” . . . I follow numerous scholars by arguing in favor of combining oral traditions with archaeology to develop a fuller understanding of the past.”
Robert S. Weiner
As I trailed Cathy Smith and her art work through the Nambe Trading Post, at one point I exclaimed, “You’re a frigging genius!”
“No,” she responded calmly. “I have a niche.”
Coyote is “up” because coyote is going down.
The permanent home of Natalie Curtis in 1921 was a tiny, three-room adobe in Santa Fe, New Mexico. However, when she was killed on a Paris street by a speeding motorist on October 23 of that year, about 15,000 people attended her funeral.
Does everyone know that it is National Condom Month? Are you participating?
“Dogs have an inherent—what we call divine—wisdom. Part of that wisdom is that no matter how we treat them, they still love us as they step into the role of guardian and/or angel for us.”
Randy Crutcher and Barb Horn
New Mexico is “The Land of Enchantment” for sure, but it is also a land of anomalies, of things unexpected.
“The silence is so profound that one can almost hear the sands of time shifting.”
The important numbers about New Mexico don’t look good, so wherein does its unique value lie?