May 31, 2016

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

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

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

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

SFR Picks: Horseplay

Baltimore weirdos change your definition of rock

Picks “Our name is actually a Lord of the Rings reference,” Horse Lords’ saxophonist/percussionist Andrew Bernstein says. Hailing from Baltimore, the band plays Thursday evening at Southside DIY venue/art space Radical Abacus.
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May 25, 2016 by Alex De Vore, Maria Egolf-Romero

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

Sailing toward Open Waters

Strangers Collective latest exhibit, Narrows, continues their path of bringing big returns to emerging artists

Art Features If you’re trying to break into a scene as well established as Santa Fe’s art world, sometimes it helps to take a few friends along—or a few strangers.
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May 18, 2016 by Elizabeth Miller

3 Question

with James Karen

3 Questions Veteran actor James Karen has been a part of film, television and theater history since the 1920s, and his body of work is massive.
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May 25, 2016 by Alex De Vore

SFR Cruises Downtown for Lowrider Day (Video)

Pop Culture Did you make it down to the Plaza for Lowrider Day on Sunday, May 22?  ... More

May 23, 2016 by Alex De Vore

Q & A with Joe Hill

Art Features Joe Hill, 44, is touring to promote his fourth book, The Fireman. His scheduled appearance in Santa Fe on Monday, May 23, promises a trivia game with George RR Martin.
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May 18, 2016 by Julie Ann Grimm

Cold War

Former Skylight partners strike out for Shadeh while older club gets, um, pizza

Music Features When news got out that several founding partners of downtown nightclub Skylight were leaving the business so close to the club’s second anniversary, both sides wanted to get out in front of the barrage of potential misinformation and tell their side of the story. ... More

May 18, 2016 by Alex De Vore

SFR Picks: Wize Up!

Break out the bong—Pato Banton’s coming to town

Picks If you’re a reggae fan, you surely know the name Pato Banton, even if it’s not the name the renowned musician started out with.
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This Weekend

Nuevo Mexico Por Vida!

Weekend Picks Lowriders, O’Keeffe and Lloyd Kiva New? It doesn’t get any more New Mexico than this. ... More

May 20, 2016 by SFR

SFR Picks: Rawk!

Jesse Deluxe and Skylight join forces for good

Picks We all love Skylight and everything, but the fact is that they can be a little DJ-centric. We get it, that’s cool—you’ve got a business to run.
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May 11, 2016 by Alex De Vore

Seeds of Change

Art exhibit at the Roundhouse invites a conversation about our use, and abuse, of the land

Art Features For many years, Bobbe Besold has photographed the hands of farmers, often those she met at the Santa Fe Farmers Market, in or near their stands of produce and between customers, their fingers draped over carrots or cupping pints of berries. ... More

May 04, 2016 by Elizabeth Miller
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Morning Word: Honoring Fallen Warriors

Morning Word Memorial Day events scheduled around the state today.  ... More

May 30, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr


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