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About the cover: "A Rare Visit: Black Hawk" by Crystal Foreman Brown. Her work can be seen at Leyba & Ingalls Arts, 315 N. Bullard in Silver City, 388-5725, and in the "Phantom Studio" at Weekend at the Galleries (see this issue's Arts Exposure section).