While litigation has continued for years over a temple planned southeast of Santa Fe by a church group that uses a hallucinogenic tea from the Amazon as a sacrament, there’s been an explosion of international interest in the brew, usually known as hoasca or ayahuasca.
What Others Are Saying
Fans of the “Manhattan” television series have something else to check out while waiting for the show’s second season (filmed in and around Santa Fe, and set to hit cable TV in April).
A compendium of what publications, websites, bloggers and just plain outsiders are saying about Santa Fe and northern New Mexico
Usually, when journalists write about a politician (or the Santa Fe County public works director) going to Las Vegas, Nev., it’s not good news.
When Santa Fe’s Ortega Family Enterprises won the contract to run the food and boat concession at Stow Lake in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park in 2010, an uproar ensued.
Hedge fund billionaire Louis Bacon’s purchase of Taos Ski Valley earlier this year gets some attention from Forbes magazine in its Nov. 3 issue.
The weather was wacky. The local historical society is a bit crazy (but probably in a good way).
The big newspapers around the country apparently haven’t weighed in yet with reviews of this year’s Santa Fe Opera productions.
How does the ballpark at Fort Marcy, home of the mighty Santa Fe Fuego of the Pecos League, stack up?
Just in the interest of accuracy, Santa Fe and northern New Mexico should issue news alerts on a regular basis that broadcast this basic fact – not every rectangular, flat-roofed building with brown or tan stucco is “adobe.”
The website Cakespy.com has a curious and entertaining posting about Santa Fe up this week.
Novelist Sandra Ramos O’Briant, in an article posted on the Huffington Post’s Latino Voices section, weighs in on growing up in Santa Fe “50/50″ – Anglo and Hispanic.