Long-time New Mexico state senator Dede Feldman talks about grassroots economic development, from health care to housing to education, and the creative innovators who are moving our state forward.
New Mexico secretary of state Maggie Toulouse-Oliver talks about what it takes to run fair and accurate elections and to register all eligible voters…and we talk about her office’s responsibilities to oversee ethics among state officials.
This federal agency kills over three million animals every year, many of them native species. Why are they killing, and how are they doing it? We talk to Wild Earth Guardians which investigates the agency, and we also discuss wildlife trapping in NM.
To what extent are motorists aware of the bicyclists with whom they share the road? Matt Kreitman of Bike Santa Fe talks about how to stay safe on the road, and bike education.
Viki Harrison of Common Cause New Mexico on about the infrastructure that makes our democracy work, what happens when it fails, how New Mexico is doing, and how we could improve for the benefit of all citizens.
Find out here, as Santa Fe New Mexican journalists Milan Simonich and Andrew Oxford talk about the last legislative session — everything from the spaceport to budgets to public safety to license plates.
We talk with mayor-elect Alan Webber about his campaign, his hopes for the city, and his ideas for everything from affordable housing to the film industry to citizen engagement.
Hear mayoral candidates Kate Noble, Ron Trujillo, Joe Maestas, Peter Ives, and Alan Webber talk about the arts, the creative economy, and their ideas for improving cultural and economic life in Santa Fe.
The Santa Fe Film Festival teams up with New Mexico Film Week for five days of films, discussions, events, and parties. We talk today to film programmer Aaron Leventman, writer/director and actor Catherine Eaton, and activist Wade Rathke about film making, psychiatric facilities, and organizing for social justice.
How to break the cycle of trauma, lack of resources, drug use, crime, arrest, prison, release, more drug use, and more arrests? LEAD offers an alternative that focuses on intensive treatment, harm reduction, and practical services.