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KSFR ART Beat Reporter John Shannon spoke with Henry Martin, the Author of the New Biography “Agnes Martin: Pioneer, Painter, Icon”  from Schaffner Press.  Agnes Martin was a long time New Mexico resident and one of the 20th Century’s most revered abstract artists. They discuss her time in New Mexico and how her mental illness impacted her work.

KSFR'S Wake Up Call For April 19, 2018

Apr 19, 2018

On today’s Wake-Up Call, host Tom Trowbridge speaks with Santa Fe County Candidate for Sheriff, Manny Anaya. Also today, there’s a battle brewing over water from the  Colorado river that involves New Mexico. We hear a report from H2O Radio’s Jamie Sudler. And, KSFR’s John Shannon interviews the author of a new book on the late renowned abstract artist Agnes Martin.

On Thursday’s Wake-Up Call, host Tom Trowbridge concluded his series of profiles of the four candidates for Santa Fe County Sheriff with this interview with Manny Anaya:

New Mexico Number One in Wind Power Production In 2017

Apr 18, 2018

On Tuesday, April 17, the American Wind Energy Association released its 2017 report on wind energy growth, and has highlighted New Mexico's leadership. Our state exhibited the greatest wind energy growth in the nation last year.  KSFR's Ellen Lockyer brings us this report.

On today’s Wake-Up Call: KSFR’s Ellen Lockyer reports on New Mexico’s wind-energy potential; and Jack and Celestia Loeffler offer episode eight of “Watersheds As Commons.”

In-Studio: Santa Fe County Candidate for Sheriff, Leonard Romero On Tuesday’s Wake-Up Call, Tom Trowbridge continues his series of interviews with the candidates for Santa Fe County Sheriff with a conversation with Leonard Romero.

On Tuesday’s Wake-Up Call: Host Tom Trowbridge speaks with Santa Fe County candidate for Sheriff, Leonard Romero. Also on the program: KSFR’s Ellen Lockyer reports on food-stamp cuts in the federal farm bill and Senator Martin Heinrich discusses the “Tribal Connect Act.”

Farm Bill Could Hurt New Mexico SNAP Families

Apr 17, 2018

One in four New Mexicans rely on a federal program called the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, for groceries. Now, Congress wants to cut eligibility for some families in the nutrition program, which is funded through the federal Farm Bill.

KSFR Talks With The Feminist Land Art Retreat

Apr 16, 2018
Denise Lynch

KSFR Art Beat Reporter John Shannon spoke with a group of women film makers who came to New Mexico in order to shoot the final segment of a film that they say will redefine the Western from a feminist perspective.

“Community Matters” is the monthly public affairs program produced by the Santa Fe Community Foundation. For April’s episode, SFCF’s CEO Bill Smith talks with Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber.

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