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What better time to acquire a home with a gym and pool than during the new year when we make fitness goals? Add COVID restrictions that can make visiting our local gym difficult or impossible, and it seems now is the time to investigate having an exercise space of your own. The home we’re touring in this issue offers all this and so much more. The owners had it custom built, ensuring every element they desired in a new home … Read More
The Cancer Foundation for New Mexico’s 16th Annual Sweetheart Auction has moved from a one-evening, in-person event to a week-long virtual fundraiser. While the rest of the event will be online, the week’s festivities culminate on February 14 with a live drawing of the winning Dream Vacation Raffle ticket on the portal of the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico offices in Santa Fe. Donations for the auction include 425 lots ranging in price from $15 to $45,000. There are also … Read More
Eggs have been important to humans since we started hunting and gathering. They were a main food staple for early people and they symbolize life, fertility, and rebirth in many cultures to this day. For those like me who grew up in the Southwest, spring celebrations always meant cracking cascarones (confetti eggs) on the heads of friends and family, leaving behind an explosion of color. Many other unique egg decorating traditions have originated all over the world. From Germany and … Read More