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August 2018

Victor Goler 29:04
Victor Goler talks about his work making and repairing Santos and his talk "Influential Santeras of New Mexico" at the Taos Art Museum August 15th

SOMOS HomeWord 27:50
Prudy Ablen and Phyllis Hotch of Society of the Muse of the Southwest ont their HomeWord party celebrating the purchase of their building - August 19th 5:30-7:30.

Millicent Rodgers Museum
Millicent Rodgers Museum director Dr. Caroline Jean Fernald talks about upcoming exhibits and events, and issues involved with curating Native American and Hispanic sacred objects

Joanne Forman speaks Aug. 6, 2016 on "Hiroshima, Why Does it still Matter?" Music by Melanie DeMore and Tina Hahn.

TCA Update
Susan Ness brings an update on upcoming TCA events in August.

Immigrants Rights 18:20
José Gonzales talking about aid that Taos volunteers and donors have given to immigrants seeking asylum..

Taos Youth Music School 28:17
Singer teacher Mark Jackson tells about opportunities for youth to learn at the Taos Youth Music School.

Non-Violence Works
Non-Violence Works CEO Simon Torrez talks about the closing of Tri-County and how the clients can be servced by other providers.

D. H. Lawrence 66:46
"D. H. Lawrence Among the Early Bohemians" a talk and selected Q&A by Dr. Katherine Toy Miller recorded Saturday, July 21st at SOMOS.

Sandra Matthews
Sandra Matthws speaks on "Women of Colonial New Mexico" Aug. 7, 2018 at SMU Taos

Taos Gay Pride 14:03
Enrico Trujillo outlines the events upcoming on August 9, 10 & 11 for Taos Gay Pride.

Andrew Graybill
Andrew Graybill speaks on "The Red and the White, a Family Saga of the American West" on June 12, 2018 at SMU Taos

Charles Kading 28:49
Charles Kading talks about his benefit bicycle trip for KCEI and Earth Stewardship Day.

Sacred Activism 26:19
Chelsea MacMillan speaks about the "Brooklyn Center for Sacred Activism" and is joined by Tania Casselle.

Irea Blea 74:45
Irea Blea speaks on her book "Daughters of the West Mesa" on violence against young women in NM on Sep. 16, 2017 at Op. Sit. in Taos.

Lightening Fires 3:08
Carson National Forest on current fires.

Que Vivan las Acequias! 40 28:00
Miguel Santistevan's show on Acequias. Sembrando Semillias youth and parents speak out on acequias and farming. Sponsored by the New Mexico Acequia Association and AIRE.

SOMOS August
Jan Smith covers the multitude of Society of the Muse of the Southwest events in August.

July 2018

Plutonium Pits at LANL Part 1 58:13
Plutonium Pits at LANL Part 2
Greg Mello of the Los Alamos Study Group speaks on July 30, 2018 on the plans for multiple shift production of up to 80 plutonium pits per year at Los Alamos National Labs.

Mark Sciscneto speaks on "The History of Chocolate" on July 10, 2018 at SMU Taos

Dear Elizabeth
Taos OnStage presents "Dear Elizabeth" a play on the longtime friendship of poets Robert Lowell and Elizabeth Bishop at SOMOS July 26, 27, 28 at 7 pm

Mother Jones in Heaven 28:24
"Vivian Nesbit and John Dillion perform in the musical drama "Mother Jones in Heaven" at the Metta Theatre July 20th 7 pm & July 22nd 3 pm.

D. H. Lawrence 29:39
"D. H. Lawrence Among the Early Bohemians" a talk by Dr. Katherine Toy Miller Saturday, July 21st 10 am at SOMOS.

Feminine Genius 59:42
Liyana Silva author of "Feminine Genius" spoke at Op. Sit. in Taos May 3

Robert Oppenheimer 73:20
Jim Hopkins speaks on "The Rise and Fall of Robert Oppenheimer" on June 19, 2018 at SMU Taos

John Suazo
John Suazo speaks about his sculpture and a presentation at SOMOS for the Friends of the Library on July 11 .

CAV - Sexual Harrasment
Lorenne Gavish of Community Against Violence on sexual harrasment in the workplace.

