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Brick and mortar, mom and pop. Taos Plaza shops and galleries have faced economic challenges, an aggressive online marketplace and now a pandemic. Any of these events could cause a business to go under, let alone all of these. It takes special grit and fortitude to be still standing.

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We now know genetic memory is real. Epigenetics and brain science indicate we inherit the emotional experiences of our ancestors, and those experiences come to rest in our bodies and oral traditions. If an entire community undergoes the traumatic experience of conquest, colonization and loss of the land, trauma is both individual and collective.

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In a year of uncertainty some things about the holiday season remain the same – frosty mornings and cozy fires; sparkling lights and glowing farolitos; steaming hot chocolate and melt-in-your-mouth biscochitos; gaily wrapped presents waiting to be gifted to family and friends. 

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The following is a condensed version of Taos Police reports from Nov. 25 through Nov. 30. Visit taosnews.com for a complete report.

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Last time I talked about empathy. About how it has been scientifically proven that compassion is anti-inflammatory, and being kind is as good …

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It was a somber yet joyous scene Friday (Nov. 13), as hundreds of cars were joined by the Taos Volunteer Fire Department and local law enforcement to hold a memorial parade for the late Mante Chacon, owner of Mante’s Chow Cart.

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Taos Pueblo unveiled proposed plans to the town of Taos council for a Taos Pueblo Heritage Center at the site of the old Lineberry Estate, at 501 Paseo del Pueblo Norte.

Taos Pueblo's governor, warchief and their staffs presented the multiyear plan to the council at the Tuesday (Oct. 13) virtual public meeting.

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What began Saturday as a three-day “occupation” of the Santa Fe Plaza by Native activists and their supporters culminated on Indigenous Peoples Day with protesters toppling a controversial war monument.

About 50 people used a rope and chains to bring the obelisk down.