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In the historic Taos Inn, on 125 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, is room 102 one of 45 unique guest rooms only this one has a silver Nambé star nailed to its door. It was the space reserved for Washington D.C. writer Dee Strasberg whenever she came to town. Which turned out to be twice a year, spring and fall, starting in 1951 until failing health kept her away. She transitioned in 2013 and asked for her ashes to be buried in the Inn’s courtyard. Between her yearly Taos sojourns Strasberg left her old heavy typewriter behind so housekeeping could set it up in room 102, with fresh flowers, a bottle of wine and candies, before her arrival. The iconoclastic writer penned many of her 70 plus Gothic Romance and Horror novels in room 102 under the pen name Daoma Winston. more
To honor all veterans on Memorial Day, New Mexico Public Broadcast System is airing Albuquerque filmmaker Sarah Kanafani's poignant documentary "On This Hallowed Ground: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Born from Tragedy" on Sunday (May 24) at 10 p.m. and Monday (May 25) at 8 p.m. on Channel 5.1. more
Everything was going as planned. At the end of 2019, I had it all set up. I had sublet my apartment in Taos, and returned to Barcelona for the opportunity of a lifetime - to work on a documentary for Media 3.14, award-winning producers of documentaries like "Comprar, Tirar, Comprar" and "Me Llamo Violeta." more
This weekly column seeks to help educate our community about emotional healing through grief. People may write questions to Golden Willow Retreat and they will be answered privately to you and possibly as a future article for others. List a first name that grants permission for printing. more
Yesterday, my friend Kate O’Toole texted from Dublin, where she’d just spent a minute at her open window clapping for the health care workers. They do all over Ireland at 8 p.m., because that’s when the nurses change shifts. On streets where a lot of nurses live, the clapping goes on for many minutes more. more
Approximately 300 people turned out Feb. 27 at Taos Community Auditorium for a one-time screening of "No Small Matter," a new documentary film that underscores the critical need for early childhood education. more
According to Bonnie Golden, one of four local women who founded Taos Immigration Allies, "immigration involves basic human rights, everyone but Native Americans are immigrants, and everyone has a right to asylum. Everyone. We shouldn't forget where we came from, our education, social status and wealth don't matter." more
New Mexico children's book author Linda Harkey's fourth book, "Doc, Willie, and the Pack" (Archway, 2019), is a continuation of the growing Hickory Doc series. more
Entering its fifth year, the Taos Environmental Film Festival, taking place Thursday through Monday (April 18-22), will showcase 22 award-winning films running the Earth’s gamut from ... more
It was 1989 and Lynn Hamrick was living alone in West Hollywood. She stopped at a little Japanese restaurant for a meal, but little did she know she found her staple in cuisine and in … more
'Oh, these vast, calm, measureless mountain days, days in whose light everything seems equally divine, opening a thousand windows to show us God," said John Muir, the Scottish-American … more
One of the more independent individuals of Taos is now the subject of a documentary film. Directed by Angel Fire attorney Jeff Thomason, "Blue Phoenix: The Art of Jon LeBleu" will … more
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