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Helpful Holiday Hacks

In 2007, Dorian Raymer and Douglas Smith, then physicists at the University of California, San Diego, dropped a bit of…
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Dan Gibson

Snow Trax 1 | Nov. 26, 2020

SantaFe.com welcomes snowsports journalist Daniel Gibson and his long-running column, Snow Trax. You'll find a new column here each week…
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Fabulous Flavors of Fall Without Pumpkin

Pumpkin through the centuries In 1796, Amelia Simmons published the first known American cookbook, American Cookery, or the art of…
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Santa Fe Coffee Culture

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular beverages and in a world-class dining destination like Santa Fe, it's no…
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New Mexico’s Pueblos | Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument

Just two hours from Santa Fe is one of New Mexico's historical treasures, Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument. New Mexico’s…
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Great Books for Cooks

I recently finished one of the best books I've ever read by a chef—“Blood, Bones and Butter” by Gabrielle Hamilton,…
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Kris Angelis Plays for 98.1 KBAC

Our very own Chris D chats with Kris Angelis and she plays a few tunes from her successful new album…
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Santa Fe Restaurants | Thanksgiving Takeout in Santa Fe

Thanksgiving in Santa Fe, like everything else this year, is going to be a little different. But that doesn’t mean…
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The State Of The Santa Fe Real Estate Market Oct 2020

In spite of the challenges we are facing in our COVID-19 world, real estate stands out as one of the…
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Our Favorite Pumpkin Treats

Fall is synonymous with spicy, often pumpkin-y, foods and drinks. We asked our writers to share their favorite pumpkin treat…
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bolo ties

The Early Days of Bolo Ties

Such is the story of the earliest bolo (or bola) ties, which starts around 1947. These early pieces are silver isosceles, trapezoid or…
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Skiing in New Mexico | What will the 2020-2021 Season look like?

Ski season in New Mexico is going to be a little different this year. Skiers and snowboarders were certainly expecting…
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