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Greenness Extension

Color your winter with a cold frame, hoop house or greenhouse

Winter Guide There are many people who believe, with some justification, that Santa Fe is in the twilight zone. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, however, Santa Fe straddles zones 6a and 5b, but most...

Wednesday, November 10, 2010 Zane Fischer

Artistically Gifted

Give gifts that keep on giving—and are pretty

Winter Guide For your holiday shopping convenience, we present a few of Santa Fe’s holiday shows, as well as which types of people on your gift list we think they’d best accommodate.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010 Rani Molla

A MidWinter Night's Drag Show

Give your tired holiday party a makeover

Winter Guide Ah, the holiday season: that magical time of year when snow falls, children laugh and raw eggs aren’t just a salmonella-carrying, old-timey hangover remedy; they’re part of the cause.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010 Ramon A Lovato

Making Spirits Bright

Christmas carols are more than just pretty tunes

Winter Guide We all know the story or, at least, most of us do. Toward the end of the year in AD 1, a bunch of shepherds and wise men all went to Bethlehem to see a pretty special baby born to a virgin in a hay loft. The No...

Wednesday, November 10, 2010 Charlotte Jusinski

Merry, Merry Music

Holiday Music Calendar

Winter Guide Holiday music is a subtle art. For some people, energetic carols and traditional Christmas tunes are the seasonal fare. Others go in for more subdued sacred choral works, while yet others prefer a variety of cl...

Wednesday, November 10, 2010 Ramon A Lovato

Brave Faces

Frank Buffalo Hyde turns the commodified tables

Winter Guide Frank Buffalo Hyde illustrates the cross-contamination of his Native heritage with pop culture icons. A typical composition includes a depiction of a Native figure or artifact juxtaposed with a mass-produced ob...

Wednesday, November 18, 2009 John Photos

Winter Guide 2009

Chill Out

Winter Guide An early pre-Halloween snowfall in Santa Fe sent us all scurrying into our sweater drawers and required the reluctant firing up of pilot lights around town. While November returned us to more moderate temperatu...

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Heaven Is a Lonely Place

And hard to get to—that’s the point for backcountry skiers

Winter Guide In 1984, Mark Mortier and a few friends crossed over the top of Santa Fe’s Lake Peak in flimsy leather ski boots, with skinny, 7-foot-long telemark skis thrown over their shoulders. They clipped at the to...

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 Justin Nyberg

Go Toward the Light

New Mexico stargazing offers spectacular sights this winter

Winter Guide The day before riding the Star Train, I sat down to lunch with Peter Lipscomb and Robert Hoyle, two self-proclaimed “astrononerds” who spend their days talking about the skies and their nights gazin...

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

Double Trouble

It’s not where you’re going, it’s how you skate there

Winter Guide Fifteen sets of skates for 15 pairs of stockinged skaters’ feet make a 50-mile journey three to five times a week. This is the story of prospective ice-skaters’ introduction into the high-stakes wor...

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 Rani Molla
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