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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
Nicholas Herrera is a contemporary artist whose art builds on and expands the traditional art of the Northern New Mexico Santero. He is known as the Santero, the saint maker, of El Rito. I visited with him at his home … 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