2016

The Sound Of Drums

After four years serving his country in the navy during World War II, Lloyd Kiva New took a spur‑of‑the‑moment drive to Scottsdale, Arizona, to reconnect with leisure and the landscape. This day trip would both change his life—and make history [...]

Party of the People

By painting Fiesta de Santa Fe’s 1926 parade, Gustave Baumann captured the city’s social evolution—in motion—in a singular work recently donated to the New Mexico History Museum. [...]

New Settlers

BY DANIEL KOSHAREK Arriving on New Mexico’s counterculture scene in the mid- 1960s, Irwin Klein used his [...]

A Parting Shot

At Lincoln Historic Site, theories have a way of coming out of the woodwork. BY GARY COZZENS On April 28, [...]

State of the Arts

BY TRICIA WARE This year’s Governor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts honors David Bradley, whose [...]

Dates With History 

Behind The Scenes At The Palace Of The Governors Photo Archives BY LES DALY Like a ghost, the photograph of [...]

Hide and Seek

BY PETER BG SHOEMAKER IN A PLEASANTLY CHAOTIC room near the Stewart L. Udall Center’s maintenance office, [...]

Into the Future

BY VALERIE K. VERZUH In contemporary art, Native American cultural power is located in the use of traditional [...]

Willa on My Mind

BY CANDACE WALSH I’ll begin my editorship with a shameful confession: after fourteen years in Santa Fe, I [...]

Forever Young

A groundbreaking juvenile dinosaur discovery in northwestern New Mexico enlivens the record. BY DR. SPENCER [...]

Sounding the Soul

BY CARMELLA PADILLA In the beginning was el cante—the song. The song was its own instrument. Its notes, [...]
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