If you've been in Taos over the past few years, you know this is the season for Taos Folk. What is it? Let's just say, it's one of those things that is best experienced rather than explained.
Artists ranging in age from teens through 30-somethings will be featured in the Taos Center for the Arts' "40 Under 40" show. The exhibit is set to open with a reception Thursday (Nov. 21), 4-6 p.m., in the Encore Gallery of the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte.
The big holiday season is just around the corner and Taoseños are already getting into the spirit. But, even before that bursts upon the scene locals and visitors have a lot to look forward to in terms of art and entertainment. Here's a brief sample.
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The selection process for the approaching concert for the Taos Community Choir was a bit like a blind date between Erick Brunner, the director of the chorus, and professor André García-Nuthmann, the director of Highlands University Madrigal Choir, also known as El Coro de la Tierra Alta.
Roots Rising is an incredible, eclectic lineup of blues, soul, Latin and gospel infused voices that includes artists Matt Andersen, Gaby Moreno and Liz Vice, brought to Taos thanks to AMP Concerts. It happens Friday (Nov. 22), 7:30 p.m., at the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte.
This weekend, the Taos Jazz Bebop Society is inviting jazz fans from near and far to its fifth annual Frank Morgan Taos Jazz Festival, featuring some of the biggest names in the field.
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Now that Mercury has stationed direct, energy will begin to feel stabilized once again. Scorpio season might be over but ...
For one full day, former Vice President Al Gore and members of Climate Reality's network of more than 20,000 Climate Reality leaders from 154 countries will participate in "The Climate Reality Project for 24 Hours of Reality: Truth in Action," a global conversation about the climate crisis and its solutions in communities around the world.
Among those communities is Taos, where students from Vista Grande High School will dance to music and create spoken word pieces with local Climate Reality leader Jean E. Stevens. The event is planned to start at 1 p.m. Thursday (Nov. 21) at Vagrant Heart gallery, 216 Paseo del Canon East.
Skiers and snowboarders were treated to a crisp, bluebird day at Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort Sunday (Nov. 10), as they took to the slopes at the only ski resort presently open in New Mexico.
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The new car racing film "Ford v Ferrari" by James Mangold is a well-designed bit of semi-macho fluff based upon a real life rivalry ...
They killed a kid — not just haul him off-screen to so something unseen and unspeakable. No, they showed his terror, and the blood, and the torture.
While we may not have been “psychedelized” as the Chambers Brothers suggested, the past can be tricky and so can the future. That’s why remembering ...
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SOMOS Prose Month curator Johanna DeBiase has organized a densely packed month of high-quality readings, and she has saved some of the best for last.Many of this week's readings …
The third workshop in the Prose Month series is titled "The Power of the Dark Side: Creating the Perfect Adversary." It will be given Saturday (Nov. 16), from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the SOMOS Salon, 108 Civic Plaza Drive. The fee to participate is $45; $40 for SOMOS members.
SOMOS-sponsored Prose Month is not losing any steam as it moves into its third weekend of multiple nights of readings by regional authors.
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