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Taos Onstage’s annual dinner theater is on its way to becoming a holiday tradition of its own. This year, the community theater troupe has chosen to adapt “Miracle on 34th Street” for its staged radio-play offering. more
Taoseños from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds will gather to light Chanukah candles and reflect on the meaning of peace together again this year. more
This year’s Holiday Fiesta will feature face-painting, holiday crafts, appearances by the Taos Fiesta Court, and student music and dance performances ... more
Holiday traditions are forged by a coming together of like-minded folk. The annual Lighting of Ledoux is a special gathering of the whole community to celebrate the season. more
For more than a quarter of a century, the sacred Tibetan arts of chanting, sand mandala painting, dance and ceremony have been shared across the world as part of the Mystical Arts of Tibet tours by the monks of Drepung Loseling Monastery. more
Giving thanks [Photo gallery]
The Taos Day School Thanksgiving Powwow took place Thursday (Nov. 23) at the Taos Pueblo Community Center. more
‘Tis the season to reflect on gratitude, and to pose the question, “What are you thankful for?” Here’s what some of our friends and neighbors had to say in response ... more
“Turn on, Tune in, drop out” is a phrase that can trigger stories about the raucous and raw counterculture movement spanning the 1960s and ‘70s. This same sentiment brings together a community storytelling project happening Thursday (Nov. 9) in Taos. more
Now's your chance to see what "The Marijuana Show" is all about. more
George Chacón was born on Nov. 2, Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). For 26 years, he and his wife Beverly celebrated his birthday at The Taos Inn, creating a community celebration and observance of Day of the Dead, a day for honoring departed loved ones. more
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