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Santa Fe School Shooting In Survivors’ Own Words
Santa Fe High School survivors describe the massacre they witnessed in a shooting that killed at least 10. One student says she’s not surprised by the events.
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7 Zen-Inducing Weekend Destinations For Health And Wellness Travelers
By RYOT Studio
Forget apples. We like to think it’s a weekend away that keeps the doctor at bay.
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Restoring U.S. Forests Can Help Solve Our Water Infrastructure Crisis
Former Governor, New Mexico; former U.S. Ambassador to the UN,...
Novel solutions have emerged that could unlock forest restoration investment.
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Body Of Pastor Who Hunted Forrest Fenn's Hidden Treasure Believed Found
Rev. Paris Wallace could be the latest to die in pursuit of the elusive bounty.
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Journalist Arrested During D.C. Protest Faces 75 Years In Prison
"Being near a newsworthy event is no crime for anyone, reporters included."
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The Kids Are Not Alright
Danila Crespin Zidovsky
New Mexican, child advocate, mom, first-generation Mexican Ame...
“That’s a penguin. He likes the cold. He likes the ice,” my almost three-year-old daughter proclaims definitively as she
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Santa Fe’s New Universal Pre-K Plan Shows How Localities Can Lead
In her recent confirmation hearings, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos painted a bleak picture of education policy: less funding
A Latina By Any Other Name
Sandra Ramos O'Briant
So, where did the Ramos in my name come from? When I began writing, I chose a penname borrowed from the slender, bookish
"Duke of Oil"
Humor columnist, The Stamford Advocate
"When you change the oil in my car," I wondered, "do you use extra-virgin olive oil?" "You're a New York driver," I pointed
GPS FOR THE SOUL
The Opposite Of Darkness
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2016 Guide to Coast-to-Coast Gay Pride
Pride All Over: Capital Pride Parade photo by JoeSwickFoto Las Vegas Gay Pride Parade photo by Steve Spatafore/Las Vegas
What Is Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD)?
Advocacy and Communications Coordinator for the North Carolina...
Seattle police officers got a surprise the day a woman approached with cocaine rocks in her hand and asked to be arrested. "I want to be enrolled in the LEAD program," she said, referring to a new initiative aimed at diverting people who are frequently arrested into social services and treatment.
How Running (Literally) Everywhere Helps Me Cope With Epilepsy
Assistant Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Scien...
People who have had a seizure in the recent past are prohibited from driving. And my doctor felt that even biking would be too risky in my case. So, I just ran everywhere, even if that meant running a half marathon to get some paperwork done on the other side of town.
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The Inauguration of the UDV Temple in Santa Fe: A Sweet Taste of Justice
Brazilian anthropologist living in Mexico. Researches psychoac...
The simultaneous translation was done in a booth on the second floor by Renata Cassis Law, a Brazilian living in the US for
The Santa Fe Strategy: How Small Cities Can Act on Climate and Inequality
Writer, Truman National Security Fellow, Policy and Communicat...
On face value, Santa Fe seems like an unusual choice to lead a green energy transition. It's not only small: it's an artists' colony in a coal state with some of the nation's highest per capita carbon emissions.
Holy Dirt and Modern Pilgrims: El Santuario de Chimayó
- Off to the side of the altar is a doorway leading to a small prayer room with a wall of cast off crutches, and an entrance
The Best Cities in North America (PHOTOS)
Travel + Leisure
--By Katrina Brown Hunt But one local from a Midwestern contender urges travelers to see past her hometown's own accent and
Déjà Vu in Oregon. Not exactly.
Director, Smithsonian Latino Center
Imagine, if you will, if a group of armed Latinos or Native Americans had occupied Malheur professing to violently resist eviction? I suspect that Harney County, state, and federal officials would have mobilized swiftly. I invite readers to imagine the scene and outcome.
Five Reasons to Visit Santa Fe Now
Andréa R. Vaucher
Think of Sunrise Springs as a wellness resort that tones the emotional, spiritual and mental, along with the physical. If
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