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New Mexico History

Words of Winter

A little bird this winter day Was sitting on a snowy branch, And all the tree looked right away Like one big blossom avalanche. This

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New Mexico History

Marketing Death in New Mexico

The Egyptians refined the ancient practice of embalming from c.1550–1069 BC. By the mid 19th century it was readily available in other parts of the

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Santa Fe History

Canyon Road’s Ancient History

The Spaniards named El Camino del Cañón in 1598. Canyon Road provided the indigenous population with water and fertile soil for centuries. The trail that

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Artists

Visionary Artist

The artist Andrea “Drew” Bacigalupa and his wife Ellen moved to Santa Fe in 1954 because of its European ambiance. They remodeled an old adobe

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Artists

A Papal Connection

An on-going papal connection was ever-present in the life of the late artist Andrea “Drew” Bacigalupa. The artist died in March 2015 at the age

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