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Santa Fe Institute, Michael Garfield

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Far-reaching conversations with a worldwide network of scientists and mathematicians, philosophers and artists developing new frameworks to explain our universe's deepest mysteries. Join host Michael Garfield at the Santa Fe Institute each week to learn about your world and the people who have dedicated their lives to exploring its emergent order: their stories, research, and insights…
 
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Inside SFPS

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Santa Fe Public Schools

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Inside SFPS takes you behind the scenes in Santa Fe Public Schools to learn more about the happenings in the district, tell some of the amazing stories of people that work for SFPS and help bring families closer to their students' education.
 
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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Encounter Culture

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Encounter Culture

New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs

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For centuries, the culture of New Mexico has offered residents and visitors a lush, complex texture of styles, designs and lifestyles. We've toured the museums of Santa Fe and ventured out to engage with the hidden histories of our state. And now... flamenco pottery, architecture, design, ghosts! From Fronteras del Futuro to Folklore at Los Luceros, we're inviting you to catch a glimpse of what lies just beneath the surface at our cultural institutions and historic sites. You'll be ready for ...
 
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Santa Fe Reporter

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Welcome to Reported, the Santa Fe Reporter’s podcast digging into the stories and investigations the newspaper knows you’ve read but wants you to hear. This show is all about independent, in-depth journalism in the alt-weekly style.
 
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Barefoot Tarot - Santa Fe

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Welcome to my podcast! You'll find tarot readings, Reiki-infused guided meditations, and conversations based on Self awareness and spiritual growth. I'm just here to shine the light 🔥 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/intrinsicawakening/support
 
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 ...
 
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, ...
 
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 ...
 
The Center for Applied Ethics & Humanities at Santa Fe College (SF) promotes the values of honesty, integrity, and civility, as well as individual, social, and global responsibility. It fosters appreciation for ethical reasoning and encourages and supports active engagement with ethics and humanities in our communities – in thought and action, (((In Word And Deed))). This podcast, a product of the center, features SF faculty, students and alumni engaging in dialogue around critical ethical i ...
 
Few names are as synonymous with improv as Matt Besser. Founding member of the Upright Citizens Brigade and a regular performer in the world-famous show Asssscat, Matt has brought his talents to Earwolf with a fully improvised weekly podcast featuring the best improvisers in the universe. Music by Bobby Matthews and Dragoon.Looking for the archives? All episodes older than 6 months can be found exclusively on Stitcher Premium, ad-free. Go to stitcher.com/premium and use promo code EARWOLF fo ...
 
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.
 
Opera for All Voices (OFAV) began as a consortium of North American opera companies committed to co-commissioning and co-producing new operatic works for audiences of all ages that bear the same artistic integrity and depth of storytelling as mainstage works. Over several years it has grown in its mission to tell "stories of our time." Follow host Andrea Fellows Fineberg from The Santa Fe Opera and OFAV collaborators and stakeholders as we explore the process, the context, and the story of c ...
 
Laughs, chills, and tentacles abound as this bumbling group of lifelong friends battle their way through the Lovecraftian horrors of the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game. Professional sound effects, music, and editing add the full audio drama flavor to this actual play experience with the CoC Boys.Stay tuned for new episodes! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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Art Fair Confidential

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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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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Postcards connect people. Join postcard collector Frank Roche as he talks to guests around the world, including leading postcard designers, writers, dealers, and connoisseurs. The Postcardist spans the gamut from vintage to modern postcards. This conversational show was created for everyone from budding deltiologists to leading postcard collectors.
 
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 ...
 
