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For the season of lights, we are broadcasting our story on Rich Fahey. Rich Fahey and his wife Suzanne were Peace Corps Volunteers in Libera in the late 60s. More than 40 years later, Rich is back, bringing solar lights … Continue reading
Photographer Gay Block talks about her life and work. Radius books in Santa Fe recently published Gay’s monograph, About Love: Photographs and Films 1973-2011. From early portraits of her mother and her parents friends in Houston, to the Miami Beach … Continue reading
Rich Fahey and his wife Suzanne were Peace Corps Volunteers in Libera in the late 60s. More than 40 years later, Rich is back, bringing solar lights and a market for them to Liberia. His company LEN grew out of a … Continue reading
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Q: Burns Night celebrates a) haggis b) the life and work of the Scottish poet Robert Burns, or c) whiskey? Today on the podcast we go to a Burns Night celebration and learn the answer is — all three … … Continue reading
Ever tried to order a scotch on the rocks in one of Santa Fe’s restaurants and been told, “Sorry, we can only serve wine and beer.”? Ever wonder why? Today we look at New Mexico’s archaic, accidental alcohol control law, … Continue reading
Albuquerque Journal reporter Mike Gallagher talks about his ongoing investigative reporting for the Journal on the state investment pay-to-play scandal that has now spawned at least five civil suits and two federal investigations. Tapes secretly recorded in 2006 were filed … Continue reading
Bryan T. Byrnes, President of the Santa Fe Community Foundation, talks about the Foundation’s goals, the difference between charity and philanthropy, their new home and more. And a New Mexico Minute on the City Council’s decision this week to suspend … Continue reading
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