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There once was an Ojibwe girl who had become very sick, so her father asked for a vision in hopes her life might be spared. That night, he dreamed of a special dress and a dance that went with it. … more
Before photography, people — usually wealthy and seated in positions of celebrity or power — would immortalize themselves by commissioning a portrait. An artist would come … more
They come from all over. Packed into cars, pickup trucks, SUVs and campers, Native American people from many different tribes travel the powwow highway to one of their favorite stops. For 32 … more
The loud revving of engines could be heard from miles around. Huge custom mud-ready trucks and race cars decorated the field at Questa’s annual mud bog Saturday (June 10). more
The ballet is an original composition titled “Mechanical Nature: Movement VII” and it serves as an introduction to the new Ballet Taos dance studio. Performances are planned Friday and Saturday (May 26-27), 7 p.m., at the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
The Enchanted Circle roars with thunder as more than 20,000 bikers from all over the country get set to rally on Red River’s Main Street this weekend for a military memorial extravaganza and alt-biker cult revival. more
The annual four-day run brings bikers from all over the nation for four days of high energy fun, contests, music, merchandise, and acres of motorcycles from one end of Main Street to the other in … more
During this year’s Aztec dance and music ceremony, women, water and Anne Lujan, of Taos Pueblo, were honored. more
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