KSFR-FM Radio – The Arts



In September 2015 I began contributing to KSFR-FM, Santa Fe Public Radio, as a talk radio host and freelance news radio producer. I contributed 14 show segments to Santa Fe Radio Café from September 22d to October 27th. I reported and interviewed experts on the refugee crisis in Europe, on issues of education, on the growth and qualities of cities, and on cultural subjects. I was asked to be a news reporter for News at Noon, the daily news show, at the same time. I have been reporting on the breaking environmental news about the proposed reopening of the Mt. Taylor Mine in southwestern New Mexico. I have reported and produced five news features for the Santa Fe news show, News at Noon, from September 22d to December 18th. The news links are included here:

The Arts:

October 29, 2015

Donald Rubinstein, artist and musician, describes his multifaceted creative process.

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October 15, 2015

Jacques Paisner leads the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival. Actor and musician Gary Farmer has been on SFIFF’s board since the festival launched.

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October 8, 2015

Ellen Berkovitch has a conversation with Katie Becker about directing Ariel Dorfman’s Death and the Maiden in Albuquerque.

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October 1, 2015

Land art patron Virginia Dwan appears in James Crump’s new documentary, Troublemakers.

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