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How do we reimagine opera to reflect the current moment? How does the complexity of the art form help us to hold complicated truths? How can present and future leaders in the industry strengthen our understanding of voice, story, and community? Co-hosts Andrea Fellows Fineberg and Anna Garcia from the Santa Fe Opera invite artists, creators, educators, collaborators, and audience together to discuss both what and how opera can be for generations to come. www.santafeopera.org/keychange
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High Desert Sobriety

Friendship Club Studio

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From Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the Friendship Club Studio, intimate interviews with folks in 12 Step Recovery programs telling their stories. Sometimes hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking, true stories of “trudging the Road of Happy Destiny.”
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Every day Mike brings you the characters made famous on his radio show that ran 11 years in Ventura County, CA called The Santa Fe Cafe. Mike dives into the creative mind and takes a deep look at what makes us tick. Listen, tell your friends, comment below and join the fun!
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Dale Borglum (Ram Dev) founded and directed the Hanuman Foundation Dying Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the first residential facility in the United States to support conscious dying. He has been the Executive Director of the Living/Dying Project in Santa Fe and since 1986 in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is the co­author with Ram Dass, Daniel Goleman and Dwarka Bonner of Journey of Awakening: A Meditator’s Guidebook, Bantam Books and has taught meditation since 1974. Dale lectures and giv ...
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How does a community college become internationally famous? Laugh and cry with Dr. Vilma Fuentes, assistant vice president of Academic Affairs at Santa Fe College, as she brings together faculty, staff, students and international delegations to reflect on the rewarding work (and sometimes surprising results) of developing global citizens.
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Are there universal laws of life and can we find them? Is there a physics of society, of ecology, of evolution? Join us for six episodes of thought-provoking insights on the physics of life and its profound implications on our understanding of the universe. In this season of the Santa Fe Institute’s Complexity podcast’s relaunch, we talk to researchers who have been exploring these questions and more through the lens of complexity science. Subscribe now and be part of the exploration!
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Wheels Across the West: History and Legacy of the Santa Fe Trail

Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy, University of Missouri

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"Wheels Across the West: History and Legacy of the Santa Fe Trail" invites listeners on a fun and fact-filled adventure across time and territory to make sense of an oft-overlooked overland trail. Created, written, and narrated by students at the University of Missouri’s Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy, Wheels Across the West covers a wide range of topics that intersect with the past and present of the American West: mules, military forts, missionization, Hollywood Westerns, gun ...
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Redwood Art Group | Art Fair Confidential

Redwood Art Group | Art Fair Confidential

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Redwood Art Group – With over 40 art fairs spanning more than 11 years, our shows in New York, Miami, Santa Fe, and San Diego are celebrated as premier destinations for discovering and collecting contemporary and modern art and design. Attracting nearly 100,000 attendees annually, Redwood Art Group fairs support galleries as they champion the careers of artists, strengthen the local art market, and inspire art lovers from around the world.
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The Horizon Prep Lioncast is a production of the Horizon Prep Parent Teacher Fellowship, to INCLUDE, INFORM, and INSPIRE the Horizon Prep parents and teachers. Each week we talk about what's going on at the HP campus and then talk with one of the teachers or staff and learn about them and their role at the school.
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Alien Crash Site

Caitlin McShea

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A new InterPlanetary interview series from the Santa Fe Institute takes a page from the Strugatsky brothers' classic Soviet sci-fi novel, Roadside Picnic, to discuss a variety of transformative alien artifacts. Thirteen years ago, an alien civilization visited our planet, and left behind myriad, mysterious materials in their crash sites. These areas, Zones, behave very strangely, but the interplanetary items they contain could change the trajectory of our technological advancement. What appe ...
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The Village Church Podcast

The Village Community Presbyterian Church

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Dr. Jack Baca is the Senior Pastor of The Village Church, located in Rancho Santa Fe, California. Our hope and prayer is that you'll be encouraged, blessed and inspired through these free podcasts.
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Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we've just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org.
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Tabling: The Podcast

