The origins of the nefarious date's pejorative connotations are unclear, but a lot of folk seem to agree that there's just something weird about Friday the 13th. No big—you can just go about your business, doing cool things, seeing great music and being a cultural citizen of our fair city. Or something.
Curate Santa Fe presents this solo exhibit of drawings by Bodelson, who creates intriguing, yet simple imagery. Through March 13.
You'll feel like three little girls filled with girlish glee at this family-friendly performance of the classic operetta.
Live metal performances by Savage Wisdom, Illumina AD, Fields of Elysium and Carrion Kind ... It's the most fun you can have without totally taking out a group of teens just trying to enjoy a damn camping trip.
TThe new series aimed at young adult readers presents two authors who read from their respective works. Murphy reads from Miguel Lost and Found at the Museum, and Willerton reads from Ghosts of San Juan.
The trio kicks off the new year with a three part performance; Alvin is a Grammy-winning singer and songwriter. McMurtry is a writer and guitarist and Gilmore is part of the legendary group Flatlanders.
It's a Dance Monster dance party! Tensnake comes from Germany to help the freak fest get its groove on with DJ Dirt Girl and DJ Eldon. Wear your scariest costume. Bust your most thrilling moves.
Serenata Santa Fe presents a performance of a unique sampling of compositions including Carl Nielsen's "Serenata in Vano" and Richard Strauss's "Till Eulenspiegel."
This community event includes readings by former Santa Fe Poet Laureates Arthur Sze, Valarie Martinez and Jon Davis, as well as Santa Fe Living Treasure James McGrath as participants aim to be a unifying force for the protection of democracy.
Latin guitar and originals by this longtime Santa Fean who has powerful singer-songwriter skills.
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