Cheryl Bruedigam

Co-Editor at Discover New Mexico and Editor at Southwest Flair Online Magazine, and Guidebook America. Editor Cheryl Bruedigam has worked in the field of publishing for the past ten years and prior to that held executive positions in hospitality sales and marketing in Texas and New Mexico from the early 80s to 2001.

Dec 152016
Christmas in Santa Fe (Video)

Share It!Nothing says holiday magic like Santa Fe during the holiday season. Watch our new video here or on YouTube to experience the magic of Santa Fe decked in all its holiday splendor. Filmed in Santa Fe, New Mexico for Discover New Mexico by Light Benders Visuals. Share It!

Sep 152016
Los Luceros Celebrates With Fall Apple Harvest Festival on September 25th

Share It! The New Mexico Historic Sites is sponsoring the Los Luceros Fall Apple Festival on Sunday, September 25, 2016 from 12pm to 4pm. New Mexicans are encouraged to bring the whole family for a fun afternoon in Alcalde. The Fall Apple Festival will include an educational presentation on heritage apples, demonstrations of apple cooking ideas with take-home recipes, a cider pressing demonstration, live music, and tours of the historic ranch buildings. There will also be an exhibition space for area agricultural groups offering resources including the FFA, 4HA and [Read More]

May 202016
500 "Run for the Wall" Motorcycle Riders Stop in Deming

Share It! Thursday, May 19, 2016, The Run for the Wall motorcycle riders for the southern route came through Deming, New Mexico, and we were on board to capture the event. Riding for those who cannot, the group begins their cross-country journey in San Diego, California, and rides from May 18 – May 28, 2016, to arrive at the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Wall in Washington DC. An estimated five-hundred riders came through Deming on their way to the wall and it is believed that they will pick up as many [Read More]

May 202016
Those Who Served: Honoring D-Day

Share It! Those who served: Honoring D-Day A lecture by author and historian Jeff Lowdermilk Saturday June 4, 2016 2 pm New Mexico History Museum Auditorium 113 Lincoln Avenue FREE with admission On June 6, 1944, nearly 160,000 American and allied forces stormed a 50 mile stretch of beaches in the Normandy region of France. This WWII invasion was one of the largest amphibious military assaults in history with more than 9000 soldiers were killed or injured that day. The Cemetery at Normandy marks 48 New Mexicans who lost their [Read More]

Sep 152015
Singing for Shelter - Las Cruces

Share It!  RAISING HOPE THROUGH AWARENESS SINGING FOR SHELTER A CONCERT TO BENEFIT HOMELESS YOUTH NOVEMBER 14, 2015   September 11, 2015 – Sometimes a single act of charity can mean the difference between hope and hopelessness. To that end, the Rio Grande Theatre will be the staging ground for an inspirational musical and visual journey geared toward raising awareness of a very real problem facing society today. Benefitting the efforts of Casa Q, a not-for-profit organization providing safe living options and services for homeless LGBTQ youth throughout the state [Read More]

Sep 092015
Elders in Residence Share Their Stories at Jemez Historic Site

Share It! Elders in Residence Share Their Stories at Jemez Historic Site Artists and cultural leaders to spark new conversations with visitors to Jemez Historic Site. (JEMEZ SPRINGS, NM—Sept. 9, 2015)—Jemez Historic Site’s Elder in Residence Program returns this year between September 30 and October 18. During this time two tribal elders will be on site to offer a Native American voice in the interpretation and preservation of Jemez Historic Site. The tribal elders will provide tours and share stories and personal feelings about the site and their culture with [Read More]

Sep 092015
Flamenco: From Spain to New Mexico

Share It! (Santa Fe, NM – Sept. 9, 2015) – The Museum of International Folk Art will present Flamenco: From Spain to New Mexico, the most comprehensive exhibition to celebrate and study this living tradition as an art form. The exhibition opens November 22, 2015 and runs through September 11, 2016. More than 150 objects will be featured. Among them, items once used by renowned artists Encarnación López y Júlvez “La Argentinita”, José Greco, and Vicente Romero and María Benítez (both from New Mexico). In addition to other stunning loans [Read More]

Sep 052015
Editor's Blog - Labor Day Weekend

Share It!Harleys, Me and Bobbie McGee, more rain and lots to eat. Greetings and a happy Labor Day weekend! I hope it did not rain as much in the rest of the state as it did in Silver City last night; we have so many events and things going on. The energy is high as the town is filled with people and activities. “Me and Bobbie McGee” drifts across the way from The Chicano Car and Music Festival at Gough Park as one of the bands fills the air with [Read More]

Sep 022015
El Santuario de Chamayo, Chamayo, NM

Share It! Located nine miles east of Espanola, New Mexico, and twenty-eight miles north of Santa Fe, this shrine receives about three-hundred visitors per year and is considered to be the most important Catholic pilgrimage in the United States. The first chapel was built on the land by Bernardo Abeyta who asked for permission to build a larger place of worship. Once reports of healings and cures were reported, he received permission and the present-day chapel was built in 1816. It became a national landmark in 1970. Each year during Holy [Read More]

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