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Muddy and rocky as the Guadalupe River, the Midnight River Choir will once again bring its stream of music to Red River. more
The options for what to do on New Year’s Eve in Taos County are as eclectic and diverse as the people who live here. more
The tweaks used to update the plot of “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” are evident and obviously required quite a bit of skill to accomplish. Whether filmmakers were successful enough to make this as memorable as the 1995 original probably depends on how willing people in the audience are able to suspend their disbelief. more
Leonard Kasza said he taught himself how to play music. Born and raised on the southeastern front range of Colorado, he played mandolin, dobro and pedal steel guitar. In 1998, Kasza decided to stick to the steel guitar. more
What do you get when you mix the guitar-slayer from George Clinton’s P-Funk with Fishbone’s frontman on saxophone and a singing, dancing queen of pink and punk? Answer: Tasty Face. more
David Garver will be giving a rare concert with his original Bones of Romeo cohort, world-renowned “cosmic cellist” Michael Kott. Vickie Ford will guest on piano. more
While the nation dealt with the changes wrought by President Donald J. Trump over the course of 2017, Taos had challenges of its own. For the artists and art galleries, it had to do with the persistent specters of a still-fluctuating market, and for museums, it was the threat to agencies like the National Endowment for the Humanities and National Endowment for the Arts. more
A woman’s face tilts slightly upward for a gentle kiss. Her lips and the tip of her nose touch the bridge of a giraffe’s nose. The long-legged creature bears a head that is heart-shaped, its eyes closed with thick eyelashes that mirror those of the woman. more
It’s easy to be taken back by nostalgia in today’s world. However, these two albums take the listener back to a simpler time and remind us that music was, is, and always will be, there to comfort us through thick and thin. more
In its headlong rush to cater to its younger fans’ ravenous need to be constantly dazzled by spectacle, the second installment of the new “Star Wars” trilogy — subtitled “The Last Jedi” — is filled with epic space battles, plus healthy doses of family drama and intrigue. more
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