With the blink of an eye, the Tomé Art Gallery will be full of colorful sugar skulls, remembrance altars and skeletons.
Articles for the ‘La Vida’ Category
The Pueblitos Elementary School stands along N.M. 116 surrounded by homes with little remnants of its former life as a school house.
An accidental beader and artist, Russell Ellis, says his work is "an art of compassion."
Textbook history is often the bare bones of the records — the names, dates, places and events of prominent citizens, businessmen, soldiers and wars of conquest or defense.
A rainbow butterfly design.
Canning is life.
Kenneth Tyger wants people to think, to be aware. He wants them to be aware of what is going on in politics, in our country, in the natural world and of mans' connection to its destruction and protection.
Contemporary New Mexico and the Ladrón Mountains are the setting for the recently published novel, "The Ruminators," written for young readers by local author Laura Wacha.
The first time I took my daughter, Caitlin, to watch the Disney movie "The Lion King," she was 2 years old. She was learning how to talk, and learning the difference between reality and fantasy.
Giggles and laughter emanated from one room in Faith Family Church of the Nazarene.
The sound of rattle, rattle, hiss, rattle, rattle, hiss is a common tune at Belen stencil artist Kevin Harding's garage studio.
It's been long anticipated, but Disney's "The Lion King," is now playing at Popejoy Hall in Albuquerque for a limited engagement of four weeks through Oct. 28.
They're dancing to keep the Hispanic heritage alive in New Mexican children and teenagers, and this month Los Niños de Santa Fe will be hosting an Outreach Dance Camp in Valencia County.
The majestic birds of our blue skies can't always escape our modern conveniences. Sometimes, these large birds end up the worse for their encounter with our contemporary world.
Talented shutterbugs have entered their prized photographs in a contest hosted by the Belen Art League.
Donna Van Leer isn't interested in making bold, political statements with her pastel work, but she carries a camera with her everywhere she goes just in case she comes upon that "artistic moment."
The curtain rose at Popejoy Hall earlier this month with a more-than-impressive performance by the Albuquerque Youth Symphony.
The history of the Rio Abajo can be seen in the classified advertisements of the Belen News and Valencia County News-Bulletin.
Jeff Jolly is about to change the world.
The steadily falling rain didn't put a damper on all the fans who came out last Tuesday to the Sandia Casino Amphitheater to witness Lita Ford, Poison and Def Leppard in concert.