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This week’s column offers reviews of two startlingly different books. The first suggests simple practices to revive joy in people’s lives. The second is a thriller in which the villains are white supremacists. more
Teatro Serpiente kicks off its spring season with Neil Simon's comedic romp, "Rumors. "Opening night for the show is Friday (May 12), 7 p.m., at Taos High School's Little Theater. more
Capturing the drama and sensuality of the dance, the show "Flamenco with Mina Fajardo" will take the stage Saturday (May 6) from 6:30-9:30 p.m. in the Adobe Bar at The Taos inn, 125 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. Admission is free. more
This week’s books are dedicated undertakings by their authors. The first is an extensive look at block printmaking while the second is a photographic study of Yellowstone National Park with a twist. more
Born in Oregon and raised in Taos, Erin “Zeke” Eagleton, 45, is a local kid and a consummate artist. In addition to the pop-up show of clay works he did with Hank Saxe and Jim Wagner last fall, and last month’s show at Taos Cow, the Harwood Museum of Art just purchased one of his graphite on paper pieces which has been tapped by Taos art guru Gus Foster for rotation into the Harwood’s George E. Foster Jr. Gallery, hanging a few frames down from an Agnes Martin. more
Local hip-hop promoter Tarynce Hise is excited about a hip-hop event he hopes will become an annual party. It's called "4/20 Phest" and it takes place today (April 20), 7 p.m., at Old Martina's Hall, 4140 State Road 68 in Ranchos … more
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