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Lise Goett tunes her ear to the cadences of an inner voice. A poet by calling and vocation, Goett is a practicing Roman Catholic. Her new book of poems ... more
Step out of the 21st century and into the timeless world of rubies, diamonds, amethysts and pearls with local author Cheríe Burns, biographer of Taos' very own fairytale … more
'There are some people you meet in history that you just can't forget. For me, and my 7-year old mind, it was Crazy Horse." So says William Hart McNichols, affectionately known as … more
Riveting honesty is how Pat Pollard's memoir, "Long Time Lost" struck me, moments into the first few pages. Describing her progress from being an adoptee to a birth … more
We can see it now. Taos author John Biscello standing before a crowd of small faces, each looking up at him with eager anticipation, waiting for him to begin reading from his new book, “Once Upon a Time: Classic Tales Reimagined.” Then, pandemonium. more
In our starstruck, Kardashian-addled culture, carrying a famous name often entails navigating a maze of other people’s preconceptions. more
A leading Taos scholar, author and arts advocate, Elizabeth Cunningham, died Thursday (Jan. 18), according to her husband Skip Keith Miller. She was 66 years old. more
In 2009, 24-year Dixon resident Michael Benanav contacted a nongovernmental organization to document an indigenous tribe in Northern India. more
Taos resident Jim Kristofic was six years old when his mother, a nurse, moved the family from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the Navajo reservation in Ganado, Arizona. more
The United States has one. Albuquerque too. Now Taos can add “poet laureate” to its list of enchanting things that makes this area so rich in culture and art. more
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