Planned Parenthood suspect mentioned ‘no more baby parts,’ official says

Robert L. Dear Jr.’s attack on the clinic was “definitely politically motivated,” said the official, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the investigation is still underway.

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Views of Santa Fe following the city's first significant snowstorm on Nov. 17, 2015.

Capital gains: The new arts agenda

Let's throw a figure out there, and that figure is $71 million. That’s the amount a number of cultural institutions around the city are seeking for new construction, as well as for renovations and upgrades to existing facilities. 

With Squash Blossom, Santa Fe woman aims to make it easy to buy local

Starting this week, Squash Blossom will begin its direct retail service, allowing people to go to the website and order produce directly for “Blossom Bags” that can be picked up once a week.

Science on the Hill: Quenching New Mexico’s thirst with brackish water

Whether today turns out damp or dry, drought is a fact of life in New Mexico. With our rivers and aquifers already divvied up to the last drop, where can we get more water to ease the pressure on our freshwater resources?

Living with Children: Birth of high-drama teen girls a contemporary outcome

A recent caller to my syndicated radio show objected to advice I dispensed concerning a teenage girl who was exhibiting a number of narcissistic and even sociopathic behaviors, including lying and the abuse of animals.

Celebrations, Nov. 29, 2015

Best-laid plans for an elopement in October went by the wayside for the wedding of Gina Ponzio and Charles T. Lewis, as their work schedules just didn’t coincide. So, they surprised their gues…

‘Super pantries’ frequent many kitchen wish lists

Teresa Keller used to joke that she was pantry-challenged. She often relied on a flashlight to search the deep, dark cupboard that held her canned goods and other food items.

The challenges of being multiracial

Brandi Wells, program adviser for the African American Student Services program at The University of New Mexico, said coming from two different racial backgrounds impacts even the most minute details of your home life.

Facebook tries to ease heartache of breakups with new tool

A feature announced Thursday will allow people who have split up with a spouse or partner to turn on an option that spares them the emotional pain of constantly seeing their ex-lover’s posts and pictures in their news feed on the world’s largest social network.


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