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Tonight we are celebrating the opening of artist Suzanne Sbarge at the Turner Carroll Gallery
Dovetail opens tonight at 5 pm and is on view through December 14.
About the work Suzanne says, “Some of the earliest examples of dovetail wood joinery are found in ancient Egyptian burials, places where body and spirit re-aligned and transformed. The hybrid characters in my work are similarly in states of flux, emerging from the unconscious and becoming something real, or exiting the limitations of the natural world and becoming new beings in new dreamscapes.”
Get out in the SNOW:
Yesterday Santa Fe had its first real snowstorm of the season. Here are a few fun ways to enjoy the white stuff!
Although the Norski Track Ski Trail is home to the Santa Fe Snowshoe Classic, a 3.6-mile race held in January, this area is not regularly open to snowshoers. Instead, opt for other trails off Hyde Park Road, such as Aspen Vista, a 6-mile trek up a forest road to Tesuque Peak (12,040 feet) and the most popular route in the Sangres. For a more rolling route at a lower elevation, try the Chamisa Trail, which connects to the Windsor Trail after 2.5 miles. Turn around there, or wander alongside Tesuque Creek.
A Warm Cocktail on A Cold Night:
Paloma is a wonderful Mexican-inspired restaurant in downtown Santa Fe.
Have you been to the bar?
Paloma’s bar is mezcal-focused with a festive selection of agave based cocktails as well as classic cocktails, beer, and wine. We offer mezcal and tequila flights at fair prices. We love to talk about mezcal and tequila! Last night Paloma posted on their Instagram account @palomarestaurant that they are serving Illegal Hot Toddys.
What is an Illegal Hot Today? Message us if you know.