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<![CDATA[Minor Party Blues - Jon Barrie wants to represent you. Now, if only he could get his name on the ballot…]]>
By: Justin Horwath
Jon Ross Barrie looks the part of a patriot. In images on his campaign website, Barrie sports an American flag tie and, for good measure, an American flag lapel pin. From the website, a simple WordPress template, Barrie broadcasts his campaign platform for the US Senate. In a YouTube video, the bespectacled Vietnam veteran says he’s a “citizen activist” who is “kind of like the founding fathers.”]]>
<![CDATA[“Purple People Eaters” - A young coffee entrepreneur tries to make it happen in the City Different]]>
By: Joey Peters
Standing behind a coffee-decorated cart situated in Concrete Jungle’s front patio, a scarf-clad Phil Santos prepares espresso, condensed milk and soda for a concoction he invented, called “Hola Cola.”]]>
<![CDATA[Hot off the Press Release - New columnist gives his view on local arts industry developments]]>
By: Scott Shuker
I shall take the virtual pile of press releases, schmooze-generated rumors and assertive investigation of those in the know and run them through the journalistic distillery, publishing a monthly update to make Reader’s Digest or People magazine aficionados nod in mild approval.]]>
<![CDATA[Political Minefield? - Critics say NM Environment Dept. fast-tracked mine permit]]>
By: Wren Abbott
In what some are calling a politically motivated decision, the New Mexico Environment Department green-lighted a uranium mine’s permit despite unanswered questions about environmental contamination.]]>
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By: Wren Abbott
The New Mexico Environmental Law Center and two nonprofit environmental groups are trying to get Rio Grande Resources Corp. to clean up uranium waste at the Mt. Taylor mine near Grants.]]>
<![CDATA[A Sharp - Livin' La Vida Local]]>
By: Alex De Vore
Santa Fe musicians are releasing new albums all the time, even as the CD goes the way of the dodo. Rather than continue to let the discs pile up on the floors and in the cabinets of the SFR office, I figured it was time to listen to a few.]]>
<![CDATA[Unchartered Waters - Can a new principal solve one charter school's woes?]]>
By: Wren Abbott
The Academy of Technology and the Classics is an academically distinguished school recently beset with problems. Its new principal, Susan Lumley, is an award-winning school administrator facing down lingering questions about her track record. Will these two be a perfect match or a total disaster?]]>
<![CDATA[Hard Sell - Indicators: June 29]]>
By: Wren Abbott
SFPS' architect for Agua Fria school construction missed the budget bus. Reputable contractors say there's not enough money to do the job.

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<![CDATA[SFR Talk: Fashion Plate - With David Rohr]]>
By: Alexa Schirtzinger
From his office atop Museum Hill, David Rohr, the creative director for the Museum Resources Division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, spends his days designing everything from magazine articles to websites.]]>
<![CDATA[Engine That Could - Indicators: May 25]]>
By: Wren Abbott
Riding public transportation is habit-forming; at least, that’s what its advocates hope. There’s the opportunity to multitask and reduce stress, not to mention the potential for napping, American Public Transportation Association spokesman Mantill Williams says.]]>