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Albuquerque meteorologists from the National Weather Service are tracking a complex storm system approaching New Mexico from the west, bringing showers and a few thunderstorms to the region Wednesday night (March 18) through Thursday. more
Officials at Taos Ski Valley have decided to end the 2019-20 ski season at 5 p.m.  today (Sunday, March 15).  Taos Ski Valley officials  initially intended to end the season on March 22, however they have decided to take extra precautions and close a week earlier due to concerns over the coronavirus.  more
For almost 35 years, Enchanted Forest Cross-Country Ski Area has been hosting a sweet celebration called Just Desserts. The tradition continues this Saturday (Feb. 22) from noon to 2 p.m. at the ski area located just outside of the town of Red River. Skiers and snowshoers can travel between stations set up along a five-kilometer course and enjoy locally made desserts as they go. more
Meteorologists from the National Weather Service are predicting light snow for tonight, Tuesday (Feb. 19), and tomorrow (Feb. 20), with more precipitation expected over the weekend. more
New Mexico Department of Transportation is reporting severe driving conditions in the Eagle Nest area, where roads are snow-packed and icy with zero visibility due to blizzard conditions. Travel is discouraged. more
This past holiday period was one that recorded peak visitation throughout most parts of Northern New Mexico, boosting our economy for all. With bountiful snow and a revitalized offering, we witnessed scores of visitors touting best-trip-ever experiences. None of this could have been possible without our incomparable staff. more
Albuquerque National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologists are tracking a cold front surging into the Rio Grande Valley Sunday night (Feb. 9) that will combine with a passing disturbance to produce light amounts of snow over portions of western and central New Mexico tonight and Monday. more
Competitors waxed their shovels and took to the slopes at Angel Fire for the 40th, and, according to organizers, the final World Championship Shovel Races on Jan. 30-Feb. 2. more
A winter storm traveling across the state forced school delays and early dismissals Tuesday (Feb. 4), while temperatures are expected to plummet even further through tonight and into Wednesday (Feb. 5).  more
While tasting wine is often depicted as a poetic diatribe of exciting flavors and sensuous textures sumptuously rising out of a glass, skillful wine tasting is hardly that. The bouquet of the wine matters but only to a degree - it is the wine's acidity, alcohol, phenolic bitterness and tannin that matter. This is the structure of the wine, the elements which tell the wine's story. more
Après ski - that much-loved pastime, after a long day on the slopes when you finally get to relax and unwind with your friends -- is one of the perks of a ski vacation. The tradition itself, comes from a time-honored practice of ending a long, cold day on the mountain, with a hot drink, gathering with friends to stretch out before turning in for the night. more
Picture it: You walk through a door into a huge room full of tables. People are milling around, chatting, nibbling on cheese. And on the tables is: wine. Lots and lots of wine. You have a glass in your hand, and no idea where to start. more
The intimate Taos Winter Wine Festival continues to attract some of the world's best winery owners, winemakers and importers as is evident with the exciting 34th annual schedule beginning today (Jan. 30), and running through Saturday (Feb. 1). more
The term "natural wine" is loosely translated from the French vin nature. In English the word natural is often misused - think Perdue "natural" chicken or Hormel "natural" meats - and has been rendered meaningless by cheap marketing. In French, though, nature connotes plain, naked or untouched. So, vin nature is "naked wine" - untampered with, authentic wine. But how does authenticity play a role in winemaking? more
New Mexico has a long history of winemaking, especially along the Río Grande, beginning in 1629, when Franciscan friar García de Zúñiga and a Capuchín monk named Antonio de Arteaga planted the first wine grapes in Santa Fe de Nuevo México. more
As snow and wind descended on northern New Mexico Thursday and Friday (Jan. 16-17, 2020), locals and visitors alike braved the elements. more
The E.L. Blumenschein Home and Museum became a National Historic Landmark in 1966, seven decades after its namesake helped to put Taos on the global map as an extraordinary art destination unlike no other. more
Update, 3:00 p.m.: Richard Martinez, an engineer with Kit Carson Electric Cooperative, confirmed there are power outages in the El Prado area. Martinez said crews were at the scene and power should be restored to most of the affected area residents within 20 minutes. He added that power to the Overland Sheepskin Company and businesses in that complex would take longer.  more
Don't ask Jean Mayer how old he is. Americans have a funny stigma about age, he said. Over here, age puts you in a box. He's not fond of boxes. more
Taos loves the blues for some reason. Maybe it's the hard-driving rhythms or the beat that gets you up and dancing, but locals just eat it up. Better bring a big old spoon because … more
It isn’t often you find a legendary photographer at a local arts and crafts fair, but that’s where we found Dick Spas. He is photographed ... more
Mary Esther Winters welcomes customers into her cozy café at Taos Pueblo. more
A rabbit greets the morning near the Río Grande Gorge Bridge, locally known as the "Gorge Bridge," which is a steel deck arch bridge spanning the gorge located 10 miles northwest of Taos. At … more
Under the light of his headlamp, Chris Caudill chops wood to help enliven a bonfire outside Taos Mesa Brewing. more
Cameron Martinez Sr. carts wood into Taos Pueblo. more
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