Guadalupe’s Fun Rubber Stamps

Guadalupe’s Fun Rubber Stamps is the home of StampaFe Art Stamps: “[It’s] an eclectic, fun and funky line with a southwestern flair. Willard Clark, Jaye Oliver and Penny Baker are among our artists. Image categories include: Goddess; Eastern Religions; Our Lady of Guadalupe; Hearts – including Sacred Hearts and Hands; Day of the Dead; Words and Phrases; People; Random Things; Plants; Animals and Insects; […]

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Ski Santa Fe and Artistic Side Trips

Jennifer Hiller and her family visited Santa Fe and she wrote about her experiences in the San Antonio Express-News. The majority of the article describes their days skiing in Santa Fe, not Taos or another location, but a mountain right in Santa Fe! “From Ski Santa Fe’s 10,350 base elevation to its peaks above 12,000 feet, there’s a […]

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The Raven: Fine Consignments & Antiques

The Raven (formerly known as Recollections Fine Consignment Furniture and Antiques) provides a great venue in Santa Fe for your fine furniture, antique and garden consignments — whether you’re looking to sell or buy! Since 2002 The Raven has been Santa Fe’s best store for upscale furniture consignments. We carry everything from fine interiors and […]

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Jambo Café

Jambo Café, an award winning, mostly East African cuisine hipster hangout, is one of Santa Fe’s most unique (and unlikely) restaurants. The exotic locale of Lamu Island, off the coast of Kenya, with its Swahili fusion of European, Arabic and Indian influences, is at the heart of owner-chef Ahmed Obo’s spirited cuisine. It was there, […]

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Fort Marcy Recreation Complex

Fort Marcy Recreation Complex is a beautiful facility located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe. The complex boasts a 25-yard pool, fully equipped weight room, unique selection of cardio-equipment, racquetball courts and a full court gymnasium. Ft. Marcy offers a comprehensive range of fitness classes and sports leagues. The community room is available for […]

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Tecolote Cafe

The Tecolote Cafe is a family run restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch. They’re known for their great “bread baskets” — stop by and give them a try! You can see the menu on their website. How the Tecolote Cafe Got Started When Alice and Bill Jennison first opened Tecolote Cafe on June 2, 1980, their […]

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Santa Fe Culture: Past Meets Future

The city’s carefully constructed image as a mecca of Southwestern-themed art, turquoise jewelry, and folksy spiritualism has lately begun to evolve, thanks to a group of oddball artists and entrepreneurs who insist on seeing their hometown differently. (Source: Amanda Fortini, “In Santa Fe, the Past Meets the Future”, Travel + Leisure) In this Travel + Leisure article, Fortini explains how […]

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Acoma Pueblo: North America’s Oldest Continuously Inhabited Settlement

Acoma Pueblo in Valencia County has been occupied by the Acoma people for over 800 years, since 1150AD – though today it only has 50 full-time residents. (Source: Daily Mail) Haa’ku: A Place Prepared The video below, Haa’ku: A Place Prepared, features Acoma tribal elder Ernest Vallo and Brian Vallo, Director of the Acoma Cultural Center, sharing […]

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Mike Lopez Roofing

I’ve spent the last four days meeting with a parade of inspectors, contractors, and a landscaper and an engineer in order the perform due diligence for on an amazing Eastside property that just might become the new home of Adobe Oasis. That’s right, we’re upsizing! Mike Lopez Roofing was on the short list of highly recommended […]

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Arroyo Hondo Panorama

Like a prairie dog popping up out of a hole in New Mexico’s high desert, I stood for a few minutes on a mound of earth near my friends home in Arroyo Hondo, surveying the late winter afternoon, the distant Sandia Mountains, the open space interrupted only by occasional chamisa and pinon,… A photograph can’t […]

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