Aug. 30, 2016

Back to School Reading List for Adults

Features The unmistakable nip of fall is settling into Santa Fe mornings, the chamisa are starting to hint at turning their autumn gold and the big yellow school buses are rolling down city streets.
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Aug. 24, 2016 by SFR

CannaBusted

Santa Fe passed decrim two years ago, but people are still going to jail for small amounts of marijuana

Features “It is the duty of the police department to make possession of one ounce or less of marijuana the lowest law enforcement priority,” reads the ordinance widely considered Santa Fe’s pot decriminalization order. Under the rule, people caught carr ... More

Aug. 17, 2016 by Steven Hsieh

¡Fuera Trump!

Features At Mexico City’s historic central square, or zócalo, Jose Adan Garcia Canales was busy balancing a small pipe organ on a wooden peg. He turned its crank, and the instrument let out a shrill tune reminiscent of circus music.
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Aug. 10, 2016 by Bert Johnson

High Bar

New Mexico’s judiciary gets good marks for integrity and independence, but reformers say more is needed to get money and politics out of the state’s highest courts

Features New Mexico flunked yet another national report card in 2015, this one on the risk of government corruption. But one shiny, bright little good thing stood out in the rating by the Center for Public Integrity: our judicial branch.
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Aug. 03, 2016 by Gwyneth Doland

SFR's Best in Show

2016 Best of Santa Fe

Features Our team of writers fill in the gaps. You’ll probably never see any of these categories on our “real” ballot. ... More

July 27, 2016 by SFR

Best of Santa Fe 2016: Reader’s Choice

You vote. We listen.

Features It's time to see how the votes panned out and who has won the hearts and acclaim of SFR readers! ... More

July 27, 2016 by SFR

Groundswell

Environmentalists seek out new rocks to sling at oil and gas giants while pushing for more public land protection and local control

Features Environmentalists seek out new rocks to sling at oil and gas industry giants. ... More

July 20, 2016 by Elizabeth Miller

Network Disruption

You’re a mental health patient who has spent years with the same provider. What happens when they shutter?

Features Three summers ago, a Santa Fe mother read in a newspaper that New Mexico would immediately stop vital federal payments to 15 mental health providers, including an organization that cared for Athan, her autistic son.
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July 06, 2016 by Steven Hsieh

Excelsior!

Comics in New Mexico are a bigger deal than you might think

Features The same imaginative quality applies to the written word, regardless of genre, so why do we view comic books in a different light than we would visual-free literature? ... More

July 13, 2016 by Alex De Vore
 

Morning Word: Governor Opposes Tax Increases

Morning Word Gov. Susana Martinez prefers deep spending cuts. ... More

Aug. 23, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr

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