SantaFe.com stories

2 Oct

Be sure to check out the new SantaFe.com page set up for stories from this class. Stories include:

The Cutting Edge of Film Festivals

“Judy Blume will sign copies on Oct. 18 of ‘Tiger Eyes,’ following the screen adaption of the novel”

by Allyson Lupovich

 

Birbiglia Gets Laughs at The Lensic

“Birbiglia had the crowd in the palm of his hand”

by Nick Beckman

Shaheen Rassoul Speaks of ‘Speakeasy’

“As always, awesomeness is encouraged”

by Jessica O’Brien

Muse Times Two Kicks Off Fall Series

“Each event pairs a headliner reader with a local poet to enhance local and national literary connections”

by Veronica Menne

Facebook Group of Local Musicians Asks OTAB For More Support For Local Music Scene

” If Santa Feans are truly upset with the current city night life…they have to help create it themselves”

by Nick Martinez

 

Henry Rollins: Opportunism, Straight Up

“Whether we decide to label Rollins as musician, actor, spoken word poet/master, author, DJ, workaholic, or renaissance man, he is an opportunist”

by Arianna Sullivan

Santa Fe Renaissance Fair: Fifth Year and Counting

“The Santa Fe Renaissance Fair turned out to be a pleasant surprise”

by Clara Hittel

Indie Cinema Makes a Home at the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival

The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival was founded with the intention of challenging the film audience of Santa Fe

by Charlotte Martinez

The Little Hills In Autumn

“The Visitor Center for Cerrillos Hills State Park, at the very heart of Cerrillos, opened in May of this year”

by Brandon Ghigliotty

The Tao of Tea

“each sip of tea is an ‘unrepeatable event’, a new experience Tealchemy is hoping to share with the world”

by Brady Johnson

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