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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
Erika T. Wurth's newest novel, "You Who Enter Here," is not your typical New Mexico story. There are no farmers or curanderas, no historical figures or famous artists. There are no scenic backdrops with rivers and mountains and old adobe homes. more
The president of Oklevueha Native American Church, a controversial religious organization that uses certain narcotics in "healing ceremonies," says that a Carson resident arrested last month for … more
By Rick RomancitoA lecture titled "Farming with Rocks" is no joke. That's a subject on which former New Mexico state archaeologist Glenna Dean is an expert and which she hopes to share with her … more
After a break last year, the Taos Pueblo Powwow renewed its three decade-plus tradition with a colorful well attended first Grand Entry Friday (July 12) ... more
The Taos Pueblo Powwow doesn’t really happen for Richard Archuleta until he’s standing on the announcer’s stand watching the colorful regalia — feathers, … more
When Taos Pueblo fashion designer and artist Patricia Michaels was asked to participate in a Edward M. Kennedy Institute juried show stemming from the famous … more
Jim Kristofic has written four books. His latest, “Medicine Women: The Story of the First Native American Nursing School,” is a detailed history tracing the story of Ganado Mission on the Navajo Indian ... more
It was in retrospect a "scorched earth" policy. After decades of conflict between Diné warriors and white colonists, the United States military decided enough was enough.So, in … more
This is a town that cherishes its holiday traditions. Since 1992, one of the most deeply loved of these traditions has been an annual show by legendary Taos Pueblo composer, musician, … more
The Taos Pueblo Artisan Market, happening Friday through Sunday (Nov. 30-Dec. 2), comes just in the nick of time for holiday shoppers looking for a weekend activity sure to inspire. … more
The following is an interview with Jack Hopkins, son of the late Taos Pueblo artist Merina Lujan Hopkins, whose Indian name was Pop Chalee and the name with which she signed her … more
French-Lakotan Pati Martinson, the interim director for Native American Food Sovereignty and current director of Taos County Economic Development Corp., said, "Connecting food to … more
La Hacienda de Los Martínez in Lower Ranchitos will host "Reconciling for Peace in the Valley of the Río Pueblo de Taos" Saturday (Oct. 13), beginning at 10 a.m."It will be … more
Despite Fall Arts grabbing center stage, Taos Pueblo/Hopi jeweler and silversmith Jacqueline Gala has her nose to the grindstone, well, more like her metal buffer, getting ready for San Geronimo Day, … more
"I'm the first Taos Pueblo artist to have a solo exhibit at The Taos Inn," said David Gary Suazo. This is a point of pride not only for Suazo, but for the Taos community. That's … more
Millicent Rogers Museum Executive Director Dr. Caroline Fernald had some big news when she put out her latest newsletter. Aside from noting the success of the museum’s annual … more
Autumn in Taos can conjure up different things to different people. For some, it's the anticipation of a bountiful ski season (and lots of snow!) or the exciting art festivals in September, Halloween … more
Painters Eanger Irving Couse and Joseph Henry Sharp, two of the famed co-founders of the Taos Society of Artists, met in Taos in 1906. They bought adjoining properties on Kit Carson … more
Native American artist Lynette Haozous' work on the outside wall of the now-defunct FaraHNHeight Gallery in Taos caught the eye of a Colorado architect who was looking to establish an … more
Native American jeweler Glenda Loretto of Jemez Pueblo is the featured artist Saturday (June 23), for this month's Meet the Artist event at the Nicolai Fechin Studio. From … more
The Institute of American Indian Arts Archives has completed the arrangement, description, preservation and digital imaging of the Taos Pueblo artist Merina Lujan Hopkins (Pop Chalee) … more
We're still here.Despite still-pervasive stereotypes, persistent racism and a willful ignorance of history, Pueblo Indians are still alive and well. But, today, there's a … more
A marginalized population is a group of people who exist outside the mainstream culture because … more
Millicent Rogers Museum honors its namesake's prized connection with Taos Pueblo in an annual show and sale of works by invited artists from the village.The sixth annual Taos … more
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