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On the cusp of the pandemic, Zoë Zimmerman's work revolved around people. Whether photographing the working people of Taos for her Works in Progress series for Tempo, or taking recital portraits for the Academy of Performing Arts, there would always be someone in her studio. With the outbreak of COVID-19, this paradigm changed overnight. more
When New Mexico went on lockdown, Tempo invited Twirl to contribute a weekly column while schools were closed, geared toward helping families keep their children occupied in quarantine. more
Our house sits surrounded by fruit trees, on two quiet acres with a spectacular view of the mountains. It's large enough that its two, sometimes four, occupants don't feel crowded but not too large that some rooms are superfluous. The decor reminds one friend of a Bedouin tent. It's not without its problems. The man who built it consulted neither an architect nor his wife when designing it, nor did he think to put space for a refrigerator in the kitchen, and the living room is weirdly narrow. more
With Mother's Day upon us, we've curated an issue dedicated to all the mothers who are experiencing "COVID fatigue," a real malady, if not as dangerous as the virus itself. more
Carol and Larry Miller of Ojo Sarco traveled to Denver on Feb. 29 to attend the memorial service of a friend. Friends and relatives flew in from all over the country, and the world-- from New York City to Tokyo to attend the service. One hundred and fifty guests stayed in the same hotel in downtown Denver and attended a reception dinner after the memorial. That day, the United States had 68 known cases of COVID-19 and the first death linked to the disease. Most Americans still had no idea how exponentially that number would grow. more
Chuck Zobac describes how meeting with veterans groups eased the post-traumatic stress he suffered after his intense combat experiences in Vietnam. That's something today's war veterans currently don't have because of the social distancing imposed to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, he said. more
You're home. Alone. Trying to cope with day after day of social distancing, a task that gets more difficult as we head into the next month of loneliness. This surreal time has generated an overload of advice on how to cope; however, it seems most of this advice focuses on families and people who live with others. more
The Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder in Pojoaque will serve as a temporary quarantine facility for New Mexico tribal members who are awaiting test results for COVID-19. Pojoaque Pueblo Gov. Joseph Talachy said in a text message Wednesday (April 8) the hotel is only accepting “low-risk” members of New Mexico pueblos and tribes who have been referred by the state Department of Health. more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham issued an executive order Friday (March 27) that requires air travelers entering New Mexico to self-isolate for at least 14 days to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. more
'Tortilla Soup from scratch, chiffon and kitten heels' was the post from a friend who's found a way to have fun while in "lockdown." Another emphasized her absolute need for lipstick to be ready for her day. more
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