Sept. 21, 2017
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Sam in Santa Fe

From the Mailbox of a Great American Playwright

Features Dressed in a longsleeved button-down and dark jeans, Sam Shepard, seated in the north room of the Santa Fe Institute library, dropped his hands from a handsome, clean-shaven jawline onto a portable Olympia type...

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 Eric Killelea

Alcina Review

The blurred lines between fantasy and reality

Opera George Frideric Handel’s beguiling opera Alcina premiered in London in 1735 in a 1,800-seat theater at the Covent Garden Theatre set on the site of the current Royal Opera House.

Monday, July 31, 2017 Eric Killelea

Art in the Time of Protest

How Standing Rock inspired new Native-owned gallery

Art Features Even at the trendy Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival in May, Zoë Urness stood out.

Monday, July 3, 2017 Eric Killelea

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?

Meow Wolf critics contemplate art vs. entertainment conundrum

Art Features After all the artists’ work, all the praise, all the money generated for Santa Fe and New Mexico—after all that, how do we see Meow Wolf and the House of Eternal Return? Is the collective making art?

Wednesday, June 28, 2017 Eric Killelea


Summer Guide Santa Fe has an eclectic roster of visual art galleries that are constantly opening locally and internationally renowned works, and you could easily spend a lifetime exploring them. Good thing we’re here to g...

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Eric Killelea

In Defense of Books

Proposed federal budget would slim down resources for state, rural and tribal libraries

Local News During the New Mexican summers of her youth, Valerie Nye rode the morning bus with her sister and mother to the public library in downtown Albuquerque.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 Eric Killelea


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