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We arrived in the dark at Kilimanjaro Airport. The night air was hot, humid and smelled of diesel. I was stiff and groggy from 20 hours in a plane, but my energy was buzzing. “This was Africa,” I told myself, a place I’d been dreaming of for years. more
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During this year’s Aztec dance and music ceremony, women, water and Anne Lujan, of Taos Pueblo, were honored. more
Giving thanks [Photo gallery]
The Taos Day School Thanksgiving Powwow took place Thursday (Nov. 23) at the Taos Pueblo Community Center. more
Taos Ski Valley continues its fun month of events with the first Taos Ski Valley Summer Wine Festival, which is scheduled to occur Friday through Sunday (Aug. 18-20). more
For its seventh annual event, the Regeneration Festival’s theme is the seventh-generation principle. more
Americans used to be reasonably sure the Environmental Protection Agency was in the business of protecting the American people. 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
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
Mention the word "economy" to anyone in Taos and you're likely to get an earful of opinions. But, what you won't hear is the historical importance of trade and commerce in Taos and … more
The Enchanted Circle roars with thunder as more than 20,000 bikers from all over the country get set to rally on Red River’s Main Street this weekend for a military memorial extravaganza and alt-biker cult revival. more
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