Tag: New Mexico

Q&A With Sharon Stewart

Compuerta

Making a life with photography According to Sharon Stewart’s website bio, photography is in her genes. Her Great Great Aunt Sadie, Quaker, was a commercial photographer in 1880s Iowa, having a studio with another Quaker woman. Stewart says the impetus of her photographic work… Continue Reading “Q&A With Sharon Stewart”

Vet Project Taps into the Creative Spirit

Wagon Mound

Guest Post by Rene Rosa – A Veteran Affair Once upon a time, each having traveled great distances seeking adventure, two people met not one moment too soon nor one moment too late. Crossing continents, he had participated in military campaigns as a combat… Continue Reading “Vet Project Taps into the Creative Spirit”

Las Vegas Ambassadors

The bustle of waitresses, the hum of conversation, and the clatter of dishes serve as background music as Kathy Hendrickson rushes into the restaurant for an interview about her new business, Southwest Detours. She has dramatic flare and while she isn’t wearing her Indian… Continue Reading “Las Vegas Ambassadors”

Homage to Las Vegas Historic Homes

PAINTED LADIES Bedraggled and empty, her worn gables sagging like an old woman’s wig, askew and tatty. Behind a scarred oak door a dull wooden staircase, marred wainscoting, wallpaper stained and torn. Oh, but the memories that sing through her halls telling of family… Continue Reading “Homage to Las Vegas Historic Homes”

Lively Las Vegas

Thanks to the Las Vegas Arts Council, we are kept up to date on exhibits, performances, cultural activities, and much more. Their calendar of events is posted online and readily available for review. If you have an event you would like to schedule, call… Continue Reading “Lively Las Vegas”

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