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More areas of Pecos wilderness re-opening

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – As crews get closer to containing the Hermits Peak Calf Canyon fires, more access to the Pecos wilderness is now being made available. The Santa Fe National Forest reopened more than 11,000 acres within the Pecos wilderness. The Carson National Forest is also reopening portions of the Camino Real Ranger District. Officials say […]
PECOS, NM
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Rio en Medio Is Facing a Flash Flood Threat!

The residents of Rio en Medio are facing severe flash floods. "...flash floods run fast and furiously over burn scars scattered around the state, bringing a brand new threat of terror to residents who, in many cases, were already hit hard by the fires that preceded the floods. In Rio en Medio, the worry comes from the burn scar caused by the 2020 Medio Fire north of the village." —Robert Nott.
SANTA FE, NM
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Late Leesville artist honored for achievements

A late Leesville-born artist has been honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award bestowed to her husband to mark the couple’s trailblazing efforts in teaching artists across the U.S., Canada and Europe through their art instruction videos. This summer, Ralph Liliedahl accepted the award from PleinAir Magazine at a ceremony...
LEESVILLE, LA
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SFR Picks—Week of August 10

Artist Hollis Chitto wraps up School for Advanced Research Fellowship with talk, studio tour. Depending on who you ask about beadwork, it can be a painstaking artistry that requires superhuman levels of concentration, it can be a chance to experiment with patterns and color combos or it can fall someplace in between. For artist Hollis Chitto (Mississippi Choctaw, Laguna/ Isleta Pueblo), it’s a chance to get intricate, sure, but also an opportunity to try new things until the piece is just right.
SANTA FE, NM
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Tasman to a T

Musician Andrew Tumason is a California kid—well, by birth, at least. You’ll still hear a West Coast tinge in his voice, even if he’s always on the move. When he’s not frequenting Northern New Mexico, you might stumble upon Tumason in Colorado, or in Iceland; you might find him going back-and-forth over the Tasman Sea. As it turns out, the wanderlust is real, and if you go thousands of miles in any direction, you’ll likely find a friend of his. Some might call it restlessness, but such travels make up the soul within the concept album project Hajiko, which Tumason released in June under his musical moniker, Woven Talon—but which he’ll roll out to the larger public this week in Santa Fe.
SANTA FE, NM
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Heavy Petting: Time for the Big Cool Down

Summer is in full swing, y’all. We’ve had some really hot days lately, and while the monsoons have temporarily cooled things down, we’re still experiencing record-high temperatures—which could be a recipe for disaster for our four-legged friends. Dogs aren’t as adept at regulating themselves during hot...
SANTA FE, NM
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St James arrest reports 8/1 to 8/7

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3-Plus Questions With Comedian Matt Besser

Comedy fans surely know the great Matt Besser—a mainstay in film and television, a co-founder of the Upright Citizens Brigade comedy mecca, a master of improv comedy and one of the weirder, funnier and most talented people working in yuks today. Besser comes to Santa Fe this week to record his Improv4Humans podcast live (7 pm Thursday, Aug. 11. $30-$40. Jean Cocteau Cinema, 418 Montezuma Ave., (505) 466-5528) and to teach a special invite-only class for Santa Fe Stages students. Obviously we had to get in touch with the guy. (Alex De Vore)
SANTA FE, NM
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Pets Of The Week: Butterfly And Maverick

Butterfly is named for the world premiere of ‘M. Butterfly’ at the Santa Fe Opera – she and her siblings just landed fresh from foster to the Española Humane’s Puppy Patch at Ojo Santa Fe. These 2-month-old cattle dog mix pups are a masterpiece of brains and beauty, and they are socialized, spayed or neutered, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, and go home with six months of heartworm prevention. This week, all puppies’ fees are reduced to $25 – apply on the website and Española Humane will schedule an appointment at the resort or come to the shelter to meet their other litters. 505.753.8662. Courtesy/Española.
ESPANOLA, NM
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Eavesdropper

“We were like, ‘It’s a hacker! The whole world’s going down, bro.’ But it was just a dumb truck or whatever.”. —Overheard from a Southside clerk discussing the July 20 internet outage. —Overheard at Spanish Market from a woman wearing earrings so heavy that her earlobes...
SANTA FE, NM
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Faith Not Bombs

Tuesday evening marked the 77th anniversary of the United States’ atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan. Archbishop John C. Wester commemorated the day with a Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, followed by a panel discussion with leaders from the United Church of Santa Fe, Interfaith Worker Justice, the Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe and Cochiti Pueblo.
SANTA FE, NM
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Big Case Crew

Five homicides in two counties over the course of six hours: that’s the type of case that gets the attention of the Complex Crime Unit at the First Judicial District Attorney’s Office. A Santa Fe jury convicted Damian Herrera, 26, of four of those 2017 murders last April...
SANTA FE, NM
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Police Seek Vehicle Connected to Muslim Murders

APD seek vehicle possibly connected to Muslim murders. The Albuquerque Police Department yesterday released photos of a vehicle they say may be connected to the shooting deaths of four Muslim men, and are asking anyone with information to call (505) 843-STOP. The most recent homicide took place Friday night, following a news conference last week in which police said they were examining potential connections between the shooting deaths of three Muslim men over the last nine months, including Española Planning and Land Use Director Muhammad Afzaal Hussain last week. A fourth man, Naeem Hussain, was shot Friday night hours after attending the funerals for Muhammad Afzaal Hussain and Aftab Hussein, who was killed at the end of July. “Now, people are beginning to panic,” Tahir Gauba, the director of public affairs with the Islamic Center of New Mexico, told the Albuquerque Journal following the fourth shooting on Friday night. Police also have created an online portal through which the public can upload videos and photos they believe will help police find the perpetrator(s) of the homicides, and have shifted their schedules to ensure a police presence in the city’s Muslim community, and state police also will have an increased presence.
ALBUQUERQUE, NM

Meow Wolf announces three new permanent installations

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Meow Wolf is set to unveil three new installations this fall. The new rooms at House of Eternal Return in Santa Fe are part of Meow Wolf’s Exhibition Evolution Program in an effort to offer visitors new experiences annually. Meow Wolf says the installations will challenge viewers with mind-bending visions of the […]
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