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La Emi at The Lodge

New Mexico flamenco star La Emi returns to the Benitez Cabaret stage at The Lodge in Santa Fe with a summer showing that runs through September 4. With a new production of artists, costumes, choreography, scenery and more. Incorporating modern elements while maintaining the essence of traditional flamenco, this year’s summer exhibition marks an evolution …

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Iron Horse

“When the opportunity presented itself, I suggested that the City of Taos change the name of Kit Carson Park to Red Willow Park to honor the people of Red Willow. I made the suggestion to ignite a conversation about one-sided perspectives which, in most cases, are “their – story” and not history…and I am sure …

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Robby Romero

It’s been 21 years since Robby Romero’s groundbreaking videos for MTV and VH1 combined music and activism using art as a tool for social change, but last November, during Native American Heritage Month, it seemed Music media had finally caught up with Romero, who has always been way ahead of the curve. A new series …

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Robert Mirabal

When I contacted Robert earlier this week regarding this profile on him, I asked him if he had anything specific he’d like me to mention. He emailed me right back. His text was short and to the point. “Born a Pueblo farmer, raised a Pueblo farmer, will die a Pueblo farmer. Nothing more and nothing …

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Robert Mirabal, Robby Romero and Friends at the TCA in Taos

The annual Robert Mirabal Christmas Concert at the TCA is a Taos tradition. For more than a decade, Robert has treated his fans and friends to an evening of storytelling, music and dancing. Last week, although the premise was no different, intimate and relaxed, Robby Romero accompanied him on stage on guitar throughout the show. …

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Paul O’Connor

2014 was a great year for Paul O’Connor. His acclaimed book Taos Portraits won three categories, including Best Book at the Arizona/New Mexico Book Awards, a powerful statement for Paul, who dedicated twenty years of work to the project which you can find out more about through his link next. Taos Portraits have been included …

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