April 19, 2014

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Her Daily Bread

Sam McBride is the toastess with the mostess

Arts Valve Rye, wheat, cinnamon raisin and beyond done in Sharpie, graphite pencil and ballpoint pen populate McBride’s artistic breadbasket. ... More

April 15, 2014 by Enrique Limón 0 Comments

Inside George RR Martin’s Own Wedding

The affair was quaint and neither red nor purple

Pop Culture If any lesson can be extracted from season three of Game of Thrones’ infamous Red Wedding and its purple counterpart, aired last night during season four’s “The Lion and the Rose,” is that George RR Martin hates nuptials. ... More

April 14, 2014 by Enrique Limón 0 Comments

Gabriel García Márquez: 15 Essential Quotes

The Nobel Prize-winning author died today at 87

Art Features Macondo and the world of literature mourns one of its brightest beacons. Colombian novelist Gabriel García Márquez died today at the age of 87 at his Mexico City home. ... More

April 17, 2014 by Enrique Limón 0 Comments

One for the Books

Get ready for World Book Night

Art Features On World Book Night, April 23, volunteers across the country and beyond distribute free books to light or non-readers. ... More

April 15, 2014 by Zoe Haskell 0 Comments

On Key

New Railyard public art project is simply grand

Arts Valve Seventeen-year-old CJ Andrews has a vision for the Railyard. It involves artist-embellished pianos that anyone can come up to and tickle. ... More

April 08, 2014 by Enrique Limón 0 Comments

Game Day

GoT mastermind gets own day, says season four is laden with “a fair amount of sex”

Art Features Mayor Javier Gonzales channeled his inner Jaime Lannister on Saturday morning at Sanbusco Market Center when he wielded a sword to cut the ceremonial ribbon in the proclamation of George RR Martin Day. ... More

March 31, 2014 by Enrique Limón 0 Comments

¡Ajúa!

Metalachi’s road to fame is paved with Selena, boobs and “love juice”

Arts Valve Vega De La Rockha sounds harsh. It’s 1 pm on a Thursday, and he’s just rolling out of a motel bed somewhere in the outskirts of Austin. “It was a crazy night last night, man,” De La Rockha says.
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April 01, 2014 by Enrique Limón 0 Comments

Filmed in Stereo

Crowdfunding project aims to illustrate, educate

Arts Valve A documentary in the works titled This is a Stereotype is slated to address head on “the misunderstanding and perpetuation of stereotypical myths.”  ... More

March 25, 2014 by Enrique Limón 0 Comments

Second to None

SFAI program enlightens, two-and-a-half minutes at a time

Arts The Santa Fe Art Institute gathers a small fraction of artists-in-residence every quarter, and asks them to speak about their work. ... More

March 25, 2014 by Zoe Haskell 0 Comments

Gingham Style

New art show proves it’s hip to be square

Picks Artist Nina Mastrangelo has found inspiration in the pattern, and this Saturday presents Plaid All Over, an interdisciplinary exhibit that features works by over 40 artists and celebrates all things plaid. ... More

April 08, 2014 by Enrique Limón 0 Comments

A Long Time Ago

In a tribe far, far away...

Picks On Friday the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, in partnership with the Navajo Nation Museum, presents Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope dubbed in Navajo. 
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April 15, 2014 by Enrique Limón 0 Comments

Other Bands Play, These Bands Kill!

Get ready for March of DethFest

Picks Whether or not it’s apparent on the surface, there’s a thriving metal scene in and around Santa Fe and Albuquerque.
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March 25, 2014 by Alex De Vore 0 Comments

Wax On!

Get hip to encaustic art

Picks Douglas Mehrens’ lifelong fascination with encaustic art started some 30 years ago, when he combined crayons with a burning candle. ... More

April 02, 2014 by Enrique Limón 0 Comments
 
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