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The landscape paintings of Dolores "Dee" DiCamillo are on view at Centinel Bank of Taos, 512 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, for the month of May.The show is titled "Eagle Rising." The free, …
By Yvonne Pesquera
5/11/18 09:19 AM
Here's a rundown of festival events. Unless specified, these will all take place at the Taos Community Auditorium:Today (April 19), 10 a.m.This is a special screening of three films by …
By T.L. Testerman
4/19/18 10:08 AM
The Taos Environmental Film Festival will continue its tradition of joining with the Society of the Muse of the Southwest to present a collaborative event. This year, the theme is …
By Laura Bulkin
4/18/18 09:13 AM
The Nature Conservancy presents a free lecture by Dr. Ellis Margolis, a research ecologist with the United States Geological Survey’s New Mexico Landscapes Field Station based in Santa Fe. Margolis recently led a research team in a study of the history of fire patterns in the Taos mountains.
By Ariana Kramer |
1/18/18 09:26 AM
Earth-shifting mud flows, raging torrents cutting grand canyons, hoodoos wounded by wicked winds, fiery deserts skinned by glittering icebergs – these elementals are the artists that Dora Dillistone curates.
By Virginia L. Clark |
11/1/17 08:40 AM
New Mexico's largest utility and environmentalists say the Trump administration's announcement Monday (Oct. 9) that it's taking steps to repeal regulations on coal-fired power plants is unlikely to change the fact that market forces already are pushing the state away from dependence on coal.
By Rebecca Moss
The New Mexican |
10/13/17 07:30 AM
Environmental writer Ben Goldfarb will spend his October residency at the Aldo & Estella Leopold Cabin putting the final touches on a manuscript about the importance of beavers in restoring ecosystems.
By Tempo staff |
10/1/17 10:49 AM
The Taos Valley Watershed Coalition will gather for its final meeting of the year next Monday, Oct. 2. The meeting is scheduled to take place from 2-4 p.m. in the Los Angelitos Room at the Taos …
Staff report |
9/28/17 04:00 PM
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).
By Yvonne Pesquera |
9/25/17 08:05 AM
Americans used to be reasonably sure the Environmental Protection Agency was in the business of protecting the American people.
By M. Elwell Romancito |
8/7/17 07:55 AM