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“White Sentinels” by Patricia Galagan is in the “Fire Season” photo show at the New Mexico Museum of Art. (Courtesy of Patricia Galagan)

NM museum focuses of fire photography

By Kathaleen Roberts / Journal Staff Writer

‘Fire Season’ images depict Las Conchas and Tres Lagunas fires

When one website touted Santa Fe as a great destination for single travelers, it illustrated the city with a photo (not this one) of its iconic cathedral. Perhaps that falls under the category of “peace and serenity” mentioned among the City Different’s attributes. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Albuquerque Journal)

Singles and Santa Fe

By Mark Oswald / Journal Staff Writer

With all the hand-wringing going on in Santa Fe about how unappealing the city is for young people, it comes as a surprise that Bustle.com says we’re one of the seven best destinations for singles.

The Pyramid Cafe on Cordova Road offers Mediterranean and Tunisian cuisine. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

Mediterranean dining that exceeds expectations

By Karen Peterson / For the Journal

Santa Fe is graced by a number of “Mediterranean” restaurants offering variations on the salads, kebabs and casseroles common to the eastern end of that sea.

Nancy Zepeda of Santa Fe has lunch early this month at Dr. Field Goods Kitchen in Santa Fe. Portraits of famous people by local artists hang on the walls. (Greg Sorber/Albuquerque Journal)

Busy venue offers eclectic take on American favorites

By Karen Peterson / For the Journal

Dr. Field Goods Kitchen, just celebrating its two-year anniversary, is a tiny place that showcases American favorites with an imaginative edge.