“Maybe the O’Keeffe purists would be a little surprised that O’Keeffe participated in the advertising campaign for Hawaiian Pineapple Company,” Theresa Papanikolas, curator of European and American art at the Honolulu Museum of Art, tells SFR.
Santa Fe’s pleasure trifecta—otherwise known as the strip mall in the 2800 block of Cerrillos Road—that houses Cheeks, The Locker Room Sports Bar and Arcade News, recently got a little more gangster and a lot more delicious thanks to the arrival of Ortega’s Jerky.
Eisenstaedt was the German-born LIFE magazine photographer responsible for candid photographs featuring the likes of Marilyn Monroe and Jackie Kennedy, as well as the emblematic V-J Day celebration image that features a sailor passionately kissing a nurse in Times Square.
The Santa Fe mayoral race has at time been heated, and on Thursday, it can potentially get slurry as MIX, in partnership with Hutton Broadcasting, presents a debate different, if you will, replete with candidates Bushee and Gonzales, as well as grub by Annapurna and suds from Duel Brewing.
“I went to a conference with a research paper done with all of the women bioenergetic therapists,” Ladas reminisces on the book’s origins. “I went with a paper called ‘From Freud Though Hite: All Partly Right (And Partly Wrong)’ and there’s where I met my co-authors.
Birds do it. Bees do it. Apparently, Barbies do it. And the Reporter has been doing it since 1999. It's our annual celebration of all things love and sex neatly rolled into one safe and sterile package (nasty paper cuts notwithstanding).
“I was kind of fascinated by the fact that even the people that don’t like the founding fathers never say a word about the Constitution,” Quinn tells SFR. “Everyone loves the fuckin’ Constitution!” He found in the document the main inspiration for Unconstitutional.
O’Keeffe’s work in Hawaii is very well known here—there are five paintings in the museum’s collection as well as examples in private collections, and the images have assumed a life of their own in posters and note cards and other gift-shop items.
The area hosts a platter of mom and pop restaurants, casual dining chains, food trucks and gems like Horseman’s Haven Café (4354 Cerrillos Road, 471-5420)—an unassuming temple to New Mexico’s culinary landscape housed next to a filling station.
Not because of the current legislative session or the impending mayor’s race, but because it’s time for Working Classroom—an Albuquerque-based multi-generational artistic community, which Elsasser helms—to stage their annual Roundhouse Comedy Revue.