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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
Super Bowl weekend gets a bit cozier and a lot merrier when the Taos Winter Wine Festival (TWWF) kicks off its annual event.  Now in its 34th year, the Festival returns with its celebration of fine local foods paired with offerings from some of the most renowned national and international wineries. more
In a misty warm Valentine's Day on the Taos Plaza today (Feb. 14), a determined smattering of approximately 150 people gathered for the seventh annual One Billion Rising demonstration to protest violence against women and girls worldwide. more
For 37 years the last full weekend in October has brought to Taos one of its favorite events: the Taos Mountain Balloon Rally, a spectacular, almost indescribable kaleidoscope of color juxtaposed against the apex of our region's autumnal beauty. more
A reading of a play by the elusive Jane Martin called "Anton in Show Business" is billed as a rollicking comedy that follows three actresses as they navigate the strange complexities of staging a classic theatrical production at the turn of the 20th century. more
On the surface, a play set in the Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland might seem infinitely remote from the experience of high desert New Mexico. But the play's universal themes -- the interplay of devout faith and elder lore, the death of loved ones and the daily struggle to eke out a living from a harsh environment -- resonated deeply with Taos audiences when it was performed here 30 years ago. more
Luna's illumination is gradually transiting to a waning phase this week. If one wants to catch a glimpse of half our solar system, then get an early start on Saturday (Feb. 1), about 45 minutes before sunrise. Venus sparks the brightest glow in the southeast. Mercury can be located near the horizon and lower left of Venus. To the upper right of Venus and not as bright, one can spot Saturn. Continue turning south and looking above the three previously mentioned planets and one can see Mars’ distinctive yellowish-orange glow. more
Following 10 weeks of stage and online rehearsal, the tenacious Taos Children's Theater troupe of 24 is posed to launch Taos theater into cyberspace with the world premiere of their Zoom movie "The Dancing Princesses" on YouTube Sunday (May 31) at 2 and 5 p.m. more
Summer in Taos is around the corner, but at Metta Theatre, it's 50 below zero and there's a blizzard howling through the walls of a secluded cabin in the wilds of northern … more
After last week’s emotionally charged full-lunar ecliptic energy surged the planet, this week’s celestial vitality will seem far less impactful. more
There is a lot to take in around Taos as the first of month of 2020 draws to a close. Here are some highlights of what's happening in Taos in the arts and entertainment scene this week. For more, of course, check out this week's edition of Tempo magazine inside the Taos News on sale bright and early Thursday morning. more
Editor's note: This event update was submitted by the town of Taos after our Tempo magazine went to press. This update overrides our article found on page 18 in Tempo. more
Over the course of the week-long winter celebration, guests participated in activities including a snowman-building competition, lunch tray tobogganing... more
The main uncertainty regarding the coronavirus outbreak for Taos is how big it will get, and how fast. The Centers for Disease Control says that “many people in the United States will at some point, either this year or next, get exposed to this virus.” Tempo asked a few food purveyors, restaurants and coffee shops how they are handling customers and customer service at this time. more
Having spent a great part of my youth in protests and demonstrations, from Cape Town, South Africa, to Tompkins Square in New York City, I am, sadly, only too familiar with the dynamic that plays out on angry streets during hot, summer days. When the oppressed rise up, things can get dangerous. Especially when bureaucracy and police are involved. A bruised and dislocated shoulder that still acts up 40 some years later reminds me of the brute force with which I was literally manhandled as a teenager protesting outside St. George's Cathedral, in Cape Town. more
As the sun sets this week, night sky watchers can locate Mercury and Venus traveling low to the western horizon. Saturn and Jupiter can be seen ... more
On Wednesday (June 3) just after 2 p.m. hundreds of protestors lay down in the street and stopped traffic for nearly nine minutes at the intersection of U.S. Highway 64 and State Road 68. The demonstration was the second of the week, protesting for the Black Lives Matter cause and against the brutal police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25. Both protests were spearheaded by local Taoseña Salman Lee. more
Welcome spring and welcome sun sign Aries in transit. Now is the time to put winter’s plans into motion. Mating for all ... more
A dream finds you in a strange room, with unfamiliar faces, but with a sense of new opportunity. Predictions for Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces! more
This week’s Star Guide marks its first anniversary of publication. Constructing the horoscopes is a passionate service which I am honored to provide for both ... more
Most conversations these  days do not begin with bright words. Words like hopeful, transformation and opportunity are all mostly nostalgic reminders of days gone by. more
Mark Twain (1835-1910) has been celebrated as the "greatest humorist this country has produced" and a master of rendering colloquial speech. He helped create and popularize a … more
More than 1,000 miles from Louisiana, Mardi Gras celebrations resounded in the snow-capped mountains of Red River over the weekend (Feb. 22-23), drawing crowds from all over the country. more
Never before have we all had such luxury of time to accomplish a deep spring clean. more
Since its inception in 2013,Taos Onstage has been a nomadic theater troupe.Its first five seasons of diverse entertainment were offered in hotel ballrooms, music venues and black box … more
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