KSFR News

In September, two Santa Fe locals won a national competition for entrepreneurs. Ayla Bystrom-Williams and James Hill went to Chicago for the final round of Miller Lite’s Tap the Future Program, and returned with $200,000 to start their business—an alcoholic kombucha  brewery.

Direct download: HoneyMoon_Brewery1018.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 2:55pm MDT

Yesterday, Senator Martin Heinrich attended a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new commercialization center at Santa Fe Community College. The Senator stopped by KSFR’s studios on the SFCC campus. We asked him about the tech economy, the budget crisis, the STOP act, and more.

Direct download: Heinrich1018.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 2:50pm MDT

Tonight, the Santa Fe Institute holds a community lecture at The Lensic. The subject is uncertainty and contradiction--- in mathematics. KSFR's Jenna Marshall spoke with Jordan Ellenberg for more information.

Direct download: JordanELecture1018.mp3
Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 2:43pm MDT

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