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One of Our 50 Is Missing

NOT! An August “Ripley’s Believe It or Not!” cartoon shared the incredible news that “Thousands of tumbleweeds trapped residents in their homes in Clovis, Mexico, in January 2014.” COUNTER…

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The Happiness Project

NEED TO KNOW STAY The Artist Residence and Organic Farm offers a quaint, quiet getaway for those who wish to explore the beauty of Rancho La Villita and northern New Mexico. Operated by Windom’s…

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The Power of We

NEED TO KNOW To celebrate their 20th anniversary, Nosotros will play two release shows for their compilation album XX: one in Las Cruces, where the band began, and another in their new northern New…

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Sharon Oard Warner: Homing In

NEED TO KNOW For information about the Taos Writers’ Conference, visit unm.edu/~taosconf. Learn more about the online classes and teachers at mynm.us/unmrananim, and check out the Rananim video at…

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The Ghost Whisperer

NEED TO KNOW The Lake Valley Historic Townsite is on N.M. 27, 17 miles south of Hillsboro. It is open between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Thurs. through Mon., closed Tues. and Wed. Plan on at least an hourlong…

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One of Our 50 is Found

CARRIZOZO CALLING For many years I was fortunate enough to live in New Mexico: in Silver City, Albuquerque, Carrizozo, and Ratón. It was here that I found good friends and met and married the love of…

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How the West was Workshopped

EXHIBITIONS This summer, Jennifer Schlesinger Hanson taught for the first time at Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, instructing students in the antique art of making prints with albumen, or egg white…

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Cowgirl Pose

I came from a yoga mecca—southern California, where there are too many classes and kinds of yoga to choose from. Which is fine if you practice twice a day, seven days a week. When I moved to Roswell…

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Birds of Paradise

NEED TO KNOW The Corrales Bosque Preserve follows the west side of the Río Grande from Albuquerque at Alameda Blvd. north to the Río Rancho city limit. The preserve is open during daylight hours…

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