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The Taos Chamber Music Group celebrates the holidays with a weekend of Russian music featuring works by Alexander Borodin, Sergei Prokofiev and Anton Arensky. more
Drawing from his roots at Taos Pueblo and his travels around the world, Grammy and Nammy (Native American Music Awards) recipient Robert Mirabal creates an entirely unique experience for his audiences. Mirabal joins with family and friends once again this season for a show that includes storytelling, music, dance and visual imagery. more
The monthlong Yuletide in Taos celebration, which kicked off last weekend, continues Saturday (Dec. 14) when the John Dunn House Shops and the merchants on Bent Street join forces once again on a day packed with good tidings and family fun. more
The first time Greta Brunschwyler visited Taos was in the early 2000s. She and her mother spent hours scouring the Millicent Rogers Museum - a fateful visit indeed. more
Hunger in Taos County is a chronic problem. For 34 years, Taos Feeds Taos has worked to alleviate hunger during the winter holiday season. To support their efforts, the Taos band Last to Know has held an annual benefit concert and food drive. This year marks the 12th annual benefit concert, and opens with Foggy Memory Boys followed by Last to Know. more
When it's right, it's right. Jackson Price, founder of Big Swing Theory, was raised on the blues. Even with his successful swing band, he found that he still needed another outlet. more
The Harwood Museum of Art kicks off its winter season this weekend with a banquet of work from four featured New Mexico artists: Larry Bell, Subhankar Banerjee, Dean Pulver and Beatrice Mandelman. more
Taos Onstage and the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership have collaborated on a delicious holiday radio play and dinner theater. more
What happens when diverse members of a small community come together to create uplifting music? The answer is in "To the Mountaintop," a new video project. more
The season of giving is certainly underway, which means various celebrations are underway. Whether it's something rooted in New Mexico's venerable cultures, buying gifts, or just simply enjoying some fine music and works of art, Taos has it going on. Here's a little sample of happenings in and around town: more
Creativity craves change, movement, unknowns, surprise, wonder - all elements fiber artist Faith Welsh can't get enough of."I'm obsessed," she said during a November studio visit. more
In the wide open spaces of Jaroso, Colorado, there stands an old adobe building. Originally built as a Catholic church, it was abandoned sometime around the 1960s and officially de-consecrated in the 1970s. When cellist Mark Dudrow bought the land where the old church sits in the mid-'90s, the church was dissolving back into the earth and was occupied by a herd of 40 sheep. more
Taos artists Abby Salsbury and Dean Pulver celebrate recent renovations to their passive solar studios and Taos Mesa Arts - an arts space encompassing clay, printmaking and woodworking studios, a gallery and workshop space -- by hosting an exhibition of five regional artists. more
The cedar chests, the cabinets and the benches of Costilla furniture maker David Satrun present a quality and a durability that inspires ... more
It's hard to believe we're smack in the middle of the 2019 holiday season, but here we are. The last 12 months have flown by fast and furious as we've nevertheless paused during the last week to count and celebrate the abundant blessings we have here in town, especially with our family, friends, and neighbors. more
In considering the many December festivities throughout town, Lighting Ledoux is one of the most anticipated and, well, enchanting. more
There's no time during the year when the Adobe Bar at the Historic Taos Inn feels more like the "living room of Taos" than during the holiday season, and Saturday (Dec. 7) will not disappoint. more
The 34th annual Thanksgiving Powwow at Taos Pueblo was a benefit for the Taos Day School. Many kids from the tribe's Headstart school were also on-hand to participate in the intertribal dances. more
Metal heads mark your sick calendars for this year's Monolith on the Mesa Festival planned May 28-30 at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership, 20 ABC Mesa Road, off U.S. 64 west.Organizers … more
The DreamTree Project's Taos Festival of Trees has earned its place as an eagerly anticipated event on Taos' holiday season calendar. The Festival returns to El Monte Sagrado Resort, 317 Kit Carson Road, on Friday (Dec. 6), 6:30-9:30 p.m. All money raised from the event goes toward DreamTree Project's housing programs and full range of compassionate support services for youth in crisis in the Taos community. more
They may be "many generations apart in age," but guitarists Bill Frisell and Julian Lage connect in ways any listener will appreciate, according to Judy Katzman of the Taos Jazz Bebop Society. Audiences will have a chance to hear this masterful duo in concert Saturday (Dec. 7), 7:30 p.m., at the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
One is a 70-year-old published author. The other is a 13-year-old aspiring writer. Both will be reading from their work — which includes the provocatively titled "Weird Santa" — on Friday (Dec. 6), 7 p.m., at The Society of the Muse of the Southwest, a.k.a. SOMOS, at 108 Civic Plaza Drive. more
It's here. The holiday season is officially upon us and what better way to celebrate than with the big events happening this weekend in Taos. more
After a 2,000 mile trek from the Questa Ranger District of the Carson National Forest to the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building, the “People’s Tree” is scheduled to be lit today (Wednesday, Dec. 4) at 5:00 p.m. EST. more
Artistry in scrimshaw art by Tom High of Alamosa, Colo. was on view at the Community Against Violence Holiday Market Arts and Crafts Fair ... more
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