Hispanic leaders want GOP field to condemn Trump’s ‘idiocy’

Several 2016 contenders have brushed off Trump’s comments while others have ignored them.

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Santa Fe man turns his passion into a business

Charlie O’Leary has made it his business to build steel bike frames by hand, a feat more impressive given that Santa Fe isn’t known for its manufacturing industry.

Brewers, winemakers toast new law

Several new laws passed by the Legislature this year benefiting craft beer makers signal of the state’s acceptance of the booming industry as an economic driver.

Eatery owners find winning combination: Tacos and boxing

Taqueria Adelita’s, an eatery, gathering spot and neighborhood institution, has become a cornerstone for taco lovers and boxing fans alike within Santa Fe’s Mexican immigrant community.

Could insulin pills prevent diabetes? Big study seeks answer

For nearly a century, insulin has been a life-saving diabetes treatment. Now scientists are testing a tantalizing question: What if pills containing the same medicine patients inject every day could also prevent the disease?

Happy Trails: Plenty of fun, torture at Glorieta Camps trialthon

New Mexico’s XTERRA Tri the Torture triathlon — a three-part race featuring swimming, mountain biking and running — takes place Aug. 8 at Glorieta Camps just outside of Santa Fe, a complex surrounded by the Pecos Wilderness and National Forest. Glorieta Camps has lodging, dining and camping.

Fuego players feel the love from Santa Fe baseball fans

The Santa Fe Fuego, part of the region’s semi-professional Pecos League, have a loyal following and were league champions last year. I spoke with general manager Yvonne Encinias about the Fuego, the fans and, of course, etiquette.

Celebrations, June 28, 2015

At its June meeting, the volunteer executive committee of the Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter unanimously voted to elect former Santa Fe mayor David Coss to succeed John Buchser as chapter chai…

Study finds home efficiency upgrades fall short, don’t pay

Home efficiency measures such as installing new windows or replacing insulation deliver such a small fraction of their promised energy savings that they may not save any money over the long run, according to the surprising conclusion of a University of Chicago study.

Taking the military path offers life skills

Francis Mulert, 17, an incoming senior at Santa Fe Preparatory School, understands that people think he’s crazy when he tells them he wants to join the infantry.

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