Ariana Karp & ISC Santa Fe

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Tabling: The Podcast has partnered with ISC Santa Fe on an audio exploration of Shakespeare’s canon. This project will include five-six episodes of in-depth “table work” discussions about text, character, and dramaturgy for each play (hosted here on Tabling: The Podcast), and radio plays with sound effects and original music (hosted on the Radio Shakespeare Lab podcast). Over 80 actors, directors, and theatre makers from all across the country have already participated in this project. New e ...
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RaRa Room Radio

O.G. Willikers

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RaRa Room Radio is a music and art podcast hosted by Santa Fe, NM musician and audio engineer Zach Maloof AKA O.G. Willikers. We hang out and talk shop with both local and touring DIY musicians as well as visual artists.
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A creative, news-focused show about the pandemic and the fights against racism in our communities. We’re working to generate connections in a time of physical distancing and offer a global perspective. On KUNM’s airwaves Sundays at 11 am and available wherever you get your podcasts. This show is part of the Your New Mexico Government project at KUNM, New Mexico PBS and the Santa Fe Reporter. Hosted by Khalil Ekulona and executive produced by Marisa Demarco. (Funding for the project comes fro ...
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The Crafty coaster podcast is just a morning intro 2 what's going on at the crafty coaster YouTube channel. This is where we taste a cup of coffee talk about what's happening on crafty coaster and the beer and coffee Industries within the Albuquerque Santa Fe area Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/Craftycoaster/support
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Free to Learn

Santa Fe College

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SF’s Free to Learn initiatives are supported by a Florida Humanities Greater Good: Humanities in Academia Grant for SF’s project Humanities Behind & Beyond Bars. Project initiatives include a podcast series, Free to Learn: Education In and Out of Prison, two Ethics Slams to engage both the SF campus and broader Gainesville community in constructive dialogue about incarceration’s ethical, humanitarian dimensions, and a Spring Symposium, Unlocking Purpose and Potential, which will provide a pl ...
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Burrito Quest is all about...stamina. We (Ben, Isaac, and Daniel) ate our way through the Specialty Burrito menu at Santa Fe Grill, a fast food eatery located inside Pic Quik convenience stores in Las Cruces, New Mexco. This list is a good 60 burritos long, and it took us all of 2009, and a quarter of 2010. Along the way we met and (we like to think) befriended a burristro who we named Salsa Bro. Toward the end of our quest, Salsa Bro was unceremoniously fired for, rumor has it, giving free ...
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Tough on Art is hosted by Jen Tough, an art dealer based in Santa Fe, NM and founder of the Artist Alliance. This podcast was created with emerging, re-emerging, and mid-career artists in mind. We focus on all things contemporary art, through down to earth interviews and straight forward conversations. Our mission is to make the often opaque and exclusive art world more transparent and a little less daunting.
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Anthony Plog on Music

Anthony Plog (host), Eddie Ludema (Producer)

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Conversations with performers, composers, and entrepreneurs. Join Tony and some of the world’s great musicians in interviews that are fascinating, illuminating, and funny (well, most of the time).
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The Academy for the Love of Learning’s El Otro Lado: The Other Side/The Stories That Connect Us is a collaborative public arts project that engages the creative process to illuminate issues of migration, human rights, boundaries, and sense of home. The images and stories in this project represent a group of extraordinary people who live, work, go to school, and dream here in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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The Autoblog Podcast is one of the oldest and most-listened to automotive podcasts anywhere. The show features a rotating panel of editors and guests hosted by Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore. The gloves come off and the lively discussion has everything from the most important news of the week to the best and worst cars we're driving. The show traditionally wraps with the popular Spend My Money segment. With nearly 700 episodes, the podcast is a must-listen for automotive enthusiasts everywhere.
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Where Do Gays Retire is a podcast where we help you in the LGBTQ+ community find a safe and affordable retirement destination. Join Mark Goldstein as he interviews others who live in gay-friendly places around the globe. Learn about the climate, cost of living, the LGBTQ + community, healthcare, crime and safety, and more.
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July 5th, 1973 - A railcar sits on a spur of the Santa Fe Railroad. For about a month, it has served as a "holding tank" for 33,000 gallons of propane gas belonging to the nearby DOXOL Gas Plant.​The time has come for DOXOL employees to retrieve the gas from the tanker to be stored at the plant. But, during the process of offloading the gas, something goes TERRIBLY wrong... The disaster KILLS 12, 11 who were firemen and MAIMS approximately 100 innocent citizens of the small town of Kingman, ...
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Daniel Milnor is currently “Creative Evangelist” for Blurb, Inc. the world’s premiere print-on-demand publisher. He splits his time between the smog-choked arteries of Southern California and the spiritual landscape of New Mexico. Milnor is a former newspaper, magazine and commercial photographer who now works primarily on long-term projects. His work has taken him from the rural corners of the United States to Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. He has taught at Art Center College of De ...
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SHE RECOVERS® Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity and a global grassroots movement serving more than 325,000 women and non-binary individuals in or seeking recovery from life challenges including mental health issues, trauma, and substance use. SHE RECOVERS is dedicated to redefining recovery, inspiring hope, ending stigma and empowering women to increase their recovery capital, heal themselves and help other women to do the same. On our podcast we talk about and hear about p ...
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The Hypothesis

