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Creativity craves change, movement, unknowns, surprise, wonder - all elements fiber artist Faith Welsh can't get enough of."I'm obsessed," she said during a November studio visit. more
In the wide open spaces of Jaroso, Colorado, there stands an old adobe building. Originally built as a Catholic church, it was abandoned sometime around the 1960s and officially de-consecrated in the 1970s. When cellist Mark Dudrow bought the land where the old church sits in the mid-'90s, the church was dissolving back into the earth and was occupied by a herd of 40 sheep. more
Taos artists Abby Salsbury and Dean Pulver celebrate recent renovations to their passive solar studios and Taos Mesa Arts - an arts space encompassing clay, printmaking and woodworking studios, a gallery and workshop space -- by hosting an exhibition of five regional artists. more
The cedar chests, the cabinets and the benches of Costilla furniture maker David Satrun present a quality and a durability that inspires ... more
It's hard to believe we're smack in the middle of the 2019 holiday season, but here we are. The last 12 months have flown by fast and furious as we've nevertheless paused during the last week to count and celebrate the abundant blessings we have here in town, especially with our family, friends, and neighbors. more
In considering the many December festivities throughout town, Lighting Ledoux is one of the most anticipated and, well, enchanting. more
There's no time during the year when the Adobe Bar at the Historic Taos Inn feels more like the "living room of Taos" than during the holiday season, and Saturday (Dec. 7) will not disappoint. more
The 34th annual Thanksgiving Powwow at Taos Pueblo was a benefit for the Taos Day School. Many kids from the tribe's Headstart school were also on-hand to participate in the intertribal dances. more
Metal heads mark your sick calendars for this year's Monolith on the Mesa Festival planned May 28-30 at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership, 20 ABC Mesa Road, off U.S. 64 west.Organizers … more
The DreamTree Project's Taos Festival of Trees has earned its place as an eagerly anticipated event on Taos' holiday season calendar. The Festival returns to El Monte Sagrado Resort, 317 Kit Carson Road, on Friday (Dec. 6), 6:30-9:30 p.m. All money raised from the event goes toward DreamTree Project's housing programs and full range of compassionate support services for youth in crisis in the Taos community. more
They may be "many generations apart in age," but guitarists Bill Frisell and Julian Lage connect in ways any listener will appreciate, according to Judy Katzman of the Taos Jazz Bebop Society. Audiences will have a chance to hear this masterful duo in concert Saturday (Dec. 7), 7:30 p.m., at the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
One is a 70-year-old published author. The other is a 13-year-old aspiring writer. Both will be reading from their work — which includes the provocatively titled "Weird Santa" — on Friday (Dec. 6), 7 p.m., at The Society of the Muse of the Southwest, a.k.a. SOMOS, at 108 Civic Plaza Drive. more
It's here. The holiday season is officially upon us and what better way to celebrate than with the big events happening this weekend in Taos. more
After a 2,000 mile trek from the Questa Ranger District of the Carson National Forest to the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building, the “People’s Tree” is scheduled to be lit today (Wednesday, Dec. 4) at 5:00 p.m. EST. more
Artistry in scrimshaw art by Tom High of Alamosa, Colo. was on view at the Community Against Violence Holiday Market Arts and Crafts Fair ... more
This one might seem like a low budget production as it opens, but there are no credits so you don’t know who’s in it at first or even what it’s called. This is a clever way of ... more
While many people will race though shopping malls and big box stores the day after Thanksgiving, Twirl is hosting a bright and festive alternative to kick off the holiday season. more
Stray Hearts Animal Shelter brings back the Golden Twenties with a 1920s style, black and white themed dance party to help out stray cats and dogs in Taos County. more
After an extensive nationwide search, the executive committee of the Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos announced this week that Greta Brunschwyler will become the museum's new executive director. more
A museum's docent program, usually staffed by volunteers, helps visitors explore and connect with the exhibits and collections. more
Longtime Taos resident Catherine Strisik has been named the new Taos poet laureate, according to an announcement from Jan Smith, executive director of the local Society of the Muse of the Southwest, also known as SOMOS. more
Happy Thanksgiving to all! May your week be filled with the joy of friends and family and the warmth of home and hearth. Here's a little sample of arts and entertainment events happening ... more
Lightning rarely strikes twice in animated movies, and now with the “Disney Princess Movie” imprint to uphold, the motive to electrify audiences for the new “Frozen II” movie is even more imperative ... more
The acting Questa school board today (Nov. 21) heard an appeal for reinstatement from a former Questa High School teacher who was terminated in August by then-Superintendent Michael Lovato for alleged sexual misconduct with a female student. more
Audrey Kunkel's passion for beading began in the mid-1980s when a neighbor's relative showed her beaded earrings that she had designed. Kunkel found herself enthused about each piece and asked, "Where did you get the beads?" Then, as now, Kunkel was well known in the El Rito-Latir area for her love of macaws and other parrots. So, she took some macaw feathers from her birds down to a small bead shop which used to be near the Taos Plaza. more
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