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I was never a big fan of Rex Harrison’s British musical version, and Eddie Murphy’s contemporary American take on “Dr. Doolittle” was funny and cute in its own way, but at least both stars maintained a certain presence on screen. more
Ten days away from her solo art exhibition and Jesse is beside herself with excitement, her mother Stevie says, referring to her Taos Arts Council (TAC) sponsored show. Readers should note, only first names of Jesse's family will be used in this preview, to ensure the 37-year-old autistic artist's safety. more
In his posthumously published epic hybrid poem, "Cabeza de Vaca," poet Peter Rabbit (born Peter Douthit in 1936) reconsiders history. Communing through time and space with the famous Spanish explorer Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca via ingestion of psychotropics, Rabbit transforms the resilient pioneer into a groovy nomadic beatnik shaman. more
The light in Taos is exceptional and something for which it is noted, but its glow sometimes emanates from something other than the sun. There are people who bring their own shining intensity to this small town and make it a brighter place for family, friends and the wider community. Such a person was the actor Robert Walker Jr., who died in Malibu, California, on Dec. 5, 2019. more
Kit Carson Electric Cooperative CEO Luis Reyes explained at a two-hour public briefing Friday (Dec. 10) why the utility's net-metering policy for rooftop solar array owners - "rooftoppers" - no longer works. more
Stunning, imaginative and provocative. If the exhibition of prints in "Ambos Lados: International Print Exchange" doesn't excite the creative spirit, practically nothing will. And that's saying a lot, considering the hugely creative spirit of Taos. more
"The possibilities are endless when our body, voice and imagination are fully engaged in making the written word come alive," said Taos author/activist David Pérez, who will be sharing his love of both storytelling and performance this weekend at a workshop hosted by the Society of the Muse of the Southwest. more
Taos Academy has advanced to the final round of Samsung's 'Solve for Tomorrow' nationwide STEM contest , along with two other New Mexico schools. more
What would you think if the Son of God reappeared in our midst? Today? In the Middle East? Would we even recognize Him, understand His message, or would we dismiss Him as just another cult leader or charlatan? 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
The exhibition of Beatrice Mandelman's work "Overflowing with Color," on view now at the Harwood Museum of Art, is timed to coincide with the release of a film about her life and creative output. The New Mexico PBS documentary "Creation Is Pure Freedom" will premiere April 11 in the Harwood's Arthur Bell Auditorium. more
You have to give a lot of credit to director Greta Gerwig. Not only did she helm one of the best cinema adaptations (among many) of Louisa May Alcott’s 19th century semi-autobiographical novel, she was also pregnant while shooting it and went into labor the day after she turned in her first rough cut of the movie. more
In the Jewish tradition, 18 is a special number. It represents the Hebrew word for life - pronounced "hi" with a guttural "h," and usually transliterated as "chai." This year, then, is a particularly significant one for Taos' longtime tradition of an interfaith Peace Chanukah celebration. It marks the 18th time that people of all faith traditions have gathered together to light Chanukah candles and share words of peace in our small town. more
Perhaps the most important thing for music lovers to know about this "special holiday concert" is that, according to Taos-born Americana artist Max Gomez, "We're probably not going to play any Christmas songs." more
Faithful readers of the Taos News, if they've been around for a while, may recall opening the paper and enjoying a witty, whimsical cartoon by artist Harry Vedoe. On Tuesday (Dec. 31), Vedoe will be celebrating his 90th birthday. To commemorate the occasion and share it with the community, he and his wife Noreen will be hosting a one-day-only special exhibit of his artwork, from 2-5 p.m. at the Stables Gallery of the Taos Center for the Arts, 133 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
Self-described folk-rock, alternative Americana, R&B and hip-hop troubadour Tiffany Christopher is on a mission "to spark each individual's creative fire and unify us through music, movement and laughter." more
A man who became highly influential to the followers of Eastern mysticism in Taos has died. Ram Dass, born Richard Alpert, died Sunday (Dec. 22) at about 7 p.m. local time. He was at his home in Maui, Hawaii surrounded by friends and followers. He was 88. more
Just what is the "Star Wars" universe trying to teach us? Is it that Wookiees are incredibly loyal, fierce and loveable friends? Or, that brave freedom fighters will always give their lives for a just cause? Or, that evil will never die and that a gigantic armada of Imperial Star Destroyers can be built in secret by a cranky old relative? more
Get your kicks pre-Saint Nick this Saturday (Dec. 21) from 4-6 p.m., along Kit Carson Road's Historic District galleries, museums and businesses. Expect little farolitos and at least two bonfires, but lots of treats and sweets, all free and open to everyone. more
It pays to be online, as Arizona photographer Scott Baxter discovered. Now, he is looking forward to his Taos art debut. There is an opening reception for an exhibition of his work along with nibbles, libations and an opportunity to meet the man, on Saturday (Dec. 21), 1-4 p.m., in the Fechin Studio at the Taos Art Museum, 227 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
Donabe, the pan-Asian eatery that both stands out in Taos and fits right in, just celebrated its one-year anniversary of serving food, sake and art in the former Arthur Rochford Manby house. more
The idea behind "Jumanji" was always a brilliant conceit: A game that literally drags players into it, posing various life-threatening and crazy challenges until they are forced to hit certain goals and the final moves are achieved. more
"An epic poem is a long, narrative poem that is usually about heroic deeds and events that are significant to the culture of the poet. Many ancient writers used epic poetry to tell tales of intense adventures and heroic feats." more
Drawing from his roots at Taos Pueblo and his travels around the world, Grammy and Nammy (Native American Music Awards) recipient Robert Mirabal creates an entirely unique experience for his audiences. Mirabal joins with family and friends once again this season for a show that includes storytelling, music, dance and visual imagery. more
Hunger in Taos County is a chronic problem. For 34 years, Taos Feeds Taos has worked to alleviate hunger during the winter holiday season. To support their efforts, the Taos band Last to Know has held an annual benefit concert and food drive. This year marks the 12th annual benefit concert, and opens with Foggy Memory Boys followed by Last to Know. more
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