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.
Un Poquito Mas
On an idyllic Santa Fe summer Sunday afternoon out west on Tano Road, about 40 devoted supporters of Creativity for Peace gathered for “88 Keys X 20 Fingers,”
A few days before Indian Market there’s a middle-aged guy under the portal of the Palace of the Governors, his beautiful jewelry before him on a blanket – you know, the Picture Postcard Indian – wearing Oakley wraparounds and a Washington Redskins cap.
I remember 20 years ago when Las Golondrinas, a fabulous living museum on the cutting edge of Santa Fe and cusp of the past few centuries, found its new executive director in the imposing person of John Berkenfield.
The weather was wacky. The local historical society is a bit crazy (but probably in a good way).
A cynic recently asked me how you know if a charity is for real.
Friday night before Folk Art Market is the very fun Patron Party
The big newspapers around the country apparently haven’t weighed in yet with reviews of this year’s Santa Fe Opera productions.
First, Serve New Mexico … then have a big blast of a party!
How does the ballpark at Fort Marcy, home of the mighty Santa Fe Fuego of the Pecos League, stack up?
Looking for a low-key way to benefit your charity?
Just in the interest of accuracy, Santa Fe and northern New Mexico should issue news alerts on a regular basis that broadcast this basic fact – not every rectangular, flat-roofed building with brown or tan stucco is “adobe.”