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I wasn’t there. I wish I had been. Mainly because the Woodstock Music and Art Fair that happened Aug. 15-17, 1969 at Max Yasgur’s 600-acre dairy farm near White Lake in Bethel, New York, 43 miles southwest of Woodstock shook the earth and changed the planet. more
Taos has long been a magnet for freedom-loving people from everywhere. Being different is worn as a badge of creative honor. You may ask why does a liberal, Northern New Mexico town … more
The Delta Aquarid meteor shower reaches its peak come Sunday night (July 28). Between the hours of 2:30 and 4:30 a.m. ... more
The cliché about working with a group of unruly and differing people being like "herding cats" might apply to the local theater community — that is until seasoned theater pros … more
The Taos Pueblo Powwow doesn’t really happen for Richard Archuleta until he’s standing on the announcer’s stand watching the colorful regalia — feathers, … more
Almost everybody who has ever attended the Fourth of July Parade in Arroyo Seco says they love it because it's just so "funky." Now, funky can mean a lot of things, but in this … more
The month of July will see some pretty explosive and compelling energy, starting with a new moon and solar eclipse both taking place on the same day ... more
In a revival of Tempo's "10 Questions" column, we chose to speak with Corrina Llopart, founder and director of Coco's Hen House of Burlesque, in advance of the troupe's "Spicy Summer … more
The full moon in Sagittarius on Monday (June e 17) opposes Gemini’s solar position. Sagittarius rules the planet Jupiter, so areas of exploration and excessiveness ... more
Here are the planetary positions this week: Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto remain in retrograde motion, while Neptune and Uranus are both ... more
Preparations for the 37th annual Red River Memorial Motorcycle Rally start months before Memorial Day weekend for the friendly alpine village of Red River, according to town … more
The full moon on Saturday (May 18) will be in the sign of Scorpio, the opposite of the sun’s ruling sign of Taurus. Luna’s light will help protect privacy ... more
There is so much to do outside this week in the Taos area. With the weather finally starting to settle down, locals and visitors will be out and about enjoying the beatutiful Taos scenery ... more
In this week’s night sky, the moon peaks its half-way mark of illumination Saturday (May 11) at 2:25 a.m. The Eta Aquarid meteor showers are ... more
This week’s new moon in Taurus will add some extra kick to this sun sign’s reigning cycle. Areas of work, respect, loyalty ... more
The classic tale of a lonely woodcarver who creates a puppet that magically comes alive may best be remembered as Walt Disney's 1955 animated feature "Pinocchio." But, the story was … more
In 1869, one-armed Civil War veteran John Wesley Powell led a crew of 10 soldiers, hunters and adventurous mountain men on a geographical expedition to chart the course of the Colorado River. In … more
Santero and art conservator Gustavo Victor Goler, and co-editor of “Taos: A Topical History,” Julia Moore, will be honored by ... more
Get ready to get wet. The 14th annual Wet ‘n’ Wild Easter Event will take place Saturday (April 13), noon until 4 p.m. more
Scooby Doo's Mystery Machine, a taco and a Taos Air airplane were among the many cardboard creations that pilots steered down a racecourse at Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort on Saturday (March 16.)The … more
Taos Ski Valley has the magic of being the creation and the vision of one person: Ernie Blake. more
Metallics, period attire, sequins, gowns, ruffles and a rich theatrical history were discovered in the upstairs costume loft of the Taos Community Auditorium. That retrograde discovery … more
There are three important celestial events to note this week. Mercury will transit retrograde Tuesday (March 5) through March 28. more
Red River's Main Street may be 1,200 miles away from New Orleans' Bourbon Street, but starting today (Feb. 28), the two locales are kindred spirits.This will be the 28th year for … more
While I was not familiar with the work, and attended expecting a "typical" thespian experience, what occurred was a surprisingly engaging and personal examination of depression, suicide and the human condition. more
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