¡Que Vivan las Acequias! 28:00
Miguel Santistevan's show on Acequias. This month, #39, the day long workshop at Los Luceros on "Farming in Shortage" by the New Mexico Acequia Association.

Dr. Karl Brooks
EPA Region 7 administrator Dr. Karl Brooks "Land of Enchanment, Land of Paradox, New Mexico Confronts its Environmental Opportunities" speaking June 26, 2018 at SMU Taos.

Forest Fires & Native People
Tom Swetnam spoke on "Tree-Ring Histories of Forest Fires and Native Peoples in Northern New Mexico" on May 22 at SMU Taos

High Altitude Summer Camp
High Altitude Summer camp and the gymnastic program.

Youth Counseling 28:39
Lisa Stern of Non-Violence Works talks about their programs counseling youth.

Carmen Maria Machado
Carmen Maria Machado author of "Her Body and Other Parties" spoke at Op. Sit. in Taos July 21, 2018

Carmen Maria Machado
Carmen Maria Machado author of "Her Body and Other Parties" to speak at Op. Sit. in Taos July 21 2:30 pm

SOMOS July-August
Jan Smith covers the multitude of Society of the Muse of the Southwest events in July-August and the SOMOS Writers Conference July 13-15.

Questa Story Workshop 28:06
"Gathering Memory: Object, Photos & Story" led by Dr. Estavan Rael-Galvez. Gaea McGahee tells about the workshop July 8 2-4 pm and the "Questa Stories" project

Taos Kids Library
Dawn Franco of Children's section of the Taos Public Library.


June 2018

Pastor Steve Wiard 28:57
Pastor Steve Wiard retires as minister of Pueblito Methodist Church and director of Shared Table.

June 26 KCEC Member Quorums 30:43
Kit Carson Electric Coop member Carol Miller speaking at the June 26, 2018 Coop Board meeting on term limits, memebership meeting quorums and bylaw amendments.

German School at the Ski Valley
Peter Pabisch, Thomas Meister, Falko Steinbach, and Jason Wilby talk about the German School at the Taos Ski Valley and the concert "War Songs Since Nine/Eleven" on June 24 2-3 pm at the Hotel St. Bernard.

CAV - Sexual Assault
Lorenne Gavish of Community Against Violence on sexual assault and domestic violence.

Natural Death
Ondrea Leavine and Tara Lupo speak on "Reclaiming a Natural Death: A Q & A about Death & Dying" at the Society of the Muse of the Southwest on June 17, 4 to 6 pm..

Robert Torrez: Constant Warfare
John Kessell - Vélez Cachupín 27:34
Historians Robert Torrez and John L. Kessell spoke at the de Anza Society conference on May 19, 2018 in Taos.

Spring Fire Update 4:31
A brief update on the 4,000 acre Spring Fire east of Ft Garland, CO in Forbes Park on June 28, 2018.

New Taos Library Director
Kate Alderete, New Library Services Director, Taos Public Library.

Immigrant Rights 19:03
José Gonzales on immigrant rights in Taos County.

TCA Update
Susan Ness brings an update on upcoming TCA events in June-July.

Strong at Heart 2017
The June 12, 2017 first presentation a year ago of Strong at Heart. Thus you can compare what was was promised with what they will present to the Town of Taos Council on Wednesday June 20 at 4 pm..

Natalia Díaz
Natalia Díaz from Spain tells about her project to connect musical traditions from rural Spain with those in New Mexico.

Bob Romero on de Anza 27:14
Taos historian Bob Romero spoke on "How Governor de Anza saved New Mexico", at the de Anza Society conference on May 19, 2018 in Taos.

Sabra Moore
Sabra Moore on her book "Openings: A Memoir from the Women’s Art Movement, New York City 1970-1992" at the Society of the Muse of the Southwest on June 15, 5:30 pm.

Report From the Border 60:19
Activists Siena Sanderson and José Gonzales report on their trips to the border where immigrant children have been separated from their parents. Talk and discussion was at the Democratic Party headquarters in Taos on June 26, 2018.

Media Literacy
Pamela Pereyra of Media Heads speaks about media literacy and a media panel at Collected Works in Santa Fe, 11 am June 24.

Native Roots Healing
Moraine Witriol and Margaret Garcia talk about Herbalism and Healing classes and their Youth Camp being offered this summer by Native Roots Healing
. They now can offer university credit through UNM Taos.

