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We didn’t get to have our usual community gathering for Tradiciones this year. No mariachi band. No mingling with our friends and leaders. But…

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On Aug. 22 of this year, Uvaldo V. Lopez went missing, but before his body could be found two weeks later in a remote part of Carson National …

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Valdemar DeHerrera will turn 102 on Oct. 8th, making him one of the oldest surviving members of the Battle of Bataan. Born in Costilla in 1919…

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In 2021, wearing a lot of hats and spinning a lot of plates is sort of a given in our jobs. We are all asked to do a lot. But then there is Li…

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Though Benito Concha spent the first 16 years of his life in Colorado Springs, his connection and calling to Taos Pueblo overtook him, and at …

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For Gus Foster and his camera, there are no limits. At least that’s the idea. Since 1976, Foster has been taking awe-inspiring, panoramic phot…

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Christina Sporrong feels the weight, heavy as steel. Three gigs cancelled in the past week.No more Paseo Festival, where she was going to show…

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When Tempo introduced Mark Maggiori to our readers recently, we exposed but a fraction of this French ex-pat’s proverbial iceberg. We heard ab…

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‘During the early 1800s, there [was] a shift in settlement patterns in the Taos area … Hispaño settlers had been living in these dispersed set…

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The feast day of Our Lady of Sorrows, Sept. 15, is celebrated annually by the Catholic Church one day after the feast of the Holy Cross (Sept.…

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You’re walking alone at night down a dark dirt road somewhere in Taos. A fast-moving thing bright in the sky catches your eye. You continue a …

 
 
 
 
 
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