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One of Taos’ leading lights has passed on. Phyllis Hotch was born in New York City and raised a family and taught English in Massachusetts bef…

Friday Best Bet / The Lounge at Rolling Still Distillery in Taos 4-10 p.m. Live music with Crooked & Cracked. Wicked Western Get-up costum…

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Mining Town Girl / By Carol Brown / Morris Publishing (2021, 178 pp.) The death by diphtheria of the family’s youngest son David opens this sp…

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"Most humans are unaware of their innate magical abilities," explains one knowing young fairy in this enchanting adventure story for middle sc…

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"La Macarena effect" -- named after the hit song by Los Del Río -- is described by the Cuban characters here as "whenever our friends left the…

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Santa Fe-based historian Hampton Sides is the author of "Ghost Soldiers," "Americana," "On Desperate Ground" and many more works of different …

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What town calls itself the Moose Viewing Capital of Colorado, was founded by a postmaster named after the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, and w…

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'It is only through stories that we live full lives," writes Luci Tapahonso in "A Blessing," one of the poems in her shimmering collection "A …

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SOMOS (Society of the Muse of the Southwest), the literary organization in Taos since 1983, presents the 5th Annual Taos Writers Conference ov…

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Book reviews for The Rock Cycle: Essays, by Kevin Honold, and Narcissus Nobody, by Gina Yates

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When 24-year-old Aldo Leopold (1887-1948) became the supervisor of the Carson National Forest he designed a log cabin as the first home he wou…

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Book Review: Hope, Interrupted:America Lost and Found in Letters, By Byron McCauley and Jennifer Mooney

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TODAY > The UNM-Taos college library provides the services and resources needed for student success, as well as to be available for the com…

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Just a few weeks after the last hurrah of snow flurries in spring, the Taos Ski Valley (TSV) morphs into solitude and a lush, green outdoors, …

 
 
 
 
 
 
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