By many accounts, even before last week’s
vote to decriminalize marijuana in Santa Fe, possessing a small amount
of pot in the city wasn’t a very risky venture.
Prior to his Monday appearance at the Lensic, the Parks and Recreation funnyman took time to chat with SFR, and from cousin murderers to green chile, no subject was off-limits.
State Republicans are angling to take over
New Mexico’s House of Representatives, and if they do, it will be the
first time since 1953.
A torrent of refugees continues to cross the international border into New Mexico and other Southwestern states.
Wednesday nights at the Railyard are interesting. The average age in the room is probably about 28, shockingly low compared to Santa Fe’s norm.
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From bawdy entertainment to cheap transportation to the aspirations of
hard working, middle-class people, few streets reflect the energetic,
raw-boned face of Santa Fe as vividly as Cerrillos Road.
We give health care workers (and people in general) the most basic information about sex, and that’s it.
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