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‘Sharknado’ Takes Albuquerque on August 2nd

"'Sharknado' will play Albuquerque’s Regal Cottonwood Stadium 16 for one day only Friday, August 2nd. Make that one night only, as it’s a midnight show, one of 200 across the nation."

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Controversy in Collecting Tribal Art

"Santa Fe is full of dealers and collectors of masks and other items. Do they know how these items were procured?"

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Recap: Santa Fe International Folk Art Market Back for 10th Year

The faces of the International Folk Art Market

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Art Beat: July 12, 2013

"This week's show covers new exhibitions at the Center for Contemporary Art Santa Fe and Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art."

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The Lone Ranger Bombs Again!

"Hollywood bomb lightning has struck New Mexico twice now, with two ill-conceived, ill-fated big-budget movie versions of that tale of an ambushed Texas Ranger who returns from the practically dead to become a masked hero with an Indian saddle buddy."

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So Long, Governor Movie—The Passing of David Cargo

"For it was he who mandated the nation’s very first state film commission in 1968..."

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Art Beat: July 5, 2013

"Tonya Turner, co-owner of the Turner Carroll Gallery, with artist Hung Liu, who trained in mural painting at Beijing’s Central Academy during Mao’s Cultural Revolution."

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Santa Fe Opera-tunities: Spend Less, See More

"Now, of course, any rabid operagoer could spend a bundle pigging out on this high-calorie musical menu. But you don’t have to, necessarily. There are ways. Here are a few." | Casey St. Charnez

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Days of Wine and Chile

Tickets for 23rd Annual Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta go on sale July 5 | Todd Eric Lovato

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The Shaky Ground of Tradition

'I’m sure we could all name a host of reasons why we’ve drifted from our traditions...' | José Smith

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The Biennale Arte Venice 2013

"Everyone is impressed and has heard of the beauty of Santa Fe." | Greta Chapin McGill

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The Last Lap: Esther Williams (1921-2013)

Movie star, bathing suit designer and namesake for a line of backyard pools still sold today | Casey St. Charnez

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Art Beat: May 31, 2013

Max Almy and Teri Yarbrow discuss their work in the exhibition Projected. Polly Barton and Alison Keogh reflect on the meticulous processes in their artwork.

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How I Earned My MBA In Haiti From a Woman in Rags—and a Gold Tooth

The gold jewelry market is transitioning from a cash-to-trash economy to a regenerative one | Marc Choyt

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Who you tryin’ to get crazy with ese? Don’t you know I’m “local”?

"Being a genuine local is like being in a really large, crazy family. You don’t have a choice that you’re in it. You spend a lot of time thinking about fleeing from it. But in the end you’ll bleed for it" | José Smith

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Dream Catchers in Vienna

"There they were, hanging happily in the wind in the Stephensplatz. Dream catchers of all sizes and colors." | Greta Chapin McGill

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Who’s Your Daddy? Part Five

Lost in a world of baby toys, diapers and a much-younger wife, while trying to retain my sanity. | Eric Davis

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How to Tell a Santa Fean From a Tourist: Part II

Signs that show you're a local

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New Horizons

"The continent awaits like a new pair of shoes fresh from the box begging to be worn." | Greta Chapin McGill

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Peter Sarkisian’s Video Artistry: The Revolution Will Be Televised, But It Won’t Be On Television

"...an amalgam of video projection..." | Casey St. Charnez

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Art Beat: April 26, 2013

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Joe West & the Santa Fe Revue: ‘Blood Red Velvet’

Chris D weighs in with thoughts on the newest sounds from Frogville Records

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Project Runway: Fashion is Art

'Congratulations to Patricia Michaels. The Lady From Taos is going to NY Fashion Week' | Greta Chapin McGill

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Finding Fenn’s Treasure: An Interpretation of the Poem

| Todd Eric Lovato

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