WCQ410 Santa Fe

Host: Amy Matheny

Amy is bringing us to the enchanted city of Santa Fe, New Mexico. She speaks with Keith Toler, the head of Santa Fe Tourism and Convention Center, on the history of Santa Fe. Keith describes the glorious scenery that people will see and the other many tourist attractions. Keith also shares that according to the Advocate, Santa Fe is ranked the 2nd gayest city in the nation. Amy and Keith also discuss Santa Fe being a rich arts and culture community.  Their opera community is one of the largest in the country. Amy also speaks with Justin Nadir of the Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company about being an artist in the Sante Fe community. For more trip information visit

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Music Featured on This Queercast: Newton Faulkner - "Gone in the Morning" and "All I Got"

Photo Credit Loretto Chapel in the Plaza



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