the Santa Fe area like?"
general, Santa Fe is an expensive place to live. It is not as
expensive as some larger cities like San Francisco. Housing
costs vary with location, if you want a deluxe apartment near
the Plaza you will pay insane rents. For average places you
might figure on twice the prices in small Midwestern towns.
Fe tends to have a transformational effect on people. It's not
uncommon for people to come to SF to go to one of the alternative
healing schools and leave after graduation with a profound change
in their consciousness.
SF's reputation as a spiritual center, it suffers from high
crime rates and rush hour traffic jams are common. In particular,
cars with California license plates seem to be targets for vandalism.
most parts of the US, conversations about disadvantaged minorities
almost always refer to Hispanics and Native Americans.
I've heard that "santa fe is exclusively for rich people,
very upper crust"
Most people in Santa Fe can't afford to be "Upper Crust". The
"Upper Crust" just gets most of the press.
I've heard that "kindof non-conventional lifestyle - unconventional
and highly artistic lifestyle santa fe embraces diversity..am
Santa Fe's alternative healing community embraces diversity,
as long as your not a conservative. What I mean is that Santa
Fe has a large population of unconventional people, they are
on average just as closed minded as the people in Dubuque, Iowa,
just about different things.
How about "Making a decent living"
This is the hardest thing about getting by in Santa Fe
of Santa Fe are Espanola and Los Alamos. Espanola is sort of
a rural town (haven't spent much time there). At first glance,
Los Alamos seems like a nice small midwestern town. I hear there's
excellent K-12 schools and a very low crime rate. About the
only people who live there are associated with LANL
because it's an expensive place to live and very LANL
can find some of the more general information at the web sites
will be visiting Santa Fe during the week of......What happenings
will be occuring ---?"
Many events aren't advertised until the first of the month.
Request information from the
"Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau"
When you get to Santa Fe, stop at the Wild Oats (health food
store) at the corner of Saint Francis Drive and Cordova. Look
over the bulletin board and pick up any local papers/flyers
that look interesting.
Also check the boards at the main public library located downtown
at the corner of Washington Ave. & Marcy Ave.
me information about ----."
Wellness Zone is a community service project. To receive information
about the schools you have to contact them directly. The contact
information is included on each organization's page.
am trying to find information about a Spa, I believe the name
was Japanese ??????, can you help me??"
add a link to my great web site."
take a look at a new site that I think would fit in very nicely
in your site:
than local organizations, I usually only make links to sites
having a significant information content that's useful independent
of advertising. If you add such information to your site let
do I treat my ----- ?"
probably don't know and in any case I don't offer medical advice
over the internet.
happened to the Santa Fe Sun?"
many years the Sun had the most comprehensive coverage of Santa
Fe's alternative health scene. Shortly after changing owners,
it's racks disappeared along with it's office, phone number,
and web site. (Spring