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By Ariana KramerA Jew, a Muslim and a Hindu walk into a church.No, this is not the beginning of a joke. It is the start of Peace Chanukah, an interfaith gathering that has become a winter tradition … more
The lighting of farolitos and luminarias is a cherished holiday tradition along Ledoux Street, named after two French-Canadian fur trappers and brothers, Antoine and Abraham Ledoux. more
Even if Twirl was nothing more than "that cool toy store with the big climbing nets in the courtyard," it would still be an epic destination for children of all ages. But the … more
For four years in a row Shree Yoga in Taos offers a 90-minute respite from the noise and haste of Thanksgiving Day festivities.On Thursday (Nov. 22) from 9:30-11 a.m., the local … more
The specials include a Hand Drum Contest, Spectator Dance, and "Non- (Pow-Wow) Singing Contest." more
This week's celestial events may bring both relief and frustration all on the same day. Venus stations direct Friday (Nov. 16) with Libra’s balance ... more
The tale begins on a dark winter night at Denmark's Elsinore Castle, a castle now haunted by the ghost of its murdered king, Prince Hamlet's father. Hamlet takes on the task of avenging his father's death, and thus begins his descent into futility... more
Jupiter enters its home sign of Sagittarius today (Nov. 8), where it stations for the next 13 months. Favorable energy ... more
Monday’s (Nov. 5) crescent moon bows out gracefully during the peak hours of the annual celestial event known to radiate from the constellation … more
The 36th annual Taos Mountain Balloon Rally is in the history books now, but while it was happening, fun was had, lots and lots of it. more
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