Book-signing event this evening at Travel Bug

December 5, 2011

JOURNEYSantaFe presents: Monday, December 5, 5:30pm @ Travel Bug Books, 839 Paseo de Peralta PBS Documentary Filmmaker John de Graaf in Conversation with journalist Zelie Pollon – Book Signing and Conversation on the new book ‘What’s the Economy For, Anyway?’ by John de Graaf and David K. Batker and on Why It’s Time To...

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OSF: Dissidents Answer

December 2, 2011

UPDATE: The outcast Occupier banned by a General Assembly consensus on Wednesday, is telling area media he is not the dangerous person the group portrayed him to be and that his expulsion for allegedly having the big tent removed from the Railyard encampment  is a power play to seize control of the local Occupy...

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Holiday Book Sale at Main Library on Saturday December 3

December 1, 2011

Hundreds of special gift books will be featured in the Annual Friends of the Library Holiday Book Sale on Saturday, December 3 at the Main Library, 145 Washington Avenue. The sale runs from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. The sale is open to the public; no memberships are required for this sale. Hundreds of...

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Two water meetings tomorrow

November 30, 2011

Buckman Direct Diversion  Board  Meeting The board in charge of the Buckman Direct Diversion project  will meet Thursday, Dec. 1 at 4 pm in City Hall. The project, which draws water from the Rio Grande, directly beneath several canyons that dump storm water containing radionuclides and other weaponry contaminants, is intended to supplement Santa...

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Court rules for Los Alamos Study Group in CMRR fight

November 29, 2011

  U.S. Court of Appeals in Denver Denies Administration’s Attempt to Quash Appeal of Lower Court Decision which Allowed Los Alamos Plutonium Facility to Proceed Today the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Judicial District ruled <http://www.lasg.org/CMRR/Litigation/10th%20circuit/Order_briefing_29Nov2011.pdf>  (pdf) in favor of the Los Alamos Study Group on a motion by the Department of...

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NMSBA Calls for Federal Regulatory Relief for NM Schools

November 27, 2011

New Mexico School Boards Association to Conduct 53rd Annual Convention School board members and education leaders from across the state will convene in Albuquerque at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, December 2-3 to conduct the 2011 Annual Convention of the New Mexico School Boards Association (NMSBA). Terry Martin, NMSBA President and President of the Clovis...

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Unions seek support for SF Opportunity Bonds

November 27, 2011

Northern New Mexico Central Labor Council WHERE:         Santa Fe City Hall WHEN:           Wednesday, November 30th at 7:00 pm WHAT:            Putting Santa Fe Opportunity Bonds on the ballot for next March’s election WHY:              $30 million in Opportunity Bonds means good jobs and progress for Santa Fe This should be the number 1 issue for progressives....

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WAPH! Rock the Town Hall Meeting Tuesday

November 25, 2011

We Are People Here!(“WAPH!”) Rock the Town Hall Meeting November 29th 6:30 pm at Museo Cultural (not at Unitarian Church this month) 1615 Paseo de Peralta / Camino la Familia (Railyard Park) Senator Peter Wirth – We’re gonna get those Corporations to pay their Fair Share in New Mexico Representative Brian Egolf – Getting...

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JourneySanta Fe Calendar (updated)

November 24, 2011

Following is the JourneySantaFe calendar for the remainder of November and for December: www.journeysantafe.com <http://www.journeysantafe.com> Books/Talks/Lectures Sunday Nov. 27 11am Travel Bug Books 839 Paseo de Peralta sponsored by www.journeysantafe <http://www.journeysantafe> 992-0418 Radio Host David Bacon will be in conversation with Michelle Victoria, who will have a presentation re the Occupy Santa Fe anti-nuclear...

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Long, Hard Drought Predicted in Mexico

November 24, 2011

Indigenous peoples will likely suffer most Mexico’s National Weather Service (SMN) has predicted that a drought afflicting more than half the country will likely last at least three more years. And according to the SMN, the upcoming winter rainfall could range between 20 and 30 percent of normal, especially in the northern, western and...

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ISPAC requests criminal investigation into ‘pay-to-play’ racino bid

November 23, 2011

11/22/11 Mr. Kenneth J. Gonzales U.S. Attorney for the District of New Mexico P.O. Box 607 Albuquerque, NM 87103 RE: Request for Criminal Investigation into “Pay to Play” and “Bid Rigging” Dear Mr. Gonzales: This letter is to request that the US Attorney’s Office conduct an investigation into the selection process involving the award...

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                         --Thomas Jefferson, 1799

Events

  • Journey Santa Fe July conversations Jul 12th, 2012

    July 22, Sunday, 11 am at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse 202 Galiseto Street 988-4226 Transforming the Nuclear Narrative - A Global Call To Action journeysantafe presents a…

  • A.N.S.W.E.R. NM Film showing July 20 Jul 9th, 2012

      Friday, July 20 at 7:00 PM Film Showing: Arna's Children Opened by Saliba Khamis, the Freedom Theatre Project was opened as an alternative education system for children on the West…

  • Journey Santa Fe: Photographers at Collected Works Jul 7th, 2012

    July 8, Sunday, 11 am at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse:Off Road Encounters In Spain - Slowing It All Down - with Photographers Tania Vassalo and Ben Mittleman. Ben Mittleman &…

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