with John Gutierrez
3 Questions If you don’t like cheese, you’re no friend of mine.
3 Questions The New Mexico Dance Coalition’s Sacred Body performance promises a night filled with introspection, acceptance and celebration.
3 Questions Kirste Plunket is one of seven actresses in the local rendition of the musical Quilters, running this Thursday through Sunday and the same days next week at the Santa Fe Playhouse.
3 Questions Informed by his larger-than-life portraits of tattooed men and women, the Denver-based photographer embarked on Tattoo Nation, a cinematic journey exploring the depths of tattoo culture and the storied histor...
3 Questions Dubbed as “small grants for big ideas,” SITE Santa Fe’s SPREAD dinner, happening this Friday, serves as the springboard for the cultural institution’s artistic funding campaign.
3 Questions When ‘Game of Thrones’ mastermind George RR Martin calls something the “most twisted thing” he’s ever written, fans stand up and pay attention.
3 Questions Authors Franklin Veaux and Eve Rickert are out to set the record straight on the topic of poly relationships.
3 Questions On Thursday, multi-platform artist Nova Cynthia Barker hopes to bring the topics of public art and art funding to the table—the fold and fluff table.
3 Questions Santa Fe this weekend celebrates one of its native sons with the world-premiere of A Place To Stand, a documentary inspired by the life of poet Jimmy Santiago Baca and his 2001 memoir of the same name
3 Questions With natural settings second to none and an environment that intrinsically promotes creativity New Mexico and Santa Fe in particular are ripe for filmmaking.