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Every year, over Memorial Day weekend, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC) hosts a spectacular line-up of over 200 Indigenous artists, all specially invited to showcase their museum-quality artwork at the Santa Fe Convention Center. A live auction is included in the event – which consists of jewelry, pottery, sculpture, two-dimensional art, fashion, carvings, basketry, beadwork and textiles – with all proceeds from sales going to support the artists and their artistic endeavors. Participating artists represent a wide … Read More
This article originally appeared in 2009 Heading For Truchas Lakes This ledge was narrow, dark and steep….hhmmm wonder what poem that snippet comes from. It does seem to fit the situation. I’m standing on what I think is probably the northern edge of the Truchas Peaks ridge. I headed up a tiny saddle south of North Truchas Peak. Middle and North Truchas Peaks are starring right at me, I’ll need to cross over and down to Truchas Lakes before I’ll … Read More
A Mid-Winter Pause to Reflect | By Snowsports Writer Daniel Gibson Winter seems to have run out of steam, or I should say, condensation. The snow valve has been largely shut off in the Southwest, and the Rockies in general. For instance, Big Sky, Montana reports just a 39-inch base; Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 49 inches at mid-mountain; and Alta, Utah just 41 inches. Cali isn’t any better, with the greatest depth at Squaw Valley — 39 inches at the bottom … Read More