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Frida’s Bathroom: A Contested Space

06. February 2015

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By Margaret Randall Frida’s Bathroom: A Contested Space

A locked room gives a glimpse into the mystery, complexity and strength of a Mexican icon.

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Friday Voyage: Mexico City

30. January 2015

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Mexico City

The Aztecs called it Tenochtitlán; and the city that rose from a lake is still slowly revealing its ancient secrets to a modern metropolis. 

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‘I, the worst of all women’

22. January 2015

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By Margaret Randall ‘I, the worst of all women’

The life of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, the brilliant and defiant 17th century religious sister and author who's become a feminist icon. 

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Friday Voyage: Bosque del Apache

02. January 2015

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Bosque del Apache

The body language of cranes on display just south of Socorro amidst the myriad shades of New Mexico winter. 

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The United States and Cuba: A Half Century

19. December 2014

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By Margaret Randall The United States and Cuba: A Half Century

In light of the recent US declaration to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba, Margaret Randall gives a breakdown of US/Cuba relations from the revolution till now. 

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Friday Voyage: Remembering Women at a NM Highway Rest Stop

11. December 2014

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Remembering Women at a NM Highway Rest Stop

An unexpected ode to the influential women in New Mexico’s history lies between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. 

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Friday Voyage: Petrified Forest and Painted Desert

05. December 2014

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Petrified Forest and Painted Desert

Twin pleasures offer nature's art, millions of years in the making. 

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Friday Voyage: Villanueva’s ‘Colcha’ Tapestry

28. November 2014

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Villanueva’s ‘Colcha’ Tapestry

In a semi-isolated New Mexican village, a collective artwork narrates a cultural history. 

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Órale! Post-Pop Fusion at The Harwood

07. November 2014

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By Margaret Randall Órale! Post-Pop Fusion at The Harwood

West Coast trailblazers and Southwest innovators of the varied Lowbrow movement get high art treatment at the Harwood in Taos.

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Friday Voyage: Jemez Country and Valles Caldera

31. October 2014

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Jemez Country and Valles Caldera

Geological wonders, ancient cultures and various nature excursions within a couple hours of Albuquerque and Santa Fe.

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