When you mention “flamenco” to someone in this country, the foot-stomping, expressive dance probably is the first thing that comes to mind.
Exploring the music of Rumelia is akin to taking a melodic tour from Greece to Turkey, Hungary to the Ukraine, and all points in between and around the Balkans.
Head into the foothills to bask in the talents of a couple of accomplished female writers who are coming to St. John’s College over the next few days.
Pablita Velarde institution negotiating an acquisition
Santa Fe-area residents can get some help in thinking about their future medical care with events scheduled Thursday, April 16,… more »
It sounds like one of those creativity tests: What can you do with a can of food? Eat it —… more »
Normally, when you see chalk drawings on a sidewalk, such as this bunny, house, witch (?) and geometric figures, you… more »
To Jack Loeffler, music is so much more than entertainment.
Production being performed in lobby of theater, creating a more intimate experience
One of the exciting things about Santa Fe is that not only can you see the work of established artists who are nationally and internationally known, but also you can sneak a peek at many up-and-coming creative spirits.
Don’t be surprised if you’ve been buzzed by big propeller planes recently. The Wings of Freedom Tour arrived at the… more »
OK, it’s not threatening to overflow its banks, but the Santa Fe River does have some water trickling down it… more »