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This Weekend

Fall into fall, y'all

September 2, 2016, 11:30 am

Burning of Zozobra 2016

Duh. Of course we were gonna make this a weekend pick! See the massive puppet, meant to symbolize the negativity in your life, burn while tens of thousands of people yell around you. Really, it's kind a heated situation, dudes and dudettes—pun intended.
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Beyond the Horizon; Stephen Martiniere: Futurescapes

You'll love the newly-local artist who has worked with Disney, LucasFilm and Bethesda amongst others. His science-fiction/fantasy illustrations are other-worldly.

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The Bus Tapes

Get thee to Madrid for folk Rock in the Tavern.

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Angel Wynn: Greetings From New Mexico

This selection of the well-known artist's work imitates old post cards, but on a larger scale. See landscapes in and around New Mexico in Wynn's mixed media art. Through Sept. 27.

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Blast-Off with Three Queer Authors Book Launch Party!

Three local queer authors (Kim Gryphon, Alexandra Diaz, and Bisi Ademulegun) are teaming up to celebrate the publications of their books for this free event at the Wise Fool circus studio.

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Fiesta Melodrama

A fiesta tradition since 1919, this roast-like comedy tells a the fictional tale of a power hungry Sheriff who wants to destroy fiestas and includes some fun-poking of local institutions and people. There are only so many performances left, too.

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Fiestas de Santa Fe Fine Arts and Crafts Market

The open-air art-market brings treasures in jewelry, pottery, painting and other mediums to booths in and around the historic plaza during Labor Day weekend.

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Lone Piñon

Listen to Northern New Mexico root music inspired by Latin tones because, Norteño por vida.

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Tone In Georgia

Tone In Georgia is joined by locals Tall Marsh Plant and Loretta's Got A Gun to bring you an evening of Americana you won't forget.

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