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What would summer be without cold mountain water to help you beat the heat? Whether you seek to swim in a lake, cool off with wondrous waterfalls, enjoy boating, river rafting or angling for trout in a rushing river, summertime in northern New Mexico offers majestic places to have fun in water. From the mighty Rio Grande, the longest river in the Land of Enchantment, to scenic Abiquiú Lake, where 200 million year-old fossils have been found, our high-desert rivers, … Read More
Veronica Ortiz had dreamed of owning a paleta store and when she and her husband, John, stopped at the Paleta Bar in Bernalillo, they decided they wanted in. Just over a year later, they are co-owners of three Paleta Bars as well as a Paleta Bar Café in Albuquerque, along with their partners, Marcos and Yesica Palafox. So, what is a paleta? Basically, John explains, “paleta” is what an ice pop is called in Mexico. But the Paleta Bar doesn’t … Read More
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