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Some people hear the words “chamber music” and imagine formally dressed Victorians sitting stiffly in stuffy drawing rooms, yawning politely behind their handkerchiefs through a never-changing set list of Baroque compositions. more
This Friday and Saturday (Aug. 18-19), Like a Boss presents the “Fish Out of Water Festival” at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership, a benefit concert weekend supporting the health and sustainability of the New Mexico watershed. more
Ah, the 1970s: bright colors, bold bell bottoms and clogs, “Saturday Night Fever” and disco balls, ABBA and David Bowie, afros and Farrah Fawcett hair, shag carpet and lava lamps, “Star Wars” and “Jaws,” VW Beetles and daisy decals. more
David Garver will be giving a rare concert with his original Bones of Romeo cohort, world-renowned “cosmic cellist” Michael Kott. Vickie Ford will guest on piano. more
What do you get when you mix the guitar-slayer from George Clinton’s P-Funk with Fishbone’s frontman on saxophone and a singing, dancing queen of pink and punk? Answer: Tasty Face. more
Sherri Woolard said her son worked for New Mexico River Adventures in Embudo, 27 miles south of Taos. “The river guides have been here at the hospital holding vigils. They’ve been coming and staying.” more
Leonard Kasza said he taught himself how to play music. Born and raised on the southeastern front range of Colorado, he played mandolin, dobro and pedal steel guitar. In 1998, Kasza decided to stick to the steel guitar. more
The options for what to do on New Year’s Eve in Taos County are as eclectic and diverse as the people who live here. more
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