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Which Santa Fe Restaurant Was Trump Lackey John Eastman Eating At When the FBI Seized His Phone? An Investigation

Trump-allied attorney John Eastman’s ears are probably burning, considering that the House Jan. 6 Select Committee has recently discussed him at length; specifically, they’ve questioned witnesses about an allegation that he came up with a completely bonkers and entirely illegal plan to pressure Mike Pence into overturning the election. (Trump White House lawyer Eric Herschmann testified that he told Eastman his plan was “crazy” and would lead to violent protests, which he said Eastman essentially shrugged off.)
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Four accused of failure to report abuse by school employee

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Former New Mexico school employee Robert Apodaca is accused of molesting multiple students. Now, four other people are accused of failing to report Apodaca’s behavior to police. Robert Apodaca is accused of sexually abusing three boys; ages nine, 12 and 14, between 2019 and 2021. At the time Apodaca was an […]

One found dead in flooded arroyo in Santa Fe

SANTA FE, N.M. — One person was found dead in a flooded arroyo in Santa Fe. Santa Fe Police say officers responded to the Arroyo Chamiso near Kachina Road and Shalako Way on Saturday. Officers found a man dead in the flood water. Police say they are investigating the...

Firework fire danger in New Mexico for 4th of July weekend

Monsoon rain has hammered New Mexico, bringing moisture to our bone-dry forests, but is it enough to eliminate fire danger going into the holiday weekend? KOAT asked Santa Fe Fire Chief Brian Moya and Bernalillo County Fire Marshal Mark McConnell for the answer. "We didn't have rain for almost five...

New “National Treasure” TV series to shoot in Santa Fe

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – The next chapter in a popular, U.S. history-inspired adventure series (made famous by Nicolas Cage) is slated to start filming in Santa Fe soon. With just three days left in the month, the New Mexico Film Office announced Tuesday a new “National Treasure” television series will begin principal photography in and around […]

City approves Albertson’s, food court near Presbyterian Rust

Albertson’s Market Street is the second in the state, the first being in Santa Fe. The Market Street brand features a wide range of natural and organic foods, including its own O-organics line, a concierge event planning service and a specialty floral department. Developed by Roy Solomon, Margarita Hill...

Trump Jan. 6 adviser John Eastman says the FBI seized his phone and he wants it back

Last Wednesday, on the same day federal agents searched the Virginia home of former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark, FBI agents armed with a search warrant took the phone of former law professor John Eastman as he was leaving a restaurant, presumably in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Eastman said in a court filing Monday. Eastman and Clark played integral roles in parallel efforts to keep former President Donald Trump in power after he lost the 2020 election using invalid Electoral College ballots.

Residents submit ideas for Santa Fe obelisk replacement

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – The deadline has passed for Santa Fe residents to weigh in on what they believe should replace the obelisk in the plaza. Currently, a beige box sits where the obelisk once was. The tribute to the civil war union soldiers who fought Native Americans was toppled by protesters in October of 2020. […]
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Jemez Springs businesses stay afloat in the face of fires, flash floods

JEMEZ SPRINGS (KRQE) – Businesses in the village of Jemez Springs nestled near the Santa Fe National Forest have a simple formula for survival in an average year: “Locals are our most important thing. But right below that is the tourism and we survive off of all the great people that come and visit and spend their money here. This is how we make it through our winters,” says Rachael Montaño, general manager of Los Ojos Restaurant and Saloon.

Leadership Los Alamos Meet & Greet July 14 At The Tub

Scene from Leadership Los Alamos Class of 2022 Orientation at Bandelier. Photo by Kateri Morris. Interested in learning more about Leadership Los Alamos (LLA)? Join us for a “meet and greet” 5-7 p.m., Thursday, July 14 at Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op (The Tub). The Board of Directors and a few LLA graduates will share about the leadership program, along with their personal experiences, how to apply, and answer any questions you may have.

Kiwanis: YMCA Sports Director Discusses Future Plans

YMCA’s Sports, Youth, and Family Director Veronika Magnelind shares her strong hopes and plans for the future at a Kiwanis meeting June 21 at TOTH. Courtesy/Kiwanis. The Family YMCA Sports, Youth, and Family Director Veronika Magnelind has strong hopes and plans for the future, which she shared with Kiwanians in a talk at their June 21 Meeting at Trinity on the Hill (TOTH).

Pets Of The Week: ‘Composer’ Bizet, Debonair Scoobert

Bizet is named for the French composer of the most beloved opera of all time: Carmen. The Santa Fe Opera launches its 2022 opera season this week, and in celebration of the season, Española Humane will be naming pets for the composers, characters and librettists of each opera. As the Santa Fe Opera inspires passion for a living art form, Española Humane is passionate about saving lives. Their little orange frizz here has the brilliant fur of an electric master of his craft; in addition to composing music on the piano, he also sings and shows a promising percussive instinct for purring. Bizet has been in a loving foster home, and he’s now neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, and ready to find his forever family. Visit.
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SFR Picks—Week of June 29

Finding wellness through DJ culture has never been easier. It’s a big weekend for DJs in Santa Fe thanks to 13pieces and Joolz—AKA real life married couple Justin Ray and Julie Grace. Together, they’re the driving force behind Sol Sunday: Get Free 2022, a party at which the Railyard Plaza hosts a multitude of DJ sets throughout the afternoon with the intention of promoting a new kind of mindfulness. It’s like self-care, but with sick beats.

2022 Zozobra Art Exhibit At ZozoFest Call For Artists

SANTA FE — Before we know it, Zozobra will make his dramatic return to New Mexico so it’s time to break out those markers and paintbrushes! Santa Fe’s biggest egotist wants you to make him even more infamous!. As the date draws ever-closer to Zozobra’s annual date...
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3 Questions with Globe Fine Art Gallery Owner Steve Cie

In anticipation of local gallery Globe Fine Art opening its new abstract exhibition Saturation Point (5 pm Friday, July 1. 727 Canyon Road, (505) 983-3888), we spoke with gallery owner and director, Steve Cie to learn a little more about our reactions to art—both manmade and natural. The upcoming collection centers itself around deep, immersive colors and features works from some of Santa Fe’s favorite artists, such as Karen Haynes and Carolyn Cole. Think of it as an opportunity to explore themes of “the juxtaposition of fragility, impermanence and enduring strength,” according to Cie. Read on to discover more about the artwork’s impeccable expression of summer in Santa Fe, the importance of straying from the analytical once in awhile, Cie’s definition of beauty and even his personal favorite piece from the collection.
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Acclaimed Filmmaker’s Documentary Tribute To New Orleans Jazz Funerals, ‘City Of A Million Dreams’ To Receive Special Event Screenings In Santa Fe & Albuquerque

Director and filmmaker Jason Berry’s ‘City of a Million Dreams’ has received two special event screenings in New Mexico. Courtesy/RBL Films. After a critically acclaimed film festival run and impressive critical notices from publications like Film Threat and The Daily Beast, area filmmaker Jason Berry’s celebratory love letter to the history of New Orleans, CITY OF A MILLION DREAMS, receives 2 special event screenings in New Mexico.
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Ripped-Off Rides

Sandra Brice left her home on the eastside of Santa Fe to walk her dog and, passing the carport, she noticed something amiss: Her car was gone. With no broken glass or any sign of a break-in, “It’s like it was taken by aliens,” Brice tells SFR.