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All United States presidents and their administrations have kept secrets. In fact, their imperative to do so is one of the most staunchly defended facets of their working process in the national interest. All presidents and their administrations have also lied, but, to what extent or why is a question that can be argued ad nauseam. more
If you are looking for a sure good time, head down to KTAOS Solar Center this Saturday (Jan. 20) at 8 p.m. and hear Nosotros throw down a dance party to remember. more
World-renowned flutist Claire Chase brings her cutting-edge approach to musical performance to Taos this January. The 39-year-old musician has premiered hundreds of new flute works in the Americas, … more
Live mural-painting by artist Jolene Nenibah Yazzie is happening from Wednesday through Sunday this week (Jan. 17-21) at the Harwood Museum of Art, 238 Ledoux St. more
The Nature Conservancy presents a free lecture by Dr. Ellis Margolis, a research ecologist with the United States Geological Survey’s New Mexico Landscapes Field Station based in Santa Fe. Margolis recently led a research team in a study of the history of fire patterns in the Taos mountains. more
Scholars warn that the lens through which we view history is a vastly imperfect one. It is even more so when married to art. more
Muddy and rocky as the Guadalupe River, the Midnight River Choir will once again bring its stream of music to Red River. 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
The tweaks used to update the plot of “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” are evident and obviously required quite a bit of skill to accomplish. Whether filmmakers were successful enough to make this as memorable as the 1995 original probably depends on how willing people in the audience are able to suspend their disbelief. 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
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