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Best Thing We Forgot

Best of Santa Fe 2012

Best of Santa Fe 2012 Best Burger - Best Place to Meet Girls - Best Locksmith - Bacon - Best Local Promoter - Best Bakery - Best Bass Player - Best BBQ - Best Builder - Best Casino - Best Chocolate - Best Reason Not to Leave Town

Wednesday, July 25, 2012 SFR

Best of Santa Fe 2012

SFR Reader's Picks of the Best Bands, Restaurants, Bars, Shops & Services

Best of Santa Fe 2012 This year's Best of Santa Fe issue features some new successes and longtime favorites--and SFR contributor Chicken Joe (yes, it's a pseudonym) has a companion piece on the quirks that make Santa Fe the City ...

Wednesday, July 25, 2012 SFR

Behind Closed Doors

PART I: How the City Council is Allowed to Meet in Secret—and Why It Does & PART II: The Higher the Stakes, the Greater the Secrecy

Features “A representative government is dependent upon an informed electorate.” Thus begins New Mexico’s Open Meetings Act, which makes transparency a central responsibility of public officials. In Santa Fe, t...

Wednesday, June 20, 2012 SFR

Lovin’ Summer

2012 Summer Guide

Summer Guide Recently—although it now seems impossibly remote—I was lounging on the back of a boat in the Pacific. A friend from New Mexico, now a boat captain in Hawaii, leaned over and said in a low, rapt voice, “I ...

Wednesday, June 13, 2012 SFR

50 Ways to Love Your Summer

Do these 50 things, and we guarantee you’ll have the best summer Santa Fe has to offer

Summer Guide Even we summer-lovers have had that moment of heat-induced ennui, in which we run out of things to do and contemplate just sitting inside, watching the full 16-hour Lord of the Rings trilogy (with extra footage...

Wednesday, June 13, 2012 SFR

Primary School

Need to learn about a candidate or two? Check out SFR’s comprehensive guide to the June 5 primary election

Features In a scathing dissent from the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission decision, former US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens wrote that, by equating corporations’ campaign spending to individuals...

Wednesday, May 30, 2012 SFR

Summer Arts Preview

The art of it all

Summer Arts Preview In Santa Fe, summer has a sort of springlike effect on the arts scene. As soon as May loses its last vestige of winter, every corner of the city suddenly bursts with art. The galleries and museums blossom with ...

Wednesday, May 23, 2012 SFR

Is Santa Fe Mesh-able?

According to the Mesh, the future of business is sharing - but do we have the goods?

Features Lisa Gansky describes herself, somewhat improbably, as “a monkey with one trick”: starting companies. Gansky has made a career of spotting potential trends, then molding those ideas into wildly successful ...

Wednesday, May 16, 2012 SFR
Tuesday, May 15, 2012 SFR

Extremely Well-Read and Incredibly Amused

SFR's incomplete and totally biased guide to summer reading

Features The book chooses the reader. I believe this; however, I also believe that the reader has an obligation to make himself available to the book. Listen: Years ago, I stopped taking advice on reading material. F...

Wednesday, May 2, 2012 SFR
 
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