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.
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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.
When you mention “flamenco” to someone in this country, the foot-stomping, expressive dance probably is the first thing that comes to mind.
Pablita Velarde institution negotiating an acquisition
In their cheeky black-and-white video, duoW upstages a Marilyn Monroe wanna-be, stabbing her with a bow to the strains of “Stars and Stripes Forever.”
“The New Electric Ballroom” lures three sisters and a fishmonger into a rhapsody of memory and loss.
Paintings by California-based artists hang with works from NM painters
Ripe with intrigue, bruised egos and self-flagellation, Sibelius’ sole violin concerto crowns the Santa Fe Symphony program at the Lensic Performing Arts Center Sunday, April 12.
To Jack Loeffler, music is so much more than entertainment.
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.
Sarah Mohr, 28, a single mother of one, wears many hats while working at Taberna, a Basque-inspired restaurant downtown.
Production being performed in lobby of theater, creating a more intimate experience