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Book Signing and Discussion

Travel Bug Bookstore and Coffee Shop welcomes Mark H. Cross, author of the Encyclopedia of Santa Fe and Northern New…
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Road Trip | Relive The Last Escape of Billy the Kid!

Lincoln Historic Site will once again come alive with the return of Old Lincoln Days and The Last Escape of…
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Write Haiku | Reduce Stress

Santa Fe Community College Library presents an online workshop titled Contemporary Haiku and Short Forms: How to Write Flash Poems…
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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,…
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Albuquerque Museum | Another World

The Albuquerque Museum hosts Another World: The Transcendental Painting Group, June 26 – September 26, 2021. Initiated in Taos in…
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Salon El Zaguán | Fred Friedman

Historic Santa Fe Foundation presents the June Salon El Zaguán with Fred Friedman who will speak on The Lamy Branch…
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Truman & Tennessee @ Violet Crown

Violet Crown Cinema brings Lisa Immordino Vreeland’s film festival favorite Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation to the big screen…
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Fajada Butte in New Mexico

Midsummer Traditions: Celebrating the Longest Day of the year

Rituals celebrating the beginning and end of the seasons are as old as mankind. Among them is the age-old observance…
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May Stevens: Mysteries, Politics, and Seas of Words | SITE Santa Fe

May Stevens (1924-2019): Mysteries, Politics, and Seas of Words includes paintings from 1964 – 2008, a full collection of Heresies:…
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Mary Weatherford: Canyon – Daisy – Eden | SITE Santa Fe

Over the last three decades, Los Angeles-based artist Mary Weatherford has developed a rich and diverse painting practice: from early…
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easter hot cross buns

A Short History of Easter Eats Around the World

The return of spring brings annual rites and traditions, including the celebration of Easter this coming Sunday. Officially a religious…
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bolo ties

The Early Days of Bolo Ties

Such is the story of the earliest bolo (or bola) ties, which starts around 1947. These early pieces are silver isosceles, trapezoid or…
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