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Just in time to celebrate “National Drink Wine Day” on February 18, the New Mexico Tourism Department (NMTD) launched the New Mexico Wine & Where quiz, an online tool that lets you easily explore the different wine varieties of America’s oldest wine region. Visit www.newmexico.org/wine-and-where to access the quiz. As a fun way to learn the region and support local wineries, the interactive pairing tool prompts you to select from categories like flavor, comfort zone and travel vibe and gives your ideal … 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
From Southern New Mexico north, there are plenty of places to hit the slopes this winter. While Las Cruces may not be a skiing mecca, the slopes of the nation’s southernmost mountain nearing 12,000 feet in elevation — Sierra Blanca Peak near Ruidoso — lie just over two hours away, where the excellent Ski Apache resort awaits. Of course, the ski areas of Central and Northern New Mexico have several destinations for those seeking to quench their on-snow thirsts. However, … Read More