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Green Fire Times
c/o Southwest Learning Centers, Inc.
P.O. Box 8627
Santa Fe, NM 87504-8627

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Publisher: Southwest Learning Centers, Inc. | 505.989.8898

Editor-in-Chief: Seth Roffman |  505.982.3481

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  1. Excellent work environmentalist. I am sad that I cannot get your paper where I live. I used to get it at The Grill in Edgewood. Please tell me where to find it in the East Mountains. If you need someone to drive a load of your papers to 87015 I volunteer. Please reply to my email address. Thanks and keep up the work of change……Barbara

  2. I picked up your paper while visiting Taos with a plan to move here from southern Oregon. I am very impressed with the quality fo articles. Please notify me of new posts. Thank you!

  3. May I obtain an official quote for 1/4 page, six issues starting ASAP made out to:

    Tri-County Farmers Market
    P.O. Box 1402
    Las Vegas, NM 87701

    Thank you.

    Gwen Mascarenas
    Tri-County Farmers Market
    P.O. Box 1402
    Las Vegas, NM 87701

    copy to follow

  4. Dear Editor,
    As the legislative session rolls on, bills with monikers such as “Prevailing Wage” and “Right to work” are moving forward. The movers behind these bills would have you believe that this legislation has the best interests of workers and the middle class in mind. NOTHING could be further from the truth.
    Prevailing Wage legislation would slash wages for construction and trades jobs on state projects such as roads and school construction. Along with increasing workers and family’s needs for financial assistance, lowered tax revenue due to lower wages would decrease for the state.
    Right to work laws would damage the workers ability, rights, and freedom to collectively bargain for wages that benefit all New Mexican’s, especially, non-union jobs.
    Representatives and Senators that support this are not supporting the people, they are supporting an idea that would decrease the earning power of NM workers and that that is what is best for the middle class.
    Legislator’s votes are a matter of record. It can be assured that those who vote for and against this legislation that hurts New Mexico’s families will have the truth of their actions revealed to the public during the upcoming elections. And when those individuals stand up and speak to their constituents they will be asked to explain their actions. We, the people, will not forget!

    Brian Breitag
    Las Cruces

  5. Press Release / Public Service Announcement
    Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry invites every one of all ages to celebrate New Mexico’s Centennial Speaker & Living History Series
    Families, Students & Faculties of History & Social Sciences, Performance & Cinematic Arts, will be enchanted to see and hear New Mexico history come alive.
    Doña Tules: Gambling Queen of Santa Fe
    Performers: VanAnn Moore and Dr. Andre Garcia-Nuthman
    KiMo Theatre 423 Central Avenue NW Albuquerque NM 87102 (505) 768-3544
    Wednesday, April 11th Curtain: 7:00pm Doors: 6:30pm
    Free Admission (seating is on first come basis)

    The famous 19th century gambling hall of Doña Tules was patronized by soldiers, merchants, traders, conspirators, priests, and dignitaries. This “rags-to-riches” story told from this Spanish woman’s perspective with drama and music that will capture your heart. A Meet and Greet will follow the performance.

    This performance is being filmed by students, amateurs and professionals to highlight areas of the forthcoming feature film, “New Mexico, the musical”. The historical musical is being proposed as a supplement to New Mexico’s tourism promotion available in museums, libraries and cultural attractions. Most significantly, it is being developed as enrichment to the New Mexico history curriculum with lesson plans and academic activities for high school and college students.
    Had it not been for Doña Tules, the U. S. Army and Colonel Steven Kearny would have been halted in their tracks, not able to proceed to Santa Fe, on their march to old Mexico and California. Governor Manuel Armijo would have retained his power in the Mexican territory. As a gambling hall salon owner on the Santa Fe Trail, Doña Tules came into possession of riches and knowledge, becoming a peddler of influence and indulgences, playing a momentous role in confluence of events that led to statehood, a remarkable accomplishment for an impoverished Hispanic woman while living under the flags of three nations. According to noted New Mexico historian, Marc Simmons, “Doña Tules was the most influential woman in territorial New Mexico.” Now, more than a century later, the time has arrived to pay tribute to Doña Maria Gertrudes Barcello (Tules). Cast and crew auditions are being scheduled to commence this year.
    “New Mexico, the musical”, book, music, and lyrics by Native American, James (Jaybird Sallateeska) Stewart, (Shawnee/Cherokee)
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