Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Month of Love in Santa Fe

ArtFeast should help whet your appetite for the ultimate foodie extravaganza: Santa Fe Restaurant Week, which has a growing list of restaurants (including La Plazuela) that will offer fine dining at a fixed-price. And to satisfy your sweet tooth, join chocolate historian Mark Sciscenti for a lecture and tasting in conjunction with the Museum of… Read more »

Postcard from La Fonda: Batty for the Batmobile at Barrett-Jackson

The Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction produces the world’s greatest collector car events each year in Scottsdale, Arizona; Palm Beach, Florida; Orange County, California; and Las Vegas, Nevada. The big buzz at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale this weekend was all about the Batmobile. The original 1955 Lincoln Futura concept car that was used in the… Read more »

Inter “View” from the Plaza with Katherine Jetter

Katherine (“Katie”) Jetter is a spunky, gorgeous, smart jeweler who lives in Santa Fe.  She has a GIA Graduate Gemology degree and worked for DeBeers and other jewelry designers in Europe and the United States before launching her own jewelry line here in the US in 2008.  You have a degree in psychology and background… Read more »

Stay Warm in Santa Fe in January

Our across-the-street neighbor, the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, opens a new exhibition of cutting-edge Native art, Thicker than Water, together with the symposium Personal Archive: Memory and Imagination in Contemporary Art. Also of interest to young collectors, the Zane Bennett Gallery does a show each year, Under Thirty-Five, showcasing up-and-coming artists whose work is… Read more »