Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: Baby shower for a low-income family
By Laura Marrich [ Thu May 17 2012 2:49 PM ]
Usually, the Found on Santa Fe Craigslist blog is reserved for tongue-in-cheek repostings of ridiculous Southwest furniture, unicorn mirrors, semi-used magical equipment and the like. But this one isn’t. I’d just like to share this woman’s request for help with diapers, a double stroller and a baby swing. Her husband’s work hours were cut, and they’re expecting a medically unforeseen visit from the stork. If you have a little to spare, two struggling parents in Santa Fe county could use it.
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: white cat ($50)
“Beautiful white cat. I know that it is old, but not sure how old. It is a beautiful cat for those cat lovers!”
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: Wobbly black metal shelf seeks good home (free)
By Laura Marrich [ Mon Apr 23 2012 3:57 PM ]
Have a heart for this poor black metal shelf. A young newly-wed couple got it as a wedding present, wife told the husband to put it togehter, husband "kinda" put it together, using only half the required number of screws, and then a year later it was out on the curb, where I rescued it. Nothing fundamentally wrong with it, except it dances its hips more than the King himself, because it's missing half its screws. Please, take it home, do something useful with it.
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: bronze Yoda statuette ($600)
By Laura Marrich [ Mon Mar 12 2012 9:18 PM ]
“Of Yoda Star Wars this a bronze statue. 3-5/8 inches tall mounted on oak base. Nice addtion to any collection, would this be. One of kind, have found another not. See in person to apreciate, asking $600 must. Hmmmmmm.”
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: Garbage Pail Kids cards ($600)
By Laura Marrich [ Thu Feb 23 2012 1:41 PM ]
This Taos-area vendor is “selling all of my garbage pail kids cards that i collected them since i was 7.” For six Benjamins, the entire binder is yours.
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: Organic farm formerly operated by Seeds of Change
By Laura Marrich [ Wed Feb 1 2012 3:37 PM ]
Remember when Santa Fe-based organic seed/food company Seeds of Change got bought out by behemoth Mars, Inc? And everyone said it was just a cynical green-washing PR ploy? And they were right, because Mars shut the farm down and moved operations completely out of state, but retained the company’s made-from-scratch brand and feel-good history for itself?
You can buy that farm. It’s on 14 acres in El Guique, just north of Española. The property comes with a residence, two green houses, a 5,000 square-foot processing building and an apple orchard. And it’s certified organic.
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: “Unique Unicorn Mirror” ($30, must drive to Taos for pickup)
By Laura Marrich [ Thu Jan 26 2012 5:16 PM ]
“Ready for hanging,” enthuses the seller. Look closely and you’ll see the soul of the former owner trapped inside!
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: red and black cotton bolero vests ($5 each)
By Laura Marrich [ Tue Sep 6 2011 12:00 PM ]
Twinsies Day at work is double the fun with this fetching pair of matching vests. Achieving that oh-so-Santa Fe look (American-
These attractive bolero vests are cotton and made in India.
Spot The Old School’s terrific new class/logo
By Laura Marrich [ Wed Jul 27 2011 1:55 PM ]
I’ll give you a hint.
It kind of sounds like “dawn shredder.”
That’s right. It’s none other than Don Schrader and his iconic shorts. The unofficial mayor of Albuquerque is partnering with The Old School on a series of classes on ... well, I suppose you could call it home ec for anarchists.
The classes are, appropriately, free and will take place at Don’s house on Aug. 8, 15, 23 and 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Better sign up now.
Found on Santa Fe Craigslist: Penthouse magazine collection ($10,000)
By Laura Marrich [ Thu Mar 3 2011 12:22 PM ]
Yup. Ten grand for a stack of used, pre-Brazilian-wax porno.
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