As an American, the state fair is sort of iconic. You eat cotton candy, ride the Ferris wheel, spend money to win things you’d wouldn’t ever buy, and perhaps come home with a new pet goldfish. The Feria in San Miguel de Allende is...

A great way to get under the skin of any city is to check out their museums. Lucky for us, a new friendship with some art collection managers meant a more interesting and fun exploration of free Friday evening museums.

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El Santuario de Chimayó, in Chimayó, New Mexico, is considered the most significant Catholic pilgrimage site in the United States. It receives nearly three hundred thousand visitors a year, but it’s not you’re your average church. Chimayó has a rich and complex history, involving...

As a freelance writer with a love for travel I spend a lot of time on the road and even more time in coffee shops. There are many factors that make a coffee shop truly great: good coffee (obviously!), consistent wifi, snappy staff, ambiance, and...

Santa Fe is famous for its art. It’s considered the third largest art market in America, just behind New York and LA. A walk down Canyon Road gives insight into this culture of art with more than a hundred galleries and every different style...

After a week in Santa Fe, staying on the Northeast side of the city up in the mountains off Hyde park road, taking my nightly walks and listening to the coyotes howl, but spending my days cranking out articles in different cafes; I was...

One of the great things about Mexico is, of course, tequila. Having worked in the industry for a couple of years, I love learning about the process, comparing and contrasting, and most of all exploring something new. While everyone knows about tequila, few dabble...

One of the ways I love to engage new places and cultures is through dance. With a dance history that led me from ballet to jazz to hip-hop and finally to being certified as a teacher of Improvisational Tribal Style belly dance, dance is...