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For many baseball fans, the game is simply a beloved tradition, or a way to relax on the couch, or a way to bond with family. But rarely is it something that the baseball fan actually does. And by the time the fan realizes they would love to play, it seems like it is too late. Their back is aching, their knees are shot, their coordination just isn't what it used to be.

With a new logo design emblazoned on their new hats, the Taos Solar Sox will be traveling to Phoenix, Arizona, to participate in yet another Men’s Senior/Adult Baseball League World Series. …

Ceekay Jones, otherwise known to Taoseños as the vocalist for “the original Taos band” Tabularasa, has come a long way to find his own sound. Over the past 15 years, the Taos native has been touring the country and traveling the globe with …

Back in 2005, performing alongside groups like KRS-1, Eek a Mouse and John Browns Body (among others) and earning a slot on the Warped Tour, Taos band Tabularasa decided to call it quits. But, for one night only, Saturday (March 26), the four …

Norm Cutliff throws a pitch during the Taos Senior Mens Baseball League's exhibition game against Santa Clara Pueblo Sept. 27.

The fourth annual San Diego Memorial Day Tournament had a new champion this year: the Taos Tortugas won it all. The Tortugas upset a lot of teams in the tournament and, in the championship game, they knocked off the L.A. Dodgers — a team populated …

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Guitarist Omar Rane estimates that The Monkey Feeders have played somewhere between 150 and 200 shows in Taos this past year. Their performances inevitably come with an enthusiastic crowd, despite the fact they do mostly cover songs. But, it’s …