Features A no man’s land exists in the small community of El Rancho, a checkerboard of private property that sits inside the eastern edge of San Ildefonso Pueblo but has long been a part of Santa Fe County. ... More
Local News The local service industry community was left reeling Thursday at the loss of El Paseo owner, Matt Chavez, who was found dead in his home by longtime friend and employee Sara Chapman. ... More
Food Writing I have a love/hate relationship with school cafeterias and cafeterias in general. From an early age, I found the dining routine (grab a tray, get in line, point at what you want, hope it’s good) nerve-racking. ... More
Local News The University of New Mexico in Albuquerque is looking for more than two dozen diabetic patients to participate in a five-year study whose objective is to determine what pharmaceutical drug works best at lowering their high blood sugar. ... More
Picks Metal, right? The whole genre has become kind of insane with minuscule sub-genre divisions, bands that sound exactly like other bands, a logo situation that is absolutely out of control and the ongoing difficulty of explaining what the hell is what. ... More
Local News Boy, does Santa Fe County have a deal for someone. It aims to sell 55 acres of farmland that it owns in Socorro County for $357,000, hoping to get double the money it spent on a venture that dates back more than two decades. ... More
Obviously, this space is usually reserved for music, but this week I’m going to do something different that should make things easier for all of us as we move forward. I’m talkin’ ’bout the SFR culture calendar, nerds.
I’ve complained a lot in private conversations, as far back as I can remember, about the political climate in Santa Fe, and how it seems to favor a minority of wealthy, retired, white transplants that hide in the hills above downtown.