Wake Up Call Segment Host MK Mendoza speaks with International Advocate and Author Arthur Firstenberg about a Global Day of Protest Against 5G Technology happening tomorrow and why citizens from around the world are increasingly concerned about the implications of this technology. News Director Tom Trowbridge joins MK in the second half to announce other Weekend Happenings.

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KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge gets an update from Santa Fe City Mayor Alan Webber.


The Republican Party of New Mexico weighed-in on Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s State of the State address on Tuesday…. the Party saying the speech was, “A dream of ambitious programs and plans to fund new projects, adding, the governor remains shortsighted on how the state will pay for any of these. She just doesn't get it.”

KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge spoke to one longtime GOP legislator for his thoughts on the 2020 New Mexico Legislative session’s kick-off messaging from the Governor:

Taos News

KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge features Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's 2020 State of the State Address and gets the Republican response.

Daily Lobo

News Director Tom Trowbridge gets an update from Lorene Mills of Report from Santa Fe and her interview with Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham about her first year in office and plans for the future.

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Wake Up Call Segment Host/Producer MK Mendoza takes a look at the introduction of 5G Technology and how it stands to potentially transform life as we know it. Some historians predict it will cause a revolution more drastic than that experienced by the industrial revolution. Starting with complaints from community activists about its unprecedented potential environmental and health effects to the legal implication of it acting as the transport system to usher in the latest in smart technology-communities are speaking out.


Wake Up Call Segment Host/Producer MK Mendoza speaks with Executive Director of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund and Board Member of the Centre for Democratic and Environmental Rights, Thomas Allen Linzey about the role that federal "pre-emption" plays in favoring big industry and tying the hands of local governments. He speaks to how local governments can gain a greater voice and what's required to keep the power in the hands of local communities.

Santa Fe International Film Festival

Santa Fe Independent Film Festival(SFiFF) is the premiere forum for international and independent cinema in the area. Focusing on artistic excellence, SFiFF serves as a creative center for film year-round, and as a showcase of the year's top films each October. SFiFF provides professional opportunities for artists, and unmatched audience participation in the world’s greatest little film city. KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge speaks with Executive Director Liesette Paisner Bailey.


Sandia National Laboratories Director James Peery announced recently that Sandia pumped an all-time high of nearly three-point-seven billion dollars into the economy in fiscal year 2019…. This, by spending on goods, services, payroll, taxes and other payments.  Peery said in a news release that, quoting: “Sandia is proud of the past success but will not rest, we will keep building on these successes and seeking partnerships with highly qualified, diverse suppliers that can contribute to Sandia’s national security mission and spur economic growth in New Mexico and across the country.”

Las Cruces Sun-News

Bringing attention to the needs of New Mexico’s rural communities prior to the upcoming legislative session, Representative Angelica Rubio is on her bicycle… riding to the Roundhouse on what’s being called an “Outside the I” bike tour of southeast and eastern New Mexico. The tour is seven days long with planned stops in the communities of Alamogordo, Ruidoso, Roswell, Vaughn, Clines Corners, Galisteo and ending on the steps of the Roundhouse. The Democrat is speaking to the disconnectedness rural communities feel from their state government in Santa Fe.


Sam Scott Painting Raffle

Through February 27th, you can donate and be entered to win a 20x16 inch oil painting, Bouquet for the Children, by Sam Scott.

This week on HERE & THERE

Monday January 27th - The global frontline in the battle for individual freedom against totalitarian state control is Hong Kong. Resistance in behalf of local democracy and autonomy for Hong Kong within the Chinese nation state continues to stalemate the demands of Chinese leader Xi Jinping. Weekend rallies still bring defiance of the Beijing dictates and a million people to the streetrs. Journalist Benjamin David Haas has been covering the ongoing crisis for The nation…he updates the story,

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