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The Santa Fe desert has more to offer than luxury real estate. A local train that runs through the area offers scenic views of the Southwest and delicious food to dine on.

A luxurious train ride through the Southwest

17 Mar 2015
The Santa Fe desert has more to offer than just  luxury real estate . A local train that regularly runs through the area offers scenic views of the Southwest and delicious food to dine on.  The Buffet Brunch Train experience One of the Santa Fe Southern Railway's self-proclaimed "most popular" attractions is the B Read More
The 21st annual Souper Bowl kicks off this weekend!

The 21st annual Souper Bowl kicks off this weekend!

15 Jan 2015
Hut, hut, hike! The 21st annual Souper Bowl in Santa Fe kicks off this Saturday, Jan. 17, from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center. The Souper Bowl is a lighthearted competition between 29 local restaurants for the title of Best Soup in Santa Fe.  Guests to the event should come with empty stomachs as they prepare Read More
Come celebrate Christmas at the Palace

Come celebrate Christmas at the Palace

10 Dec 2014
Santa Fe's much loved tradition of celebrating Christmas at the Palace brings the community together every year. Don't miss out on this wonderful chance to enjoy an evening of fun with the whole family on Friday, Dec. 12. The 30th anniversary of the Christmas at the Palace tradition will be celebrated with everything that St. Nick and Read More
Ski Santa Fe opening Dec. 6

Ski Santa Fe opening Dec. 6

25 Nov 2014
Get ready to experience a true winter wonderland: Ski Santa Fe is getting ready to re-open this Dec. 6 for the 2014-2015 ski season. The resort's snowmakers are hard at work getting the peak ready for visitors and have been met with tremendous success so far, Ski Santa Fe reported. With any significant snowfall, the peak could be open ear Read More
Winter Indian Market and Festival of Trees - Two events in one!

Winter Indian Market and Festival of Trees - Two events in one!

24 Nov 2014
After you've eaten your fill on Thanksgiving, sent the relatives home with leftovers, braved Black Friday and returned home with your sanity and holiday gifts intact, it's safe to say that you'll be ready for a relaxing weekend. What better way to spend that time than at the combined Winter Indian Market and Festival of Trees at the Sa Read More
Learn about Western heritage at the MRM Fred Harvey exhibit

Learn about Western heritage at the MRM Fred Harvey exhibit

5 Nov 2014
The Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos, New Mexico has proudly introduced an exhibit titled "Fred Harvey and the Making of the American West." Anyone interested in learning about the rich culture, tradition and history of the Southwest region should be sure not to miss this unique exhibit.  Prominently featured will be items borrowed f Read More
The Santa Fe Farmers' Market is open year round!

The Santa Fe Farmers' Market is open year-round!

22 Oct 2014
There are few things better in this life than the taste of farm fresh food. Fruits, vegetables, cheeses and wines are featured prominently at the Santa Fe Farmers' Market, bringing a taste of the rustic to the area's historic landmarks, luxury real estate and vital populous. The Santa Fe Farmers' Market in the Railyard is open yea Read More
The High Line Dinner is this week

Santa Fe will soon play host to Wine & Chile Fiesta

23 Sep 2014
Santa Fe residents have a lot to celebrate: The perfectly modulated weather in their home town, the luxury real estate located throughout it and the thriving social scene, for just a few examples. Later on this week, though, they'll be able to celebrate something much more specific than any of those earlier factors - as a major annual party wi Read More
San Francisco Opera to offer family-friendly screening of 'The Magic Flute' in Sonoma

The 57th Season of the Santa Fe Opera begins

23 Jun 2014
For those living in luxurious Santa Fe, good news: one of the location's cultural hallmarks is about to return for an exciting new season of programming. Bizet's "Carmen" will be opening up the 58th season of the Santa Fe Opera, and denizens of the area couldn't be more excited.  This latest performan Read More
2014 Passport to the Arts to be held this weekend in Santa Fe

2014 Passport to the Arts to be held this weekend in Santa Fe

8 May 2014
As one of the most geographically diverse states in America, New Mexico has long been the focus of artists. In fact, its capital city of Santa Fe is considered one of the country's most culturally vibrant areas, currently boasting a collection of celebrated museums and having formerly served as the home of revered Georgia O'Keeffe.&nb Read More