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How a teenage nun began shaping American culture some 400 years ago from the cell of her cloistered convent in Spain is the amazing story of Sor María de Jesús de Ágreda - a … more
As the shimmering aspens in the mountains attest, autumn is in full swing. That's doesn't mean the arts and entertainment activities have showed down in Taos. There's still a lot going on and here we have a sampling. For more ... more
Last week, we asked our friends and neighbors to share their Christmas wish lists. This week, with Christmas 2018 in the rearview mirror, we've asked people to look ahead to 2019 and … more
Taos Pride was launched seven years ago by the late Robert Quintana because "he wanted to throw Taos a great big and fabulous party. It is his vision and joy that lives on through … more
What new twists and turns does your future hold? Check out the latest prophecies for Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces! more
While tasting wine is often depicted as a poetic diatribe of exciting flavors and sensuous textures sumptuously rising out of a glass, skillful wine tasting is hardly that. The bouquet of the wine matters but only to a degree - it is the wine's acidity, alcohol, phenolic bitterness and tannin that matter. This is the structure of the wine, the elements which tell the wine's story. more
Picture it: You walk through a door into a huge room full of tables. People are milling around, chatting, nibbling on cheese. And on the tables is: wine. Lots and lots of wine. You have a glass in your hand, and no idea where to start. more
Après ski - that much-loved pastime, after a long day on the slopes when you finally get to relax and unwind with your friends -- is one of the perks of a ski vacation. The tradition itself, comes from a time-honored practice of ending a long, cold day on the mountain, with a hot drink, gathering with friends to stretch out before turning in for the night. more
Despite below-freezing temperatures, friends and loved ones gathered on Taos Plaza  and at Taos Ski Valley  to celebrate  entering a new decade.   more
Mary Harris Jones (1837-1930) is a historical figure most commonly known as Mother Jones. In the early 1900s, she emerged as an outspoken labor organizer. She rallied on behalf of … more
The intimate Taos Winter Wine Festival continues to attract some of the world's best winery owners, winemakers and importers as is evident with the exciting 34th annual schedule beginning today (Jan. 30), and running through Saturday (Feb. 1). more
The term "natural wine" is loosely translated from the French vin nature. In English the word natural is often misused - think Perdue "natural" chicken or Hormel "natural" meats - and has been rendered meaningless by cheap marketing. In French, though, nature connotes plain, naked or untouched. So, vin nature is "naked wine" - untampered with, authentic wine. But how does authenticity play a role in winemaking? more
Winter has certainly settled in for Taoseños and visitors, bring with it a welcome snowpack and hopes for a bountiful spring. While winter sports is big, so is keeping busy with all the arts and entertainment events ... more
Taos Pride’s summer festivities brought the community together to celebrate diversity, increase awareness and provide a safe place for LGBTQ+ folks of Northern New Mexico and beyond. The … more
New Mexico has a long history of winemaking, especially along the Río Grande, beginning in 1629, when Franciscan friar García de Zúñiga and a Capuchín monk named Antonio de Arteaga planted the first wine grapes in Santa Fe de Nuevo México. more
August’s Virgo New Moon takes place Friday (Aug. 30). Jupiter can be found a bit west of due south at sunset and Saturn can ... more
I was a teenager in the 1960s when I first heard that song -- born in time to catch the wave of change that swept like a tsunami across the planet. Within a decade the world as it had once been was transformed forever. A half-century later, I stand again on the cusp of a new year, a new decade and a new job. more
Hundreds of Taos kids dove into Easter celebrations Saturday (April 13) at the 14th annual Wet ‘n’ Wild Easter Egg Hunt at the Taos Youth and Family Center swimming pool. … 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
Writers Levi Romero and Robert Arellano share a passion for culture and education, a deep-rooted connection to Northern New Mexico and a decades-long friendship. Romero is from the Embudo … more
It's hard to believe we're smack in the middle of the 2019 holiday season, but here we are. The last 12 months have flown by fast and furious as we've nevertheless paused during the last week to count and celebrate the abundant blessings we have here in town, especially with our family, friends, and neighbors. more
The dark cosmic universe will seem more on the quieter side of activities this week, compared to the last few weeks of meteor showers lighting up our night skies. more
In considering the many December festivities throughout town, Lighting Ledoux is one of the most anticipated and, well, enchanting. more
'To be a poet is a condition, not a profession." That quote is attributed to Robert Graves, and if one does in fact have the courage to call oneself a poet, they most probably would agree. It's a heavy weight to bear, and few carry it lightly. So while April (National Poetry Month), draws to a close, we here at Tempo are celebrating all things poesy, and honoring the poets who bring forth the muse's gifts. more
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
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