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Taos is not a cookie-cutter mountain town and it’s not trying to be. We’re not meaning to be full of ourselves, but we love the quaint, casual and historic fabric of our beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountain home in the Southern Rockies. In the 188 - page complimentary Discover Taos winter  guide - in this week's edition of the Taos News - discover the heart of Taos at this time of year and meet some of its people,  like Jean Mayer:  more
November is an active meteor month. The Leonids meteor showers hit their peak Saturday and Sunday (Nov. 16-17). more
As the sun sets this week, night sky watchers can locate Mercury and Venus traveling low to the western horizon. Saturn and Jupiter can be seen ... more
This week’s Star Guide marks its first anniversary of publication. Constructing the horoscopes is a passionate service which I am honored to provide for both ... more
One may be a little leery or superstitious with the full moon at its peak on Friday the 13th. The Pisces full moon reflects our ... more
While the Delta Aquarid meteor showers remain in effect until Aug. 23, the Perseid meteor showers are also in full swing now until Aug. 20. more
Spanish: Cañiagre, CañiagriaEnglish: Red dock, curly dock, tanner's dockFamily: Polygonacea (Buckwheat family)Genus species: Rumex hymenosepalusCañiagre is native to western North … more
The full moon in Sagittarius on Monday (June e 17) opposes Gemini’s solar position. Sagittarius rules the planet Jupiter, so areas of exploration and excessiveness ... more
This week, you can witness Mercury and Mars in a duet line dance with Luna in our early evening skies. Mars can be located below and to the right of Sunday’s (June 9) first-quarter moon ... more
A favorite getaway in Colorado for Taoseños is the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, a little over 100 miles from town. Now there's yet another reason to visit: the park has been … more
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