Protect the Pack Productions

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Go behind the scenes of a PreK - 8th grade charter school in Santa Fe, New Mexico making decisions around whether to open school for in-person learning and how to do so amid a global pandemic. Set at Turquoise Trail Charter School, the state's oldest and fourth largest charter school, you'll meet teachers and administrators who are grappling with how to walk the fine line between public health and public policy during an historic moment in time. As a charter school, Turquoise Trail is able t ...
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BlyBooks.com Legacy Series presents award-winning western author Stephen Bly speaking on Faith, Family, and Western Wisdom. Stephen Bly authored more than 100 inspirational fiction and non-fiction books for adults, teens, and kids (8-14 years), including the Stuart Brannon Western Series, Code of the West Series, Austin-Stoner Files, Nathan Riggins Western Adventure Series, Horse Dreams Series, and Throw The Devil Off The Train. Theme for all his books and audio: to prepare hearts to receive ...
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Photoshop artist and educator John Reuter has created this Photoshop podcast geared towards the fine art photographers and teachers who are beginning to embrace Photoshop as part of their personal work and teaching curriculum. Less focused on singular tips or tricks it rather attempts to instill a more comprehensive approach to image making and manipulation that relies on Photoshop as its core. To John, Photoshop is as much a printmaking program as it is a photography program. The emphasis i ...
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On our geocaching podcast today, we have some interesting audio content that we captured at Geowoodstock XX to share with you. You’ll hear a chat with Minnesota Boy about an adventure to a very unique place, a discussion with Joanne about a fascinating multi-state Geotour and a visit with Elonka about her book on code-breaking. We also share a few …
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This is the sixth official episode, breaking down the 1974 Pulitzer Prize winning book, The Power Broker by our hero Robert Caro. This week, Roman and Elliott sit down with Mike Schur, who created the critically acclaimed NBC comedy The Good Place, and co-created Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn 99, Rutherford Falls, and Netflix’s upcoming, A Classic…
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Bringing the mind into the heart, Ram Dev elucidates how to let go of the ego and surrender into beingness. Today’s podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/beherenow and get on your way to being your best self. In this episode, RamDev teaches on: Living out concepts after we understand them Keeping our h…
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Mike Matthews talks about the interesting news from the end of the week and Mike answers what radio sounded like thirty years ago with the fun segment Let's Go Back With Matthews and what the newest music sounds like on the segment you can vote on called The Mike Matthews New Tunes Feud. Join Mike as he podcasts live from Café Anyway with Madame Ro…
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Join us for an exclusive podcast interview with SeekOne. Since 1978, Artexpo New York has been changing how people buy and sell art. Hosting thousands of innovative exhibiting galleries, artists, and publishers from across the globe, showcasing exciting original artwork, print, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclée's, lithog…
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Join us for an exclusive podcast interview with Renee Daley of Sab Gallery. Since 1978, Artexpo New York has been changing how people buy and sell art. Hosting thousands of innovative exhibiting galleries, artists, and publishers from across the globe, showcasing exciting original artwork, print, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramic…
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Join us for an exclusive podcast interview with Raphael Delgado. Since 1978, Artexpo New York has been changing how people buy and sell art. Hosting thousands of innovative exhibiting galleries, artists, and publishers from across the globe, showcasing exciting original artwork, print, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclée's…
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After Hurricane Camille caused widespread death and destruction along the US Gulf Coast in 1969, two scientists created the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale as a way to quickly warn the public when dangerous storms were on the way. Today, we’re still using the scale and its system of ranking storms as Categories 1 to 5. But in the 55 years since…
