An Unblushing Goodbye from Out ch'Yonda
By Marisa Demarco
There's no way to write an easy farewell to Out ch'Yonda Live Artz Studio. For any other venue, it'd go something like this: Out ch'Yonda opened its doors six years ago in Barelas with theater in mind but found itself a catch-all venue, including poetry, yoga, dance performances, workshops, art exhibits and tap-dancing classes. At the end of June, founders Virginia Hampton and Stephanie Willis, faced with rising rent costs, will shut it down.
End of an Era
An interview with the Santa Fe Opera’s Richard Gaddes
By Steven Robert Allen
During New Mexico’s monsoon season, clouds well up on the dry mesas, thunder cracks the sky wide open and, when we’re lucky, our parched desert gets the thorough drenching it deserves. Around that same time, the Santa Fe Opera (SFO) opens its regular season. At its finest, a night at the opera in New Mexico can meld the fury of the natural world and the electrical storms rocking that partial open-air stage.
Red, White and Blackwater
An interview with Jeremy Scahill
By Christie Chisholm
Jeremy Scahill leads his book with a disquieting snapshot.
“My son! My son!” The police officer sprinted toward the voice and found a middle-aged woman inside a vehicle holding a twenty-year-old man who had been shot in the forehead and was covered in blood. ...
“Don’t shoot, please!” Khalaf recalled yelling. But as he stood with his hand raised, Khalaf says, a gunman from the fourth Blackwater vehicle opened fire on the mother gripping her son and shot her dead before Khalaf’s ... eyes.
COURTESY OF E! ENTERTAINMENT
A candid conversation with foul-mouthed gossip guru Chelsea Handler
By Simon McCormack
If talk show host, author and stand-up comedian Chelsea Handler has a calling card, it’s her brutal honesty.
Alice in Wonderland
By Devin D. O'Leary
A new adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s beloved classic.
Elvis Impersonation Contest
By Renée Chavez
Contestants compete for cash prizes. Peanut butter and banana sandwiches served for competitors.
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