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Arroyo Seco's Independence Day parade is a fun and funky way to celebrate our national holiday.It's a party, pure and simple. And animals are back! Burros, horses, … more
If you were in Taos around 2000, you may remember when Guillermo Gomez-Peña created a stir with his unique brand of radical Chicano performance art. Well, he’s back and the years … more
Sopapillas. When you bite into one of these delicious pastries, expertly prepared, you know it. A universal facial expression of pure bliss appears, accompanied by a silent reverie of all that is … more
There’s only one prop, a bench. From that, a collection of local actors and playwrights hope to create some theatrical magic. more
J. Matt Thomas and Richard Spera introduced the Pecha Kucha "20 slides x 20 seconds each" format to Taos in 2011. Volume 27, titled "Things That Matter," comes to the Taos Community … more
Here are a few things to do and something to plan for this week ... more
It’s a much-anticipated sign of the approach of summer in Taos: Cristina Masoliver, the beloved “puppet lady,” returns home from her winter adventures in Baja, Mexico, and brings … more
The Taos theater community has the heart, the fire and the soul to make great live performances.What they need most is the place to make it happen, according to Chelsea Reidy the … more
The brand new plays of Teatro Serpiente's sixth annual Gorilla Theater Festival will hit the stage Saturday (May 26), 7 p.m., at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership, 20 ABC Mesa Road, off … more
According to the National Park Service, "There are three conditions that need to be present in order for a wildfire to burn: fuel, oxygen and a heat source." Taos has taken steps to … more
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