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Taos Onstage kicks off its seventh fall theater season this week with Aaron Posner's "Life Sucks." The playwright has subtitled the piece: "Sort of adapted from 'Uncle Vanya' by Anton Chekhov." more
Although Metta Theatre in El Prado might be considered a rather compact venue for a play that made a splash in Santa Fe last spring, Ketevan Ussery's "Hidden Treasure: A Georgian … more
This week we bid the sun’s Zodiac position of Libra farewell and welcome the Zodiac sign of Scorpio. Mercury and Venus travel close to each other ... more
As the sun sets this week, night sky watchers can locate Mercury and Venus traveling low to the western horizon. Saturn and Jupiter can be seen ... more
For anyone interested in finding out about "The Amazing Women of the Wild West," the Taos County Historical Society has a program coming up just for you.Van Ann Moore is probably one of … more
After the recent performance by a group called La Pocha Nostra -- one small part of The Paseo art expo Sept. 13-14 -- a groundswell of reactions by many people, some of whom never … more
How a teenage nun began shaping American culture some 400 years ago from the cell of her cloistered convent in Spain is the amazing story of Sor María de Jesús de Ágreda - a … more
This week’s Star Guide marks its first anniversary of publication. Constructing the horoscopes is a passionate service which I am honored to provide for both ... more
Mark Twain (1835-1910) has been celebrated as the "greatest humorist this country has produced" and a master of rendering colloquial speech. He helped create and popularize a … more
Luna’s last quarter moon phase peaks on Saturday (Sept. 21) at 7:40 p.m. Then, on Sunday (Sept. 22), the annual Libra equinox officially shifts into gear ... more
NeoRio offers thought-provoking art installations right on the rim of the Río Grande gorge, along with a farm-to-table feast, poetry and music. The outdoor contemporary art and … more
The celebration of the equinox and solstice have long been honored and celebrated by humans all over the planet for hundreds of years. On Friday (Sept. 20) at 1 p.m., the fall … more
By Rick RomancitoA lecture titled "Farming with Rocks" is no joke. That's a subject on which former New Mexico state archaeologist Glenna Dean is an expert and which she hopes to share with her … more
Taos High School Culinary Arts instructor, Chef Benjie Apodaca, mentored budding culinary students to great heights in the world of cooking competitions. His death in July of this … more
One may be a little leery or superstitious with the full moon at its peak on Friday the 13th. The Pisces full moon reflects our ... more
This week’s planetary forecast has the sun, Saturn, the moon and Jupiter exhibiting some do-si-do exchanges over the next few nights. The … more
August’s Virgo New Moon takes place Friday (Aug. 30). Jupiter can be found a bit west of due south at sunset and Saturn can ... more
Regeneration Festival is about bouncing back, just as a forest regenerates after a forest fire.It all began in August of 2011, founder Lyla June Johnston said. That was when four … more
Twentieth-century kids who grew up watching “The Jetsons” cartoons were certain that the cartoon’s bubble-domed personal spaceships would be an everyday feature of 21st-century … more
We just found out our Tempo cover dog this week, Gordo, was adopted along with a bunch of other dogs at Stray Hearts Animal Shelter. more
While the Delta Aquarid meteor showers remain in effect until Aug. 23, the Perseid meteor showers are also in full swing now until Aug. 20. more
Taos Pride’s summer festivities brought the community together to celebrate diversity, increase awareness and provide a safe place for LGBTQ+ folks of Northern New Mexico and beyond. The … more
Writers Levi Romero and Robert Arellano share a passion for culture and education, a deep-rooted connection to Northern New Mexico and a decades-long friendship. Romero is from the Embudo … more
I wasn’t there. I wish I had been. Mainly because the Woodstock Music and Art Fair that happened Aug. 15-17, 1969 at Max Yasgur’s 600-acre dairy farm near White Lake in Bethel, New York, 43 miles southwest of Woodstock shook the earth and changed the planet. more
Dozens of colorful, shiny vehicles lined the Super Save parking lot on Paseo del Pueblo Sur on Saturday (July 27) for the store's Car Show and Silent Auction. The automotive display featured … more
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