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  • New Earth Orchids
    On a leisurely drive through Santa Barbara, Ron Midgett glimpsed cymbidium orchids growing in people’s yards. The cluster of star-shaped blooms, the vibrant hues, and the way the petals seemed to collapse into themselves all had Ron hooked. Four decades later, he has taken his love of orchids far beyond the realms of adoration. He has grown orchids across the United States, bred his own blooms, and assessed hybrid blossoms as an accredited judge for the American Orchid Society. And at New Earth Orchids, he introduces gardeners to dozens of orchid breeds, earning a slew of positive press and love letters from bumblebees. Additionally, he strives to make orchid growing accessible to novice gardeners by providing growing tips, stocking proper supplies, and offering free workshops.
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    6003 Jaguar Dr
    Santa Fe, NM US
  • La Fonda Hotel
    Bead Fest Santa Fe unites do-it-yourselfers and arts-and-crafters during a four-day celebration of beads, jewelry—and for good measure—some more beads. More than 150 booths and tables set up shop for the event, each ready to restock repertoires with gems, stones, and a hodgepodge of other supplies. In between exploring the sea of exhibitors, attendees learn about the latest techniques, tricks, and tools at nearly 100 all-inclusive workshops (not included with the price of admission). There, artists from around the country provide education on specific topics in classes such as Intro to Metalsmithing and Wire Weaving, where guests learn the craftiest way to escape prison. Free demonstrations, book signings, and other attractions round out the fest's collection of creative attractions.
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    100 E San Francisco St
    Santa Fe, NM US
  • New Mexico Magazine
    New Mexico Magazine showcases the diversity of its namesake southwestern state, documenting the fiestas and colorful characters of its tiniest communities along with the nightlife and gourmet cuisine of its metropolises. Founded in 1923, the publication stands as the country’s oldest state magazine, still piquing the interest of more than 100,000 readers after almost a century. One of its recurring features, the “Tasting NM” column, delights readers with favorite recipes and food facts, which can range from how to best prepare lamb to the easiest way to boil toast. Each of the magazine’s monthly issues pivots on a theme, such as October's “History and Mystery,” an issue that guides readers on a journey through local heritage, travel, and folklore.
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    495 Old Santa Fe Trl
    Santa Fe, NM US
  • On Your Feet
    Footwear and apparel emporia On Your Feet, On Your Little Feet, and Get it Together share a roof and a devotion to propagating stylish and sturdy gear for adventurous customers. On Your Little Feet outfits spirited kids from a stockpile of socks, tights, and shoes such as the infant Keen Sunport ($32), a tiny version of the trusted sandal-tennis-shoe hybrid, and the comfy Nike Sunray sandal ($25). For the adult and teenage sole, On Your Feet doles out toe tents such as the Keen Whisper ($85), a sandal-tennis-shoe hybrid made from polyester webbing that lets feet breathe without the customary foot snorkel. Men’s footwear options include the Vibram Komodo Sport ($100) made with stretch nylon to form a glove-like nook for each toe. Get it Together furnishes dressing options for active lifestyles, such as a Cut Loose tencel top ($48) and jeggings, a fusion of leggings and jazz, from Not Your Daughters Jeans ($95).
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    520 Montezuma Ave
    Santa Fe, NM US
  • Nambe Outlet Store
    Nambé has been a family owned company since 1951. The company uses its own unique metal alloy and a 15-step casting process to produce high-end tabletop, gift and home décor items. Nambé maintains the resultant metal designs have the beauty and luster of silver and the strength of iron, yet will not crack, peel or tarnish.
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    924 Paseo De Peralta
    Santa Fe, NM US
  • Home Grown New Mexico
    The Kitchen Garden & Coop Tour, organized by Edible Santa Fe and Home Grown New Mexico, spotlights chicken coops, produce gardens, and other self-hewn food-raising solutions constructed by six green-thumbed area homeowners. Sondra Goodwin smashed through asphalt, concrete, and astroturf to free up a half-acre space for her garden of unusual varietals, including water spinach, japanese mugwort, and a dancer melon that looks like a greenish Rick Moranis. The hydrophilic Baker family uses water-conserving contraptions to irrigate their densely fertile lot, and the scrupulously maintained fruit trees and vegetable beds of Home Grown New Mexico board member Don Emery enmesh onlookers in an aesthetic maze of landscaping intricacy.
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    2053 Camino Llado
    Santa Fe, NM US

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