We most often direct our attention to the province of the arts in this sometime column.
Un Poquito Mas
The Acequia Madre Art Auction is not your average, run-of-the-mill art auction fundraiser
When Santa Fe’s Ortega Family Enterprises won the contract to run the food and boat concession at Stow Lake in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park in 2010, an uproar ensued.
What a shock, what a blow, when someone you actually know is hit with a killer disease, one you see in fundraising ads on TV, about other people, elsewhere.
Hedge fund billionaire Louis Bacon’s purchase of Taos Ski Valley earlier this year gets some attention from Forbes magazine in its Nov. 3 issue.
Big boost for Big Brothers, Big Sisters
The first time I went through the Girard Collection at the Folk Art Museum, it was like the proverbial “I thought I died and went to heaven.”
Enjoy spectacular views of high desert scenery at its finest
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.
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.