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Weekend Picks: Spring Into Action

February 24, 2017, 12:00 am

Even if the weather can't exactly decide what it's going to do, we've still had more beautiful days than not-beautiful days lately. So ditch your jacket for a light sweater, throw your heavy quilt into whatever trunk you use for such things and remind yourself why it's nice as hell in Santa Fe this time of year—all while partying, culture-ing and enjoying the spoils of springtime. Now then, who's got a grill ready to go?

Shifting Landscapes

This exhibit includes works by artists from the Surface Design Association featuring fiber works using felt, cotton, silk and more, which explore traditional and contemporary techniques. Through May 20.

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Horace Alexander Young

Young plays a diverse set of jazz tunes on the saxophone and flute.

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Cidny Bullens: Somewhere Between

This one-man autobiographical show, directed by Tanya Taylor Rubinstein, is a poignant story about perseverance, tragedy and triumph.

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Karen Kuehn: Maverick Camera

Keuhn is a portrait photographer whose work has been featured in publications like Vanity Fair, National Geographic, The New York Times and more. She lived and works on a small farm in Peralta, New Mexico, and presents of her work alongside her book Maverick Camera at this opening event. Through April 29.

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Lo-fi post punk mixed with a little pop.

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Moby Dick: 48th Anniversary Bash

Get your Saturday night fever going with this Led Zeppelin cover band at the event that celebrates this bar's nearly 50-year long existence.

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Unnecessary Farce

Two useless cops want to catch the mayor embezzling money, but all does not go according to plan. Throw in a lusty accountant, a Scottish hitman and eight doors that are constantly opening and closing, and you have an unruly comedy about political corruption and unchecked power. Through March 12.

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Brandi's Ninth Annual Oscars Benefit

We wouldn't normally list such a pricey event, but this one is kind of a big deal and all the proceeds go to Kitchen Angels, so we are totally of okay with it. Enjoy a live mariachi performance, a silent auction, dinner and a show.

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Chris Abeyta

Americana and folky originals by this longtime singer-songwriter.

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