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Cristina Vigil is shown in a scene from “Cascarones” at Teatro Paraguas in Santa Fe. (Courtesy of Paulo T. Photography)

History pushes and pulls in ‘Cascarones’

Mary Margaret Caceres is an 18-year-old San Antonio, Texas, transit worker who encounters visions of Coronado as she copes with life.

Zozobra ticket sales hit 10,000

SANTA FE – Pre-event ticket sales for tonight’s burning of Zozobra are at about 10,000 – far more than at any time in the event’s 90-year history.

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet offers an encore performance on Saturday.

Our picks for the week

It’s always kind of sad when summer activities draw to a close.

Fiestas present a range of interesting events

The ongoing Fiesta Melodrama and tonight’s burning of Old Man Gloom are far from the only events connected with Santa Fe’s annual Fiestas, which run through Sept. 7.

Robert Taylor stars as Sheriff Walt Longmire in the A&E Network series “Longmire” at Garson Studios on the campus of the Santa Fe University of Art And Design. (Dean Hanson/Albuquerque Journal)

Will ‘Longmire’ ride again?

Fans of canceled show, which is filmed in Santa Fe, are hoping the drama will find a new home on another network

Norma Howard (Choctaw/Chickasaw), from Oklahoma, didn't start painting until she was 36. This work won a best of classification prize for her at Santa Fe Indian Market. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

Award-winning artist got off to a late start

SANTA FE – Norma Howard loved to explore and play in the woods, keeping an eye on her little brother. And she loved drawing almost as soon as she could hold a pencil in her hand.