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Shrewd, charming, fiercely independent, beautiful wealthy, powerful, respected. These are the words used to describe Madame La Tules, a successful businesswoman in the 1800’s, ahead of her time. But not everyone respected her success or the business that created it. Rumors and gossip abounded among Americans, outside of her elite …
Top 10 Sights to See at Meow Wolf

Recently I got the chance to explore the mysterious, mystical playground that is Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return. With an impressive amount of depth and detail, I am sure I missed a few things and probably have even forgotten a few since my visit, so if your favorite part of Meow Wolf isn’t listed here, leave a comment and let me know what …
5 Things to do in Santa Fe

Santa Fe is one of New Mexico’s great cities of culture and entertainment. Whether you’re planning a day trip, a weekend stay, or a full vacation, there are all sorts of exciting experiences to enjoy. We’ll get you started with our favorite five things to do in Santa Fe. 1. …
Roadtrip to the Classical Gas Museum

Johnnie Meier built the Classical Gas Museum around his extensive collection of vintage gas station and travel memorabilia. With a love for the culture of the road, Johnnie has been adding items to this collection and displaying it for free for more than three decades. He opened the museum in …

Locally made films to watch for at the 2018 Las Cruces International Film Festival An array of features, shorts, music videos, and animations from all over the world will screen in under a month at the Las Cruces International Film Festival! But what about those made film? As a proud …

We recently told you about the Duran family’s massive collection of Christmas ornaments, handcrafted by New Mexican artists, which is on display in Albuquerque. This is a mind boggling display of hundreds of original works of art from the brilliant and creative minds of New Mexico. Now, you can take …
New Mexico in Black and White

New Mexico has been alive with fall colors; but lately, we’ve all been seeing New Mexico in black and white. We get to see through the eyes of ordinary people, our friends, family, and colleagues, a unique peek at the peripheral lives of New Mexicans. The Black and White Challenge …
National Novel Writing Month

November is National Novel Writing Month! Last month was National Book Month, and we told you how to accomplish your goals in New Mexico if you want to publish a book. If you want something rewarding to do this November in New Mexico, then there’s no better time to take part in …
november in new mexico

Are you  wondering what to do in November in New Mexico? There is no shortage of events, from the last of the Día de los Muertos celebrations to the return of the sandhill cranes and two circuses opening up for Thanksgiving weekend. There’s a lot going on this month, and …
fall colors in new mexico

If you haven’t gotten out to view the fall colors in New Mexico, yet, you’ll want to do it soon! The leaves start changing color in September and reach their peak by mid-October. Of course, the fall colors in New Mexico will continue into November, and the lower elevations won’t …