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The centuries-old tradition of celebrating the feast days of Taos' patron saints, Santiago y Santa Ana, is all things Taos — a gathering of generations to enjoy authentic food, traditional … more
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
During this year’s Aztec dance and music ceremony, women, water and Anne Lujan, of Taos Pueblo, were honored. more
For more than a quarter of a century, the sacred Tibetan arts of chanting, sand mandala painting, dance and ceremony have been shared across the world as part of the Mystical Arts of Tibet tours by the monks of Drepung Loseling Monastery. more
Holiday traditions are forged by a coming together of like-minded folk. The annual Lighting of Ledoux is a special gathering of the whole community to celebrate the season. more
The 34th annual Taos Wool Festival is not a “b-a-a-a-d” way to spend the day. “Ewe” will be impressed by the outstanding “herd” of vendors offering exquisite fibers and finished products. more
Halloween night in Taos – it’s frightful, delightful and always a sight full! Whether you are looking for some low-key fun or desiring to be in the thick of it, Taos has something for everyone. Here is a rundown of things you can do to celebrate. more
A topic that is near and dear to newcomer and old-timer alike, the historic Taos Plaza, will be the subject of a talk by Dr. Sylvia Rodríguez Saturday (Aug. 5), 2 p.m., at the boardroom at Kit Carson Electric Cooperative. more
Youth on parade [Photo gallery]
The annual Fiestas de Taos Children's Parade, which took place Saturday morning (July 22) included everything from pets, balloons, a mariachi band, Los Comanches, cheerleaders and goats. more
All week long, it seemed Taos was experiencing a “calm before the storm” moment leading up to the opening of this year’s Taos Fall Arts Festival and The PASEO. more
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