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Santiago Tafoya, 17, is a junior at Taos High school. Tafoya plays the violin and guitar for the mariachi band program. He is in both the intermediate and advanced class and finds mariachi music not …

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The music scene is changing in Taos. While some familiar venues have closed, and COVID-19 restrictions (and fears) linger, musicians adapt and play on.

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Last night I woke to the near-full moon like a bright flashlight through my western window. “Hey, you!” she beckoned, relentlessly illuminating my squinting face. With a protesting sigh, I threw …

It took awhile for Chris Brochu to call himself a musician. He’s always been an actor. That = the profession. The easy identity. Role after role — from independent short films to hit TV show, …

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It’s time to get saxy! Moonlight through the windows onto your satin sheets, kind of saxy. Feeding your significant other chocolate covered strawberries, kind of saxy. Full blown sax. That’s what …

Era la víspera del Día de Todos los Santos when Canutito was sitting around watching al TV.  And just as he did todos los Halloweens, estaba watchando scary shows on the television. …

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Día de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, dates back thousands of years to ceremonies and rituals honoring those who have taken their journey to the spirit world. Indigenous peoples have a spiritual …

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The Wool Festival in Taos was back for its 38th year with wool, food and music. The music stage was adjacent to a small group of Navajo-Churro sheep that bleated to the sounds of Americana, folk, blues, bluegrass and country songs. Strings were picked, plucked and strummed while happy attendees bought spools of wool thread and other wool-y crafts.