Girl Scouts
Elaine Taylor with members of the Taos Girl Scout troop.

Questa Farmers Market
Gaea McGahee, Wendy Medina & Alex Romero tell about the Sunday Farmers Market in Questa, and other cultural and economic development projects.

Michelle Adams
Novelist Michelle Adams on her book "Child of Duende" and an Evening of Storytelling and Flamenco" at the Society of the Muse of the Southwest June 23, 5:30 pm.

Robert Jensen 58:27
Robert Jensen is a professor in the School of Journalism at the University of Texas, whose most recent book is The End of Patriarchy: Radical Feminism for Men, published by Spinifex Press.

Grazing & Wolves Hr 1
Grazing & Wolves Hr 2 47:40
Matt Barnes spoke at the Harwood on May 24, 2018 on livestock grazing in harmony with land, wolves and grizzley bears after his residency in the Leopold Writing Program in conjunction with the Aldo Leopold Foundation.

SOMOS June-July
Jan Smith covers the multitude of Society of the Muse of the Southwest events in June and the SOMOS Writers Conference in July.

¡Que Vivan las Acequias! 38
Miguel Santistevan's show on acequias, this month featuring Paula Garcia and Beata Tsoise-Peña.
Sponsored by the New Mexico Acequia Association and AIRE

Cultura Cura 24:22
Beth Enson and Margaret Garcia of "Culture Cures" looking at sexism in the context race, class to create some understanding and compassion about each other's experiences.

Steve Tapia 25:27
Steve Tapia reads from his books on nature and wildlife, explaining the importance of the natural world.

New UNM President
New UNM President Garnett S. Stokes speaks at the Harwood May 29, 2018

June 13 2009 Kit Carson Electric Coop Annual Meeting Results Reposted in 2018 to understand the quorum issues today

CEO Luis Reyes talks to gadfly Jerome Lucero before the Kit Carson annual meeting, while Art Ortiz happily enjoys his complimentary coffee & donut.

On June 13, 2009 after a long discussion on whether there was a quorum, under the "Mason's" rules of parlimentary procedure, the Kit Carson Electric Membership voted to overrule the Parliamentarian (hired for the first time in most people's memory) and proceed with consideration of the bylaw changes. They voted down the bylaws change to reduce the Board number from 11 to 7, but passed the bylaws change to limit Board members to two 4 year terms.

About Mason's Rules or Manual vs Roberts Rules
These rules were compiled to work with Legislative bodies, not for those controled by the members, which mostly are guided by Robert's Rules. For example, Robert's Manual requires motions to be seconded, but Mason's does not. Thus in the meeting at the Kit Carson Coop, Al Park mixed the two - using Mason's Manual for the Quorum, but Robert's Rulesby asking for seconds to motions. Mason's was developed for State Legislatures, with a fixed number of members, where a quorum is usually a majority of the body, which can easily visually detirmined.

Ambrose Mascareñas Intro 10:04
CEO Luis Reyes Report
Quorum Debate

Detail: Bence motion for quorum 2:25 (showing there was no vote or call for objection by Al Park, and then Al Park ignoring objection that was raised by Cliff Bain)

Detail: Al Park later claiming he asked for objections (and that no objection was raised, when Cliff Bain had) 26 sec
11 to 7 Bylaw Change 34:14
Term Limit Bylaw Change
Unedited except for long pauses & level adjustment

May 2018

Janene Yazzie PRC 28:01
Janene Yazzie running for Public Regulation Commissioner District 4.

Taos Commission Candidates
On Monday May 21st 2018, the Taos News held a candidates forum for Taos County Commission candidates.

Tohono O'odam Nation
Ophelia Rivas tells of the Tohono O'odham Nation and the difficulties they face living both in Arizona and Mexico with harrasment by the US border patrol and drug cartels. The tribe remains culturally resiliant but struggles with lack of resources. To help visit O'odam Solidarity Project

Taos Pueblo Governor Gil Suazo 67:14
Governor Gilbert Suazo Sr.spoke about Taos Pueblo and the return of Blue Lake at the de Anza Society conference on May 19, 2018 in Taos.

Poor Peoples Campaign 27:00
Todd Wynward talks about the Poor People's Campaign nationally and locally, and his other activist projects.

