LATEST TEMPO

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“Discovered Gems” from the Wurlitzer Collection can be viewed until Jan. 31, 2022, at 203 Fine Art, and is a rare opportunity to acquire signi…

FILM REVIEW
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Gaga’s back and Gucci’s got her! Sorry, I couldn’t resist a bit of old school Hollywood hype, but it’s not far off the mark considering Ridley…

VISUAL ART
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With the recent closure of the Town of Taos Recycling Center, and the newly imposed single-use plastic ban, our community is being confronted …

CUISINE
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The holidays can be joyous but it is a time of survival and efficiency. This holiday in particular resonates with that idea. A marvelous bount…

MUSIC
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The music scene is changing in Taos. While some familiar venues have closed, and COVID-19 restrictions (and fears) linger, musicians adapt and…

ON THE SCENE
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Christina Sporrong’s website bio says she’s a “welder, blacksmith, educator, aerialist, illustrator, performer, mayhem creator.”Sporrong  also…

PLAYLIST
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Last night I woke to the near-full moon like a bright flashlight through my western window. “Hey, you!” she beckoned, relentlessly illuminatin…

CALENDAR
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Wednesday, Nov. 245:30-8:30 p.m. | Wednesdays with Jess Wayne. Jess Wayne performs live at the Sagebrush Cantina, at the Sagebrush Inn & S…

CALENDAR
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SAGITTARIUS - Happy birthday, Sagittarius! Thanksgiving should prove to be uplifting with the fiery Leo Moon supporting your sign through Frid…

CALENDAR
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Elizabeth Jose, a British fine artist, will show her latest contemporary realist oil paintings on Saturday (Nov. 27) from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. at S…

FILM REVIEW
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The new “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” has miraculously resurrected an old concept, breathed life into it and brought fans of the original into the…

CALENDAR
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On Thursday (Nov. 18) at 6 p.m., Artist Residents from the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) and the Millicent Rogers Museum will prese…

PAGES

Take an image and contemplate it for 2 minutes: say, a photograph of some rusty plumbing. What are random words that pop in your mind as you p…

SHOPPING
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For 36 consecutive days, starting Friday (Nov. 19) until precisely 2 p.m. on Christmas Eve, Taos Folk, the popular pop-up store will once agai…

VISUAL ART
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The San Ildefonso Pueblo, north of Santa Fe, is home for San Ildefonso pottery, one of the most famous known art forms of the New Mexico Puebl…

COLETTE'S CORNER
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Here’s yesterday’s scenario: all of a sudden, mid-afternoon, a film-projector needed to be delivered to Tesuque. One of our staff agreed to dr…

VISUAL ART
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A 1939 photograph of a bell pepper by Edward Weston in Life Magazine was one of many photographs that influenced the aesthetics of Taos artist…

CALENDAR
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Thursday-Friday Best Bet / Nov. 18-20. 7-9 p.m. "The French Dispatch", Taos Center for the Arts, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos. This weeken…

THE ARTFUL LIFE
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On September 3, 2004, Robert Dean Stockwell — widely known for his work as a film and television actor — reinvented himself as a fine artist. …

CALENDAR
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SCORPIO – The intense yet passionate Taurus Full Moon through tomorrow opposes you Scorpio and brings up deep emotions and heightens romantic …

CALENDAR
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IAIA Artist Residents in Visual Dialogue with the Millicent Rogers Museum on Thursday (Nov. 18) from 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. will present a virtual pa…

 
 
 
 
 
 
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