Our Latest from the July 2019 issue

Believing in Our Past: Allan Affeldt & Las Vegas, Lamy, Winslow

(Story by Lynn Cline / Photographs by Douglas Merriam It requires a rare vision to bring history back to life, restoring treasured pieces of the past to their full glory. It’s a sixth sense really, and it has guided entrepreneur Allan Affeldt on a remarkable journey, restoring abandoned hotels that...

In the Key of Summer

(Story by Stephanie Hainsfurther/Photographs courtesy of Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival) Paul Huang is toting the 1742 ex-Wieniawski Guarneri del Gesù to the high desert for the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival. When he stepped in for Midori with the Detroit Symphony under Leonard Slatkin in 2015 (after winning an Avery...

On the Road

(Story by Sharon Niederman) Itching for adventure? It’s road-trip high season. Don’t be too busy, or you’ll miss it. Summer is just beginning, but we know how fast it flies by. Northeast Raton is the place for a glorious, old-fashioned Fourth of July at the Santa Fe Trail International Balloon Rally,...

The Thirteenth Child

(Story by Megan Kamerick / Photographs courtesy of Santa Fe Opera) There is a disturbing moment in the first act of The Thirteenth Child when King Hjarne, a deep bass, suddenly shifts into falsetto. “It’s always hair-raisingly creepy when a huge bulk of a man starts singing or whining in...

The Southside Rocks–Santa Fe Bandstand

(Story by Cullen Curtiss / Photographs courtesy of Santa Fe Bandstand) Outside In Productions Executive Director Michael Dellheim asks good questions. A while back, he and his board examined the landscape around one of their bigger productions, Santa Fe Bandstand, a free, live-summer-music series on Santa Fe’s downtown Plaza, and...

New Mexico Wine Country

(Story by Chris Goblet/Photographs by Paige Allsup and Chelsea Canon) On a recent trip to the West Coast, I asked a sommelier at dinner if he could name New Mexico’s three American Viticultural Areas (commonly referred to as AVAs). His response was in the form of another question, “New Mexico...

Morning Dispatch: Santa Fe 8 a.m.

(Story by Mark Oppenheimer / Photographs by Jane Phillips) I wake each morning with little variation on the same routine: I get out of bed, wash my face with cold water, brush my teeth and sit down to meditate. All before coffee. My mind is a very busy place, and...

Still Hungry? July 19

(Story by Cullen Curtiss) Music. Summer. Outdoors. Only good things come from those three words cohabitating in one sentence, such as, “I cannot wait for summer when there’s so much music offered outdoors.” Or, “Listening to music outdoors in the summer is just the best.” You get the picture. Now...

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In the Key of Summer

(Story by Stephanie Hainsfurther/Photographs courtesy of Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival) Paul Huang is toting the 1742 ex-Wieniawski Guarneri del Gesù to the high desert for the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival. When he stepped in for Midori with the Detroit Symphony under Leonard Slatkin in 2015 (after winning an Avery…

On the Road

(Story by Sharon Niederman) Itching for adventure? It’s road-trip high season. Don’t be too busy, or you’ll miss it. Summer is just beginning, but we know how fast it flies by. Northeast Raton is the place for a glorious, old-fashioned Fourth of July at the Santa Fe Trail International Balloon Rally,…

The Thirteenth Child

(Story by Megan Kamerick / Photographs courtesy of Santa Fe Opera) There is a disturbing moment in the first act of The Thirteenth Child when King Hjarne, a deep bass, suddenly shifts into falsetto. “It’s always hair-raisingly creepy when a huge bulk of a man starts singing or whining in…

The Southside Rocks–Santa Fe Bandstand

(Story by Cullen Curtiss / Photographs courtesy of Santa Fe Bandstand) Outside In Productions Executive Director Michael Dellheim asks good questions. A while back, he and his board examined the landscape around one of their bigger productions, Santa Fe Bandstand, a free, live-summer-music series on Santa Fe’s downtown Plaza, and…

New Mexico Wine Country

(Story by Chris Goblet/Photographs by Paige Allsup and Chelsea Canon) On a recent trip to the West Coast, I asked a sommelier at dinner if he could name New Mexico’s three American Viticultural Areas (commonly referred to as AVAs). His response was in the form of another question, “New Mexico…

Morning Dispatch: Santa Fe 8 a.m.

(Story by Mark Oppenheimer / Photographs by Jane Phillips) I wake each morning with little variation on the same routine: I get out of bed, wash my face with cold water, brush my teeth and sit down to meditate. All before coffee. My mind is a very busy place, and…

Still Hungry? July 19

(Story by Cullen Curtiss) Music. Summer. Outdoors. Only good things come from those three words cohabitating in one sentence, such as, “I cannot wait for summer when there’s so much music offered outdoors.” Or, “Listening to music outdoors in the summer is just the best.” You get the picture. Now…