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Only generational Taoseños will get all the codes in this painting.  El Santo Niño in una carreta pulled by la muerte, San Francisco flinging Mexican parrots into the sky,  Veronicas, Nuestra Señora with Jesús and Saint John The Baptist, Crypto-Jews and costumed dancers …

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National Hispanic Heritage Month began on Sept. 15 and runs through Oct. 15 as a way to celebrate Hispanic culture and history, which hold a special significance here in Northern New Mexico.

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Anglo American perceptions of Pueblo culture and Hispanic culture were very different in the 1800s. However, both were suffused with the ubiquitous racism that is inherent in the imperialist eye.

The Indians were a more lucrative tourist attraction - they were exotic, mysterious and colorful. The Mexicans were too European to be of interest to European consumers, and were too recently an enemy population from the Mexican-American war of 1846 - 1848.

“If I were to go outside and stuff the dirt from this place in my mouth, it would be sweet,” says Anita Otilla Rodríguez. The enjarradora (master mud plasterer), author, painter …

With a voice of focused intensity and pure tone, a rootsy folk-rock vibe and a Latin-Southwest sensibility, bilingual singer-songwriter Lara Manzanares’ debut original album, “Land Baby,” weaves a tapestry of geographical, emotional and cultural landscapes ...