Local News A dozen Santa Fe High School students stood in front of the state Public Education Department today, calling for a meeting with Public Education Department Secretary Hanna Skandera over testing that they say goes too far. ... More
Arts Valve “It’s better that way,” the artist, who flew in to supervise the demolition, says. His trip, layovers and a memorable encounter with customs later, took close to 20 hours. Being present for the momentous occasion was important given that he was a banner man for the ill-fated movement to save the original 19th century CA Fàbregas i de Caralt factory. ... More
Arts Valve The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum is set to unveil Modernism Made in New Mexico, an sublime patchwork of 15 artists who, like O’Keeffe, were deeply inspired by New Mexico, its people, traditions and jaw-dropping vistas. ... More
Classical The other day an old pal recalled a little lecture delivered in this space a few years back. The gist? Will you audiences please, please stop already with those obligatory knee-jerk standing ovations? Save same for the real, rare spine-tingling conce ... More
Classical Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival audiences could do the figuring-out for themselves at noon, Aug. 19, at the Lensic when Yefim Bronfman just about tore our heads off with his reading of Prokofiev’s fresh and fierce sonata. ... More
Back in the summer of 2013 when the revamped Jean Cocteau Cinema was to open its doors, SFR wrote that new owner George RR Martin wanted to kick off the theater’s second coming with Cocteau’s classic La Belle et la Bête.
Raul Garcia is the pen behind Confessions of a Mexpatriate. The play, performed this weekend by actor Mical Trejo, deals with, among other subjects, the syntax of mainstream American media and steadfast heritage norms.
In a candid chat, the Bayonne, NJ, native opened up about his ever-growing memorabilia collection, North Korea, his plans on taking Game of Thrones’ Sibel Kekilli for a night on the town and Monopoly.