Tempo Arts
Courtesy image"SG095," 2018, reclaimed paper, paint, hardening oil, 12-by-12 inches by J. Matt Thomas
Fine art

Matt Thomas builds surfaces

Those who are familiar with Thomas' mixed media pieces will likely recognize several of the show's underlying style elements.
Devreaux Baker (pictured) joins Jia Oak Baker for poetry readings at Magpie Gallery Sunday (Nov. 18) promptly at 4:15 p.m.

What's happening in Taos?

With our first blast of winter weather, locals are excited about the positive outlook it means for the community. Some of that will be reflected in the ...
"We Are Not Alone, La Yuta: Sunset With Aliens" photograph by Nancy De Herrera Crochet

Through the lens of a norteña

Sometimes life has a way of bringing a person full circle in a most magical way, and so it has been for photographer Nancy De Herrera Crochet. Raised in Costilla, she began taking pictures of her …
Tempo Music
Students in 2014 practice with the Taos Youth Music School.

Come for the Frito pie, stay for the music

For a few bucks in a donation, one can get a fine frito pie and listen to budding young Taos musicians,  tonight (Nov. 16) at the Juan I. Gonzales Agricultural Center, 202 Chamisa …
Award-winning jazz saxophonist Grace Kelly

Frank Morgan Taos Jazz Festival shines once again

The Taos Jazz Bebop Society's annual Frank Morgan Taos Jazz Festival has become a fixture of Taos' cultural calendar.
Marnie (Isabel Leonard, seated) delves into childhood trauma in the opera staged at the Metropolitan Opera.

"Marnie" opera to be screened at TCA

Composer Nico Muhly unveils his second new opera for the Met with this gripping reimagining of Winston Graham’s novel.
Tempo Culture
Adam Overley as Hamlet

Teatro Serpiente presents William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet'

The tale begins on a dark winter night at Denmark's Elsinore Castle, a castle now haunted by the ghost of its murdered king, Prince Hamlet's father. Hamlet takes on the task of avenging his father's death, and thus begins his descent into futility...

Star Guide Nov. 8-14

Jupiter enters its home sign of Sagittarius today (Nov. 8), where it stations for the next 13 months. Favorable energy ...

Star Guide Nov. 1-7

Monday’s (Nov. 5) crescent moon bows out gracefully during the peak hours of the annual celestial event known to radiate from the constellation …
Tempo Film
Katherine Waterston and Eddie Redmayne in a scene from “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”

Movie review: “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”

Filled with an excruciating amount of detail, and a plot so cryptically complex that it rivals a Paul Greengrass political thriller, the latest film adaptation of a J.K. Rowling novel, "Fantastic …
Courtesy Cam McLeodWarren Miller's "Face of Winter" visits some of of the late filmmaker's favorite locations, from Engleberg to Chamonix, British Columbia to Alaska, Chile, Iceland, New Zealand, Washington and more. Watch as world-class athletes such as Anna Segal, Dash Longe, Forrest Jillson, Amie Engerbretson, Simon Hillis, Seth Wescott, Jim Ryan, Jess McMillan, and others carve the faces of remote mountain ranges and pursue the thrills of a life lived in high places.

Warren Miller's 'Face of Winter' to be screened at the TCA

Warren Miller, who died Jan. 25, 2018, was a ski bum with a dream. The New York Times wrote in his obituary that he was a World War II veteran and bought his first movie camera with …
Mathilde Ollivier stars as Chlöe in “Overlord.”

Movie review: “Overlord”

There's something satisfying about seeing a movie about brave American soldiers fighting the Nazi menace during World War II ...
Tempo Books
Courtesy photoWriter Jim O'Donnell
Literary arts

Week 3 of Prose Month offers interesting mix of writing styles

There is no lack of diversity in writing styles in Taos and week three of SOMOS's Prose Month proves that. This weekend, seven different presenters come out to shed light on everything …
Cover art for Michael Benanav's new book.

Michael Benanav travels with nomads

Can man and nature live in harmony? These days with the growing research on climate change, it's hard to imagine such a possibility.
Cover art for Michael McGarrity's new novel

Criminal intent

Author Michael McGarrity said, "In 1982, after I left a position as supervisor of a program for seriously mentally ill patients, I took the summer off and started writing just to see if I had what it took to tell a story. It turned into a hobby."

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