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You want how much for that?

What goes into an artist's price for their work? How to price art is not often spoken about. Few written guidelines for how to price art exist, but in some ways much about … more

The Parent Test – Chapter Six: The Battle

It turned out that there wasn't anything wrong, at least with Eddy's digestive system. The next morning, when Tandra entered his room with a glass of warm milk... more

Fire blight bacterium affects fruit trees

With the ongoing exceptional dry conditions persisting, our trees are stressed and stress invites pests.This month's article will focus on fruit trees. Keep in mind the record-breaking climatic … more

'Secret City' to be revealed at science fest July 11-15

While van tours of three previously off-limits Manhattan Project sites are already booked up, historical walking tours, hands-on science demonstrations and other … more

Creative exchange

Once upon a time, the University of New Mexico-Albuquerque in collaboration with the D.H. Lawrence Ranch Initiatives hosted an annual writers conference in Taos called the Taos … more

Shakespearean fantasy

Get ready to slip into the sultry Tuscan night and cool forests of Monte De Athens with director Karen Thibodeau, The Taos Children's Theatre and Taos Youth Ballet. Thibodeau and her … more

Going for it

Taos artist Teruko Wilde's new work is evocative. Her canvas and brush strokes seem to harness the momentum of time and light. Her use of color is bold. The new show is titled "In … more

Who's backing PACs in New Mexico political races?

A wealthy entrepreneur has been giving away his fortune for decades, and now his efforts are propping up New Mexico's best-funded political action … more

Taos County receives federal emergency food, shelter funds

Taos County has received $22,879 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the local communities. The funding is made available through the Department of Homeland Security's emergency … more

State water plan released to public

Everyone's been talking about this year's drought, but water planners with the State of New Mexico have outlined the long-term issues with the state's water supply in its draft State Water Plan. more
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