It’s time for the annual ode to spring. If Journal North had a Jules Feiffer, we’d celebrate with squiggly dancers… more »
When twin sisters Beverly Ireland and Bernette Jarvis got hired to wait tables in the 1950s, they never expected to gain any fame by doing so.
I am not a morning person. Never have been.
Since he started the Encaustic Art Institute five years ago, Douglas Mehrens has been imagining a space in the heart of Santa Fe for exhibitions and education about the ancient wax technique.
We hate to focus too much on the Lensic, but that performing arts center has a heck of a week coming up.
If clear blue colors and drops of water catch your eye on the back of a bus someday soon, you… more »
Spring breakers have another reason to head to northern New Mexico. With what Taos Ski Valley publicists call “epic” snow… more »
Moving Arts Española is getting a new performance space. In an agreement with TSAY Corporation of Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo and… more »
SANTA FE – An optimist, a seer, a magnetic personality and a self-described phoenix – …
An optimist, a seer, a magnetic personality and a self-described phoenix — that is how family and friends are remembering… more »
After 11 years in Santa Fe, Ron Bloomberg has absorbed enough of the quirks particular to this town …
“Pottery of the U.S. South: A Living Tradition” exhibition at the Museum of International Folk Art