KSFR

People

  • David D’Arcy writes about film, art and other topics. He is a correspondent for The Art Newspaper, a critic for Screen International, and a frequent contributor to the San Francisco Chronicle. He is co-writer and co-producer of Portrait of...

  • Ask Deborah Begel what she likes to cover, and she’ll likely answer, “What I’m working on now.”  Now that’s the kaleidoscope of news on KSFR.  She broadcasts short news summaries weekdays mornings and some afternoons on the hour and longer ones...

  • Deborah grew up in northern New Mexico (Chimayo and Los Alamos), and has had a long career in radio and television news across the US (Albuquerque, El Paso, Miami, San Francisco, San Jose and Santa Fe), picking up Associated Press and NM...

  • Dennis J. Carroll is a veteran journalist based in Santa Fe.. He has written extensively on health and environmental issues regarding nuclear weapons workers and atomic testing. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Boston Globe and...

  • Derrick Toledo is a recent graduate from the University of New Mexico where he majored in Multimedia Journalism and minored in Marketing Management. While taking classes at UNM, Derrick worked multiple journalism internships at the Daily Lobo,...

  • I am Desiree Mays, producer of Yoga Moments on Fridays just before 5pm and Sundays just before 8am. The idea for Yoga Moments is to provide a quiet two minutes in busy times to relieve stress and provide a little food for thought.  My readings...

  • Diane is an arts activist, arts educator, arts connector and devoted supporter of the creative process in all realms of society. She has a Ph.D. in Art History and after teaching 20th-century art history at Temple University she became the...

  • After a career as a college biology professor (Princeton, Harvard, Purdue, SMU) and conservation biologist, Donna returned to her home in a small village in northern New Mexico to restore an 1825 adobe. She has also been a whitewater and...

  • Dylan Syverson first encountered radio work in 2010, producing the documentary feature American Mosaic for the Iowa-based Free River Press. After moving from his home tundra of Minnesota to New Mexico a few years later, he worked as an...

  • Ellen Lockyer started her radio career in the late 1980s in Alaska, after a stint at bush Alaska weekly newspapers, the Copper Valley Views and the Cordova Times. When the Exxon Valdez ran aground in Prince William Sound, Valdez Public Radio...

  • Eric Davis, “Through Our Eyes” – Eric has almost 15 years experience in radio– his first love.  He became infatuated with the medium beginning when he was a wee lad walking to and from middle school in Philadelphia with a transistor radio (AM...

  • Eric Grasser, MD, CAy is the founder and medical director of Unity Medicine - Integrative Medicine & Ayurveda, based here in Santa Fe. A graduate of Stanford University, Dartmouth Medical School, and the University of New Mexico Family...

  • Gary Storm is a musician, writer, and a water-law attorney.  He has a Ph.D. in English and a law degree.  He plays viola and guitar and has formed and played in numerous rock bands including, most recently, The Wes Studi Band.  He also writes...

  • Chief Technical Officer

    Shortly after retiring as an executive with a three-state gas and electric utility company, professional engineer George Weston and his family moved to Santa Fe in 2003. In September 2004, concerned about the affect of media consolidation on...

  • I'm originally from Corrales, New Mexico, and now live in Santa Fe with my wonderful cat "Alice"

    I'm a carpenter by trade, and work for Mac Watson where we specialize in historical restoration.

    As for my hobby's, or more like my...

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