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In this dark time of shorter days and big pandemic struggles, it is good to remember there is still much for which to be grateful.

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Out of the mouths of former hippy babes comes this history of Fountain of Light, the monthly counterculture tabloid published in Taos from 1969-1970. Jim Levy, editor for the last three issues, and author/journalist Phaedra Greenwood talk a little about the people who founded and worked on this now-legendary review.

— Tradiciones editor Virginia L. Clark

He grew up in a small Texas town. Each summer he traveled with his folks to Nebraska farms to harvest the wheat where he drove the tractor and prepared the sandwiches for lunch.

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The Taos News Take-Out BBQ to benefit the Newspapers in Education Program is happening from 11 am to 3 pm, on Saturday, July 25, at the Taos News parking lot. Enjoy a delicious BBQ sandwich, potato wedges, coleslaw and apple cobbler while helping out a worthy program for Taos area students. The cost is only $10. The program ensures that all Taos kids get a copy of the weekly newspaper (print or online) for education and information. It's a great way to help out a worthy cause!!  

I've told you this before on a previous visit (we live in North Carolina and spend a few months in Taos each year) but you put out an excellent newspaper. But then you know that. How you can sustain …