TCA Films
Peter Halter lays out the May schedule of Films at the Taos Center for the Arts.

Native Roots Healing
Moraine Witriol. Henrietta Gomez and Frank Marcus Jr. talk about Herbalism and Healing classes being offered this summer by Native Roots Healing

¡Que Vivan las Acequias!
A new segment from Miguel Santistevan. Youth speaking out about their acequias. Sponsored by the New Mexico Acequia Association and AIRE.

Apodaca on Water
Jeff Apodaca speaking about water on Apr 24. He is running in the Democratic primary as candidate for NM governor.

Carson Forest Fire Restrictions
Report by the Carson National Forest on fire restrictions, wood permits and the Carson Forest Plan revision process.

Honoring Holly White 13:14
Carolyn Kelom talks about a gathering on Taos Plaza to honor Holly White, Sunday May 6 2-4 pm

Nikesha Breeze 27:35
Exhibit "Within the Skin, New Oil Paintings" at the Harwood thru May 27th. Reception May 4th 2-4 pm and talk May 5th 2-3 pm.

Cultura Cura 24:22
Beth Enson and Margaret Garcia of "Culture Cures" looking at sexism in the context race, class to create some understanding and compassion about each other's experiences.

Stage 2 Fire Restrictions
On Wednesday Carson National Forest implemented stage 2 fire restrictions. Josh Erickson, Carson NF Acting Deputy Fire Management Officer, gives all the details.

Reconciliation and
Reconciliation Hour 1 58:02
Reconciliation Hour 2 59:50
Reconciliation Hour 3 38:42
On Thursday May 17th 2018 at the Covento in Española, a community meeting was organized by Luis Peña and others. Entitled Reconciliation and Re-remembering, the evening of presentations and dialogue was aimed at reanalyzing the role of colonial pageantry in Northern New Mexico. Speakers included Marian Naranjo, Hilario Romero, Michael L. Trujillo, Moises Gonzales, Porter Swentzell, Miguel A. Tórrez, Ana Malinalli X Gutiérrez Sisneros, Beata Tsosie-Peña, Elena Ortiz, Jennifer Marley, Adan Baca, and Roger Montoya. The music is by Jeremias Martinez. Miguel Santistevan recorded the evening for KCEI.

Goddess Fest
Jenny Bird on her Goddess Fest. Sonya Heller plays music she will perform Sunday May 20, 7 pm at Unity.

SOMOS May-June
Jan Smith covers the multitude of Society of the Muse of the Southwest events in May and June.

Atomic Summer 28:41
Greg Mello of LASG and James Hart talking about the "Atomic Summer", a steal PR effort connected to LANL to romanticize the creation on the atomic bomb at Los Alamos.

William Wolfskill
Conchita Thornton Marusich on her great-great-grandfather, William Wolfskill, a trailblazer of the Santa Fe Trail and the Old Spanish Trail, speaking the 7th of April, 2018 for the Taos Historic Society.

400 Years of Fire
Dr. Ellis Margolis speaking Jan. 18th, 2018 at the Harwood Museum on a study of 400 years of fire in Taos watershed. Presented by the Nature Conservancy.

Magistrate Court Candidates 48:30
Taos Sheriff Candidates 51:34
On Thursday May 17th 2018, the Taos News and UNM Taos held a candidates forum for Taos County Magistrate
Court and Taos County Sheriff.

Jolene Nenibah Yazzie
Jolene Nenibah Yazzie speaks about her paintings at the Harwood Museum and issues facing women in Diné society.

Stephanie Garcia Richard 27:35
Stephanie Garcia Richard Democratic candidate for NM Land Commissioner.

Annie Mattingley
Carol Terry speaks to Annie Mattingley about communicating with those who have died.

CAV - Community Education
Lorenne Gavish of Community Against Violence on their community education programs.

Apodaca and Water
A discussion by Kay Mattthews and Robin Collier on Jeff Apodca's statement about "unlimited water" in New Mexico.

Bill Baron
Bill Baron talks about his art show at the Blumenschein through May 25 and cartoons in the Taos News.

Romantic Nukes
Greg Mello of the Los Alamos Study Group warns of a state wide effort this summer to romanticize the creation of the Atomic Bomb in New Mexico.

