On the Mary and Joseph Trail

Three visions of Las Posadas in Northern New Mexico.
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December 2014

Feature Story

Zuni Staying Power

Zuni Pueblo offers visitors quiet lessons in resilience and devotion, along with a profusion of beautiful handmade art and rich mutton stew. (more)

Feature Story

In Harvey Heaven

New Mexico was the spiritual home and primary incubator of America’s first and foremost hospitality company, named for its founder, Fred Harvey. The opening this month of a permanent Harvey exhibit at the NM History Museum represents a milestone in the revival of passionate interest in the company’s 138-year-old legacy. (more)

Artscapes

Card Games

A newfound trove of handmade holiday greetings shared among 20th-century artists is a pure delight. (more)

Tasting NM

Home for the Holidays ... and Beyond

Santa Fe has always proudly claimed John Rivera Sedlar as a local chef done good. Back on home turf, Sedlar celebrates his grandmother’s influence, along with his globally gleaned education. (more)

Going Places

Western NM Road Trip

Traipse across lava fields, find turquoise treasures, and relish the local fare on the scenic route between Grants and Gallup. (more)

Going Places

Skiing and Snowboarding

Season of Dreams: With snow in the forecast and the new lift to Kachina Peak opening in Taos, New Mexico is the hot place to hit the slopes this winter. (more)

Movies

Stars in Alignment

Tommy Lee Jones rides again, along with Hilary Swank, in The Homesman, a made–in–New Mexico production. (more)

A-ha! NM Found

Candlelight Vigil

A writer recalls her earliest Christmas memories as a child in Isleta Pueblo. (more)

December 1942

Our Back Pages

A look inside the archives at one of our classic issues from 91 years of New Mexico Magazine. (more)