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Isaac Aragon spent his early years in Peñasco and moved to Albuquerque during middle school. He recently received his doctorate degree in Denver and is working as a physical therapist in … more
StarTribe is billing its third annual electronic-music-ceremony event as a "Uniting of the Tribes" festival, featuring three days and nights of dance, art, yoga and community. It all takes place today through Saturday (June 29-July 1) … more
From pancakes in the morning, to flag-waving parades and family-friendly activities in the afternoon, to a concert whose tickets will give you serious bragging rights, and, finally, to spectacular fireworks displays crowning the day, … more
One of the things artist Laurie Anderson said in an early morning interview Friday (June 23) was she never reads what is written about her more
So far, this summer reminds me of a Supremes’ song. Smoky clouds, forest fires, 90-degree weather – “it’s like a heat wave!” Yes, it is. For a musical reprieve head on down to Taos Plaza Live for this week’s rendition of a good time for all ages more
Dance the night away [Photo gallery]
Taos Plaza Live has become one of the best ways to hang out with your friends and neighbors just like in the old days. more
Singer-songwriter and two-time Grammy nominee Eliza Gilkyson is performing in Taos as part of Jenny Bird’s Goddess Festival Sunday (June 25), 7 p.m., at Unity of Taos, 69 Blueberry Hill Road. more
It's Rodeo Weekend in Taos, which means there's plenty to do in Taos. Here is but a sampling of what's going on. More, of course, can be found in this week's issue of Tempo magazine inside The Taos News on Thursday (June 22). more
Shake it up Thursday (June 22) from 6-8 p.m. as the Dwayne Ortega Band performs for this week’s Taos Plaza Live. The free concert showcases two hours of Northern New Mexican Spanish music with a liberal splash of rock-and-roll covers from this award-winning local band. more
In celebration of the second annual Mabel Dodge Luhan Day weekend, the Harwood Museum of Art is hosting “Mabel’s Call: Celebrating a Remarkable Taos Woman through Music.” more
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