2013 Writing Contest Winners


GRAND PRIZE
Building from the Ashes
Sometimes it takes the worst to bring out the best in people.

Ravens
Winning poetry

A Point of View
To make great art, someone has to poke the cattle.

Chauvet
Winning poetry

Heat Wave
In the cool of the night, someone was listening to her music.


Columns and Departments

Editor's Note
Letters
Desert Diary
Tumbleweeds
Henry Lightcap's Journal
100 Hikes
Southwest Gardener
Borderlines
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

El Gallo Pinto
Dining Guide
Table Talk


Arts Exposure

Red Dot Gallery Tour
Arts Scene
Gallery Guide



Body, Mind
& Spirit

Diary of a Caregiver (Part 3)
Hard Art of Dying
Natural Answers to Diabetes


HOME
About the cover




 

Table Talk

It's a busy fall at Shevek & Co. Restaurant in downtown Silver City. On Oct. 5 at 11 a.m., Chef Shevek offers a Greek cooking class. His French cooking class, also featuring a complete dinner, will be repeated on Nov. 9 at 11 a.m. due to popular demand. For both, pre-registration is required and the class is limited to eight students. Call 534-9168 or email contact@silver-eats.com; see thekissmethodgourmet.com/classes.html for more information. On Nov. 1 at 6:30 p.m., Shevek & Co. will offer a tasting dinner featuring six Day of the Dead- and Halloween-themed beers paired with Mediterranean foods. Reservations strongly recommended; see details at silver-eats.com/events.html. 602 N. Bullard St.

Tre Rosat is no longer open on Sundays for brunch, which is now served only on Saturdays. 304 N. Bullard St., 654-4919.

The Silver City Food Co-Op is now open on Sundays, beginning Oct. 6. Hours are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 520 N. Bullard St., 388-2343, www.silvercityfoodcoop.com.

Eat Your Heart Out is going barbecue, with the Oct. 7 opening of Eat Your Heart Out Barbecue, featuring classics like brisket and pulled pork, green chile chicken sandwiches and even a "BBQ Pork Sundae." Hours for eat-in or take-out are Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. The popular catering business will also continue at the same location, 800 W. Market in Silver City. 313-9005, guardianvlb@aol.com, cateringonmarket.com.

The Silver City Masonic Lodge will be sponsoring a Chili Challenge to find the best homemade chili in the area. It's now looking for contestants and judges. The actual challenge will be held Sunday, Nov. 10, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the lodge, 11 Ridge Road. Call 654-5102 for details.

Near Lake Roberts, Spirit Canyon Lodge will be open on Saturdays this fall and winter from 12-3 p.m., serving German food and a full menu. 684 Hwy. 35, 536-9459, www.spiritcanyon.com.

In Las Cruces, the invasion of chain eateries continues, with Famous Dave's barbecue reportedly planning to open a location there. On the other hand, the Fox's Pizza Den franchise at 1340 E. Lohman has closed.

 

Send restaurant news to
updates@red-or-green.com