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Dance teacher Shahin Medghalchi explains that the heart of Argentine tango is in its embrace. With a proper embrace, the two dance partners form a carpa (tent) and the world melts … more
Zydeco is a widely popular musical genre that traces its name from the Louisiana Creole French transformation of les haricots (sweet snap peas) to zarico, after the oppression of Africans during slavery in the American south. more
The 1970s came, and so did breaking to the streets from the South Bronx and Brooklyn, New York. more
Electronic and hip-hop artists from around the Southwest are bringing their underground vibes to Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership Friday night (Dec. 22). The venue will be transformed into a full-on art installation for “Welcome to Winter Solstice,” an evening concert and multimedia show. more
In her self-constructed and self-styled studio, Megan Yackovich of Ballet Taos is busy guiding her troupe through rehearsal for their production of Tchaikovsky’s classic holiday ballet, “A Nutcracker Suite.” more
This year’s Holiday Fiesta will feature face-painting, holiday crafts, appearances by the Taos Fiesta Court, and student music and dance performances ... more
Taos Mesa Brewing is the latest venue to showcase Ballet Taos, which exploded onto the Taos art scene barely one year ago. more
Treacherous acts, ruthless characters, and a mystery peeled away in layers like an onion. What better way to warm up on a cold winter’s evening than with such a read? more
The art of dance has a language of its own, and its language is that of movement. more
Once upon a time, a group of friends and neighbors got together to make music and two-step the night away. Word quickly spread about how much fun was being had, and more and more people wanted to be a part of it. more
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