When the Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta started in 1991, it was a one-day event with 24 wineries a …
With the slowly sinking sun and the new crispness in the air, it’s time to think “homecoming.”
Unless you’re a passionate follower of chamber music and contemporary composers, you may have never …
Where can you ride a mechanical horse with flapping wings, watch a drag queen slam wrestlers to an arena floor AND geek out to electronic music coordinated with visual images?
Let’s start out this week with a couple of reminders of events we told you about last week, both of which promise gustatory delight.
Marching in formation with his fellow soldiers, one young man yields to his playful nature, looks to the side and sticks out his tongue at the watching camera.
A play based on oral histories from the Rio Puerco Valley, which filled Teatro Paraguas in Santa Fe when it… more »
The critics might have been a little mixed on some of its productions, but audience and donors showed considerable enthusiasm for the Santa Fe Opera this past season.
Tecolote Café will re-open in November at a new site on St. Michael’s Drive, according to an announcement posted on… more »
Have you noticed a bunch of spidery webs clinging to the branches of your hardwoods lately? It appears the fall… more »
More than 130 dogs showed up with their families on Saturday for the second annual “doggy dip” to mark the… more »
Threatened with foreclosure on their rental property, the operators and supporters of Gaia Gardens have formed a community land trust… more »