Ski Santa Fe set to open November 23rd!

Are you ready?!  With a tentative opening date of November 23rd, Ski Santa Fe is your local skiing and snowboarding destination! Santa Fe averages 300 sunny days a year and with both natural and man-made snow available through early spring, both novices and experts, be they downhill skiers or
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Recycle Santa Fe Art Festival on November 17th – 19th

In its 19th year and to be held on the weekend of November 17th - 19th, Recycle Santa Fe Art Festival is the nation's oldest and largest recycled art market and is all about showcasing art created from discarded materials. With more than 100 artists from around New Mexico and beyond, the
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R U S T & R A I N | Taos, New Mexico – Jenny K. Thomas Photography

We love the colors and textures of this image!  Old, decaying trucks are an iconic fixture in New Mexico. Rust & Rain, Taos, New Mexico by Jenny K. Thomas
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Macalicious

Imagine, if you will, a restaurant completely devoted to mac and cheese, where it is not just your favorite option, but almost every option! This is not just a dream, people--it has become reality! Santa Fe has such a pleasure palace now, and it is called, appropriately enough, Macalicious! The
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Aquarium Overnight at the Albuquerque BioPark – November 17th

How about taking the kids for the coolest sleepover around - the Aquarium Overnight at the Albuquerque BioPark on Friday, November 17th? Check in between 6:30 - 7:00 pm before embarking on an evening filled with all things oceanic: meeting the animals up close in touch pools, making
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Indigenous Comic Con at the Isleta Resort and Casino, November 10th – 12th

Now in its second year, Indigenous Comic Con features indigenous pop culture at its finest and offers what you would expect from a comic con - panel discussions, vendors, costumed attendees and a great line-up of guests. "Get your indigenerd on...again!" November 10th - 12th at the Isleta
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Quilts of Southwest China Exhibit at the Museum of International Folk Art

On display through January 21, 2018, the Quilts of Southwest China Exhibit at the Museum of International Folk Art offer the chance to see quilts made in small, ethnic minority communities and which reveal new insights into these artists' contemporary lives as they adapt to tremendous changes in
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Sweet New Mexico Red Chile Pumpkin Seeds Recipe

Here's a delicious way to make use of the leftover pumpkins at your local grocery store - how about whipping up a batch of Sweet New Mexico Red Chile Pumpkin Seeds? Not only will you be putting the pumpkins to good use that might otherwise be tossed, you'll be boosting your health as well -
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Moonrise Black Mesa by Steven Bundy Photography

Gorgeous black and white shot of the moon rising near the edge of Black Mesa on the Ildefonso Pueblo, located roughly 30 minutes north of Santa
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TONIC Jazz Bar

Go check out Santa Fe's newest addition to our night life scene!  TONIC is a fabulous new bar with an intimate feeling that takes you back to the 1920s jazz era. Enjoy carefully crafted mixed-drinks and delicious small plates of comfort food. We recommend the Canadian poutine made with fresh cut
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