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In the Studio: Matthew Brown, New ED Director for Santa Fe

Recently hired city Economic Development Director Matthew Brown sat down with KSFR's Julian Paras and Dylan Syverson to discuss his background and what he hopes to contribute in shaping Santa Fe's economic future. http://traffic.libsyn.com/ksfrnews/ds-jp-mbrown623.mp3

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SFe Fashion Week Brings Haute Couture to the High Desert

The 6th annual Santa Fe Fashion Week was held earlier this month at the Drury Plaza Hotel. KSFR's Derrick Toledo spoke with the show's organizers and models to learn about Santa Fe's status as an up-and-coming fashion haven. http://traffic.libsyn.com/ksfrnews/dt-fashionwk.mp3

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Dr. Lera Boroditsky is an Associate Professor of Cognitive Science at the University of California–San Diego and editor-in-chief of the journal Frontiers in Cultural Psychology. Her focus is the study of linguistic relativity, the concept that speakers of different languages experience reality in different ways.

Tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the New Mexico School for the Deaf's James A. Little Theater, Dr. Boroditsky will be speaking on "How the Languages We Speak Shape the Ways We Think," part of the School for Advanced Research’s public lecture series "Crossing Global Frontiers."

Citizen Jane: Battle for the City is a documentary about a scholar and an urban warrior, Jane Jacobs, who died last year. David D'Arcy brings us this review.

Mariajosé Alcazar, Earth Care program director, talks with KSFR's Mya Green about her organization's sustainability efforts in the region and the city of Santa Fe's 25-year sustainability plan.

Craig Johnson's "Walt Longmire Mysteries" book series is the basis for the Netflix series Longmire​.  The show is currently filming its sixth and final season in and around Santa Fe.

Johnson joined KSFR's Dylan Syverson by phone to talk about his latest paperback, The Highwayman; his involvement with the TV series; the extent of his personal "Walt-ness"; and how the heck to pronounce "Absaroka."

KSFR's Hannah Colton talks with Senator Tom Udall (D-NM), who sits on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, about President Donald Trump's reported disclosure of classified intelligence to Russian officials in an Oval Office meeting last week.

Last week, the Senate voted 51-49 to uphold a rule to regulate the oil and gas industry's methane emissions. KSFR's Hannah Colton spoke with Senator Tom Udall (D-NM), who voted to maintain the rule, as well as Robert McEntyre, spokesman for the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association, which disfavors the restrictions.

KSFR's Hannah Colton chats with bicycle enthusiast Gretchen Grogan about the citywide Bike to Work Week and concomitant events, including the 100-mile Santa Fe Century road race this weekend.

Rita Daniels of True Taos Radio attends the international migratory bird count, and reports back.

 

It’s Science Monday — and the largest wildlife rehabilitation center in New Mexico has been caring for injured birds, mammals, and reptiles for 31 years.  Since human activity generates most of the damaging impacts on wildlife, educating the public is a big companion goal of wildlife rehabilitation efforts.  Deborah Begel has a two part series on The NM Wildlife Center.  Here is part one.

 

 

Homewise runs the Sol fund, which lends homeowners money to retrofit rooftop solar installations on their houses. It has received a multimillion dollar grant for downpayment assistance. And it develops affordable housing in Santa Fe. Mark Vanderlinden, Chief Lending Officer, joins me to talk it over.

 

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MONDAY June 19 - British Prime Minister Theresa May thought she was launching an easy victory tour when she called a snap election for Parliament. Instead she lost her party its majority and almost lost her job. AP’s London Bureau Chief Gregory Katz looks at what went wrong for May and what might happen next for the UK. TUESDAY June 20 - Report direct from Mosul by Tony Cheng of CGTN (the Chinese Government's English-language global news channel) WEDNESDAY June 21 - China has been busy...

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