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Weekend Picks: Chillin' Out, Maxin', Relaxin' All Cool

Weekend Picks: Chillin' Out, Maxin', Relaxin' All Cool

April 14, 2017, 12:00 pm
By SFR

If you're anything like us, midday Friday rolls around and you start to get squirrely. The clock ticks on in slow motion, and you just know deep down in your heart that it'll be over soon and the staying up late/rocking out hard can begin. Y'know, unless you work on the weekend, in which case we really feel for you. Anyway—here's stuff!

PIE Opening Night Gala

Apollo Garcia Orellana, John Flax, Tara Khozein and Danielle Reddick wrote this play that opens with the Big Bang presented an extremely abridged version of human history and exploring how we got to where we are today. Directed by Kent Kirkpatrick, the play involves a ton of humor and a dose of introspection and this evening is the special gala event!

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Masta Ace, Wake Self, 2Bers, Doer and DJ Young Native

Masta Ace has dominated the hip hop scene since the '80s and he brings his MC skills to the House of Eternal Return with a ton of other hip-hoppers opening for him, including longtime ABQ faves 2Bers.

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Teddy No Name's Birthday

Birthday bash with the best house, electro, funk & dance.

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Yoga Studio Grand Opening

The first on the plaza yoga studio is opening in Downtown Santa Fe. Offering an array of classic yoga classes with new twists, every class is integrated with energy healing.

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Naked in Santa Fe

This group exhibit, curated by John O'Hern, includes traditional, chaste and salacious nudes, all created by local artists including Michael Bergt, Kristen Poole, Carol Mothner and more.

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The Boomroots Collective

This collective plays R&B, hip-hop and reggae tunes.

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Easter Egg Hunt

Bring the kids and try not to hog the treats at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden's third annual Easter egg hunt.

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Charlie and the Himselfs, J&L Defer and Grove of Baal

Fuzz rock and pop precision mixed with a dash of gutter punk is Charlie and the Himselfs, who hail from Boise, Idaho. Disco doom tunes by J&L Defer, a duo from Switzerland and locals Grove of Baal play alien rock.

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