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Five Things to Do This Weekend

Carve out your place in the Guinness World Record books this weekend at the Rio Rancho Fall Festival. Robert Linder/Unsplash. Set a pumpkin carving record. Can’t wait to get dressed up, pop some…

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New Mexico Magazine Wins Big

EARLIER THIS MONTH, THE INTERNATIONAL REGIONAL MAGAZINE ASSOCIATION (IRMA) honored the top magazines in North America at its 41st Annual Awards. New Mexico Magazine is pleased to announce that our…

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Atop Sandía Peak

Above: The Kiwanis Cabin was built from the limestone rock of Sandía. Photograph by Ian Beckley. THE LIMESTONE-BLOCK WALLS of Kiwanis Cabin cling to a craggy cliff atop Sandía Peak, looking both…

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In Search of Bigfoot

Above: Jesus Payan Jr. seeks the notoriously shy beast in a forest near Cloudcroft. FOR YEARS, JESUS PAYAN JR. SPENT LONG NIGHTS in the Tularosa Basin, peering into the darkest corners of the desert…

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Spice Master

Above: Spice up your pantry with these rubs and spice mixes. Photograph by Douglas Merriam. Grilling fans in New Mexico can fire up the flame well into the snowy season. Recognizing that, Albuquerque…

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Baumann & Beyond

Above: A re-creation of Gustave Baumann’s studio inside the Palace Print Shop at the New Mexico History Museum. Courtesy of the Palace Press (NMHM/DCA), Photo by Blair Clark. ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12…

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Shop Decorative Hand Painted Art

Clockwise from top left: Cow skull $950, Coyote skull $550, Goat skull $650, Block prints $25 each, Hand-stamped notebooks $10 each, Mandala vinyl stickers $5 each. Photograph by Douglas Merriam. WHEN…

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Socorro Saloon Gets An Update

Above: Capitol Bar & Brewery, in Socorro, welcomes visitors year round. Photograph by Douglas Merriam. THE ANCIENT PLANKS OF WOOD that stretch across the barroom floor are worn smooth. They don’t…

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