Guillermo De Fazio and Giovanna Dan bring their touring production, Tango Argentina, to the Lensic Performing Arts Center.
As a boy growing up off of Highway 14, Steven Herrera thought his dream of being in the movies was just that. But with perseverance and an unflaggingly positive outlook, he's made that dream a reality.
The Santa Fe Symphony’s concert on Sunday, Jan. 16 features a true rara avis as part of the program — a trumpet concerto by a female composer written for and played by a female soloist.
Dominic Cooke’s 2017 revival of Follies, staged by the National Theatre and streaming at the Lensic on Saturday, Jan. 15, is a superb opportunity to celebrate the memory of Stephen Sondheim.
Artists Debra Baxter and Dawn Cerny bring together artists from several generations of Bard College's MFA program for a sculptural show that challenges the legacies of minimalism and postminimalism.
The exhibit commemorating the first 17th-century printed edition of William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies can still seen online, offering viewers a glimpse into the history of one of the world's most influential works of literature.
Yara Zgheib's second novel revisits the bad old days of 2017, delving beneath the headlines to tell a wrenching personal story, which traces the paths of two Syrian immigrants torn apart by the U.S. travel ban.
In this New Year’s Day performance, Laurent Pelly’s storybook staging of Jules Massenet’s Cendrillon is presented by the Met with an all-new family-focused, 95-minute version that’s sung in English.
Through his fictional creation, martial arts master Yang Mingbin, author Michael DeMarco passes on wisdom and knowledge from a rich cultural tradition.
The futuristic Swan Song is a maudlin tear-jerker with the barest patina of a sci-fi flick that wants you to think deeply about its central, morbid question.
In Our First Civil War: Patriots and Loyalists in the American Revolution, H. W. Brands offers a fast-paced, often riveting account of the military and political events leading up to the Declaration of Independence and those that followed during the war.
Two artists, an established contemporary santero and an aspiring one, talk about their influences and the trajectories of their careers in a Pasatiempo-hosted conversation.
With his recent move to Santa Fe, the birth of a daughter, and the release of a new album, the last year brought many changes to Carter Beckworth's life. And some of that's reflected in, in a roundabout sort of way, in his music.
Three Sisters honor Indigenous heritage, as well as its present and future, in a mural that includes a tribute to Indigenous artist DeAnna Autumn Leaf Suazo.
José Mondragón's Nativity, Tree of Life follows the tradition of mid-century innovators from Northern New Mexico, who developed a style of unpainted bulto carving, which remains a popular folk art form today among the region's artisans.
The familiar strains of music by Puccini, Bizet, Donizetti, and Mozart will return to Santa Fe on Friday, Dec. 24, at A Night at the Opera, a new collaboration between the Santa Fe Symphony and the Santa Fe Opera.
- ‘That cozy thing’: Holiday desserts from three local bakeries
- Gifts for the discerning host that are (mostly) not fruitcake
- Giving thanks for beer
- Beer-brined bird from The Beeroness
- Treat the fruit well: Rombauer Vineyards
- The underdog of spirits
- Elements of a classic: the martini
- Dining outside the box: Restaurant patios worth checking out
- Soul nourishment: Sweetwater Harvest Kitchen
- ‘I never want to stay home again’: Restaurateurs on the pandemic era
- 'Eating is the major sport of having a body': Cafe Pasqual's Katharine Kagel
- Off the beaten track: Midtown Bistro
- Authentic Italian cuisine capita a Santa Fe: Chef Cristian Pontiggia
- You can't wreck this sauce: ‘Kitchen Meets Quarantine’
- This way to Flavor Town: Tune Up Café