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Trip Guide: Santa Fe

May 1, 2014 By Jordan Breal

Plan a summertime weekend strolling through the streets of Santa Fe using this guide with tips on what to do, where to eat, and where to stay.

Just Say Snow

Jan 20, 2013 By Joe Nick Patoski and Jason Cohen

Breathtaking scenery, tons of runs, and pillowy, powdery white stuff: If you need a lift this winter, New Mexico skiing won’t leave you cold.

They Haven’t Got a Prayer

Nov 1, 2000 By Pamela Colloff

In the Gulf Coast town of Santa Fe, high school football games had always kicked off with a prayer, but in June the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the practice violated the separation of church and state. Now the issue—which has turned neighbor against neighbor and provoked some decidedly un-Christian behavior— has grown from a local controversy into a national one.

Santa Fête

Jul 31, 1995 By Gary Cartwright

When rich Texas hostesses want to put on the biggest charity bash of the summer, where do they go? New Mexico of course.

Spanish Class

Jun 30, 1995 By Patricia Sharpe

In the market for high-quality handmade Hispanic crafts? You’ll find them—and more—at Santa Fe’s famous fair.

Atomic War Fare

Apr 1, 1995 By Carol Chapman

Now is the time to visit New Mexico, where the A-bomb exploded on the scene half a century ago.