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"Touching the Spirit," an exhibit of works by Blue Spruce Standing Deer of Taos Pueblo, and artist-life partner Marti Fenton White Deer Song, opens with a reception Saturday (March 24) ... more
Millicent Rogers Museum honors its namesake's prized connection with Taos Pueblo in an annual show and sale of works by invited artists from the village.The sixth annual Taos … more
A house on the south side of Taos Pueblo has caught fire, according to reports from Taos Central Dispatch. more
Norm Cutliff, the president of the Taos Men’s Baseball League has taken his place in history, inducted into the Men’s Senior Baseball League National Hall of Fame. more
This Saturday and Sunday (Dec. 16-17), Oo-oonah Art and Culture Center will have an Arts and Crafts Fair to raise money for the center. The fair takes place from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. both days at the Taos Day School Cafeteria. more
Fresh from New York City’s Carnegie Hall, Robert Mirabal, his family and friends return to the Taos Community Auditorium for an evening of song, dance and storytelling. more
To look at the night sky is to look into the eye of creation — a vast mystery that astonishes and humbles. A new series by Taos photographer Barry Norris explores the starry skyscapes of the night. more
It’s been a long road for Taos Pueblo’s John Romero. The Vietnam Veteran and veteran’s advocate has been working for five years to finally memorialize the men and women from his tribe who served in the nation’s military beyond his reservation’s borders. more
The “Indigenous Foods Experience” — which took place Friday and Saturday (Oct. 20-21) — was designed as a way to “inform community members, policymakers, tribal government, and tribal programs about Food Sovereignty and why it is important to our community of Taos Pueblo." more
Decades ago, during his medical training, Dr. Ron Lujan finished checking patients during grand rounds with colleagues at the University of New Mexico Hospital and then went back to sit with a frightened elderly Taos Pueblo woman. more
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