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The new decade ushered in by 2020 may be the very thing for which we've all been searching - a willingness to put our heads down and get to work with each other. more
Recently, Taos chef Wilkes Medley was in a quandary in the kitchen of the restaurant he and pastry chef and wife Collen own (Medley. in El Prado.) He pondered as he paced, "What could … more
Over 40 hot air balloons colored the sky over Angel Fire throughout Father's Day weekend (June 14-16). With three mass ascensions and a balloon glow over the course of three days, the annual Balloons … 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
Think back to a moment when your mother or father, or maybe a loving grandparent or teacher, told you a story. Do you remember it? What feelings do you associate with it? If you're like most people, you will recall those moments with evident fondness. Why? The story itself probably had little to do with it. More likely, it was the love and attention that poured out from that caring adult that helped you feel safe and warm. more
Amid the 2018 FIFA world cup, in an interview on the national evening news, Taos resident Sam Burke-Favreo speaks with Dimitri Torov, a Russian sports anchor about his book, "The … more
From fun to good causes to romantic jams,, this Valentine's Day weekend is offering plenty of to partake of for Taoseños. Here are some highlights: more
This week, the Twirl crew should be frantically running around getting ready for our sixth annual Invent Event. This unique Taos maker fair, produced by Twirl with 65 community partners, gives kids and families rich opportunities to play, create and make stuff together at 35-plus hands-on stations. more
Decorated local artist and printmaker Sarah Hart celebrated a milestone anniversary over the weekend (Feb. 7-9) with a three-day-long show at Stables Art Gallery. Hart's bold, intricate prints filled the space, with T-shirts and posters lining the walls and cards, accessories and other treasures also on offer. more
The 19 in COVID-19 may signify the number of pounds I gain during the lockdown. My cousins' WhatsApp group chat is so full of photos of our kitchen creations it's like a food porn site. This preoccupation with food reminds me of when I was teaching English in Tokyo. Though my fellow American teachers and I loved Japanese food, there were certain foods we missed. Sometimes when we got together we'd obsess about our favorite homemade chocolate chip cookies, or brownies, or pancakes, or apple pie. more
Taos Pride is "a place of joy, of remembering our history and being proud of our future.” Whether you're trans, gay, straight or anything else entirely, check out this short video of the community joining together to celebrate each other and the diversity they create.  more
One month ago, Jean Stevens, the director of the annual Taos Environmental Film Festival, canceled the film screenings to be held at the Taos Community Auditorium in response to the state emergency quarantine order for the coronavirus pandemic. Fast forward to Earth Day, April 22, thanks to the determined efforts of Society of the Muse of the Southwest, director Jan Smith and a stunning roster of local actors, poets, musicians and activists, a different, uniquely Taos community-inspired online gathering of artists will speak to these times. All the proceeds from online donations will go to Holy Cross Hospital to provide personal protective equipment for the staff. more
Veronica Golos is a founding co-editor of the Taos Journal of International Poetry and Art, former poetry editor for the Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion and core faculty at Tupelo Press' Writers Conferences. more
This week’s start has Luna illuminating the first quarter in Gemini today (March 14). The spring’s 2019 equinox makes its grand entrance ... more
Flamenco dancer, river guide, fitness guru, entrepreneur and fifth-generation Taoseña, Julia Fernández de Maez reflects that "now is the time to realize that the small things have always been and always will be the big things." more
With Mercury’s retrograde journey just beginning, the zodiacs can expect some no-shows, cancellations and the delayed “Taos time” behaviors ... more
This week, you can witness Mercury and Mars in a duet line dance with Luna in our early evening skies. Mars can be located below and to the right of Sunday’s (June 9) first-quarter moon ... more
Maria Samora is one of the most well-known, contemporary Native American jewelers. Since winning first place at the Santa Fe Indian Market in 2005, she went on to win again in 2007 and in 2009. She was the poster child for Indian Market that year - the first jeweler ever. Since then, her jewelry has become highly coveted by influencers and collectors. Her designs are inspired by Pueblo Indian tradition but are elegant and timeless in their minimalist simplicity. more
The book is open and the next page is about to turn. Prepare yourself as the next wave of plot twists arrives for Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces! more
Taos Ski Valley has the magic of being the creation and the vision of one person: Ernie Blake. more
Old Saint Nick is polishing his boots and checking his sleigh to make sure everything is set to go. Here, in Taos, locals are busily putting up colorful decorations, collecting cedar kindling for bonfires, and, of course, wrapping presents ... more
Ivy Little is enthusiastic about music and kids. She brings the two together in her weekly classes at Twirl with a joyful exuberance that is easy to catch. Little teaches a Family Music class on Tuesdays and a Friday Feelings Corner on Fridays. Both classes incorporate music, and both are now taking place at 11 a.m. online at facebook.com/twirltaos. They are designed for toddlers through elementary school children. Little also runs a group for infants and their parents which she is converting to an online format on YouTube. more
The Town of Red River celebrated its 28th Mardi Gras in the Mountains with an action-packed, seven-day celebration (Feb. 31-March 6) with events ranging from costume and drink-making contests to … more
Peñasco Theatre students gave spellbinding performances over the weekend during their teen aerial show, "Tangled Emotions." The show was the result of collaboration between students and … more
Taos poet and teacher Lise Goett conjures up poetry in response to COVID-19. more
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