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The Ms. Show: Who is Mrs. Nancy Udell?

“Do you know the women’s movement has no sense of humor?”  “No, but hum a few bars and I’ll see if I can sing along…”  When I got a wedding invitation addressed to Mrs. Nancy Udell, I started thinking, does … Continue reading

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Bill Georgenes: A Serendipitous Life in Art

Santa Fe Artist Bill Georgenes talks about his life and work.  An orphan from age 12, Bill worked his way through the Massachusetts School of Art and the Yale School of Art.  His life intersects with some of the great … Continue reading

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ATC Charter (Part I): Leaving Home

Today’s story is about ATC, the Academy of Technology and the Classics charter school which this week decided to leave the the building that many thought would be its dream home.  The building ATC is leaving was built with about … Continue reading

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The Wurzburger Ethics Case — what’s it all about?

This week I try to make some sense out of the proceedings of the Santa Fe Ethics and Campaign Review Board (or the ECRB). Listen to this week’s show by clicking on the grey player arrow below (41 min) On … Continue reading

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Think New Mexico’s PRC Report

In our inaugural podcast, Fred Nathan, Founder and Executive Director of Think New Mexico talks about his timely — and some might say prescient — report on reforming the PRC. Listen to the podcast by clicking on the grey player … Continue reading

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