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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Santa Fe has consistently lured free thinkers and intellectuals of different stripes. People like Georgia O’Keefe. DH Lawrence. And Robert Henri who in 1917 said, “Here painters are treated with that welcome and appreciation that is supposed to exist only in certain places in Europe.” It was around then, on a hill about a mile past the main plaza, …
 
A group of nuns in Santa Fe, New Mexico in the late 1800s needed a special staircase built for their chapel, so they prayed a novena and a mysterious workman came and built it. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli discuss what makes the spiral staircase special, who built it, and whether it could have been St. Joseph himself.…
 
A group of nuns in Santa Fe, New Mexico in the late 1800s needed a special staircase built for their chapel, so they prayed a novena and a mysterious workman came and built it. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli discuss what makes the spiral staircase special, who built it, and whether it could have been St. Joseph himself. The post Miraculous Spiral St…
 
Four cats, two homes, and a baked potato sundae appear before you. Do you think Lizzy should leave Los Angeles, or stay and finish the job? Lizzy consults a Santa Fe fine jewelry aficionado, Executive Coach Anoush Gagua, and then, of course, her wonderful guests. She soaks in their wisdom and possibly some toxoplasmosis. Go to Lizzy’s Instagram sto…
 
Will Dailey is an acclaimed independent recording and performing artist. His sound has been described as having a rich vintage vibe while having a firm appreciation of AM rock, pop and big hooks leading famed Rock journalist Dan Aquilante to call him “the real deal." Most recently, he has added podcasting to his list of accomplishments through his …
 
Once again, the world tilts on its axis as For What It's Worth Podcast comes alive. We hit who the podcast is for, the hero of the week, and the worst of the worst from the world at large. New camera kit, FIFA and the World Cup, the FTX scandal, and what it actually means to get involved. We also cover the status of my beloved Salsa Fargo Ti and ho…
 
It's the day after Thanksgiving, so Cy Kellett of Catholic Answers Live is asking Jimmy Akin more weird questions from listeners, including lucid dreaming and morality; whether aliens would worship Jesus; would you die if you touched the Blessed Mother; time travel to the future and presumption; and more.…
 
It's the day after Thanksgiving, so Cy Kellett of Catholic Answers Live is asking Jimmy Akin more weird questions from listeners, including lucid dreaming and morality; whether aliens would worship Jesus; would you die if you touched the Blessed Mother; time travel to the future and presumption; and more. The post Death Penalty for Touching Mary? (…
 
Lizzy's standing mid-rat shop knee deep in thongs and is desperately seeking your guidance! She consults a former employee of a lingerie empire (Ronnie Gallegos) and an actual, flesh and blood landlord (Chris Starleaf). She then seeks wisdom from her mind-blowingly hilarious guests, who drop potent Bombshells™ of truth. So strap on your corset, wak…
 
What makes us human? Over the last several decades, the once-vast island of human exceptionalism has lost significant ground to wave upon wave of research revealing cognition, emotion, problem-solving, and tool-use in other organisms. But there remains a clear sense that humans stand apart — evidenced by our unique capacity to overrun the planet an…
 
Collage Artist Caroline Golden and writer Derek Owens have collaborated on a new book entitled "The Villagers." It consists of a series of collages that Caroline created and which became the inspiration for "fables" that Derek wrote to accompany each one. Golden and Owens discuss the origin of their collaboration and how each of the Villagers have …
 
In April of 2021, COVID unexpectedly took one of the fashion industry's most beloved figures, fashion designer Alber Elbaz. This week we celebrate Elbaz's life and career as curator Ya'ara Keydar joins us to speak about her exhibition Albert Elbaz: The Dream Factory which is now on view at the Design Museum Holon in Holon, Israel. RECOMMENDED READI…
 
In Urban Foraging, herbalist and expert forager Lisa M. Rose puts a metropolitan twist on scavenging for food. From wild apple to wood sorrel, this indispensable guide profiles 50 common edible plants that can be found in the concrete jungle and elsewhere. Rose Tells Radio Free Galisteo's John Shannon how you can transform your harvest into truly f…
 
Closing the gap between ourselves and God, RamDev shows us the tantra of loving one thing so much that we can not help but love it all. “Our true nature, the nature of everybody, and the true nature of everything is what we were invoking in the first place. Everything is the play of pure consciousness.” – RamDev This podcast is sponsored by BetterH…
 
Lee Harvey Oswald is most famous for the official conclusion that he was the lone assassin of John F. Kennedy. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli look at the claim that Oswald may have made an earlier assassination attempt on a public figure, including who it was and why.
 