More than Guns
Joanne Foreman on guns laws and how it will take more then laws to end the violence.

Wolf Voter Registration
Joanne Foreman: Little Red Riding Hood registers the Wolf.

The Right to Vote
Joanne Foreman on the struggle for the right to vote.

TCA Update 14:56
Susan Ness brings an update on upcoming TCA events in May.

April 2018

Beaver Ecology 57:48
Ben Goldfarb spoke at the Harwood on October 4, 2017 on the beaver's ecological role after his residency in the Leopold Writing Program in conjunction with the Aldo Leopold Foundation.

Taos Voting
Anna Martinez, Taos County Clerk, explains all aspects of registering and voting in Taos County. Register on-line here.

Jeff Apodaca
Interview with Jeff Apodaca, running in the Democratic primary as candidate for NM governor.

Tyehimba Jess
Pulitzer prize winning poet Tyehimba Jess on his performance Apr. 20, 2018 at the Harwood 7 pm presented by the Society of the Muse of the Southwest.

Taos Onstage
Taos Onstage presents The Language Archive April 19, 20, 21, 22 and 26, 27, 28, 29 .

Sandra Matthews
Sandra Matthews speaks on Indian land title issues at SMU Taos in June 2017.

Environmental Film Fest
Jean Stevens on the Taos Enviromental Film Festival April 18-22, 2018.

Bright Blue Mailbox Suicide Note
John Biscello and actors Elijah Williams and Sierra Lindsey-Biscello talk about their play to be performed Apr. 6 & 7, 7 pm at SOMOS.

Gummies 2:58
Lisa Fox's commentary with Peter Pan music.

CAV - Child Abuse
Rachel Cox of Community Against Violence on Child Abuse Awareness Month.

Taos Water Update 4:42
Update on the Town of Taos Water emergancy as 4 pm Fri. Apr 27 from Karina Armijo..

Chris Hedges in New Mexico
Chris Hedges and other activists speaking in Albuquerque Apr 15th, 2018. Reclaiming and Restoring New Mexico from a Sacrifice Zone to the Land of Enchantment.Thanks to Alternative Radio for the recording.

Registering the Wolf 1:25
Joanne Foreman's Little Red Riding Hood's voting story.

Taos Students Against Gun Violence
Taos Students from Taos High, Vista Grande High and Taos Academy marched from their schools to Taos Plaza in snow and rain April 20th, 2018 speaking against gun violence.

Water is Community
3 poets; Miguel Santistevan, Sawnie Morris and Olivia Romo, from the “Water is Community,” a joint event by Paseo and SOMOS on April 6, 2018 at the Encore gallery of the TCA in Taos.

Magazine Project 28:00
Sarah Palmari at UNM Taos Art Department.

Regional Coalition of LANL Communities 26:36

The Apr. 6 meeting was canceled.
Kay Matthews of La Jicarita reports on the RCLC and the meeting Apr. 6th 9:-12:30 at the County Commission Chambers and other LANL issues including the EA on expanding Plutonium Pit production. For more info visit NukeWatch.

Mobile Museum of American Artifacts 15:47
Laurelin Kruse of MMoAA talks about her Paseo April residency in Taos

Pit Production Update 28:59
Greg Mello of the Los Alamos Study Group talks about the proposed Nuclear bomb pit production at Los Alamos National Labs and the many issues involved.

UNM Digital Arts Film Day
Peter Walker, Director of the UNM Digital Arts program at UNM Taos on their Film Day Apr. 28 2-7:30 pm.

Invent Event
Twirl's Invent Event at Enos Garcia School Satureday 12-4 pm April 28, 2018.

Nonviolence Works
Steve Moser of Nonviolence Works.

Allen Ferguson
Allen Ferguson talks on issues of international law and "Crimes Against Peace" for his workshop Apr 18 &25 at the Society of the Muse of the Southwest.

UNM Taos Digital Arts
Melanie Baca interviews Peter Walker, Director of the UNM Digital Arts program at UNM Taos.

Jenny Bird's New CD
Jenny Bird on her CD "Deeper Than Light" release concert Sunday, April 22.

Youth Arts & Theatre 28:54
The Princess and the Pea and Taos High Arts Club exhibit.

