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The sun moves from the sign of Cancer and into the sign of Leo late Monday (July 22). The Delta Aquarid meteor showers continue ... more
The cliché about working with a group of unruly and differing people being like "herding cats" might apply to the local theater community — that is until seasoned theater pros … more
When political parties became lured by big money, big ideas about how to help the working stiffs of America went right out the window. That's part of what national political … more
The ballet is a feat of grace, physical rigor, and soul. Akin to the professional ice skater and gymnast, it is exhilarating to watch what the human body can artfully accomplish. A … more
To visitors and guests of our community, my warmest welcome to the Fiestas de Taos! more
My year has been filled with lots of happiness, laughter, memories and the creation of friendships that will last forever. more
It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to Las Fiestas de Taos, an annual celebration of the community’s patron saints Santiago and Santa Ana, which Taos County residents have been celebrating since the days of the early trade fairs. more
Welcome to our beautiful Taos community. We, the mayor and Town Council of the town of Taos are proud to host the 2019 Fiestas de Taos in the heart of our community on the Historic Taos Plaza. more
Generations of Taoseños have known the joy of whirling through the summer air on the brightly painted horses of the Tío Vivo carousel. more
In the Taos Children's Theatre's adventurous theatrical version of the 1908 classic, "The Wind in the Willows," you'll find "motor cars, boats on the river Thames and bands of … more
The Taos Pueblo Powwow doesn’t really happen for Richard Archuleta until he’s standing on the announcer’s stand watching the colorful regalia — feathers, … more
Friday, July 12 – Sunday, July 14, 2019 more
Almost everybody who has ever attended the Fourth of July Parade in Arroyo Seco says they love it because it's just so "funky." Now, funky can mean a lot of things, but in this … more
The month of July will see some pretty explosive and compelling energy, starting with a new moon and solar eclipse both taking place on the same day ... more
There are few outdoor performance venues in the world as dramatic as the Wild Rivers Amphitheater at 1120 Cerro Road near Cerro. Taking advantage of this epic setting, the Q-town … more
Rodeo-lovers from Taos and throughout the state packed the stands of Taos County Sheriff's Posse for a tradition that dates back to the 1960s. The annual Rodeo de Taos, Saturday and Sunday (June … more
Whoever said laughter is the best medicine was spot on. Get ready for Improv Medicine, a local comedy collective that will give their first show at Taos OnStage Saturday (June 29) … more
In a revival of Tempo's "10 Questions" column, we chose to speak with Corrina Llopart, founder and director of Coco's Hen House of Burlesque, in advance of the troupe's "Spicy Summer … more
Over 40 hot air balloons colored the sky over Angel Fire throughout Father's Day weekend (June 14-16). With three mass ascensions and a balloon glow over the course of three days, the annual Balloons … more
The full moon in Sagittarius on Monday (June e 17) opposes Gemini’s solar position. Sagittarius rules the planet Jupiter, so areas of exploration and excessiveness ... more
The Taos Youth and Family Center had some visitors over the weekend, but not the human kind. They were Harley, Patches and Soul -- a Western hognose snake, a desert box turtle and a turkey vulture. … more
This week, you can witness Mercury and Mars in a duet line dance with Luna in our early evening skies. Mars can be located below and to the right of Sunday’s (June 9) first-quarter moon ... more
Parishioners and community members began the long process of replacing and restoring the exterior adobe walls of the San Francisco de Asis Mission Church over the weekend in the Ranchos de Taos Plaza. more
The first thing that farmer, poet and water rights activist Olivia Romo wants Tempo readers to know about her is that she is very proud of being a Taoseña."I am truly indebted to my community … more
By Tempo staffThe Marine Navajo Code Talkers played a vital role in the Pacific campaigns during World War II. They developed a code in their native language that baffled the Japanese and helped win … more
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