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On our geocaching podcast today, we have an awesome chat with Jim and Andi from the Going Caching Crew where you’ll hear some of the fun that’s in store for the final Going Caching event in October. Also, a very cool geocache that requires use of all your senses from the FTF Geocacher Magazine, a song from The Travel Bugs for your musical entertain…
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On our geocaching podcast today, we have an awesome chat with Jim and Andi from the Going Caching Crew where you’ll hear some of the fun that’s in store for the final Going Caching event in October. Also, a very cool geocache that requires use of all your senses from the FTF Geocacher Magazine, a song from The Travel Bugs for your musical entertain…
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Join us for an exclusive podcast interview with Mauricio Porto of Galeria Nasse. Since 1978, Artexpo New York has been changing how people buy and sell art. Hosting thousands of innovative exhibiting galleries, artists, and publishers from across the globe, showcasing exciting original artwork, print, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ce…
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Join us for an exclusive podcast interview with Marina from The Gallery Steiner. Since 1978, Artexpo New York has been changing how people buy and sell art. Hosting thousands of innovative exhibiting galleries, artists, and publishers from across the globe, showcasing exciting original artwork, print, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ce…
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Join us for an exclusive podcast interview with Liz Wood. Since 1978, Artexpo New York has been changing how people buy and sell art. Hosting thousands of innovative exhibiting galleries, artists, and publishers from across the globe, showcasing exciting original artwork, print, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, giclée's, litho…
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Join us for an exclusive podcast interview with Leda Maria of Gallery Nase. Since 1978, Artexpo New York has been changing how people buy and sell art. Hosting thousands of innovative exhibiting galleries, artists, and publishers from across the globe, showcasing exciting original artwork, print, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramic…
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Join us for an exclusive podcast interview with Kell McDonald of Sab Gallery. Since 1978, Artexpo New York has been changing how people buy and sell art. Hosting thousands of innovative exhibiting galleries, artists, and publishers from across the globe, showcasing exciting original artwork, print, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceram…
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Renato is a Bolivian entrepreneur who currently resides in Madrid. He has a passion for languages and has found a way to make money from it. In addition to being multilingual, he also has a fondness for the arts, particularly pottery and music. He played in the orchestra of his city in Bolivia and Spain for approximately 5 years. Renato was born in…
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Mike Matthews talks about the interesting news from the middle of the week and Mike answers what radio sounded like thirty years ago with the fun segment Let's Go Back With Matthews and what the newest music sounds like on the segment you can vote on called The Mike Matthews New Tunes Feud. Join Mike as he podcasts live from Café Anyway with Madame…
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It takes a village - and multiple revisions! - to mount a modern, original opera. Key Change co-hosts Andrea Fellows Fineberg and Anna Garcia journey to an orchestral workshop for The Pigeon Keeper, a first for Opera For All Voices (OFAV)! Imagine a stage filled with an eight-member student orchestra, four principal singers, and a women's chorus. D…
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The leaf blower is one of the most hated objects in the modern world. They’re loud, they pollute, and… how important is a leafless lawn anyway? In a lot of towns and cities, the gas-powered leaf blower has been banned. In others, there are strict guidelines on where and when they can be used. In Los Angeles, California, the leaf blower has never go…
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On our geocaching podcast today, we have some interesting audio content that we captured at Geowoodstock XX to share with you. You’ll hear a chat with Minnesota Boy about an adventure to a very unique place, a discussion with Joanne about a fascinating multi-state Geotour and a visit with Elonka about her book on code-breaking. We also share a few …
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Called "one of the biggest talents of his generation," Elias David Moncado, at a very young age, has already had an exceptional career. After winning his first competition at the age of 6, then his first international competition at the age of 8, he went on to win four major competitions after that (the Sendai Violin Competition in 2019, the Intern…
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