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.

African Children's Choir to Perform in Pojoaque

Jul 13, 2018

The African Children's Choir is well known around the globe.  The children have performed for heads of state, such as Queen Elizabeth II for her diamond jubilee.  The choir is an arm of Music For Life, an organization which works in the African countries of Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and South Africa to educate children and help families through relief and development programs.  The African Children’s Choir will be performing in Pojoaque at Zion Worship Center later his month. KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge has more. 

Wake Up Call, July 13, 2018

Jul 13, 2018

On today's Wake Up Call, we’ll get a preview of the music of the African Children’s Choir, coming soon to perform in our area. And we’ll find out about an oral history project aimed at collecting the stories of the early New Mexico farmers and ranchers.  All that and a conversation with Santa Fe's Cody Brothers, photographer and business owner.

Clare Hertel

This weekend on Santa Fe’s Museum Hill, it’s the 15th annual Santa Fe International Folk Art Market. KSFR Wake-Up Call host Tom Trowbridge Thursday morning spoke with Rupa Trivedi, a Market artisan and Keith Recker, the Market’s Creative Director.

KSFR'S Wake Up Call For July 12, 2018

Jul 12, 2018

On today’s Wake-Up Call: It’s almost time for the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market, which is in its 15th year. Host Tom Trowbridge speaks in-studio with one of the Market’s artisans, Rupa Trivedi as well as Market Creative Director, Keith Recker about what’s in store this year. Also on the program, the Tularosa down winders’ consortium will soon be marking another somber anniversary--and we’ll have local news and the Marketplace Morning Report.

Santa Fe On "Best Places To Live" List

Jul 11, 2018

What makes a city a great place to live?  According to Outside Magazine, there are six criteria.. and Santa Fe has most of them - including craft beer.  Outside has included the City Different in its list of Best Places to live in its most recent issue.   KSFR’s Ellen Lockyer speaks with Tourism Santa Fe Executive Director Randy Randall on what the designation means to our town.

Los Alamos Science Fest - July 11-15

Jul 11, 2018

Los Alamos’ Science Fest starts today  (Wednesday) and runs through Sunday, July 15.  The once secret city of Los Alamos is attracting visitors through recreational opportunities and annual events like the outdoor Festival, which is kid-friendly, with hands-on science and math displays. KSFR’s Ellen Lockyer speaks with Lauren McDaniel, Director of Los Alamos Mainstreet, which organizes the event, about the highlights of this year’s Festival.

KSFR has established a partnership with Searchlight New Mexico, the non-partisan, nonprofit news organization dedicated to investigative reporting and innovative data journalism. And over time, we’ll be speaking with Searchlight New Mexico’s journalists who invest substantial time clearing Inspection of Public Records Act, or IPRA hurdles in addition to the efforts involved with researching, interviewing and writing the stories they take on.

KSFR's Wake Up Call For July 10, 2018

Jul 10, 2018

On Tuesday’s Wake-Up Call, host Tom Trowbridge speaks with Searchlight New Mexico journalist Amy Linn, who recently wrote about New Mexico’s exodus of educated young people and the myriad reasons behind it. Also on the program, H2O Radio explores possible upsides with the new head of the Environmental Protection Agency; and troops are marrying each other more often, creating new challenges for the Pentagon. Bob Walsh will have details from the American Homefront Project.


This week on HERE and THERE

MONDAY July 9 - Libya still has 2 governments, based in Tripoli in the West and Tobruk in the East. Neither one is much good, but the Tripoli government has international recognition. The Tobruk government controls Libya’s biggest oil port, and says it will no longer let Tripoli dictate shares in oil profits. Award-winning Libyan journalist Mustafa Fetouri helps us sort things out. TUESDAY July 10 - Military forces backing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad are re-taking southwestern Syria from...

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