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The return of spring brings annual rites and traditions, including the celebration of Easter this coming Sunday. Officially a religious holiday, Easter is also celebrated around the world to mark the return of spring, with traditional foods that honor the season. One of the most common Easter foods is the hot cross bun, a spiced sweet bun with currants or raisins marked with icing crosses on top. Some believe the buns date back to ancient Anglo-Saxons who baked small wheat … Read More
We’ve heard from our friends at the Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe and they are putting out a call for artists for the Official 2021 Zozobra Adult and Student Poster and T-shirt images. Read about how Zozobra benefitted the community in 2020 here. This year, 2021, will be the 97th presentation of The Burning of Will Shuster’s Zozobra, Santa Fe’s historic cultural celebration, organized annually by the Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization whose mission it is … Read More
| By Snowsports Journalist Daniel Gibson | Ghostly Ski Areas — Ski Rio | Ever wonder what becomes of ski areas that cease operations? New Mexico has a handful of so-called “ghost ski areas” and I recently stumbled across a fantastic short video about one of them, Ski Rio. Ski Rio was located in the Sangre de Cristos very close to the Colorado border, near the town of Amalia. It operated from 1982– 1990, and again from 1995–2000, and was … Read More