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Molly Boyle

Molly Boyle lives in Santa Fe and studied poetry at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop.

Datebook: September 2022

THIS MONTH, there’s only one place in the world where a performance by renowned Taos Pueblo flutist Robert Mirabal is followed by the propulsively percussive Ukrainian quartet DakhaBrakha: onstage at…

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Marla Allison Colors New Worlds

“I AM FROM LAGUNA PUEBLO, so I paint Laguna Pueblo,” says Marla Allison, though her influences span from Hopi and Laguna pottery designs to the modernism of Paul Klee and Pablo Picasso. Art lovers in…

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Cream of the Crop

FREANNA FRISIAN YOGHURT spells its product name the European way, with an “h.” That’s because the Clovis-based family business came to New Mexico from the Netherlands, where milk from Frisian cows…

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Datebook: August 2022

“IT'S THE ONLY PLACE I know of where you can pay five dollars and race a duck,” says Joanna Costilla, board president of the Great American Duck Race, in Deming. Between August 25 and 28, in fact, you…

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Zuni Standard Time

FRESH SNOW DOTS THE Dowa Yalanne mesa in late March, and the A:shiwi people who live at its base have been dancing every evening for nearly two weeks to ensure a prosperous hunting season. But inside…

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Taos Is For Book Lovers

IF THE TAOS HUM COULD TALK, the mysterious low-frequency buzz might recommend a reading list. That’s not outside the realm of magical realism for the heady old town and its storied literary history…

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Here to Stay

“I AM HERE," said Zuni Pueblo scholar Edmund J. Ladd. “I am here, now. I have been here always.” Twenty-five years ago, Ladd’s simple declaration lent itself to Here, Now and Always , an exhibition at…

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Datebook: July 2022

FIFTY YEARS AGO, Santa Fe’s Traditional Spanish Market had grown enough to claim its own two days on the Plaza. The showcase of artworks in woodcarving, textiles, painting, furniture, pottery, and…

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