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There are few outdoor performance venues in the world as dramatic as the Wild Rivers Amphitheater at 1120 Cerro Road near Cerro. Taking advantage of this epic setting, the Q-town … more
Holy night [Photo gallery]
For nine nights, Mary and Joseph search for shelter in the Las Posadas religious play. more
Even if Twirl was nothing more than "that cool toy store with the big climbing nets in the courtyard," it would still be an epic destination for children of all ages. But the … more
Rodeo-lovers from Taos and throughout the state packed the stands of Taos County Sheriff's Posse for a tradition that dates back to the 1960s. The annual Rodeo de Taos, Saturday and Sunday (June … more
Giving thanks [Photo gallery]
The Taos Day School Thanksgiving Powwow took place Thursday (Nov. 23) at the Taos Pueblo Community Center. more
Whoever said laughter is the best medicine was spot on. Get ready for Improv Medicine, a local comedy collective that will give their first show at Taos OnStage Saturday (June 29) … more
For four years in a row Shree Yoga in Taos offers a 90-minute respite from the noise and haste of Thanksgiving Day festivities.On Thursday (Nov. 22) from 9:30-11 a.m., the local … 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
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
Eight hundred pounds of carrots is the number that Taos farmer and agricultural visionary Micah Roseberry and her crew of six harvested last week on Anjel Ortiz’s farm in Chimayó. Roseberry said that for every crop there is a season, and the harvest won't wait. Many local farmers engaged in bringing in the crops agree. The water must flow to the seeds in the fields, people must be fed. Life goes on. more
Members of the Taos Heartwood Coalition came together over the weekend (April 4-5) to finish planting three crab apple trees and two Jefferson elms in Gusdorf Park. Funded by the Los Jardineros Garden Club of Taos, the project provided reprieve from the COVID-19 pandemic through an investment in the park’s future. Certified arborist Felix Banuelos was joined by Beth Enson and David Gilroy to shovel holes and hoe soil for the Jefferson elms Sunday (April 5.)  more
In 2011, Taos actor-musician-writer-yogi David Garver premiered an original one-man show, "The Age Between Sage and Fool." Garver portrayed a series of men navigating their midlife … more
The study of tree rings has led to insightful discoveries about the history of people and places. Dr. Tom Swetnam is an expert in using tree rings to learn about environmental and … 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
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
As the COVID-19 pandemic swept through our lives there were, indeed, those who became the heroes of our strange new world: our health care workers and first responders. more
Fall is undoubtedly a favorite time of year for many, and this week is certainly an example of why. In addition to the Wool Festival in Kit Carson Park, there's a lot going on. Be sure and check out this week's Tempo magazine for more, but until then, here's a sample. more
A few words on the topic of sun sign dates: With the researching of sun sign transition dates, one may find some conflicts as to what sun sign one truly is. Finding your exact birth sun sign can be … more
Jiāyóu! That was the shout from the windows of high-rise apartment buildings in Wuhan, China, during the lockdown that started them all. Literally, it means "add oil." In other words, "Gas it up!" Usually it's translated as "Keep up the fight!" more
Generations of Taoseños have known the joy of whirling through the summer air on the brightly painted horses of the Tío Vivo carousel. more
Celestial navigation. The stars align for Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces! more
For millennia, Taos Pueblo has faced its enemies with the kind of respect worthy of Camelot's Round Table. From the age of discovery to the Spanish flu, Taos Pueblo has endured. We've battled the Catholic Church for a right to believe in ourselves; we've fought back against a cunning conqueror, who would see our mountainous cathedral mowed down to grazing lands, and won. more
In the Taos Children's Theatre's adventurous theatrical version of the 1908 classic, "The Wind in the Willows," you'll find "motor cars, boats on the river Thames and bands of … more
The heroes and heroines of the pandemic in Taos are those with a skill set essential to our survival who put themselves in harm's way every day by showing up for work. more
As the pandemic continues to disrupt the world, the fashion industry is one area that is being hit hard, and is now looking at how it will be changed in the long term. more
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