New Life in the Old West

An Alto dinner show revives the frontier with chuck-wagon meals and western music (with a heaping side of yodeling).
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Navajo Silversmith Roland Brady lives in the shadow of New Mexico’s most iconic landmark—Shiprock Pinnacle. His mother taught him to work with silver, melting down old coins and silver scrap and hammering the metal into something beautiful. Now, five decades in, Roland Brady produces some of the most intricate and soulful pieces inspired from the landscape that he calls home.

From the July Issue...

Storytellers

Storytellers

KATE NELSON, CHERYL ALTERS JAMISON, ANDREW COLLINS, MINESH BACRANIA (more)

Go. See. Do.

EVENTS THIS MONTH:

Bring your inner alien to Roswell, join the Magdalena old-timers, catch a Los Alamos drone contest, and see the rockets’ red glare all over the state. (more)

Hidden NM

Hidden Gems

Our road-trip expert reveals his favorite lesser-known spots to eat, stay, ride horseback, and hit the links. (more)

Hidden NM

New Life in the Old West

An Alto dinner show revives the frontier with chuck-wagon meals and western music (with a heaping side of yodeling). (more)

Features

Dressing the Parts

Backstage at the Santa Fe Opera, a hidden city of tailors and wigmakers brings each production to fantastically detailed life. (more)

Features

Lowriders: Riding High

The coolest cars in the Southwest take it low and slow. Two museum exhibits and a new book fuel a native son’s journey of discovery into their blue-collar roots and metal-flake future. (more)

Art NM

A Stitch Out of Time

Traditional colcha embroidery has brightened New Mexico fabrics for centuries. Julia Gomez hopes to make it last for many more. (more)