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- Travelogue: Semana Santa in Andalucia
- Bernice Pearl: A Neighborhood Gem
- Issa’s Quest: Radio Taboo
- Breakthrough Santa Fe!
- Over Gov’s Objection, Higher Ed Center Goes Forward
- A Conversation about the Santa Fe Railyard
- Barbara Meikle: Painting and Rescuing Donkeys
- Liberian Lights: Rich Fahey’s Story
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A very short review of Warm Bodies, some thoughts on the school bonds and Glenn Wikles’s vote, and all about Breakthrough Santa Fe. Hear Talia Winokur, the Director of Breakthrough Santa Fe and some Santa Fe Breakthrough students talk about … Continue reading
Dr. Joel Boyd has been the Superintendent of Santa Fe Public Schools for about 100 days. During those 100 days, he visited every school and brought in a team of nationally recognized experts — some of whom did the work … Continue reading
We thought we finished our series on the ATC Charter Story. But… ATC, it turns out, cannot move into the Kuane building after all. Why? The City of Santa Fe amended its land use ordinance to require a permit from … Continue reading
In today’s show, we finish the ATC series — just as the Board of Education voted this week to allow ATC to move to Kaune (though some neighbors and the bondholders are still threatening legal action to prevent the move). … Continue reading