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The Festivals

Your agenda for hitting each of Santa Fe’s big summer festival events

Summer Arts Preview Indian Market Traditional Spanish Market Contemporary Hispanic Market International Folk Art Market Art Santa Fe Will Shuster’s Zozobra /Fiesta de Santa Fé The Reporter Festival Santa Fe Bandstand

Wednesday, May 23, 2012 Ramon A Lovato, Sara Malinowski

Big Picture

Crime Is Other People

Local News As I once had to explain to a semi-hysterical caller to SFR, we regularly report on political corruption, burglary, homicide, rape and more. Just because we run a story about something doesn’t mean we condone...

Wednesday, March 21, 2012 Ramon A Lovato

Educated Workmanship

Carmichael Dominguez envisions improving education

Local Economy The plan: Dominguez’ plan for boosting the economy is based on diversification, promoting and encouraging other enterprises that generate gross receipts taxes from sources that don’t depend on tourism.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 Ramon A Lovato

Technical Details

How the city disencourages tech start-ups

Local Economy The plan: The problem, Jacobs says, is multifaceted. To make Santa Fe more accessible to tech start-ups, affordable workspaces—such as the Lena Street Lofts—need to be created or professionals need alternat...

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 Ramon A Lovato

Youthful Thinking

Santa Fe youths need more than jobs

Opinion In 2008, the US elected its first black president. In 2009, as a late-blooming college student, I spent a semester in Chicago and saw firsthand the affective powers of hope. Now, the Barack Obama honeymoon has ...

Wednesday, February 22, 2012 Ramon A Lovato

Big Picture

María Martínez and Fernando Casados on El Museo’s new future

Local News This week, SFR sat down with El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe Executive Director María Martínez and Board Chairman Fernando Casados.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012 Ramon A Lovato

Flowers & Chocolates

Get your sweetheart something sweet

Love & Sex In the Victorian era, flowers, and indeed much of life, symbolized something. With the right dictionary, one could read the flowers and colors of a bouquet like a book. OK, it’s a nice thought, but since ever...

Wednesday, February 8, 2012 Ramon A Lovato

First Person

Somewhere in America

Opinion Mama Nena is in the kitchen, reheating a pot of fried beans from several days before. Papa Mon sits in the living room, his frail, ancient body occupying barely any space on the wide couch. He is asking me ab...

Wednesday, January 11, 2012 Ramon A Lovato

Political Re-Enfranchisement

America loves Occupy—and loves to hate it

Features Journalists sometimes find it difficult to talk about Occupy. And yet Occupy, for many of us, demands our attention. On Sept. 17, a swarm of protesters descended on New York City’s Zuccotti Park. There they s...

Wednesday, December 21, 2011 Ramon A Lovato

The Big Picture

SFR's Weekly Matrix

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Tuesday, December 20, 2011 Ramon A Lovato
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