A Good Walk Unspoiled
Walking — and painting — Silver City's Boston Hill

Local Characters
You know these New Mexicans — even though none is real

Mavericks Among Us
The ocotillo, ephedra, sotol and allthorn — all highly individualistic plants

Columns and Departments

Editor's Note
Desert Diary
100 Hikes
Henry Lightcap's Journal
The Starry Dome
Talking Horses
Ramblin' Outdoors
Guides to Go
Continental Divide

Special Sections

40 Days & 40 Nights
The To-Do List

Red or Green

Peace Meal Burrito Bar
Dining Guide
Table Talk

Arts Exposure

Arts Scene
Pud Franzblau
Gallery Guide

Body, Mind
& Spirit

New Year, New Breath
Hypnotherapy and Hidden Treasure

About the cover

to do list

The calendar may say 2013, but the holidays aren't over hereabouts: The Conservatory of Dance's annual performance of The Nutcracker Ballet is Jan. 12 at the WNMU Fine Arts Center Theatre (following a Jan. 11 school performance).


Or you can get a jump on spring at WILL's Spring Signup Social on Jan. 10 at the WNMU Global Resource Center. And while you're looking into learning, writers out there can get tips from novelist Steve Havill on Jan. 26 at a workshop sponsored by the Southwest Festival of the Written Word; it's at Bear Mountain Lodge.


To learn about what's up with Gila/Mimbres Community Radio, check out the open house at the nonprofit station's new studio at 519B N. Bullard in Silver City on Jan. 18.


This month has music, too. Join in the Annual 12th Night Dance on Jan. 12 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall in Silver City, featuring members of the Privy Tipper Band from Tucson, with local legends Bayou Seco and the Fiddling Friends. Or sit and listen to versatile concert pianist Yana Reznik at WNMU on Jan. 25, the latest from the Community Concert Association.


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