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Street tracks

While Bob Dylan is often considered the most iconic musical troubadour, his career seemed to lack a key element of folk: the busking experience. Woody Guthrie, Rod Stewart, Tracy … more

Music review: A slew of solo singers

Never turning down the solo artists, What’s Spinning looks at two talented singer-songwriters this week who might spark several guitars to be picked up around Taos. more

Red River hosts songwriter festival

Songwriting festivals are a chance for musicians to emphasize the storytelling aspects of music as well as the notes played behind the words. The quaint mountain town of Red River with its friendly pubs and alpine vistas is hosting The Red River Songwriters Festival today through Saturday (Jan. 25-27). more

Creative writing out loud

November is Prose Month. To celebrate, the Society of the Muse of the Southwest (SOMOS) is presenting its first celebration of the occasion with nine evenings of prose readings by 20 different writers and three consecutive Saturday workshops on the craft of prose writing and performance. more

Storytelling in a digital world

Cisco Guevara is the owner and founder of Los Rios River Runners. He tells stories to his clients while floating on the Río Grande – and, luckily for the whole of Taos, he tells his stories onstage. This is Guevara’s 17th year participating in the Taos Storytelling Festival. more

Visionary showcase

The 24th volume of Pecha Kucha reflects the beauty and complexity of this time of year in Taos with an eclectic mix of writers, musicians, sculptors and painters. more

Equal parts

Folk music and Taos are well-acquainted two-step partners. The area is familiar with the genre and with upcoming duo Clay Parker and Jodi James. more

Freedom is the word

Taoseña poet Julia Daye said, “The interesting thing about Taos is that 99 percent of people who come here express a feeling of a homecoming when they arrive.” more

The spirit of activism

In response to the discourse found on our local streets and on the national stage, SOMOS has invited three authors to reflect on their activism. more

From pen to performance

John Biscello and friends will present a multimedia, multigender enchantment inspired by his latest novel, “Nocturne Variations,” on Saturday (Aug. 12) at The Body Shop on Kit Carson Road in Taos. more
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