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Things to do in Santa Fe When You're Undead

Run for your life! It's a Zombie Apocalypse!

Features According to a team of Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists, a zombie epidemic would overwhelm the city in half a day. Assuming bite-to-zombification takes 45 minutes—the same as snake venom completi...

Tuesday, October 28, 2008 Dave Maass

Land of Confusion

Voting and funding confound everyone in PRC race

Local News Posing as local voters on Oct. 20, SFR called the clerks’ offices in all of the 13 counties in the district for instructions on this procedure. Four counties—Bernalillo, Colfax, Guadalupe and DeBaca...

Wednesday, October 22, 2008 Dave Maass

Leaked!

SFR’s roundup of the top 10 water users of summer

Local News PLUS: See which commercial properties are using the most water, as well as how much water Santa Fe city councilors (and SFR’s management) used last summer.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008 Dave Maass

Blockgate extra

Payment to AG employee potentially illegal

Local News A $350 payment made by PRC candidate Jerome Block Jr to the Attorney General’s constituent services coordinator for “mailout assistance” may have been illegal, SFR has discovered.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008 Dave Maass

Playing with Smear

Lee Atwater’s tricks play out in a docu-flick

Movie Reviews If Karl Rove is George W Bush’s “Turd Blossom,” then that makes Lee Atwater the lump of poop from which Rove flowered. In the ’70s and ’80s, Atwater authored the Republican playboo...

Tuesday, October 14, 2008 Dave Maass

SFR Talk: Bosom Buddy

With Alaric Balibrera

Interviews What do breasts and extraterrestrials have in common? For one, both contributed to the R-rating for the film Species. For another, local Raëlian guide Alaric Balibrera wants to give both more exposure in S...

Wednesday, October 8, 2008 Dave Maass

Block the Vote!

Even if he lied, Jerome Block Jr. is still a viable candidate

Local News Even if Public Regulation Commission candidate Jerome Block Jr. violated state law and has to return $100,000 in public campaign funds, it’s too late to take his name off the ballot as the Democratic Part...

Wednesday, October 1, 2008 Dave Maass

Temple of the Golden Arches

A search for the prize at the bottom of Santa Fe’s McDonald’s

Local News Having developed the ultimate convenience food and the ultimate food service efficiency system, McDonald’s decided the best way to control a fiercely competitive market was to sell a completely artificial...

Wednesday, September 17, 2008 Dave Maass

chopping block

Ben Ray Luján won’t endorse in race to replace him

Local News He’s a young Latino Democratic politician who won a six-way race for his party’s nomination. He shares the same name as his prominent power-broker father, espouses the benefits of renewable energy a...

Wednesday, September 17, 2008 Dave Maass

SFR TALK: Predicting Politics

With Arielle Guttman

Local News Could it be that the celebrity star power of the presidential election is actually a product of the celestial stars? Astrologer Arielle Guttman says so and, as she celebrates her 35th year in the business of st...

Wednesday, September 10, 2008 Dave Maass
 
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