June 28, 2016

Artivism

Curator Niomi Fawn builds a platform for Santa Fe artists who are fighting to be heard

Art Features “You are what you say you are. I’m a curator,” Niomi Fawn tells SFR. “To curate is more than just putting art on walls. It’s world bridging.”
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June 22, 2016 by Jordan Eddy

3 Questions

with Nina Roosevelt Gibson

3 Questions Nina Roosevelt Gibson is the granddaughter of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, not to mention a distant relative of Teddy. Beneath a humble demeanor, Gibson embodies the Roosevelt spirit of compassion. ... More

June 22, 2016 by Andrew Koss

SFR Picks: Healing Powers

Local artist creates beauty from trauma

Picks Therapeutic storytelling is the focus of Jodie Herrera’s work, and her paintings feature photorealistic women in the foreground, symbols and geometric shapes painted in petal and earth tones behind them. ... More

June 22, 2016 by Maria Egolf-Romero

Inaugural Season

Reportory theater takes on award-winning plays

Summer Guide “I really believe in the idea of a theater company that can relate to its community. I think theater has a responsibility to deal with meaningful issues, preferably issues of social justice.” With these words, founder and artistic director Robert ... More

May 25, 2016 by Emmaly Wiederholt

What’s Opera, Doc?

The Santa Fe Opera is more accessible than you think

Summer Guide Show of hands, people. Been out to the opera recently? The Santa Fe Opera, that is? Thought so.
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May 25, 2016 by John Stege

Pick a Fest

How to narrow down your summertime plans and avoid festival fatigue

Summer Guide It’s getting warm out there and that means tons more to do, but you’re a genius of a human with happy feelings all the time and a jam-packed social calendar.
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May 25, 2016 by Alex De Vore

Strangers in a Familiar Land

SITE Santa Fe biennial invokes the shared experience across continents and the value of the overlooked

Summer Guide In Paolo Soleri’s now-abandoned amphitheater at the Santa Fe Indian School, we see everything that SITElines.2016 is about. Free-form concrete is cast as art in biometric and geometric forms.
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May 25, 2016 by Elizabeth Miller

As the World Burns

Thriller with a pedigree melds romance, comedy and a catastrophic threat to mankind … sound familiar?

Book Reviews We might as well get it out in the open right now, in case you are late to the party: Author Joe Hill is actually Joseph King—son of (prolific American horror heavyweight) Stephen King.
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May 18, 2016 by Julie Ann Grimm

Brick-and-Mortar

Bobby Beals and A Nigh Herndon rethink the structure of Canyon Road

Art Features Artist A Nigh Herndon is acutely aware that his work clashes with the rest of Canyon Road.
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June 15, 2016 by Jordan Eddy

3 Questions

with Nina Roosevelt Gibson

3 Questions Nina Roosevelt Gibson is the granddaughter of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, not to mention a distant relative of Teddy. Beneath a humble demeanor, Gibson embodies the Roosevelt spirit of compassion. ... More

June 22, 2016 by Andrew Koss

Game of Thrones for Noobs XIX

Season VI, Episode IX: Battle of the Bastards

Pop Culture The slowness continued, as everyone in the land of Game of Thrones wandered around like effing molasses. ... More

June 20, 2016 by Alex De Vore

Artivism

Curator Niomi Fawn builds a platform for Santa Fe artists who are fighting to be heard

Art Features “You are what you say you are. I’m a curator,” Niomi Fawn tells SFR. “To curate is more than just putting art on walls. It’s world bridging.”
... More

June 22, 2016 by Jordan Eddy

Smart Metal

Oakland’s Alaric brings brains to the brutality

Music Features Did you know there are more metal bands in the Bay Area than pretty much anywhere else on earth, not counting Scandinavia? ... More

June 15, 2016 by Alex De Vore

This Weekend

Summertime, summertime, sum-sum-summertime

Weekend Picks We're hitting summer hard now, friends, but that just means about a bazillion more chances to party through the weekend with these enticing picks. ... More

June 17, 2016 by SFR

SFR Picks: Music on the Hillary

Hillary Smith and Soul Kitchen bring the feels to Music on the Hill

Picks We love that Santa Fe goes a little festival crazy during the summer months. It basically means that it’s easy to put together plans on almost any day or night of the week. ... More

June 15, 2016 by Alex De Vore, Maria Egolf-Romero

SFR Picks: Bridging the Gap

The Bridge is Santa Fe’s most exciting new venue option

Picks Santa Fe Brewing Co. owner Brian Lock is well aware that the previous tenants of the venue aspect of his business could have given the space a bad name. ... More

June 08, 2016 by Alex De Vore, Andrew Koss

Limiting Mobility

A proposed expansion of the vehicle vendors ordinance to Canyon Road would essentially cut Axle Contemporary’s mobile gallery from the scene

Art Features For most people who enter Axle Contemporary, the mobile art gallery housed within a retired delivery truck, the experience is one of serendipity.
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June 01, 2016 by Elizabeth Miller
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Morning Word: PNM Questioned about Rate Increase

Morning Word Investor-owed utility claims it needs to charge customers more to offset investments in alternative energy resources and to offset the price of its nuclear-generated power.  ... More

June 28, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr

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