Santa Fe ranked 7th for “Top Art & Architecture Destination”

Posted by on Aug 29, 2012 in News, Uncategorized | No Comments

Our very own “City Different” has been ranked 7th for “Top 10 International Destinations for Art & Architecture” by Hotwire.com.  Among other iconic cites including Paris, France, Florence, Italy, and Amsterdam, Netherlands, Santa Fe’s incredible art scene and its well-maintained architectural heritage have placed it in this unique and prestigious category.  We are thrilled that ...

“Rehabilitating Resources” The New Mexico Commission for the Blind opens new Skills Training Center in Albuquerque, and prepares for the remodel of a facility in Alamogordo, NM

Posted by on Jul 20, 2012 in Community, News, Uncategorized | No Comments

Earlier this summer, members of the Board of Directors of the New Mexico Commission for the Blind (NMCFB), dedicated its new, state-of-the-art Skills Training Center located in south Albuquerque. A former 6,000 square-foot sewing area attached to the larger Albuquerque facility was transformed into a warm, comfortable training center where life skills can be taught ...

“A sacred space”: Reaching out to New Mexico’s Native American Communities

“A sacred space”: Reaching out to New Mexico’s Native American Communities

Nambe Pueblo, 1934 HABS Photo Settled in the earlier part of the 14th Century, the Pueblo of Nambe is one of New Mexico’s 19 Pueblo tribes, and one of six Tewa-speaking Pueblos.  Historically, Nambe was known for its strong agriculture, textiles, and pottery production.  Nestled in the foothills of the the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, ...