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Beer steins and polka music were aplenty in Red River as Brandenburg Park transformed into a little Bavaria over the weekend (Oct. 11-14) for the annual Oktoberfest celebrations.The beloved fall … more
With the waning days left in the summer of 2019, the fresh mountain air of Red River beckons the spirit. For many, that spirit is stirred by the infectious energy of the annual … more
There are honky-tonk sounds ambling around the Enchanted Circle, swooping across the valleys and skittering around the mountain tops. Where arText … more
When an idea is good, it spreads. When the idea is great, the spread is inevitable.Upper Red River Valley cabin owner and fine artist Melynn Miller Huntley was … more
'It's hot down in Texas," as Taos' own Michael Hearne likes to sing in his virtual state theme song "New Mexico Rain," but it's a sentiment that was also expressed by outlaw country … more
Ray Wylie Hubbard, The Last Bandeleros, RW Hampton, Robert Mirabal and more will appear during Michael Martin Murphey's American WestFest® when it returns to Red River July 11-13 … more
Red River's Main Street may be 1,200 miles away from New Orleans' Bourbon Street, but starting today (Feb. 28), the two locales are kindred spirits.This will be the 28th year for … more
The self-described long and winding musical journey of two high-energy Houston brothers, Taylor and Blake Powell, bring them back to New Mexico this week, a place where both say … more
With an office right on Main Street in Red River, Karen Kelly runs KWK Events, her own business, as an event planner of weddings, reunions and corporate retreats. more
Bri Bagwell was raised in Las Cruces, with the sounds of guitar, harmonica, piano, lap steel guitar and country music in her ears. Though she lives in Austin, Texas, now, Bagwell will be returning to … more
In the wake of his critically acclaimed release, "Austinology: Alleys of Austin," Michael Martin Murphey will be inducted into the Texas Music Legends Hall of Fame more
Here's a glimpse of some of the events happening in Taos County this week. For more, check out Tempo magazine inside this week's edition of The Taos News on sale right now. more
A trio of bicyclists approach the stoplight at Taos Plaza before heading east along U.S. 64 on their way to completing the 2018 Enchanted Circle Century Bike Tour Sunday (Sept. 9). more
A leading British philosophical voice and arts writer by the name of John Ruskin is credited with starting the Arts and Crafts Movement in the mid-1860s during the Victorian Era. He believed the … more
From dramatic chasms and mountain meadows to traditional architectural gems, there is a subject to satisfy every plein-air painters taste at the third annual Wild Rivers Plein-Air Paint Out. The event ... more
When my inquisitive ancestors asked the Pueblo people about the geography of Taos, responses in the Tiwa and Tewa languages described a high country, or la sierra as we say it in New Mexico’s … more
A look at the sights in and around Taos as locals celebrate Independence Day 2018 more
A masked robber walked into the Dairy Bar restaurant in Red River Monday night (June 11) and demanded the owner empty the register, coming away with an undisclosed amount of cash and … more
A motorcyclist crashed and died while allegedly fleeing from law enforcement early Saturday morning (May 26) in Red River, casting a shadow over the third day … more
For more than 40 years, Michael Martin Murphey has been an indelible figure on the American West cultural landscape.His music career began as an "outlaw" singer-songwriter in the … more
One often associates the celebration of Mardi Gras with drunken debauchery, an excuse to dress in outlandish costumes, parade in the streets and toss strands of shiny cheap plastic beads by the hundreds into a crowd. The town of Red River, however, has adopted its own version of the event in hopes that they can evoke a community-building spirit and make it a family-friendly gathering. more
Songwriting festivals are a chance for musicians to emphasize the storytelling aspects of music as well as the notes played behind the words. The quaint mountain town of Red River with its friendly pubs and alpine vistas is hosting The Red River Songwriters Festival today through Saturday (Jan. 25-27). more
Muddy and rocky as the Guadalupe River, the Midnight River Choir will once again bring its stream of music to Red River. more
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