fabled to have been enamored of Madrid, thrilled by its devotion ...

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

The Invisible Ones

In Face of the Homeless, photographer Cathy Maier Callanan captures the unseen stories of Santa Feans looking for shelter

Features Cathy Maier Callanan, a professional photographer who cofounded the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, makes her living shooting portraits and wedding albums. But on the side, she uses her craft and passion to he...

Tuesday, October 20, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

SFR Talk: Ahead of the Pack

With Lisa Jennings

Interviews Animal Protection of New Mexico began as Sangre de Cristo Animal Protection in 1979 and has been run by Executive Director Lisa Jennings since 1993. APNM is responsible for everything from 2007’s cockfigh...

Wednesday, October 14, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

Fierro Verdict Rendered

Jury find Fierro guilty of vehicular homicide.

Local News SFR was present at the First Judicial District courthouse when the verdict in the long, arduous Carlos Fierro case was returned. Last November, the prominent 36-year-old Santa Fe attorney struck and killed Will...

Friday, October 2, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

Mystery Man

Author Tony Hillerman's Legacy Lives On

Book Reviews Tony Hillerman began his career as a journalist for The Santa Fe New Mexican and went on to author more than 30 books, most of which were mystery novels set in New Mexico—more specifically, Navajo lands. ...

Wednesday, September 16, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

A Raw Deal

A raw diet is more than just sprouts and fruit juice

Sweat Deva Khalsa theorizes that as people feel like the economy, the country and their lives are spiraling out of control, they want to take charge of one of the few things they can dictate entirely: What goes into ...

Wednesday, September 2, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

Telepathy and Trickery

Fencing is all about mind games—and sharp objects

Sweat As the coaches, competitors and students at the New Mexico Fencing Foundation will tell you, today’s fencing derives from one long-ago practice: the gentlemanly fight to the death.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

SFR Talk: Koi Polloi

With Yan-You-Len Pond Service owner and koi fish rescuer Joe Marquez

Interviews Joe Marquez is the owner of Yan-You-Len Pond Service and also runs a koi fish rescue operation (his youtube channel, youtube.com/user/yanyoulen, is popular among koi enthusiasts worldwide). Marquez has more tha...

Wednesday, September 2, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

Native Tongues

Indian Market’s new literary event adds another chapter to the story of Native expression

Features The Southwestern Association of Indian Arts, along with the Shadow Catchers Institute of Indigenous Arts, this year adds another component to Indian Market weekend: (Re)presentation: An Indian Market Literary A...

Wednesday, August 12, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski
 
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