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Sandra Postel, director of the Global Water Policy Project, will speak Thursday (Jan. 31) at the Harwood Museum of Art. more
Mardi Gras celebrations are just some of the entertainment and arts options awaiting Taoseños and visitors alike this week. Here are some highlights: more
The Taos Youth and Family Center had some visitors over the weekend, but not the human kind. They were Harley, Patches and Soul -- a Western hognose snake, a desert box turtle and a turkey vulture. … more
Locals and visitors alike will have the chance to take a rare peek inside some of Taos' most beautiful dwellings and art galleries when Los Jardineros Garden Club of Taos presents its … more
The holiday block party known as “Bonfires on Bent Street” will happen Saturday (Dec. 8) in the Taos downtown historic district. Throughout the day ... more
Taos kids took the stage at Juan I. Gonzales Agricultural Center, 202 Chamisa Road, on Friday (Nov. 22) to showcase their musical skills as guitarists, vocalists, violinists and dancers, to name a few. more
November is an active meteor month. The Leonids meteor showers hit their peak Saturday and Sunday (Nov. 16-17). A majority of this week’s ... 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 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
Horoscopes insights for Oct. 4-10, 2018: Major intense cause and effects intertwining the zodiac are due to heavy factors in play within our solar system. These associations pertain to the following … more
One billion is the estimated number of girls and women across our planet who will be beaten or raped in their lifetime. That's a sobering statistic -- one in three girls and women.One Billion Rising … more
Your comprehensive guide to the gallery scene in Taos and surrounding area. In this year’s guide we go into the studio with renowned contemporary artist, Larry Bell. Best known for his glass cubes and large-scale sculptures, Bell has been an iconic figure in the Taos art world since the 1970s. Plus, we go behind the scenes with five museum directors to learn how they honor the legacy of Taos’ artistic traditions. Inside you’ll discover 60 unique galleries, maps and more.   Find your copy in this week’s edition! more
The annual four-day run brings bikers from all over the nation for four days of high energy fun, contests, music, merchandise, and acres of motorcycles from one end of Main Street to the other in … more
The Dixon Community Players will present "Mid-life! The Crisis Musical" Friday and Saturday (Sept. 14-15) at 7 p.m., and Sunday (Sept. 16) at 2 p.m. The performance directed by Holly … more
The sun moves from the sign of Cancer and into the sign of Leo late Monday (July 22). The Delta Aquarid meteor showers continue ... more
What marvels and perils lurk around the next bend? Read the latest prophecies for Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces! 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
Regeneration Festival is about bouncing back, just as a forest regenerates after a forest fire.It all began in August of 2011, founder Lyla June Johnston said. That was when four … more
The parking lots were full, the traffic around the Taos Historic District was at times bumper-to-bumper, but there was an infectious spirit in the air that drew Taoseños to the 30th annual holiday-themed event called Bonfires on Bent Street. more
As we emerge blinking out of lockdown into the blossom-filled sunshine, it's time to slough off our comfy sweats and pull out our favorite warm-weather outfits to celebrate. more
The Hacienda de Los Martinez is hosting a special public event Saturday (Oct. 13) called Reconciling For Peace In The Valley Of The Río … more
For a time, I had four large plastic pots in my sun-soaked living room. I arranged them in a square and put a chair in the middle. In the pots I grew a jungle of shapely tomato plants, basil, thyme, carrots, daikon radishes and a random assortment of flowers. At some point I lost count of the hours I sat in that chair bathing in the tonic of the plant-laced scents of petrichor. more
The 2018 Taos Fiesta La Reina Alicia Marie Romero and her Princesas Jazmine Medrano and Angelica Gonzales enjoyed their last public appearance before the new queen and her court were introduced … more
In 1947, two poets met at a New York dinner party. Elizabeth Bishop, then 35 years old, was introverted and deeply private, loathe to divulge personal … more
I painted this in 2016 and it isn't the first painting that seemed to be eerily prophetic. Kurt Vonnegut says artists are like the canaries miners used to take underground to warn them of poisonous gasses humans can't detect. more
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