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516 ARTS exhibit focuses on Floyd D. Tunson’s fun, introspective view at the world

The vibrant hues of Floyd D. Tunson sing and scream beneath the shadow of Ferguson, Mo.



  • ‘Disappearance’ is about lost souls trying to find their way after a tragedy
  • Dining

  • Try a meal in The Love Apple’s restful setting
  • Music

  • Christmas comes early to ABQ, thanks to Gracias Choir
  • Indian sarod maestro divides the world’s music into two camps
  • Baroque Players perform timeless Bach
  • Arts

    Josh Baca of the Tex-Mex band Los Texmaniacs laughs after playing "Sweet Child O' Mine" by Guns N' Roses at Globalquerque on Saturday. Baca, originally from Albuquerque, lives in San Antonio and tours with the band. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

    Fun-filled fiesta

    The National Hispanic Cultural Center’s grounds were a swirl of color Saturday as musicians, jugglers and dancers gathered for the last day of Globalquerque, an annual music festival featuring artists from across the world.

  • Artists transcend traditional techniques
  • Artists to sell lanterns at Harvest Festival
  • Santa Fe Independent Film Fest to honor MacLaine
  • TV

  • Color lines blurred in new ABC comedy ‘black-ish’
  • Calendar

    Things to do today

    See what events are taking place around the state today.