Monthly Archives: March 2010

Lannan at the Lensic

One of the many unique and special things about living in Santa Fe is being able to take advantage of the Readings and Conversations Program sponsored by the Lannan Foundation. These lectures occur throughout the year and are held in our venerable and gorgeously renovated historic theater, the Lensic. Santa Feans are fortunate that Patrick… Read more »

Santa Fe has Amazingly Talented People!

Have you ever just not wanted to like someone before you’ve even met them? Admittedly, not the most gracious of admissions but, nevertheless… Brian Byrnes, the new executive director of the Santa Fe Community Foundation was one of these people. I really didn’t want to like him. I had convinced myself that I wouldn’t, even before I actually… Read more »

Santa Fe’s Restaurant Week

Santa Fe’s first ever Restaurant Week was a great success! What an amazing opportunity to experience some of our finest restaurants at great prices. I know how marvelous Lane Warner’s food is at La Plazuela since I eat here at La Fonda numerous times each week, but I wanted to test it out on two… Read more »

Santa Fe Scene in Scottsdale

For this weekend only, most of Santa Fe’s Native American artists, collectors and gallery owners headed to Scottsdale for the 2010 Heard Museum Indian Market; my husband, Rob, and I were no exception. Three of these talented artists, Mateo Romero,   Marla Allison, and Ryan Singer all had booths at the Heard Show. When Rob… Read more »

Welcome to “View from the Plaza”

Welcome to the “View from the Plaza”! My name is Jennifer Kimball and I am the Chairman of the Board of La Fonda on the Plaza in Santa Fe, NM. In this blog I will be sharing my unique perspective of life in Santa Fe as seen from the historic La Fonda on the Plaza…. Read more »