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KSFR’s Fashion & Art Commentator Natasha Nargis speaks with KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge about some of the happenings in the Baca Street Arts District, which has been dubbed the “SoHo of Santa Fe.”

KSFR’s Art Beat Reporter John Shannon speaks with local documentary film makers Barbara Bentree and John Rangel about their new film featuring prolific composer Dave Grusin, who will be playing at the Lensic when the film debuts this weekend.

KSFR’s Wake-Up Call for July 19, 2018

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On today’s Wake-Up Call, Host Tom Trowbridge checks-in with KSFR fashion and art commentator Natasha Nargins about the upcoming Baca Street Bash and other happenings in the Baca Street Arts District; We’ll also have the Marketplace Morning Report, and John Shannon’s conversation with local documentary film makers Barbara Bentree and John Rangel about their new film featuring prolific composer Dave Grusin, who will be playing at the Lensic when the film debuts this weekend.

S.F. Film Office

The Santa Fe Film Office notes that the Emmy nominations were announced last week and Santa Fe took in a haul with 38 nominations for Santa Fe-shot and Santa Fe-related productions. The Film Office’s Executive Director is Eric Witt, who speaks with KSFR Wake-Up Call host Tom Trowbridge about the honors and the work of the film office, which is now two years old.

On today’s KSFR Wake-Up Call: host Tom Trowbridge speaks with Santa Fe Film Office Executive Director Eric Witt. The Film Office has much to tout in its two years of operations. Also today, two Senate panels in Washington D.C. hear about issues regarding voting on Native American lands; and New Mexico’s prisons are running out of space for the growing number of inmates. All this, the Marketplace morning report and a local news update on today’s Wake-Up Call.

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A death in the family is one of the saddest occasions any of us will ever face. But for con artists, death equals opportunity. Consumer reporter Mary Lou Cooper brings us a report on death and obituary scams. She speaks with Liz Peck, Forbes Magazine contributor and certified financial planner with Frazier Financial consultants.

Community Matters is the monthly public affairs radio program produced for KSFR’s Wake-Up Call by the Santa Fe Community Foundation. July’s episode concerns immigration and the crisis at our southern border:

The 15th annual Santa Fe International Folk Art Market had set a record for the annual event: some three-point-28 million dollars in sales.

KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge visited the Market and prepared this report. 

John Shannon

KSFR's Art Beat Reporter John Shannon speaks with Santa Fe Business owner and artist Cody Brothers who will be giving a preview of his photography of the west and southwest which he has been working on for the past two years.

History Project Seeks Stories From Rural New Mexicans

Jul 13, 2018

The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces is an interactive museum that chronicles the state's 3,000 year history of farming and ranching.  The Musuem is helping to support an oral history project aimed at collecting the stories of rural New Mexicans who worked the land before the 1960's.  KSFR's Ellen Lockyer speaks with Mary Alice Scott and Kelly Jenks about the work they are doing.

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