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Best Place to Read the Reporter

—Not That There’s a Bad Place

Best of Santa Fe Everywhere

Wednesday, July 22, 2009 Julia Goldberg

Best Bartender

—(Write ’Em in Folks!)  

Best of Santa Fe  Heather McKearnan, Cowgirl

Wednesday, July 22, 2009 Julia Goldberg

Santa Fe Grieves

One tragic crash devastates the community

Local News A tragedy like the car crash that killed four Santa Fe teenagers on June 28 leaves even strangers reeling with grief. But few in our community are strangers to the victims and their families. At SFR, the events...

Wednesday, July 1, 2009 Julia Goldberg

SFR Talk: Past is Prologue

With Richard McCord

Interviews Richard McCord co-founded the Santa Fe Reporter in June, 1974 with Laurel Knowles and acted as its editor and publisher for 15 years. McCord also is the author of The Chain Gang: One Newspaper Versus The Gannet...

Tuesday, June 16, 2009 Julia Goldberg

SFR Talk: Living History

With Frances Levine

Interviews Frances Levine is the director of the New Mexico History Museum, which opens in Santa Fe on May 24. She also is a contributing editor to this month’s Museum of New Mexico Press book, Telling New Mexico, A...

Wednesday, May 6, 2009 Julia Goldberg

SFR Talk: Savage Words

With Dan Savage

Interviews Syndicated sex-advice columnist Dan Savage will be the guest speaker at the Human Rights Alliance’s March 28 Gayla. In addition to publishing “Savage Love” in dozens of newspapers across the U...

Wednesday, March 25, 2009 Julia Goldberg

From the Heart:

Mikey Baker talks about buying WilLee's

Music Features Dry your tears Santa Fe barflies. Yes, WilLee’s is closed, but it will be re-opening in March with a new name, new owners and a new vibe that harkens back to old-school Santa Fe.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009 Julia Goldberg

A Year in the Life of Political Obsession

It wasn’t the only story—it was just the best one

Features A month by month recount of 2008's political slugfest.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008 Julia Goldberg

Tweaking the Constitution

SFR Picks for amendments on the ballot

Local News Voters will be asked to weigh in on five amendments to the state constitution on the Nov. 4 ballot. As per usual, the amendments are poorly worded and potentially confusing. Our recommendations are ba

Wednesday, October 22, 2008 Julia Goldberg

Show Them the Money

SFR’s roundup of tax and bond questions

Local News County Regional Transit Gross Receipts Tax QuestionSFR Pick: ApproveSanta Fe County voters are being asked to approve a 0.125 percent tax increase for the operation and capital-improvement costs for t

Wednesday, October 22, 2008 Julia Goldberg
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