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Santa Fe, confused though it may be, is home

The gods must have been twiddling their thumbs when they allowed me to emerge into a circumstance that should have killed me, as it has so many of my homeboys. At least those bored gods in the universe armed me… Continue Reading →

Santa Fe is becoming more and more unhealthy as it struggles to figure out who it really is

The very place in which I live and work and breathe is, like many places, a town with wide extremes between its inhabitants.  But even in all it shares with other places, Santa Fe is one of those joints that… Continue Reading →

Cool pics along the Santa Fe River

Santa Fe, NM, is headed for a flat-line

I’ve built my life believing that this is a fair and just world. I’ve heard it said, literally thousands of times, that life isn’t fair; but I’ve never wanted to believe that statement. Today, my foundation has been cracked and… Continue Reading →

The City of Santa Fe can't be that stupid, can it?

Almost nothing in this life irritates me more than when information technology (IT) personnel misuse their power. See, IT has its own language that scares non-IT people. I’ve always likened it to the old world when priests were necessary mediators… Continue Reading →

The Vietnam Memorial really is the Wall that Heals.

Winter and spring have been fighting for control of the weather in Northern New Mexico for the last three (3) weeks.  Strong, cold winds counterpunch a jabbing warm sun.  Clouds blanket blue skies with thick dense clouds that darken spring’s… Continue Reading →

Who cares if Santa Fe, NM is "green?"

Santa Fe’s City Council actually did something right: They removed a ten (10) tax for using a grocery store’s paper bag.  They removed this tax as part of a bigger ordinance to remove plastic bags from our streets.  We all… Continue Reading →

Santa Fe, NM will not die on my watch

It you google Santa Fe, you’d learn about how it’s the oldest Capital in the U.S. and about it’s primarily tricultural population.  If you’re reading a tourist site, you’d even see that Santa Fe is the third largest art market… Continue Reading →

We can and SHOULD give our students a reason to stay in school

I read an article in my hometown newspaper that said something about the mayoral candidates caring about education, even though they don’t have direct authority over the school district.  The person who wrote the article made the comment as though… Continue Reading →

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