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Former Mr. New Mexico sentenced in 2014 shooting of Taos woman

Micola "Mick" Sopyn, a past recipient of the Mr. New Mexico bodybuilding award, was sentenced to just more than 13 years in prison with the New Mexico Department of Corrections last week for the 2014 …


Close circles of friends

One book this week contains essays about the Southwest’s hippie movement while the second is a novel exploring love in its various permutations.

  • Eliza Gilkyson at Taos Goddess Fest

    Singer-songwriter and two-time Grammy nominee Eliza Gilkyson is performing in Taos as part of Jenny …

  • Movie review: 'Salt and Fire'

    Werner Herzog makes movies that don’t follow the traditional action-exposition-romance-car crash-ending …

  • Nocturnal mysteries

    There are degrees of darkness. It’s not just the extremes of light and the utter absence of it, but the …

  • Wild at art

    Mary Ann Warner, a Taos artist and winner of last year's "Wild Rivers Plein Air Paint-Out," describes …

  • Stories told with wood and string

    Cristina Masoliver speaks of her puppets the way the director of a close-knit theater troupe might speak …

  • ‘Bash at The Blake’

    The Harwood Museum of Art’s “Bash at The Blake” benefit auction is happening Saturday (June 24). …

  • Art for the revolution

    ‘Taos was built on revolts, rebellion and revolution,” said gallery owners Tre and Lizzy DeCosta, …

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Rodeo de Taos celebrates 50 years

Don't miss the 50th anniversary of the Taos County Sheriff’s Posse Rodeo de Taos. Cowboys and cowgirls will compete in roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing and more. This year’s event …


Getting to know Cancer the crab

With the summer season officially upon us, there's no better time than now to take a look at Cancer the crab.

For Rafting and Fishing: check daily CFS levels on the Río Grande

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With little influence in health care talks, New Mexico put at risk

While New Mexico is among states that will feel a major economic impact from changes in the federal health care law, New Mexico has no Republican senators involved in private meetings about the bill in Washington, …

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