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Hold Your Breath

Forget Los Alamos—your biggest radiation risk could be right under your doorstep

Local News On the 67th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, anti-nuclear organizations and concerned citizens staged a large protest of nuclear development in Los Alamos.

Wednesday, August 15, 2012 R Harrison Dilday

Riding Solar

These wings won’t melt

Local News As I stand in the small parking lot behind Positive Energy’s solar electric systems on a recent Friday morning, I begin to feel guilty about laughing as hard as I am.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012 R Harrison Dilday

Plaza Palooza

When dining from Plaza food carts, nix the utensils

Food Writing Summer is arguably the most enjoyable season in Santa Fe. The lack of snow keeps the roads less treacherous; the lack of wind keeps in the dreaded pollen from invading everyone’s sinuses...

Wednesday, June 27, 2012 R Harrison Dilday

Questionable Apparel

Or: how I learned to stop worrying and take my girlfriend’s advice on clothing

Local News A year ago, I didn’t own a single suit. My clothing options for job interviews were limited to a single pair of denim jeans, plain-colored running shoes and three wrinkled button-up shirts. Quickly! I thought...

Wednesday, June 20, 2012 R Harrison Dilday, Tescia Schell

Climb On

Everything Hollywood taught you about rock climbing is wrong

Summer Guide As anyone who has spent a week outside Santa Fe knows, trends have a hard time finding traction in this city. That’s good for plagues like chain restaurants and big-box stores, bad for 24-hour gyms and specia...

Wednesday, June 13, 2012 R Harrison Dilday


Your summer is about to get a lot more exciting

Summer Guide This past winter, my uncle sent me a text message asking if any ziplines are located near Santa Fe. He and his family want to ride one when they visit this summer. My first thought: I didn’t know he was visit...

Wednesday, June 13, 2012 R Harrison Dilday

Marker Trail

Three markers you (probably) didn’t know were in Santa Fe

Local News I’ve officially lived in Santa Fe for nearly a year now (I’ve been here longer, but I waited nearly two months to get a driver’s license) and I thought I’d done a pretty fair job of sightseeing—Lorett...

Wednesday, May 2, 2012 R Harrison Dilday

Simon Says

Simon Brackley has a plan for helping Santa Fe step up its game

Local Economy The plan: Brackley offers two ideas on how to pump life back into Santa Fe’s stagnant economy: simplifying the land use code and investing more money in marketing.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 R Harrison Dilday

The New Algae Economy

Santa Fe Community College trains its students for a renewable energy future

Local Economy The plan: Teach Santa Fe students about the growing industry of biofuels.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 R Harrison Dilday

A Decade of War

Fighting continues in the Middle East while different battles rage at home

Features A mere three months after the US invaded Afghanistan in retaliation for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the Taliban was overthrown and a US-supported administration was installed in Kabul. Yet 10 years later, U...

Wednesday, December 21, 2011 R Harrison Dilday
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