V.21 No.24 | 6/14/2012
Music to Your Ears
By Jessica Cassyle Carr
Though Santa Fe de Nuevo México became a territory of the United States in 1850, six decades passed before it was finally anointed 47th state. Despite ongoing union-joining efforts on the part of the citizenry, the lapse was due to federal government reluctance—the inhabitants here were seen as uncivilized and just not quite Anglo enough—but in 1912 the state was judged adequately assimilated. This January, New Mexico observed its statehood centennial, and fiestas will continue throughout the year. One of the biggest will be effervescing in Downtown Albuquerque this weekend.
The House on Mango Street at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Sandra Cisneros reads from her work and signs copies afterwards.
Mexican Dinner Night at M’Tucci’s Cocina Grill
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