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‘Colors of the Southwest’ covers open landscapes by a who’s who of NM artists

SANTA FE – Artists have flocked to New Mexico’s kaleidoscope of color and light for generations.


  • Comatose con job: ‘Focus’ is a feeble attempt by the creators of ‘I Love You Phillip Morris’
  • Dining

  • Diner of deliciousness: Located in an unassuming strip mall, Joe’s serves a variety
  • Music

    Solo guitarist Jeremy Mayne will perform a Lenten concert on March 20.

    Lenten concerts take over March Fridays

    The state premiere of James MacMillan’s dramatic song of Christ’s agony centers the third annual “Fridays in Lent” series at the Cathedral of St. John.

  • Music is very important for fast flamenco footwork
  • Brentano String Quartet prefers to play as an ensemble
  • Recital covers late sonatas of Haydn, Mozart and more
  • Arts

    Museum lecture to focus on tea leaves

    The Albuquerque International Association will host a public lecture by Robin Scala titled “The Traveling Tea Leaf – A Global Journey” at 3 p.m. March 8 at the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History, 2000 Mountain NW.

  • MasterWorks show calls for miniatures
  • Co-authors discuss NM pueblo baseball
  • Historian to speak about Mexican rule
  • TV

  • Willow Shields joins ‘DWTS’ cast
  • Calendar

    Things to do today

    See what events are taking place around the state today.


  • Sonic Youth founder tells of life in art
  • Cooking

  • Dinnertime important to share with kids
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