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Weekend Picks: Things That Make You Go Ungh!

June 9, 2017, 12:00 am

There's this constant argument about whether or not Santa Feans have things to do, and while this doesn't entirely count for people who like to hike or bike or be outside (sick, sick people), we've gotta admit the sentiment has never felt more preposterous than it does now. We're actually finding ourselves torn between events, and that's a very good thing when it comes to the future of local culture, but also cool because we can almost feel like a real city now and then. Behold—Weekend Picks hath arrived!

Edible Art Tour

On the first evening of this art and food mash up, hit downtown galleries to sample signature favorites from some of the cities best caterers and restaurants. See their website for a list of participating venues and restaurants. The ticket price covers both evenings.

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Quasar Lounge

Enjoy this music installation featuring a large video screen and sound stage area, including found-object art. Part of the Currents New Media Festival.

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Fox White

Rock 'n' roll and opera punk.

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New Mexico Comic Creators Pop-Up

See comics made by local creators, including members of comic group 7000 BC.

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El Ten Eleven and Future Scars

To celebrate the Currents New Media Festival 2017, El Ten Eleven perform their original post-rock songs with heavy looping and acoustic percussion after Future Scars opens with melodic experimental rock 'n' roll.

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Trash Disco!

Santa Fe House DJ legend Oona takes over the SkyLounge.

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Joe West

Country folk originals and songs about the Southwest. He even has one about good ol' Santa Fe, and he performs during prime brunch/lunch time, so you can day drink and not feel one ounce of guilt about it. Happy Sunday.

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Mark-David Hosale and Erika Batdorf: Burnish

See the collaborative interactive art object created by Hosale and Batdorf, which allows viewers to participate in an intimate, self contained theater-like tent.

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The Gay Boys and West Oasis

Surf and pop rock by Tuscon-based The Gay Boys and psych-surf-country by West Oasis.

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