Norma Howard loved to explore and play in the woods, keeping an eye on her little brother. And she loved… more »
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Her husband kept urging her to make a larger rug, telling her he knew she could do it, while he… more »
Lovers of Native American art will get a double dose of works ranging from the traditional to the contemporary this weekend.
Orlando Dugi takes stars invoked in tribal ceremonies and sprinkles them on shimmering silks in the guise of beads and sequins that wink in pinpoints of light.
Oh, I know, with the hordes descending on the Plaza for Indian Market, perhaps with a side trip to the Indigenous Fine Art Market in the Railyard, you’d think nothing is happening in town this weekend but the buying and selling of Native art.
Back in the ’70s, a bunch of pickers who were interested in playing Americana, bluegrass and old-time music started gathering in Madrid, at the ballpark and other sites.
Tony Bennett is one of the greats when it comes to performing.
The Reckless Kelly show has been cancelled
Odds are if you see The Avett Brothers live you will hear plenty of new music.
It’s been two years since Lila Downs released her last album, “Pecados y Milagros.”
Ever-popular singer/songwriter Patty Griffin is coming back to Santa Fe with a concert Nov. 7 at the James A. Little… more »
Two-time Grammy award winner and Taos Pueblo native Robert Mirabal will team up with fellow Native American musician Robby Romero… more »