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When the 1955 sci-fi flick “Tarantula” went to the big screens, the creators banked on the fear of spiders that pumps through the veins of the American temperament like venom from a black widow. In the movie, spiders were cast as 100-foot-tall …
Story by Cody Hooks.
Photos by Katharine Egli.
The Taos News. |
10/30/16 04:00 AM
Having been raised on a small ranch in the Taos Valley, I am lucky enough to have grown accustomed — though I hope never oblivious — to the incredible wild beauty that cradles this community. There are few places in the world where you can be …
By Victoria Miera, For The Taos News |
9/28/16 06:38 AM
Big mountains. Bigger skies. Volcanic rifts and rolling clouds. Every kind of weather. The very things that make Taos awesome — in every sense of the word — are the very same elements that can also make it dangerous.
Toxin and antidote bound …
Story by Cody Hooks
Photos by Katharine Egli |
9/26/16 06:00 AM
Ellis Margolis tears a shield-sized slab of bark from a rotten ponderosa pine stump up Taos Canyon and shakes it above his head.
“That’s evolution, man,” Margolis exclaims, gripping the hunk of sturdy tree armor with both hands.
J.R. Logan |
8/30/16 08:45 AM
While summer is starting to fade in Northern New Mexico, there is still time for some great summer hiking.
Lost Lake is an emerald-green alpine pool tucked just under the high ridge that leads to Wheeler Peak. A hike of more than 5 miles through …
Cindy Brown, For The Taos News |
8/30/16 08:32 AM
When it was time for Trudy Valerio Healy to accept mil gracias for the Healy Foundation’s latest gift to UNM-Taos, she looked out over the audience, brushed aside her iconic black bangs and spent her impromptu speech thanking everyone in the …
Meg Scherch Peterson |
8/29/16 04:28 AM
There is literally nothing as good as spending a hot weekend on the river. You’ve got sun, dogs, food, a little fishing and plenty of playing around. But few people know that the sands of the Rio Grande is home to another community of party …
Story by Cody Hooks |
8/8/16 10:00 AM
Spanish partidas, law 3: “Las cosas que son de todos y todas – son l’agre, sol, [lluvia], agua y el mar.”
“The things which belong in common to all the living creatures of the world are the air, rain, water, the sea and its shores; for …
By Meg Scherch Peterson
For The Taos News |
8/4/16 07:37 AM
The wildflowers are bursting into bloom in the meadows high above Taos. Now is the perfect time to head up to the peaks above Taos Ski Valley to experience the beautiful and challenging hikes that begin there.
The summit of Gold Hill is one of …
Cindy Brown For The Taos News |
7/29/16 01:15 AM
Pictured is the Gold Hill summit — the north approach.
Cindy Brown |
7/28/16 08:35 AM