A compendium of what publications, websites, bloggers and just plain outsiders are saying about Santa Fe and northern New Mexico
Un Poquito Mas
I saw a lot of people I knew standing in the soup lines Saturday at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center at the 21st Annual Souper Bowl.
I was standing up on stage at the “Leaders of the Lensic” party, fantasizing about what it would have been like to be Judy Garland just belting it out in front of these lights.
Usually, when journalists write about a politician (or the Santa Fe County public works director) going to Las Vegas, Nev., it’s not good news.
Standin’ on the corner in Winslow Arizona, such a fine sight to see, and the old Harvey Hotel is where you’ll probably be!
Imagine a bowl of cereal or a peanut butter sandwich for your Thanksgiving dinner.
Anyone writing a book on the living history of Santa Fe should have been among the 165 folks at Hote …
We most often direct our attention to the province of the arts in this sometime column.
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.