The first time Greta Brunschwyler visited Taos was in the early 2000s. She and her mother spent hours scouring the Millicent Rogers Museum - a fateful visit indeed.
The Harwood Museum of Art kicks off its winter season this weekend with a banquet of work from four featured New Mexico artists: Larry Bell, Subhankar Banerjee, Dean Pulver and Beatrice Mandelman.
Taos Onstage and the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership have collaborated on a delicious holiday radio play and dinner theater.
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Hunger in Taos County is a chronic problem. For 34 years, Taos Feeds Taos has worked to alleviate hunger during the winter holiday season. To support their efforts, the Taos band Last to Know has held an annual benefit concert and food drive. This year marks the 12th annual benefit concert, and opens with Foggy Memory Boys followed by Last to Know.
When it's right, it's right. Jackson Price, founder of Big Swing Theory, was raised on the blues. Even with his successful swing band, he found that he still needed another outlet.
What happens when diverse members of a small community come together to create uplifting music? The answer is in "To the Mountaintop," a new video project.
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It's hard to believe we're smack in the middle of the 2019 holiday season, but here we are. The last 12 months have flown by fast and furious as we've nevertheless paused during the last week to count and celebrate the abundant blessings we have here in town, especially with our family, friends, and neighbors.
In considering the many December festivities throughout town, Lighting Ledoux is one of the most anticipated and, well, enchanting.
There's no time during the year when the Adobe Bar at the Historic Taos Inn feels more like the "living room of Taos" than during the holiday season, and Saturday (Dec. 7) will not disappoint.
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Clearly, director Kasi Lemmons had a monumental weight thrust upon her shoulders to depict the life and times of American hero Harriet Tubman (1822-1913). In every scene, one feels the director's intense desire to "get it right" because the world would certainly judge every frame and utterance for their authenticity and faithfulness to this important, yet largely unknown, historical figure.
This one might seem like a low budget production as it opens, but there are no credits so you don’t know who’s in it at first or even what it’s called. This is a clever way of ...
Lightning rarely strikes twice in animated movies, and now with the “Disney Princess Movie” imprint to uphold, the motive to electrify audiences for the new “Frozen II” movie is even more imperative ...
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One is a 70-year-old published author. The other is a 13-year-old aspiring writer. Both will be reading from their work — which includes the provocatively titled "Weird Santa" — on Friday (Dec. 6), 7 p.m., at The Society of the Muse of the Southwest, a.k.a. SOMOS, at 108 Civic Plaza Drive.
Longtime Taos resident Catherine Strisik has been named the new Taos poet laureate, according to an announcement from Jan Smith, executive director of the local Society of the Muse of the Southwest, also known as SOMOS.
Erika T. Wurth's newest novel, "You Who Enter Here," is not your typical New Mexico story. There are no farmers or curanderas, no historical figures or famous artists. There are no scenic backdrops with rivers and mountains and old adobe homes.
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