Features Get ready for the rainbows, the glitter and the gyrating. Santa Fe Pride’s 2016 celebrations this weekend are taking a few cues from bigger celebrations, with a five-part lineup on the Bandstand. ... More
Features This was in 1970, and by 1973, Cooper was living in Santa Fe full time. It was, he says, an exciting time, not just for the LGBTQ+ crowd (before those letters were event a thing), but also for artists who worked in all conceivable mediums. ... More
Local News Nationwide, 12.4 million people live within half a mile of an oil or gas well, and within that radius, they are at risk for increased incidence of cancer and life-threatening respiratory ailments. ... More
Just 12 days from the planned celebration of Santa Fe Pride at the same spot, hundreds gathered on the Plaza to mourn the victims of the Orlando mass shootings and to band together in solidarity for the LGBT community.
Sam Taub wants to bring New York-style Jewish baked goods to Santa Fe with his company, Flour & Water. Eliza Lutz already has four artists signed to her recording label, Matron Records.
Local News If you watched election returns in Santa Fe County Tuesday evening, you probably stayed up pretty late. It took more than an hour after polls closed for the public to see partial results, and for many races, final results didn’t come in until after 11 pm. ... More
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For 151 years, Santa Fe has only had one full-service hospital. With a June 2 development plan approval from the city, Presbyterian Healthcare Services is on track to build a second.