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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has come with a long set of rapidly changing instructions that has thrown normal human life into an unfamiliar state of disarray: Stay inside; close your business; lose your job; wear a mask in public places; wash your hands constantly; avoid other people; and, if you are around them, don't get closer than 6 feet. These are not to even mention the threat of exposure to the deadly virus itself. more
The Taos Center for the Arts closed its doors on March 12, in accordance with the governor's emergency public health orders in response to COVID-19. But that doesn't mean it's stopped providing stimulating entertainment. more
As we head into week three of lockdown, at the same time Taos Pueblo observes their annual “quiet time,” I continue to take my early morning walks, which eventually lead me to a clearing where I have an unobstructed view of the mountain. It is my habit to give thanks at that moment, for the blessing of having arrived here once more. This attitude of gratitude carries through the remainder of my day, and these days, more profoundly than ever before. more
Still confused and cross-eyed over how to fill out the forms for federal loans and grants available to businesses hit hard by coronavirus restrictions? The New Mexico Small Business Developement Center is offering free webinars twice a day to help business owners understand the process and whether or not they qualify. more
You don't have to hock your soul to get a museum-quality print of Taos art to hang on your wall these days. Kimberly Webber and K.C. Tebbutt of Untitled Fine Art Gallery at 133 Kit Carson Road have … more
Somewhere in Vatican City is a new rendering of the Divine Mother named "Pia Mater," a personal gift by Taos artist Kimberly Webber to His Holiness Pope Francis. more
Taos artist Kimberly Webber said she was honored to meet His Holiness Pope Francis and present her original oil painting titled "Pia Mater" to him on Feb. 20 in Vatican City."Pia Mater" … more
Travis Webb, once Argentine tango, swing and salsa teacher, turned fulltime blacksmith. more
Janet Webb is still actively involved with the boards and can often be seen at various community meetings that have agenda items pertaining to the arts.  more
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