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In Newspapers & Magazines (Short Form) on June 23, 2010 at 4:21 pm

Taking Dictation

Local pols cheer dead communist ruler

Picture Mr. Rogers stumbling into a James Bond flick. That basically captures the situation of Santa Fe’s affable mayor, David Coss, who just found himself at the center of an international affair involving a corrupt majority-Muslim state, its American Jewish lobbyist, a dead KGB general, Arianna Huffington and British Petroleum.

The saga came to a head shortly after May 10, which Coss had declared “Heydar Aliyev Day” in Santa Fe.

Santa Fe Reporter, June 23, 2010

SFReporter.com follow-up, July 24, 2010

In Newspapers & Magazines (Short Form) on April 10, 2010 at 6:07 pm

The Anti-Wireless Witch Hunt

Many “electrosensitive” individuals have multiple psychiatric disorders, [Denver psychologist Herman] Staudenmayer says. “They have a disorder of belief which, when extreme, is a delusion,” he says. “They’re very vocal. They’re very advocate-oriented. There’s a hotbed [of them] in Santa Fe.”

Santa Fe Reporter, 2009-2010

In Newspapers & Magazines (Short Form), The Web on April 10, 2010 at 12:39 pm

Indian Diplomat Says No Concrete Deal Made In Uranium Talks With Richardson

Last week, SFR reported that Gov. Bill Richardson discussed possible uranium exports to India, a growing nuclear power and US ally, in a meeting with Susmita G. Thomas, India’s Consul General in San Francisco.

Through a spokesperson, Richardson said he “didn’t recall” that aspect of the meeting. But in an email today to SFR, Consul General Thomas adds another confirmation to the nature of the discussions.

SFReeper.com, April 6, 2010

In Newspapers & Magazines (Long Form), Newspapers & Magazines (Short Form) on April 9, 2010 at 6:07 pm

BEHIND CLOSED DOORS

Ongoing Coverage Of Santa Fe’s Domestic Violence Epidemic

[These stories reveal] a shocking persistence of domestic violence, habitual abuse and resistance to meaningful reform at all levels of enforcement and treatment for perpetrators as well as insufficient support for victims.

Santa Fe Reporter, 2009-2010

In Newspapers & Magazines (Long Form), Newspapers & Magazines (Short Form) on February 1, 2010 at 6:12 pm

THE THORNBURG VARIATIONS

Behind Santa Fe’s Devastated Mortgage Company Lies An American Story Of Triumph And Loss

“Investment bankers from New York always got confused: ‘Where? New Mexico? Do I need a passport?’” Ron Chicaferro, who moved from California to join Thornburg, recalls.

Santa Fe Reporter, 2009-2010

In Newspapers & Magazines (Short Form) on October 29, 2008 at 12:32 pm

RELATIVE RISK

The real reason Randy Leonard didn’t get the Police Bureau.

Was [City Commissioner Randy] Leonard suggesting the cops were leaking info about his daughter to pressure him to drop his bid for the Police Bureau?

“I don’t want to talk about her, but yeah,” Leonard said by phone Monday from New York City where he was courting Major League Soccer officials with Portland Timbers owner Merritt Paulson.

Willamette Week, Oct. 29, 2008

In Newspapers & Magazines (Short Form) on August 13, 2008 at 12:38 pm

THOMAS FRANK
The left’s brain on what’s the matter with Obama.

[Pein:] You write that former Seattle Times editorialist Michelle Malkin is “a pundit with the appearance of a Bratz doll but the soul of Chucky.” Which Beltway pundit has the darkest soul?

[Frank:] I’m not going to go there. Some of these guys have a good sense of humor.

Willamette Week, Aug. 13, 2008

In Newspapers & Magazines (Short Form), Photo & Video on November 23, 2006 at 3:42 pm

Deputy apologizes for threatening journalist over MySpace story

It was just another day on the job for journalist Corey Pein, but then it all changed.

“It’s not the kind of thing you get every day,” he said of the threat he received after writing an article about three Richmond County deputies’ MySpace pages.

The threat reads, “Well thanks to your coworker’s thoughtlessness my coworker was terminated.”

“Let’s just hope he doesn’t get caught speeding or stepping out of line. We will be sure to show him how (expletive) life can really be.”

[The deputy was suspended for 30 days.]

Metro Spirit, November 23, 2006