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The study of tree rings has led to insightful discoveries about the history of people and places. Dr. Tom Swetnam is an expert in using tree rings to learn about environmental and … more
Every night before 10-year-old Alexia Martinez goes to bed, she says, "Goonight Jimmy Dean. I love you!" to the pig she has been caring for all summer. Twice a day, she has been taking him on walks … more
Once the kids are back in school, it’s time for the adults to come out and play. With wine tastings, gourmet food, outdoor adventures, lectures and live music, the annual Summer Wine Festival at Taos Ski Valley Resort is ... more
Community members donning rainbow tutus, sparkles and vibrant makeup colored the streets of downtown Taos over the weekend to celebrate love and diversity in the seventh annual Taos Pride … more
Taos Pride is "a place of joy, of remembering our history and being proud of our future.” Whether you're trans, gay, straight or anything else entirely, check out this short video of the community joining together to celebrate each other and the diversity they create.  more
Taos Pride was launched seven years ago by the late Robert Quintana because "he wanted to throw Taos a great big and fabulous party. It is his vision and joy that lives on through … more
Locals and visitors alike will have the chance to take a rare peek inside some of Taos' most beautiful dwellings and art galleries when Los Jardineros Garden Club of Taos presents its … more
In 1947, two poets met at a New York dinner party. Elizabeth Bishop, then 35 years old, was introverted and deeply private, loathe to divulge personal … more
Dating back to the early 1600s, Taos’ annual Fiesta celebrations once again brought energy and vibrant color to downtown Taos. In addition to bringing the community together, the long-standing … more
Mary Harris Jones (1837-1930) is a historical figure most commonly known as Mother Jones. In the early 1900s, she emerged as an outspoken labor organizer. She rallied on behalf of … more
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
Amid the 2018 FIFA world cup, in an interview on the national evening news, Taos resident Sam Burke-Favreo speaks with Dimitri Torov, a Russian sports anchor about his book, "The … more
Recently, Taos chef Wilkes Medley was in a quandary in the kitchen of the restaurant he and pastry chef and wife Collen own (Medley. in El Prado.) He pondered as he paced, "What could … more
Arroyo Seco's Independence Day parade is a fun and funky way to celebrate our national holiday.It's a party, pure and simple. And animals are back! Burros, horses, … more
If you were in Taos around 2000, you may remember when Guillermo Gomez-Peña created a stir with his unique brand of radical Chicano performance art. Well, he’s back and the years … more
Sopapillas. When you bite into one of these delicious pastries, expertly prepared, you know it. A universal facial expression of pure bliss appears, accompanied by a silent reverie of all that is … more
There’s only one prop, a bench. From that, a collection of local actors and playwrights hope to create some theatrical magic. more
J. Matt Thomas and Richard Spera introduced the Pecha Kucha "20 slides x 20 seconds each" format to Taos in 2011. Volume 27, titled "Things That Matter," comes to the Taos Community … more
Here are a few things to do and something to plan for this week ... more
It’s a much-anticipated sign of the approach of summer in Taos: Cristina Masoliver, the beloved “puppet lady,” returns home from her winter adventures in Baja, Mexico, and brings … more
The Taos theater community has the heart, the fire and the soul to make great live performances.What they need most is the place to make it happen, according to Chelsea Reidy the … more
The brand new plays of Teatro Serpiente's sixth annual Gorilla Theater Festival will hit the stage Saturday (May 26), 7 p.m., at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership, 20 ABC Mesa Road, off … more
According to the National Park Service, "There are three conditions that need to be present in order for a wildfire to burn: fuel, oxygen and a heat source." Taos has taken steps to … more
Warm summer days, a frosty beer, and the sweet alpine breeze blowing through your hair. Red River has always been a sanctuary for bikers from all over the world with its friendly … more
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