- Travelogue: Semana Santa in Andalucia
- Bernice Pearl: A Neighborhood Gem
- Issa’s Quest: Radio Taboo
- Breakthrough Santa Fe!
- Over Gov’s Objection, Higher Ed Center Goes Forward
- A Conversation about the Santa Fe Railyard
- Barbara Meikle: Painting and Rescuing Donkeys
- Liberian Lights: Rich Fahey’s Story
- The Dog Show — collecting stories
- What Do We Know About Pit Bulls?
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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Photography lovers will know of the world famous Santa Fe Workshops. For the first time this year, due to loosening of travel restrictions, the Workshops took several groups to Cuba. Santa Fe denizan and photographer extraordinaire, Susan Boe, talks about … Continue reading
Remember crowdsourcing? One of the new ideas for funding local arts projects? This week we have an interview with Eric Maddox about his Virtual Dinner Guest Project, a finalist in last month’s Site Santa Fe arts funding dinner, SPREAD. And … Continue reading
“Edifice Complex: a keen desire of a public or educational administrator to construct a building or buildings.” I’m still talking about the proposed Supercomplex. See Part I of this piece here. Today I interview Moises Gonzales, assistant professor of Community … Continue reading