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Heinrich, residents share ideas in Angel Fire

By Ellen Miller-GoinsSangre de Cristo ChronicleThe meet and greet with Sen. Martin Heinrich, a Democrat representing New Mexico, on Saturday (Aug. 12) at Moreno Valley High School in Angel Fire was a success, according to Angel Fire resident …

Entertainment

Major-league fingerpicker

Guitarist Richard Smith plays everything from classic fingerpicking tunes to Frédéric Chopin and Johann Sebastian Bach, from Scott Joplin to The Beatles, from jazz standards to pop and blues.

  • The spirit of activism

    In response to the discourse found on our local streets and on the national stage, SOMOS has invited …

  • No time for napping

    They’re called the “kings of swing,” and that’s certainly a well-earned title. Ten-time …

  • Things to do in Taos

    Looking for something to do on a Sunday in Taos? Here are a few suggestions and more.

  • Movie review: 'The Dark Tower'

    There’s Stephen King, and then there’s Stephen King. But, if you were hoping for an adaptation of one …

  • Who is that?

    Taos Historic Museums (THM) and Taos County Historical Society (TCHS) are planning an exhibit of historic …

  • From pen to performance

    John Biscello and friends will present a multimedia, multigender enchantment inspired by his latest …

  • Changes in the wind

    Taos Fall Arts Festival has been an annual event conducted in late September since 1974. Its purpose has …

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Sports and recreation in Taos County for the week of August 10, 2017.

Lifestyles

BLM hosts free hikes in monument

Despite the afternoon monsoon storms of late, August is a great time to explore trails near Taos. The Bureau of Land Management is offering a variety of guided hikes around the Río Grande del Norte National Monument.

For Rafting and Fishing: check daily CFS levels on the Río Grande

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Business

Making manufacturers: Events aim to inspire next-generation workers

Young people can be hard to impress, but students from Albuquerque's Academy of Trades and Technology charter school were visibly stoked by a tour of Rader Awning during 2016 Manufacturing Day events.Before-and-after shots of the 15 charter school …

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