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Who doesn't enjoy the image of a witty jester arousing the subterranean senses of humor tightly guarded within a generally unsympathetic patriarch? As opposed to the lifeless subservient henchmen at his disposal; safe from harm for the most part except for the occasional exhibitions of sadism on a whim. At least when a jester gets punished it's for having the gumption to risk their neck on the effectiveness of a joke. And yet people manage to dedicate several hours of air time about the dangers of "cancel culture." Then there's the vicious searing version of a fool as in King Lear. With the nerve to ask a king: "Dost thou know the difference, my boy, between a bitter fool and a sweet fool?" Or to incisively ask: "May not an ass know when the cart draws the horse?"

Había una tradición en el otoño que aquí en Nuevo México, the circus would come to town de las plazas grandes. Todos los muchachitos y las muchachitas would wait with much excitement watching a los hombres levantando las carpas grandes. As the Big Top tents would be raised, los arealistas hacían tricks en sus trapeze bars, haciendo maromas en el aire with the greatest of ease.

The Carson & Barnes circus visited Taos Saturday and Sunday (May 4-5) to present its dinosaur-themed "Circus Saurus" show under the The Big Top at LULAC Field.

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Every summer, the Peñasco Theatre Collective hosts youth arts workshops for performers aged 5-17. The culmination of the "camps" is a free-adm…

Tourists cruising State Road 75 on a mission to check the “High Road to Taos” off their sightseeing lists might all too easily mistake Peñasco for a mere signpost along the way, …

The fluidity and solidity of molten rock fascinates Sarah East Johnson. So much so, that she named her Brooklyn-based dance company LAVA.

While hundreds of cars poured into an empty parking lot across from Walmart in Taos, a handful of animal rights demonstrators took to the scene Monday (May 1) as the Carson and Barnes Circus entertained …

Amado Roybal would be proud. He was the creative pioneer who hand-built the adobe and viga-beamed theater in Peñasco in 1940. Originally designed as a movie theater (you must check out the antique film projector in the lobby), the showings have …

Several Mondays ago electronic musician, The Polish Ambassador, and an entourage of DJs played at Taos Mesa Brewing Company, located at 20 ABC Mesa Road, off U.S. 64 west. “We had no idea what to expect, we’ve never played here before,” …