Lee Harvey Oswald is most famous for the official conclusion that he was the lone assassin of John F. Kennedy. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli look at the claim that Oswald may have made an earlier assassination attempt on a public figure, including who it was and why. The post Lee Harvey Oswald’s First Assassination? (Maj. Gen. Edwin Walker) appeare…
 
In part two of this week's episode on Scottish style, we delve deeper into the codification of tartan patterns and the relationship between consumers and manufacturers. We also detail some of the most iconic silhouettes for which tartans were used. RECOMMENDED READING: Waine, Rosie. Highland Style: Fashioning Highland Style, c. 1745-1845. Edinburgh…
 
Al Quattrocchi has been fly fishing for corbina on the southern shores of California for many years. He's obsessed with the fish and the challenge to catch them. Some say it's one of the hardest fish to catch on the fly, even harder than permit. Join us and learn about this incredible fish and how to hook up with them on the fly.…
 
Michael Mehta Webster is an expert in ecology, conservation, philanthropy, and non-profit management expert and a Professor of Practice in the Department of Environmental Studies at New York University. He has also led efforts to connect cutting-edge science to protecting species and ecosystems in the wild as the Executive Director of the Coral Ree…
 
In this episode, I collaborate with The Volunteer Fire Fighter Podcast hosts to discuss their responsibilities as active volunteer fireman and how their volunteerism gives them a connection to the ’73 Kingman BLEVE. The guys get into with me about courage, fear, PTSD and some of the most memorable calls they’ve responded to including a potential BL…
 
On this episode of Inside SFPS, Superintendent Hilario "Larry" Chavez describes the many ways to find out about school delays, closures, and general information for inclement weather as it pertains to Santa Fe Public Schools for students, parents, and staff. Thank you for listening! Website Facebook Twitter Instagram…
 
On this first day of Fall, Teshin takes up case 27 of the Blue Cliff Record, Unmon’s Complete Exposure. The Case reads as follows: A monk asked Unmon, “What is it when the tree withers and the leaves fall?” Unmon answered, “Complete exposure of the golden wind”. And, here’s a link to our YouTube video of this talk. Also, check out our Upcoming Even…
 
On this first day of Fall, Teshin takes up case 27 of the Blue Cliff Record, Unmon’s Complete Exposure. The Case reads as follows: A monk asked Unmon, “What is it when the tree withers and the leaves fall?” Unmon answered, “Complete exposure of the golden wind”. And, here’s a link to our YouTube video of this talk. Also, check out our Upcoming Even…
 
This week Dr. Rosie Waine joins us for a fascinating two-part episode we learn all about the history and politics of Highland dress and the origins of Scottish tartans. RECOMMENDED READING: Waine, Rosie. Highland Style: Fashioning Highland Style, c. 1745-1845. Edinburgh: NMSE Publishing, 2022. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Santa Fe based Musician Sharon Eliashar talks with Radio Free Galisteo's John Shannon about -Desert Electric- the latest Album from her band Rubi Ate The Fig. Sharon discusses the band's unique sound - a fusion of Rock and Middle Eastern music and where she gets her inspiration - The Sinai Desert Get The Music: https://www.rubiatethefig.com/ Facebo…
 
In 2016, award-winning journalist Erika Hayasaki learned about Isabella and Hà, identical twins who were born in Việt Nam, raised on opposite sides of the world, and reunited as teenagers. Over a period of five years, Hayasaki, a professor in the Literary Journalism Department at the University of California, Irvine, spent hundreds of hours intervi…
 
The brain is arguably one of the most complex objects known to science. How best to understand it? That is a trick question: brains are organized at many levels and attempts to grasp them all through one approach — be it micro, macro, anatomical, behavioral — are destined to leave out crucial insights. What more, thinking “vertically” across scales…
 
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