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Got pain in your life? That began as a thought. Got pleasure? That too began as a thought and manifested into whatever it is that's making you happy. Every invention started as a thought; every good …

With apologies to Emma Lazarus, I have amended the most quoted part of her majestic poem, "The New Colossus," inscribed on the pedestal that holds the Statue of Liberty, the symbol of everything that …

The first thing that farmer, poet and water rights activist Olivia Romo wants Tempo readers to know about her is that she is very proud of being a Taoseña."I am truly indebted to my community …

By Tempo staffIf it is true that there is magic in a shared voice, then Friday (May 31), at 7 p.m., there is an intriguing evening planned when Carol Moldaw of Santa Fe; Madelyn Garner of Denver, …

Cynthia K. Homire. Died peacefully at home on April 12, 2019. She was born on Oct. 24, 1931 in Croton-on-the-Hudson, NY.

You’re having a book launch Tuesday (March 12) at Studio 107B. What’s the title of the book and what’s it about?

It is a story of babies being removed from their mothers and their homeland, or left behind with no identity papers. Ní Churreáin is traveling from Dublin to Taos to read this and other selections from "Bloodroot."