Gallup New Mexico

Gallup

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Albuquerque New Mexico

Albuquerque

When Spanish settlers put down roots in 1706 they chose this river-adjacent swath for the city’s founding neighborhood. Presided over by the Spanish, Mexican, territorial, United States, and even the Confederacy for a time, this storied neighborhood has been the city’s cultural heart for more than 300 years. Today’s visitors can still experience that old-world vibe, frozen in time thanks …

Albuquerque Classics

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Alexander Girard

Place Making

By Ashley M. Biggers In a letter to friends, Alexander Girard enumerated the reasons for his 1953 move from Michigan to Santa Fe. One of the most influential interior and textile designers of the 20th century, Girard (1907–1993) also ventured to the Land of Enchantment to be closer to the Mexican and Pueblo cultures that inspired him to reintroduce color …

Albuquerque Attractions

Homegrown Albuquerque

Photo by Gabriella Marks Jennifer James is one of Albuquerque’s star chefs with multiple James Beard Award nominations under her belt. In 2017, she and partner Nelle Bauer opened Frenchish (frenchish.co) in Nob Hill, a nod to her love of French cuisine and her self-trained culinary prowess. Here are a few of her favorite Duke City activities: “Go for a …