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Art of acknowledgment: 'Please, really see me'

You asked, "How are you doing?" As I told you, tears came to my eyes - and you looked away and quickly began to talk again. All the attention you had given me drained away.- Kelly Osmont more

Sisters in Tea - Part 7: The typewriter fan

Summary of Part VI: The friends are talking about Ramona's new business idea when Felicia's phone rings. She decides not to answer but still, something about the … more

Guadalupe Fiesta and December Marian Feasts

Taos and Northern New Mexico Catholic faithful, together with over one and a half billion others around the world, will now celebrate again the beautiful Marian Feast Days of the Immaculate … more

Pause and find peace

Dear Ted: I continue to watch people, including myself, become so reactive and immediately get angry or snappy at others. I see this on television in the news, on the roads driving, and at the stores. more

Nobody to blame but us, each one individually for what we do

Well, as always, I have written about bad things that happen and that usually can be blamed on somebody else (or somebodies). Otherwise, I have written about wonderful things that have happened and … more

Building community relationships to prevent suicide at Taos landmark

Dear Ted: With the regular suicides happening at the Río Grande Gorge Bridge, how do elected officials and first responders like law enforcement and ambulance personnel cope with the trauma experienced every time there is a jumper there?   more

Genizaros: Southwest ancestors, a Native, Spanish mix

Genizaros: Begotten of parents of different nations, according to the Velásquez Spanish English Dictionary. more

Sisters in Tea – Part VI: Talking Business

Before attending their monthly tea meeting, Lupe considers if she should tell her friends Ramona and Felicia about a disagreeable incident – Carmen has vanished after stealing a dress from her … more

Youth treatment center closes, Plaza shenanigans and a man disappears

In 1992, Dick Schrader and Joe Franzetti circled the Taos Plaza for four hours on rollerblades, hoping to be arrested for violating the town’s ban on skateboarding and roller skating in the historic venue. – 10 years ago – “Casa de Corazón suspending residential treatment center”, By Shawna R. Williams, Nov. 29-Dec. 5, 2007 more

Know your neighbor: Janell Lujan

Many Taoseños ponder about the perfect gift for a special person on the holiday gift list. Janell Lujan of Taos Pueblo recently decided to share her love and creativity by offering her corm … more
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