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Local movie fans can thank the safety consciousness of their family, friends and neighbors for pushing our COVID-19 status to "green." It's for that reason the Mitchell Theatre chain is finally able to reopen its Storyteller Cinema 7 Theatres, 110 Old Talpa Cañon Road, in Taos.

Opening day is Friday (March 5). That's when seven features will light up the big screens. The movies will be "The Croods: A New Age," "The Little Things," "News of the World" (shot in New Mexico), "Nomadland," "Tom and Jerry," "Chaos Walking" and the Disney animated feature "Raya and the Last Dragon" (see sidebar online for descriptions).

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Jack Lorang laid on the porch of the painted blue A-frame in Sapello, New Mexico the midnight summer stars spinning overhead. He was warm in his sleeping bag after a chilly bout of night swimming in Storrie Lake with some musician friends. Crickets c hirped somewhere in the ponderosas. With Lorang's head rested against a folded-up pair of pants he was using as a pillow, his mind rested on the future: the upcoming drive to California to help move his sweetheart to Taos; the small musical gathering to be held on this property later in the season.

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Taos in summer is a living pageant of near weekly concerts and events, centered around Kit Carson Park. This summer, of course, will be different. Town Manager Rick Bellis said, "Nothing is happening till at least Labor Day."

Two women artists, both the daughters of artist mothers, both fiercely independent and autonomous, with rooms of their own. Rooms to live, dream and create in, but mostly rooms that afford one the time to "know oneself." As Virginia Woolf noted in her seminal book, "Whatever may be their use in civilized societies, mirrors are essential to all violent and heroic action."

Dear Dr. Ted: I have been feeling high levels of stress as the holidays have arrived and I'm already barely treading water to keep up with the flooding demands. I feel stress just thinking about the daunting list of parties, gifts and bills. I also feel guilty that I'm not feeling the social demand to be happy. Not sure what I'm asking, but just wanted to put it out there. Any thoughts?

At a time when the divisions between people in the United States seem as deep and wide as the Grand Canyon, Americans need events that bring them together.

By Jesse Moyajmoya@taosnews.comCalls to Taos Police centered around noise complaints and little else during the raucous weekend of Taos Vortex (Aug. 16-18), giving Chief David Trujillo a sigh of …