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Cisco Guevara is the owner and founder of Los Rios River Runners. He tells stories to his clients while floating on the Río Grande – and, luckily for the whole of Taos, he tells his stories onstage. This is Guevara’s 17th year participating in the Taos Storytelling Festival. more
The real Barry Seal was tall, overweight and, by some accounts, possessed a larger-than-life personality. Actor Tom Cruise works hard to at least capture one of those attributes in Doug Liman’s “based on a true story” film of Seal’s criminal exploits. more
In that now-widely talked-about wacky fusion of James Bond and “Kick-Ass,” writer-director Matthew Vaughn returns with a smashy-crashy sequel to 2014’s “Kingsman: The Secret Service” that is more of the same, but a teeny bit deeper into the character’s backstory. more
Tempo interviewed a handful of Taos filmmakers, activists, photographers and writers to get their take on being involved with the Taos Environmental Film Festival, which begins its four-day run Wednesday (Sept. 27). more
The 24th volume of Pecha Kucha reflects the beauty and complexity of this time of year in Taos with an eclectic mix of writers, musicians, sculptors and painters. more
Michael Spurlock (John Corbett) decides to trade in his corporate sales career to become a pastor. Unfortunately, his first assignment is to close a country church and sell the prime piece of land where it sits. more
One of the reasons for that rep is that he doesn’t pull any punches. If something in a given story leads down a particularly dark and very nasty alley, he’ll take you there and make you … more
Taos Center for the Arts will be recapturing the magic of pre-digital cinema with a weeklong “35mm Film Bash.” Its “new” vintage 35-millimeter equipment will be showcased with four very different films from bygone eras at the Taos Community Auditorium. more
In most movies and certainly in TV, poverty is either a temporary state, played for laughs or something lazy people fall into because it’s their own fault. more
Following the inauguration of President Trump, a group of professional dancers in Taos had a response – a visceral response – to express their feelings about the current administration. more
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