Santa Fe Reporter - Summer Guide http://www.sfreporter.com/santafe/articles.sec-45-1-summer-guide.html <![CDATA[Day Trips for Weirdos - Get your windshield buggy and get home by supper]]>
By: Charlotte Jusinski
Billy the Kid is kind of like Anglocentric American history compressed into a single person. Stay with me, now: He was fiercely independent and traveled west on a journey of what some might call righteous battle, what others might call treachery.
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<![CDATA[Take A Hike - ]]>
By: Alex De Vore
We’re often told that the great outdoors make Santa Fe one of the most desirable places on earth in which to live or to visit. But with countless hiking options, how does one even choose? Easy: One doesn’t. One just does them all.
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<![CDATA[Beat the Heat - Aqua therapy and the so-good, too-hot, very-rad day]]>
By: Alex De Vore
If high concept cinematic offerings such as Caddyshack or The Sandlot or Swimfan have taught us anything, it’s that pools rule when the summer sun’s a-blazing. And no matter your budget or timeframe, Santa Fe has options for you.
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<![CDATA[Day Drink Quest - ]]>
By: Maria Egolf-Romero
Something about sipping a boozy beverage with the sun high in the sky immediately catapults one into a vacation state of mind.
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<![CDATA[Summer’s Cool - Wherein we narrow down Santa Fe’s summertime partying options to a few choice events]]>
By: Alex De Vore
Are you paying attention? Good. Because we’re T minus zero seconds until Santa Fe kicks into hyper-drive and the goings-on escalate from depressing beers in empty bars to almost too much to handle.]]>
<![CDATA[Museum Guide - ]]>
By: Maria Egolf-Romero
Museums are ocular feasts, stunning spaces filled with art, pieces of history and glimpses into the creative future. In Santa Fe, museums sit atop hills and near the Plaza, and each has special offerings for summer.
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<![CDATA[Eye-Opening - ]]>
By: Eric Killelea
Santa Fe has an eclectic roster of visual art galleries that are constantly opening locally and internationally renowned works, and you could easily spend a lifetime exploring them. Good thing we’re here to guide you through the summer.]]>
<![CDATA[The Silver Screen - Engage in a long-held summertime tradition: sitting silently in the dark]]>
By: Alex De Vore
The studios seem to save their biggest projects for summer, and we can’t blame them. Theaters are a great way to stay cool, and maybe even enjoy and adult beverage with that tub of popcorn. Here are the summer flicks we’re most excited to see. ]]>
<![CDATA[Food Glorious Food - How to validate your desire to pig out]]>
By: Alex De Vore
Poor, silly Colorado. You keep trying to compete with our chile situation, but we’ve got news for you: We’ve already forgotten more about chile than you’ll ever know!
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<![CDATA[Summer School - Take a break and learn something new]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
Summer is the perfect season in Santa Fe for trying something you’ve always wanted to do but never had the time or the motivation to learn.
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<![CDATA[Summer Guide 2017 - ]]>
By: SFR
Summertime in Santa Fe really can't be beat. From art markets and gallery shows to wonderful wandering in the outdoors, whether you're a local or a visitor, the exploring doesn't ever have to end. ]]>
<![CDATA[The Land of Summer - Get more amazed than at the amusement park in New Mexico’s great outdoors]]>
By: Laura Paskus
Public lands. The two words conjure images of desert vistas and windswept mountaintops, forests and badlands.
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<![CDATA[Reel Fun - Or: Learning to fish the tear-free way, from a total stranger]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
Learning a new physical skill is often a humiliating experience. Teaching your body to do something novel involves a period of repetition that eventually builds enough muscle memory so that you can think about something else while doing it.
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<![CDATA[Pinkies Down - The wine of the summer is fun, un-fussy rosé]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
What should you be drinking this summer? Pink wine. When it’s as hot as an horno out there, and you’re as thirsty as a silvery minnow—but you want real wine, not the refreshing sports drink known as pino grigio.
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<![CDATA[Pack a Sandwich - The perfect lunch for a summer hike]]>
By: Gwyneth Doland
There’s nothing like reaching the summit after a challenging hike and resting on a nice, flat rock to enjoy lunch with a gorgeous vista. … And then opening your pack to pull out a soggy dough ball that once was a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.]]>
<![CDATA[Day Trips - Nothing says vacation like actually taking one]]>
By: Joseph J Fatton, Maria Egolf-Romero, Elizabeth Miller
While most of what you read on these pages is about how to enjoy summer in Santa Fe, nothing says vacation like actually taking one—even if it’s just for the day.
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<![CDATA[Fore! - Darkness takes mall mini golf to the next level]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
Santa Fe Place might just be making a comeback. Two new storefronts face Rodeo Road, and just the other night, I heard some teenagers talking about waiting to catch the bus there. What were they doing? “Hanging out,” one says with just a tiny eye]]>
<![CDATA[Run It Out - Boutique fitness is all the rage, but running never went out of style]]>
By: Steven Hsieh
On a cool Sunday morning, Eric Peters runs up a mountain incline near the Dale Ball Trails, steadily planting his feet between loose rocks. I lag behind, my lungs struggling to process the thin air.
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<![CDATA[Strangers in a Familiar Land - SITE Santa Fe biennial invokes the shared experience across continents and the value of the overlooked]]>
By: Elizabeth Miller
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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<![CDATA[What’s Opera, Doc? - The Santa Fe Opera is more accessible than you think]]>
By: John Stege
Show of hands, people. Been out to the opera recently? The Santa Fe Opera, that is? Thought so.
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