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V.24 No.51 | 12/17/2015

Restaurant Review

Farmery Forever

Community finds a home at Green Jeans Farmery

It may look like the world’s cleanest Mad Max encampment, but Green Jeans Farmery offers a modern take on “community.”
V.24 No.45 | 11/5/2015
Santa Fe Brewing taproom
John Millington

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Rotten food in Belen, Last Call opens a new location and a New Mexico pizzeria is making waves on the national level.
V.19 No.37 | 9/16/2010
The Felice Brothers
Pieter M Van Hattem

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Mix Tape

The Felice Brothers’ journey from the Catskills to the Rockies

Listening to the earthy, earnest songs of The Felice Brothers, it’s easy to hear the band’s roots and the influence of its journey. Palenville, N.Y., is a hamlet of about 1,400 residents, nestled at the base of the Catskill Mountains near the Kaaterskill Falls. The fictional character Rip Van Winkle was supposed to have hailed from the town. It was there that brothers Ian, James and Simone Felice, the poor sons of a carpenter, grew up and began playing music. The brothers often held neighborhood jam sessions and played regularly during family backyard barbecues.

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V.19 No.28 | 7/15/2010
Etran Finatawa

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Let the Tribes Unite!

Etran Finatawa brings nomad blues from the Sahara

Niger, a landlocked West African country roughly twice the size of Texas, is one of the poorest places in the world. Mostly covered by desert, this hot, dusty zone is home to multiple ethnic groups, many of which are still nomadic. They lead their camels, cattle and goats along the edge of the Sahara in search of savanna pastures and water sources, sometimes clashing over limited resources. Two such groups are the Tuareg and the Wodaabe, who each have their own histories, social structures and religious beliefs.

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