Jason Strykowski

Albert "Tootie" Heath, who lives in Santa Fe, was named a 2021 Jazz Master by the National Endowment for the Arts. Heath has had a storied career as a jazz artist who began his musical journey in South Philadelphia.

Archaeologists discovered the presence of chocolate in broken pieces of ceramic material left at Chaco Canyon. Their discoveries are the crux of a new book from the University of New Mexico Press entitled The House of the Cylinder Jars: Room 28 in Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon

Park City, Utah, hosts one of the largest and most prestigous film festivals in the country each January. This year, however, the Sundance Film Festival can come to your living room.

 “I’m torn two ways with Trump: He’s so bad for the country, but he’s so good for cartoons. There’s a smugness and a self-satisfied, self-seeking quality that I found fairly disgusting, and it was wonderful to have someone like that.” — Political cartoonist Patrick Oliphant

Santa Fe's Paper Dosa, already a local favorite for their South Indian food, is getting a little creative during the pandemic. The restaurant now offers take-home kits so you can try to make a dosa yourself.

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