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Step into the new Blake Hotel at Taos Ski Valley and you’ll be greeted by a warm, friendly staff. They’ll get you checked in, whisked up to your room and before you know it, out onto the ski slopes. This hotel experience is more like checking into your favorite romantic bed-and-breakfast – with high-end pampered and personalized charm. more
A recent interview at the Harwood Museum of Art with J. Matt Thomas, the newly hired collections manager, and Director Dr. Richard Tobin revealed exciting new strategies. Statewide funding cutbacks have challenged the Harwood on how to best serve … more
Independent Eye’s production of Shakespeare’s ‘King Lear’ will be at Metta Theatre this Friday (Jan. 20). more
Our image of a Shakespearean tragedy performance usually includes a troupe of serious human actors who bring all the gravitas of their thespian training as they “strut and fret their hour upon the stage.” The Independent Eye’s production of … more
‘The Protectors’ by Donna Dufresne more
The art of installation is the last work of art to be created in this year’s fifth annual Taos Center for the Arts (TCA) “Members Open” exhibit, opening with a reception Thursday (Jan. 19) from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Encore Gallery of the Taos … more
Wilder Nightingale Fine Art is gearing up for “Hearts and Stars 2017,” which will benefit Taos Men’s Shelter/Taos Coalition to End Homelessness. Artists wishing to participate should provide the following and have artwork delivered to the … more
I have a love-hate relationship with “Wild Bill” Gersh (1944-1994). And it came crashing back again looking at a few pieces of his work in the Harwood Museum’s “Continuum: Light, Space & Time, The Harwood Collection: Blumenschein to Bell” … more
Taos is a town where art matters. We have an abundance of museums, arts organizations and impresarios, and all of them have exciting things in store for the new year. At the museums At the Harwood Museum of Art, the exhibit “Continuum: … more
So many changes. The year 2016 provided many events that moved us, thrilled us and even made us step back and shake our heads in disbelief. In Taos, a place ingrained with tradition and culture, we followed the annual Fiestas de Taos, the Taos … more
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