Tempo Arts
Courtesy image'Me and My Ex Love,' ceramic by Sharon Dry Flower Reyna

'LOVE and #metoo' throws down at Studio 107B

Admission for all is free, but gallery owner Maye Torres says the mature content is best suited for adult audiences.
Courtesy photoDiana Rico communes with her beloved sacred cat, "because all cats, you know, are secret gods and goddesses."
Fine arts

Diana Rico reveals a wealth of experience in the media arts

Many Taoseños remember Diana Rico as the SOMOS curator for the 2008-2009 series, but, as it happens with many Taos creatives, she has done a lot more. As a journalist, she has written for Elle, …
Works by Elizabeth Jose are featured in "Freedom Beauty Travel" at Sage Fine Art in Taos.

Art happenings in Taos for the week of Feb. 14

Creativity in Taos is celebrated in several art events happening this week. Of, course, there are many more, which can be seen in Thursday's edition of Tempo magazine inside The Taos News. Check it out!
Tempo Music
Country music artists The Powell Brothers

High-energy boys from Houston kick up dust at the Motherlode

The self-described long and winding musical journey of two high-energy Houston brothers, Taylor and Blake Powell, bring them back to New Mexico this week, a place where both say …
Jazz trumpeter and vocalist Christine Fawson

'Jazz on Tap' with Pete Amahl Trio and Christine Fawson

Teatime trumpet, jazz cats and beer on tap. It used to be commonplace to have great jazz musicians play a concert in midafternoon where drummer Pete Amahl grew up on the East Coast. He recalls …
Martin Sexton

One-of-a-kind-troubadour Martin Sexton, live at the TCA

Also a presentation of AMP Concerts, one-of-a-kind-troubadour Martin Sexton will appear live onstage today (Jan. 31), 7:30 p.m., at the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. Tickets …
Tempo Culture
Local activists take to the streets for the annual One Billion Rising 'global day of action' on Valentine's Day (Feb. 14).

One Billion Rising unites Taoseños

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 …

Star Guide Feb. 7-13, 2019

This week we have a little reminder of how some body parts are associated with each zodiac sign ...
Courtesy Taos Ski ValleyThe four-day celebration offers a schedule of events spanning venues in Taos Ski Valley and throughout town.

Taos Winter Wine Festival offers a treat for the senses

Over two dozen local restaurants and three dozen national wineries and importers will host an array of tastings, chefs' luncheons, wine dinners and seminars, culminating in a Grand Tasting on Saturday (Feb. 2) and a Super Champagne Brunch on Sunday (Feb. 3).
Tempo Film
Oscar nominee Yalitza Aparicio, the first indigenous woman given that honor, portrays the live-in maid, Cleodegaria Gutiérrez in Alphonso Cuarón’s “Roma.”

Movie reviews: 'Roma' and 'The Favourite'

Alphonso Cuarón has said his film, “Roma,” is made up of 90 percent memories, his memories, of when he was growing up in the early 1970s in Mexico City ...
A still frame from 'Hiro's Table'

Taos filmmaker to screen Best New Mexico Documentary: 'Hiro's Table'

It was 1989 and Lynn Hamrick was living alone in West Hollywood. She stopped at a little Japanese restaurant for a meal, but little did she know she found her staple in cuisine and in …
Amy Adams and Christian Bale in a scene from “Vice.”

Movie review of "Vice"

There is a very dark “what if” at the root of writer-director Adam McKay’s comedy-drama “Vice.” What it suggests we’ll address in a moment, but it is a nagging …
Tempo Books
Author Patricia Pollard
Literary arts

Book review: 'Long Time Lost,' a memoir

Her life story exposes this taboo of women without children for what it is, outdated and oppressive, and reminds us that everyone is fighting a battle we know nothing about.
Heather Hoeksema
Music and literary arts

Life as a journal

Heather Hoeksema, architect turned author and musician, is on the road in her Airstream and will be visiting Taos this weekend for a music event Saturday (Feb. 2), 7-9 p.m., at …
The new book by Nasario García

Modern folktales of New Mexico illustrate the past is with us today

Folktales are stories by the people for the people, passed down from generation to generation. In …

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