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Coronado Historic Santa Fe New Mexico
Coronado is an archaeological site in New Mexico that is part of the State-governed Museum of New Mexico system. It is located along New Mexico Highway 550, 1 mile west of Bernalillo and 16 miles north of Albuquerque.

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Midsummer Traditions: Celebrating the Longest Day of the year
Fajada Butte in New Mexico

Rituals celebrating the beginning and end of the seasons are as old as mankind. Among them is the age-old observance of the summer solstice, or midsummer. In the Northern Hemisphere, the summer solstice takes place when the sun reaches its highest point in the sky, marking the longest day of the year. In 2021, that will occur on Sunday, June 20. The word “solstice” is derived from the Latin word solsistium — sol (sun) and sistium (stand still) — because … Read More

Museum of the Sixties

The Museum of the Sixties, a summer pop-up exhibit at Edition ONE Gallery, opens with a reception Friday, July 9, from 5 – 7 p.m. at 76 E. San Francisco St. in Santa Fe, above Overland Sheepskin Co. The exhibit will then be open Thursday through Monday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with a suggested donation of $10. Children under 12 are admitted free of charge. The Museum of the Sixties Lisa Law’s collections of photos and memorabilia are … Read More

Books From the Land of Enchantment

New Mexico has long inspired storytellers. From the early native people who passed down stories to their descendants to tellers of cuentos, Spanish Colonial tales, followed by a steady stream of novelists, poets and nonfiction authors, the region has provided a profound sense of creativity, with majestic mountains, endless views, a unique blend of cultures and remote ruggedness. Writers have long been drawn to New Mexico, and they’ve extolled the region in novels, poetry, essays, articles, plays, nonfiction and more.  … Read More