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Change of Pace

Above: Aztec's Alien Run Trail offers other-wordly vistas and mild weather, even in the deepest part of winter. Photographs by Jeremy Wade Shockley. AT NINE ON A SATURDAY night, Farmington is quiet…

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We Hereby Declare

Above: Scenes from the citizenship ceremony at Aztec Ruins National Monument. Photographs by Jeremy Wade Shockley. We have come many miles to this place where so many have come before. The event that…

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The Book Hunter

Above: A few of Maida Tilchen's finds over the years. Photographs by Bob O'Connor. IN 1879, WHEN SUSAN WALLACE, wife of New Mexico Territorial Governor Lew Wallace (better known as the author of…

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Sip It

Above: A selection of Gruet's sparkling wines. Photograph Courtesy fo Gruet Winery. For a big party, you can’t beat a case of Gruet’s Blanc de Noirs for the combination of local flavor, quality, and…

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Recipe: Pomegranate Mimosa

Above: ¡Que Fancy! and Pomegranate Mimosas are great champagne cocktails. Photographs by Douglas Merriam. My pomegranate tree in Albuquerque usually delivers 20 pounds of fruit in the fall, much of…

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Recipe: ¡Qué Fancy!

Above: ¡Que Fancy! and Pomegranate Mimosas are great champagne cocktails. Photograph by Douglas Merriam. Santa Fe Spirits’ Atapiño liqueur really does taste just like toasted piñon nuts. I like to…

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Good Times

Above: Gruet Winery tasting room associate Diana Garner pours the makings of a proper toast. Photographs by Douglas Merriam. If you’ve driven north on I-25 from Albuquerque to Santa Fe over the past…

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Fresh Off the Vine

Above: Dylan Storment. Photograph by Douglas Merriam. If you’ve ever visited the bar at Campo, in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, you know that the drinks are as much of a draw as the food. That drinks…

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Daydream Boy

Above: Diego Medina. Photograph by Brandon Soder. ORIGINALLY FROM from Las Cruces, Diego Medina lives and works in Santa Fe as an educational assistant at the Indian Arts Research Center, where he…

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