Posts Categorized: Music

Feed Your Soul in Santa Fe this Winter

Sipapu Ski Resort offers free clinics and instruction all day Jan. 18 at the annual Telemark Festival, followed by the skin-up/ski-down Telemark race. The annual Souper Bowl XX (Feb. 1) dishes up dozens of soups from Santa Fe’s top restaurants in a competition where Northern New Mexico’s food bank ends up a winner. Estrella del… Read more »

Ski and Celebrate the Holidays in Santa Fe

Skiers have their fingers crossed for a heavy snowpack, with resorts scheduled to open from Thanksgiving (Santa Fe and Taos) through Dec. 13 (Angel Fire). Downhill fans already know about Taos and Angel Fire, but less-crowded, economical options include not just Ski Santa Fe but also Pajarito, Red River, Sandia (in Albuquerque), Sipapu, and Ski… Read more »

Every Night Feels Like the Weekend in Santa Fe in August

It’s the Indian art extravaganza of the year: Santa Fe Indian Market has grown to attract more than 150,000 art buyers and art-lovers, eager to see the latest from 1,100 of the best Native American artists. The week’s events include the Native Cinema Showcase, the first annual pre-party, the much-anticipated Best of Show Ceremony and… Read more »

Inter “View” from the Plaza with Brian Hardgroove

Brian Hardgroove is the bassist for Public Enemy (inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in December 2012), but his musical talents extend far beyond one instrument, one band. Hardgroove is an accomplished musician, producer, radio host and teacher. After relocating to Santa Fe from New York City, Hardgroove immediately lent his talents… Read more »