The bearded face of a soldier gazes from the paneled walls of Evangelo’s, a downtown Santa Fe bar. With a cigarette clamped between his lips, a carbine over his shoulder and a helmet resting on his furrowed brow, his is an iconic image that for many has become the face of World War II.
The theater would be similar to the Violet Crown already operating in Austin, says owner Bill Banowsky, including that the venture already has a license to sell beer and wine. It will feature 11 stadium-style auditoriums with about 800 total seats.
But until then, Bevacqua- Young will keep juggling all her other duties as the newest judge on the Santa Fe County Magistrate Court. At 45, she’s the youngest of the four judges on the local bench, a rare Democrat appointed to the post by Republican Gov.
I kept hearing about it through the grapevine: There’s a good, newish restaurant in the Triangle District. “It’s where?” I asked over and over, craning my neck whenever I drove around the neighborhood. Finally, I saw it.
Getting inside the head of an elite chess player probably isn’t a task for the timid. To those who are close to chess, the game is much more than 32 pieces on 64 squares. It’s more than knowing the rules of how the pawn, rook or bishop can move, more than memorizing opening plays; more than snatching an opponent’s pieces off the board.
Few restaurants have the kind of view or neighbors that you’ll find at Museum Hill Café (710 Camino Lejo, 984-8900). Perched on the edge of Milner Plaza in between the Museum of the Indian Arts and Culture and the Museum of International Folk Art, the café is frequented by visitors to the cultural attractions.