Día de los Muertos
Dust off your marigold headdresses, friends: It's Día de los Muertos time. Different than Halloween (haunty) and All Saints' Day (reverent), the Day of the Dead honors the memories of loved ones who have passed with ofrendas (altars), sugar skulls, parades, and a sense that, while sad, death is inevitable and not to be feared.
Burque artists live in the now
Albuquerque Now is to our art scene what a telescope is to the moon: By focusing in on an exceptional fragment, we are better able to understand the beauty of the whole. The show, up now at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, displays dozens of locally crafted works in a stunning representation of our creative community, its diversity and its talent.
NET-IQUETTE at KiMo Theatre
Mayer Richard J. Berry invites the public to this free screening that follows children and the online cyber world.
2014 Albuquerque Latin Dance Festival at National Hispanic Cultural Center
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