Zozobrafest Plans 60s Music Tribute Friday

Aug 30, 2018

The annual burning of Old Man Gloom takes place on Friday, August 31 at Fort Marcy Park in Santa Fe.  The tradition, started in 1924, enters its 94th year in 2018.

KSFR'S Wake Up Call For August 30, 2018

Aug 30, 2018

On today's Wake-Up Call, investigative reporter Ellen Berkovitch discusses the Pennyslvania Grand Jury report on pedophile priests with Terry Mckiernan of Bishop Accountability…also, KSFR’s Ellen Lockyer covered Wednesday night's marathon Santa Fe City Council meeting and has reports on the city's growing police officer shortage as well as feedback received on the city's decision to end support of the Santa Fe Fiesta-related entrada pageant.

The Santa Fe Police Department has provided the following information regarding the annual burning of Zozobra at Fort Marcy Park on Friday, August 31, 2018:


• MURALES ROAD • Closes at 6 AM from the east of fire station to the tennis courts

• Closes at 4 PM from Bishop's Lodge Road to the tennis courts

• Closes completely at 5 PM from Bishop's Lodge Road to Old Taos Highway

• BISHOP'S LODGE ROAD • Closes at 4 PM

Albuquerque Journal

Democratic nominee in New Mexico House District 46 Andrea Romero has no GOP opposition in the November general election, but she does have a write-in opponent, Democrat Heather Nordquist (See Wake-Up Call on August 22, 2018). Wake-Up Call host Tom Trowbridge questions Romero about her campaign.

On today’s Wake-Up Call, host Tom Trowbridge speaks live with Democratic nominee for House District 46 Andrea Romero; Also on the program: you’ll hear about a proposed Santa Fe City Council resolution supporting a ‘MAID,’ or Medical Aid in Dying law in New Mexico; Friday’s burning of Old Man Gloom Zozobra, and we’ll have the marketplace morning report and a local news update.

KSFR'S Wake Up Call For August 28, 2018

Aug 28, 2018

On today’s Wake-Up Call, Tom Trowbridge reports on a recent New Mexico legislative committee meeting where the pros and cons of legalizing cannabis were discussed. Also on the program, John Shannon speaks at length with Galisteo based painter and poet Catherine Ferguson; KSFR correspondent Martha Burk has a timely feature, and Santa Fe author and consultant Rob Reider discusses his vision for a better community with Tom Trowbridge.

KSFR'S Wake Up Call For August 27, 2018

Aug 27, 2018

On today’s KSFR Wake-Up Call: Santa Fe County Deputy Manager Tony Flores discusses with host Tom Trowbridge Wednesday’s Santa Fe County Community Meeting regarding the new County Administration Complex and Restoration Project. Also on the program: You’ll hear about the Legislature’s crime reform subcommittee meeting last week; and the New Mexican’s Steve Terrell weighs-in on New Mexico politics.

Reducing Albuquerque’s high rate of crime was the focus of a day-long meeting in the Duke City Friday. KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge reports:



On Monday's Wake-Up Call, Tom Trowbridge talks about recent political developments with the Santa Fe New Mexican’s reporter and columnist, Steve Terrell:

Santa Fe County has been working toward a new County Administration Complex on the corner of Catron and Griffin street and a restoration of the current County Administration Building at 102 Grant Ave. On KSFR’s Wake-Up Call this morning, Tom Trowbridge discussed the project and the meeting with Deputy Santa Fe County Manager, Tony Flores:


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MONDAY September 17 - A California jury has ordered Monsanto to pay a high school groundskeeper named Dewayne (Lee) Johnson $289 million, because Monsanto never warned Johnson that the weed-killer Roundup could give him cancer. Carey Gillam wrote the investigative book Whitewash: The Story of a Weed Killer, Cancer and the Corruption of Science. TUESDAY September 18 - 2018 – a tough year for Brazil to choose a new President. The economy’s terrible, violent crime is rampant, and man who led all...

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