Las Vegas has a “makerspace.” Not surprisingly, Albuquerque has two. And now a group of “makers” propose to bring a nonprofit “makerspace” to downtown Taos.
“Legalize It! Legalize Cannabis and Hemp Party” is Friday night (Feb. 27) at Taos Mesa Brewing
Wade and his full band play Saturday (Feb. 28), 9 p.m., at the Motherlode Saloon
Opening night is today (Feb. 26), 7:30 p.m., at the Historic Taos County Courthouse
Story derived from 'Twilight' fan fiction is probably the worst date movie ever
SOMOS Winter Writers Series event is Wednesday (Feb. 25) at the Harwood Museum of Art
The Paseo was one of those events that felt like it should have been part of Fall Arts all along.
Doors open at 5 p.m. Sunday (Feb. 22), for a live telecast of the 87th Academy Awards
The Tootie Heath Trio will perform Sunday (Feb. 22), 7 p.m., at Taos Mesa Brewing.
The image may be a group of Buffalo Soldiers and that it may date to after the Civil War
Nation Beat and Cha Wa perform Friday (Feb. 20), 7 p.m., at Taos Mesa Brewing
Performances are Friday (Feb. 20), 8 p.m., at the KTAOS Solar Center. Tickets are $12.
‘In the origin stories of all the tribes of New Mexico, women are central to creation.’
SOMOS Winter Writers Series event features bestselling author
Featured are Robert Ellis (d. 2014); Marylou Reifsnyder (d. 1990); and Louis Ribak (d. 1979)
It was an image that burned into the consciousness of the American people ...
Have you decided what to do on Valentines Day yet?
There are long-term creative couples here who have cracked the relationship code and made it work.
Ball begins at 7 p.m. with music by Two-Ton Strap, Bones of Romeo, Michael Rael Y Cielo, and more.
Show is Friday (Feb. 13), 7 p.m., at Metta Theatre, 1470 Paseo del Pueblo Norte in El Prado.
Todd Wilkinson and Jim O'Donnell will read Wednesday (Feb. 11), 7 p.m., at the Harwood Museum
Catch the band Tuesday (Feb. 10), 8:30 p.m., at the KTAOS Solar Center. Tickets are $10.
They say a great person’s legacy means nothing if it isn’t passed on to someone who is able to appreciate the gift.
'I’ve been working on youth music projects for years, and the level of talent is terrifically inspiring.'
Event is Saturday (Feb. 7), 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., at the Taos Community Auditorium
Event is Saturday (Feb. 7), 5-8 p.m., at Wilder Nightingale Fine Art. Tickets are $25.
Tickets to the Friday evening (Feb. 6) preview reception are $20 or $15 for museum members
The show is at 8 p.m. Saturday (Feb. 7) at the KTAOS Solar Center, north of El Prado.
Plus, new music from Ryan Bingham and Lonesome Town in Local Ties
SOMOS Winter Writers Series presents works by Max Early and Lisa Chavez
If you happened to see Jennifer Lopez in the stalker-thriller “Enough” (2002), you probably saw half of what this movie is all about. Unfortunately, it’s the worst half.
The opening reception for the Members Show has been rescheduled for Friday (Feb. 6), 4-6 p.m.
Welch, along with drummer Dixie Street, is playing Saturday (Jan. 31) at Taos Mesa Brewing
"It allowed me to create intimacy with other people in a way I’ve never been able to before."
The 28th event takes place today through Sunday (Jan. 29-Feb. 1) in Taos and Taos Ski Valley
“Hearts Forsaken” will take place Wednesday (Jan. 28) at 7 p.m. at the Harwood Museum
The reggae legend will play Taos Mesa Brewing Wednesday (Jan. 28).
Clint Eastwood’s latest film makes no apologies for what some soldiers must do in times of war.
Museums in Taos, and everywhere else when you think about it, are struggling these days.
Show is Saturday (Jan. 24), 6:30 p.m., in the Adobe Bar at The Taos Inn. There's no cover.
The group's main fundraising event is Saturday (Jan. 24), 5:30 p.m., at the KTAOS Solar Center
Badfish returns to the KTAOS Solar Center Tuesday (Jan. 27) at 8 p.m. Shrub is opening up for them.
Taos band Darren Córdova y Calor won eight out of 10 nominations at the 24th annual awards
Organizers want country music event to "feel intimate, and we want it to be special.”
Our critic reviews new releases from Jon Hardy, Justin Townes Earle and Nate Livingston
"Barbara was one of the old guard, a fierce promoter of her famous husband’s work"
Once the war was over, no one could know about the vitally important work the scientists conducted
A gallery talk with the artist and a co-curator is Saturday (Jan. 17), 2 p.m., at the Harwood Museum.
"Baron’s Best" opens Friday (Jan. 16), 5-7 p.m., at Town Hall, 400 Camino de la Placita.
If the youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow, what do they envision for our future?
February ended with a four-day weekend for Taos area students as classes were canceled for the second time in as many days Feb. 27. Approximately three inches of snow fell on Taos overnight with nearly five inches reported at the Old Blinking Light and 11 inches of fresh powder at Taos Ski Valley. Though temperatures were expected to rise during the weekend (Feb. 28 and March 1), more snow was forecast for the following week. Read more here
This video is about 2015 One Billion Rising event in Taos, New Mexico USA.This took place on Valentines Day, Feb, 14, 2015. It was part of an international movement to bring attention and awareness to stop all gender violence.Music, "Break the Chain," is by Tena Clark and Tim Heintz ,used to build the dance choreography.Video was shot and edited by Rick Romancito, The Taos News
Taoseños gathered at Kit Carson Park on Saturday (Feb. 14) to demonstrate against gender violence.
On the last Friday of each month law enforcement officials in Taos, New Mexico USA meet with members of the public to foster communication. This session took place Friday Jan. 30, 2015 at the studios of DMC Broadcasting in Taos. Interviewed in this video were Gary Lefthand, chief of public safety at Taos Pueblo; David Weaver, chief of police for the Town of Taos; Jerry Hogrefe, Taos County Sheriff, and Gerald Bates, chief of police for the Village of Questa.Video was shot and edited by Rick Romancito for The Taos News, www.taosnews.com.
Habitat for Humanity's Trivia Challenge benefit filled KTAOS with hot competitors.
Judy O’Toole, an Angel Fire resident, sent these photos she shot last week during a frozen fog day in the Angel Fire and Black Lake area. She writes “pogonip” is a word for frozen fog, which happens when a very cold fog forms and creates a crystallization when the fog attaches to trees, bushes fences or any object. This particular morning the “pogonip” rolled in like a dark cloud. She grabbed her camera, ski cap, and coffee to capture the moment. Just as fast as the thick mist rolled in, it disappeared. O’Toole, an online college professor, says she spent several summer vacations in the Taos and Angel Fire area before moving permanently in 2012 to a small Alpaca ranch in the Black Lake area.
Against the 6A Demons, the Taos Tigers once again came out roaring but couldn’t quite get over the hump during its Jan. 9 home game.
The New Mexico Interscholastic Hockey League All-Star Showcase was an up-and-down tournament for the Taos Ice Tigers. Read more.