Today's News

  • Not quite a drive-thru
  • Off the Hill calendar 05-03-12

    Art openings


  • Books best sellers

    1. “An Ocean Between,” Stephanie Sydoriak*

    2. “Daily Dosage from Him to Her,” 

    Voss Bravado

    3. “Remarkable,” Elizabeth Foley

  • Top 10 songs

    1. Somebody That I Used to Know, Gotye


    2. We Are Young, fun.


    3. Payphone, Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa

  • Santa Fe students to perform ‘Sweet Sounds of Motown’

    National Dance Institute New Mexico celebrates the accomplishments of its students in its annual extravaganza at the end of the school year. 

    Performers include more than 1,000 Santa Fe Public School students; firefighters and police officers; a live professional band featuring local soul sister Hillary Smith; and Gov. Susana Martinez. 

  • Council approves B and C recommendations

    In August, Councilor Mike Wismer requested a study on how to improve communication and linkages between council and boards and commissions (B and C). Libby Carlsten, staff liaison to B and C, returned to council with recommendations Tuesday night.
    “I’m very glad that Councilor Wismer asked us to do this, because it’s been a number of years, and I think we periodically need to check in and see what sort of adjustments they think need to be made,” Carlsten said. “So I’m hoping the recommendations made tonight will make it a little bit easier and more rewarding to serve on our boards and commissions.”

  • Restaurant inspections 5-3-12

    The following restaurant inspection reports were provided by the New Mexico Environment Department. 


    Los Alamos

  • Cinco de Mayo celebration

    The Los Alamos Community Winds will present “Cinco de Mayo — Celebrating a Century of the Music and Dance of Mexico and New Mexico,” at 7 p.m. Saturday at Crossroads Bible Church. Los Niños de Santa Fe will perform traditional Mexican dances, directed and choreographed by Antonina Valdez Romp, on three pieces (Danzón no. 2 by Arturo Marquez, Huapango by José Pablo Moncayo, and La Bamba de Vera Cruz by Terig Tucci). 


  • Chorale bids farewell to duo

    After eight music-making seasons, the Sangre de Cristo Chorale is saying farewell to its conductor, Dr. Doyle Preheim, as well as its piano accompanist, Mary Jo Preheim. Their final performance with the Chorale will be Johannes Brahms A German Requiem, the basis of a transformative experience in Doyle’s musical life. 

  • Trash management key to managing bears

    Bear season begins soon at a trash can or dumpster near you.

    To make this a safe spring and summer for bears and humans, the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is encouraging the public to manage their trash properly.

    “Everyone needs to keep their trash in an enclosed container stored in a secure building,” said Rick Winslow, large carnivore biologist for the department. “Only put your trash out on the morning it will be collected and hauled away.”