This week's issue focuses on a whole mess of reasons to love on our town, and this week's set of Weekend Picks expands these reasons—just, y'know, culturally. And can we just point out how amazing the Women's March was last week? Y'all really brought it, Santa Fe! Just remember to keep standing up and fighting for the people we love.
Walk the community labyrinth in honor of those who died in and lived through the Holocaust
Jessie Deluxe may have broken her arm, but that doesn't mean she can't still sing your face off. Be there.
This special screening features a film starring one of New Mexico's own, Omar Paz Trujillo, who grew up in the Española Valley. Director Dan Golden and composer Don Preston will also be on hand.
This group show, featured in the North Gallery, explores current themes and trends in contemporary Native American art, including Indigenous science fiction and visionary Native histories. See works by Natalie Ball, Joe Feddersen, Johnathan Thunder and more. Through April 16.
Continuing their 35th season, Santa Fe Pro Musica presents a celebratory program honoring Mozart. Directed by Thomas O'Connor and featuring guest violinist Benjamin Beilman, the group performs compositions by the music magnum including his Violin Concerto No. 3.
John Kurzweg, Brian Hardgroove, Talia Kosh, Felecia Ford, Jamie Russell and tons of other local musicians come together to raise money for the Water Protector Legal Collective. No cover, but donate what you can!
Jean Cocteau Cinema presents The Author Series featuring Carrie Vaughn who reads from her new book, Martians Abroad. Hosted by George RR Martin.
This comedy, written by William Inge, tells the story of chance companions who meet on a bus out of Kansas City that gets stranded in a blizzard, showing how relationships develop. Catch a matinee performance.
This crazy mash-up event benefits Santa Fe Prom Closet. $25 gets you nine bingo sheets, and you can keep playing for $5 each extra sheet. Dress in your drag-best and join the party! Also, it's pretty much the coolest thing we've ever heard of in our lives.
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