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I'm normally not one to focus on petty complaints, but have recently noticed a flush of unsatisfactory pencils in my desk jar.I really shouldn't be surprised, though.Such a seemingly humble writing … more
Philip Bareiss grew up in the arts. However, Bareiss revealed during a recent interview that part of the local Taos art scene also grew up around him."My dad was … more
The profound Christian spiritual season of Lent began with Ash Wednesday on February 14, which this year was also St. Valentine's Day. This 40-day period is considered a sacred time.Yet there are … more
Taos and Northern New Mexico Catholic faithful, together with over one and a half billion others around the world, will now celebrate again the beautiful Marian Feast Days of the Immaculate … more
In a recent "Everybody's Business" column, I wrote about a few domestic violence myths. This week, I focus on another common myth: that perpetrators of domestic violence "have an anger management problem" and "they just need to learn how to control … more
Dear Ted: I continue to watch people, including myself, become so reactive and immediately get angry or snappy at others. I see this on television in the news, on the roads driving, and at the stores. more
You asked, "How are you doing?" As I told you, tears came to my eyes - and you looked away and quickly began to talk again. All the attention you had given me drained away.- Kelly Osmont more
Dear Ted: The world can become chaotic so quickly to begin with and then when I have a loss, I feel it is difficult to find people to help me get through the chaos and grief. When I read your articles, I see where you suggest that we find external supports. more
Dear Ted: I have just returned from a treatment center for issues pertaining to addiction. It was a long hard road when I was using, as I wreaked havoc on my family, community and myself. more
The public is invited to the unveiling and blessing of a bronze sculpture honoring the Rev. Casimiro Roca at El Santuario de Chimayó Sunday (Sept. 17), dedicated in memory and thanksgiving to his works for the santuario. more
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