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Weekend Picks: No New Taxes

May 5, 2017, 12:00 am

Well, soda won't be going up in price too much. Our citizenry has decided and the sugar tax is a no-go. Wherever you fall on that bad boy, you're probably glad we can move on to other things. Right? Right. So anyway, go out and celebrate and be friends again. Do it for the kids.

Santa Fe Spirits Grand Re-Opening Party

Celebrate the newly remodeled distillery as it reopens with new barrel storage.

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Cinco de Mayo at the Bridge

Latin bands, like the salsa group Son Como Son and the Norteño troubadours Nosotros, plus the new salsa gourd Luna Llena. DJ Pedro spins EDM sets in between.

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The War At Home

This film documents the antiwar protest movement of the '60s and '70s in American. It gives an illuminating look into the impact of the Vietnam war at home. Filmmaker Glenn Silber will be there to answer questions after the screening.

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Spring Powwow

Food and arts and crafts vendors pack the campus for this day of dancing and celebration with performances by Jennie Whitehorse, Chad Browneagle, Comanche Red and more.

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Santa Fe Beer & Food Festival

Americana with Half Broke horses plus—get this—beer and food!

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Zircus Erotique's Annual Mayhem! Burlesque & Variety Show

Zircus Erotique's annual "Mayhem" show. It invites the audience to indulge and enjoy the avant-garde.

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Crawfish Boil: The Blues Revue Band and Lee West

Suck down some sea food and enjoy live blues from 1-4 pm and R&B jams by West from 5-8 pm.

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In The Next Room (or The Vibrator Play)

Set in the 1880s, when doctors used vibrators to treat "hysterical" women (and some men), In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play) is a comedy about marriage, intimacy, and electricity.

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Lifesongs: The Deeper Love

A concert of original compositions co-created by elders and children from the community. Participants include members from from Ambercare Hospice, Santa Fe Care Center and Kingston Residence of Santa Fe, as well as kids from Santa Fe Waldorf School, New Mexico Genders and Sexualities Alliance Network, The Santa Fe Opera's young voices program and more.

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