Calendar Highlights, Weekend of February 1

Editor | - February 1, 2013

Our staff picks for the weekend

You want to have a good weekend. We'd like to help. That's why our “crack team” of arts, entertainment and culture editorial “experts” have put together some calendar highlights for this weekend.

Have fun. Be safe. Bueno. (If your events are not featured on the calendar, please consider submitting them so we can include them.)

Our Picks
Lannan Foundation's "In Pursuit of Cultural Freedom" series with Omar Barghouti and Amy Goodman, Friday, Feb. 1 (details)
Andrew says: "Amy Goodman's interview prowess is a perfect complement to Omar Barghouti's important message."

Jorge Aigla poetry reading from new collection, ‘First Lie/Primera Mentira,’ Saturday, Feb. 2 (details)
Bran says: "Poet, martial artist, former medical examiner and current St. John's tutor, Dr. Jorge Aigla is my candidate for 'Most Interesting Man in the World.'"

Boris McCutcheon at Second Street Brewery, original location, Saturday, Feb. 2 (details)
Braden says: "If ever you have plowed your driveway with a box-spring mattress, you'll love listening to this incredible songwriter perform his talented brand of New Mexico folk music."

Big Game Viewing at Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino, Sunday, Feb. 3 (details)
Todd says: "If you don't want to watch the big game in a home setting, this is a fun gathering that will feature some former professional football players in attendance. Go sports!"

Other Highlights

Beats on the Basin with Detroit Lightning -- a Dylan & Dead project: Saturday, Feb. 2 (details)

Catfish Hodge, Blues Legend: Saturday, Feb. 2 (details)

27th Annual Taos Winter Wine Festival's Grand Tasting: Saturday, Feb. 2 (details

Zoe Evans, Local Singer-Songwriter: Saturday, Feb. 2 (details)

Community Labyrinth Walk: Sunday, Feb. 3 (details)