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Weekend Picks: TGI-Eff Yeah!

March 24, 2017, 12:00 am

Do you guys know those kind of weeks that find folks staring out their windows going, "Man. It's nice out there?" This was one of those weeks (until Thursday, at least), and while we don't wanna speak for anyone, we can bet we're all ready to get down to some serious weekend-ing. Do it. Feel no guilt, go where thou wilt and enjoy it. You deserve it.

Killer of Giants

This group show features works by more than 25 off-the-beaten-path, irreverent and perhaps subversive artists based in New Mexico. See paintings, prints and more at the opening party with a live electronica set by DJ Saggaliffik and refreshments by La Fogata Grill.

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Reyes Padilla: An Introduction

Padilla creates bold lines and brush strokes in his works, which represent the artist's visual depiction of music. As a synesthete, Padilla sees forms when he hears sounds and he attempts to translate that onto his canvas. Through May 6.

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Sean Healen

Americana and rock 'n' roll.

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Springing Forward at Shidoni

Celebrate the return of spring and longer days at this party featuring live music by the Key Frances Band and food by the High Altitude Food truck. Have a picnic and listen to Americana on a Saturday afternoon.

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Render Bender: A Collision of Artistic Wonderment

This drawing-themed community fundraiser supports CCA's visual arts program. See one-of-a-kind works you can purchase upon completion, listen to a live vintage jazz performance by The Shiners Club, and enjoy food and drink.

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Solidarity Shakedown Party for Jambo Cafe

Shake your booty to the sounds of DJ Clemente and the Boom Roots band and enjoy a meal from Jambo Café at a time when they need community support more than ever.

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All the President's Men: Special Event Presented by SFR

Watch this film about journalists during the era of Nixon's Watergate scandal and hear from contemporary journalists in a panel before the screening. Editor and publisher Julie Ann Grimm, contributing editor Jeff Proctor and culture editor Alex DeVore speak about what it's like being a journalist in 2017.

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Through the Looking Glass

Concordia Santa Fe's Wind Orchestra presents a free concert conducted by Eric Rombach-Kendall of the University of New Mexico, featuring works by John Barnes Chance, Percy Grainger, and others.

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Dervish: Magical Music from Ireland

Music from the west of Ireland! Dervish is one of Ireland’s most acclaimed bands, featuring the haunting voice of Cathy Jordan and award-winning instrumentalists on fiddle, lute and accordion.

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