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The 37th annual Taos Mountain Balloon Rally Friday through Sunday, Oct. 25-27, 2019 brings dozens of hot air balloonists to Taos, New Mexico ... more
There's a brief hint of winter set to land in Taos, but by this weekend's Taos Mountain Balloon Rally, things should clear and spirits will certainly be high. In the meantime, there are a lot of other things happening here to keep your creative juices flowing. Of course, for more check out this week's Tempo magazine inside the Taos News on sale bright and early Thursday morning. more
Because part of "Zombieland: Double Tap" involves a pilgrimage to Graceland, I thought it might be fun to rattle off a bunch of Elvis-related non sequiturs ... more
How do you visually express a collective identity crafted by a collision of cultures over centuries - on a two-dimensional surface? The answer, as for most challenges endemic to the Taos region, is: You get creative. more
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
This week we bid the sun’s Zodiac position of Libra farewell and welcome the Zodiac sign of Scorpio. Mercury and Venus travel close to each other ... more
Have you gotten your Halloween costume yet? That's something on the minds of a lot of locals — kids and adults — as that spooky time of year approaches ... more
Ofrendas sometimes called altares or altars are part of Día de los Muertos [Day of the Dead] celebrations. Taos artist and gallery owner Máye Torres has curated ... 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
Michael McCormick is scared. Illness and slow sales are killing his bottom line at Michael McCormick & Sons Gallery, located a few doors north of Taos Plaza.He has fallen … more
Everyone loves a good story — one that makes us shiver in our skin, laugh out loud or cry. A good story reminds us of our baggage and blessings. We feel it in our bones ... more
The roar of heavy motorcycles is indelibly linked to the legends of Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda, stars of the iconic hippie-biker movie “Easy Rider” (1969). Nowhere was that more apparent ... more
Fear. Suspense. Shock. Disgust. Terror. These are some emotions you might experience while watching "Deep Red/Rosso Profondo," considered to be the quintessential Italian giallo (horror) film, … more
How a teenage nun began shaping American culture some 400 years ago from the cell of her cloistered convent in Spain is the amazing story of Sor María de Jesús de Ágreda - a … more
Mark Twain (1835-1910) has been celebrated as the "greatest humorist this country has produced" and a master of rendering colloquial speech. He helped create and popularize a … more
In the new movie directed by Gary Gray, “Ad Astra” (“to the stars” in Latin), Brad Pitt stars as Roy McBride, a straight-ahead astronaut borne of “The Right Stuff” era when test pilots were chosen for their nerves of steel ... more
The Garifuna Collective is based in Belize and made up of more than 50 musicians of varied generations who strive to express and keep alive the unique music and culture of the Garifuna people. The … more
The excitement in Taos is palpable every year, anticipating opening night of the Taos Fall Arts Festival. The opening reception and awards presentations take place this year from … more
Social media blew up like a wildfire the day after the "La Pocha Nostra" performance art group enacted a tableau many called "offensive," "sick" and inappropriate for a public venue … more
"To make music of the folk, by the folk and for the folk" is what the Red River Folk Festival at Aspencade sets out to do - and for the fifth year, a hot lineup is roaring into this … more
Tim Linhart is a world-famous ice sculptor who is featured regularly on United States news networks and worldwide for his "ice music" collaborative concerts in the Alps and other … more
"Who is he?" That's what people wanted to know when Cooper (CW) Ayon opened for Vieux Farka Touré in April 2018. Roots and Wires' promoter John Henderson said he was approached by at least 50 people … more
Jane Kircher, her studio always a delightful stop on the Río Costilla Studio Tour, takes an unusual and not readily apparent approach to her fused and slumped glass. She has a natural desire to … more
Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Susan B. Anthony, Mohandas Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, César Chavez, Elie Wiesel, Harvey Milk and Gloria Steinem are all names you may be familiar with because they … 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
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