UNM professor searches for truth in his mother’s desert murder
How the legacy of Wyatt Earp and the Old West helped precipitate a shocking death.
Drifting Toward the Surface
Jacqueline walks the beautiful beaches of the Aegean Sea every day, watching tourists sunbathe, but she also battles constant hunger and a horrific past.
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Blind Boys of Alabama
Hear gospel classics, Christmas tunes and other gems from a 70-plus-year career.
Image courtesy of the artist
The Doo-Wop Project Christmas
Five charismatic Broadway stars, backed by a hot five-piece band, perform the classics and add their versions of contemporary pop hits, with some “doowopified” Christmas classics sprinkled in.
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Digital Disobedience: The Algorithm as Saboteur
Enjoy a group exhibition curated by Amy Traylor and Cat Hulshoff. Runs through 12/31.
Image courtesy of Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Stories by the Fireside
Traditional Pueblo culture places great value on storytelling as a means of entertainment, education and community, with storyteller being a venerated role canonized in the playful storyteller sculptures found in galleries and homes across this region. This tradition is on full, living, cozy display at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center this month, with Stories by the Fireside, every Sundayfrom 5 to 6pm. All ages are welcome to attend these free hearthside storytelling presentations, some accompanied by hands-on crafts, and all replete with hot cocoa. This week's story comes from the book Wild Wisdom: Animal Stories of the Southwest, by Rae Ann Kumelos, and includes an animal stencil craft activity, using tissue paper. Only two dates are left this month, so head out on Dec. 23 or Dec. 30 for a cozy evening with the fam.