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In 1869, one-armed Civil War veteran John Wesley Powell led a crew of 10 soldiers, hunters and adventurous mountain men on a geographical expedition to chart the course of the Colorado River. In … more
Taos kids celebrated Easter over the weekend by hunting for a share of about 6,000 Easter eggs and 120 Easter baskets.A portion of the eggs up for grabs were hard-boiled and hand-dyed by community … more
Santero and art conservator Gustavo Victor Goler, and co-editor of “Taos: A Topical History,” Julia Moore, will be honored by ... more
The full moon in Libra on Friday (April 19) exalts a realization for harmony, fairness and equality in all areas of one’s personal life ... more
Hundreds of Taos kids dove into Easter celebrations Saturday (April 13) at the 14th annual Wet ‘n’ Wild Easter Egg Hunt at the Taos Youth and Family Center swimming pool. … more
Get ready to get wet. The 14th annual Wet ‘n’ Wild Easter Event will take place Saturday (April 13), noon until 4 p.m. more
Taos Ski Valley celebrated the end of a long, snowy season on Sunday (March 7) with its annual Pond Skimming Championships.Dozens of fearless skiers and snowboarders attempted to skim across a pool … more
Do you have your address and approach polished and ready to go? How's your stance? Feeling lucky? Looking for a double or a hambone? Maybe you'll happily settle for a clean sheet. more
A Chinese cloud dragon saves the city of Wu by chasing gold-seeking robbers (who are attired in rice bags) out of town with all the bluster and flamboyance a dragon can muster. more
Luna’s dark phase peaks on Friday (April 5) and receives an extra kick from the hooves of Aries, the Ram. Both the sun and the moon’s position ... more
A world-class American dance company capable of rivaling the best Europeans had to offer: This was the dream of New York-based art patron Lincoln Kirstein, who, in the early 1930s met … more
In celebration of National Poetry Month each April, the Society of the Muse of the Southwest (SOMOS) begins a four-week series of events with a free two-day marathon reading of Homer's epic … more
If we've never heard of American sociologist, economist and workers-rights advocate Frances Perkins, then our educational system has let us down so badly. more
Local writer and philosopher Barbara Scott plans to invoke the ancient wisdom of Aristotle in a public lecture titled "The Metaphysics of Place: A Mystical Human Rights Practice." … more
Skiers and snowboarders braved the icy waters of a man-made pond Sunday (March 24) to celebrate the end of a season. In "Throwback-Retro" style, hundreds of spectators and participants turned out for … more
Welcome spring and welcome sun sign Aries in transit. Now is the time to put winter’s plans into motion. Mating for all ... more
Scooby Doo's Mystery Machine, a taco and a Taos Air airplane were among the many cardboard creations that pilots steered down a racecourse at Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort on Saturday (March 16.)The … more
This week’s start has Luna illuminating the first quarter in Gemini today (March 14). The spring’s 2019 equinox makes its grand entrance ... more
Peñasco Theatre students gave spellbinding performances over the weekend during their teen aerial show, "Tangled Emotions." The show was the result of collaboration between students and … more
It was in retrospect a "scorched earth" policy. After decades of conflict between Diné warriors and white colonists, the United States military decided enough was enough.So, in … more
With Mercury’s retrograde journey just beginning, the zodiacs can expect some no-shows, cancellations and the delayed “Taos time” behaviors ... more
Taos Ski Valley has the magic of being the creation and the vision of one person: Ernie Blake. more
The Town of Red River celebrated its 28th Mardi Gras in the Mountains with an action-packed, seven-day celebration (Feb. 31-March 6) with events ranging from costume and drink-making contests to … more
Metallics, period attire, sequins, gowns, ruffles and a rich theatrical history were discovered in the upstairs costume loft of the Taos Community Auditorium. That retrograde discovery … more
There are three important celestial events to note this week. Mercury will transit retrograde Tuesday (March 5) through March 28. more
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