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About Us

The Santa Fe New Mexican has covered the life and times of the oldest capital city in the United States since 1849, making the family-owned company the oldest daily newspaper west of the Mississippi River.

The New Mexican has earned a reputation for the type of hard-hitting and serious reporting that few local or regional publications nationwide can offer. Readers of The New Mexican expect and receive insightful news, analysis and opinion journalism complemented by innovative digital features that convey the vibrancy of Santa Fe.

As The New Mexican has built a reputation for its news coverage, Pasatiempo is the unmatched leader in arts and culture throughout the region. The nationally-acclaimed weekly magazine is a must-read for anyone seeking to understand the extraordinary creative energy that brings millions to Northern New Mexico each year.

Each issue overflows with a unique mix of thought-provoking stories and reviews that span the worlds of music, dance, theater, literature, architecture, dining and exhibitions.

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