Sean Murphy
Author Sean Murphy on his National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellow award, his concern for the survival of the NEA and NEH, and his Write to the Finish on line workshop.

Youth Heartline
Dora McQuaid of talks about issues of domestic abuse and sexual violence and Youth Heartline's Survive and Thrive April 6th event,TCA 6 pm..

March 2018

Robert Silver 27:54
Robert Silver on his book "
Keepin' On, Living well with Parkinson's Disease." He will speak at Op. Cit Apr. 7th 2 pm.

SOMOS Poetry Month
CuratorAriana Kramer and Jan Smith cover the multitude of Society of the Muse of the Southwest Poetry events in April.

Diving for Starfish
Cherie Burns, author of "Diving for Starfish: The Jeweler, The Actress, The Heiress, and One of the World's Most Alluring Pieces of Jewelry" speaking at the Harwood Wed. Mar. 21st 7 pm

Democrats in NM
Billy Knight reports on the Democratic State Convention and state races

Republicans in NM
Taos Chair Ken Scarbrough reports on Republican races in New Mexico & Trump in Washington

Teens Take the Lead
Organized by Common Ground
s, Taos teens speak against gun violence Wed. Mar. 14 on the Taos Plaza.

TVAA Annual Meeting part 1
Patricia Quintana introduces Dr. Sylvia Rodriguez, Gail Minton and NMAA Director Paula Garcia who speak at the Taos Valley Acequia Association annual meeting Mar. 3, 2018.
TVAA Annual Meeting part 2 38:08
More presentations from TVVA with the new attorneys on the Abeyta settlement and mitigation issues, the Taos Regional water plan and revitalization of the Rio Fernando, and 2 questions.

United Church of Christ 28:31
Pamela Shepherd on UCC Taos Easter services and the founding of Bridges Project for Education

Family Navigator
Christian "Ruby" Estrada, a Family Navigator for Las Cumbres talks about helping families with child abuse and other problems families face. They will have an event at the Youth & Family Center Fri. Mar. 23 1-4 pm

John Nichols Part 1
John Nichols Part 2 22:09
John Nichols talking about the making of the Milagro Bean Field War movie showing at the TCA Mar. 16 to 20

Erin Currier at her Show
Erin Currier speaks with her paintings in the exhibit of her show at the Harwood Museum which continues through May 13, 2018.

Erin Currier Harwood Show
Erin Currier talks about her paintings, her travels, and her show at the Harwood Museum through May 13, 2018. She speaks at the Harwood Sat. Mar. 10th 3 pm..

Pueblo de Abiquíu Library 27:22
Isabel Trujillo on the Pueblo de Abiquíu Library and Cultural Center.

TCA Programs for March
Susan Ness lays out the March programs at the Taos Center for the Arts.

Father William McNichols 60:57
William Hart McNichols speaks about icons and his book "Image to Insight" at Op. Cit. in Taos Feb. 24th, 2018

UMN Taos Art Dept
Upcoming student exhibit at David Anthony Fine Art, Mar. 24 4-7 pm and other UNM Taos Art programs

Teen Suicide
Marsha Carlson, LCSW, MSW of Non-Violence Works on teen suicide, warning signs and treatment

Taos Food Coop
Susan Moore on the anniversary celebration Sat. Mar 17 at the Taos Food Coop

John Olivas & Sun Path
High School student John Olivas talks
about taking the Sun Path nursing training.

Susan Boyle talk
Comerciantes, Arrieros Y Modistas: New Mexicans, Trails & Commerce in the 19th Century by Dr. Susan Calafate Boyle on March 3, 2018 for the Taos Historical Society.

TCA Films
Peter Halter lays out the March schedule of Films at the Taos Center for the Arts.

Seven at the Harwood
Director Jane Ayles and actor Susan Ness explore the play "Seven" with 7 women reading at the Harwood Museum, Mar. 9th 7 pm.

February 2018

If You Give a Kid a Casa 42:28
Students at Taos Integrated School of the Arts talk about the book they illustrated with Las Cumbres on housing and homelessness.

Taos Center for the Arts
Upcoming programs at the TCA.

CAV One Billion Rising
LRachel Cox and Julia Daye talk about the celebration "One Billion Women Rising" Feb. 14th 4 pm on the Taos Plaza.

Taos United Forum P1 29:13
Taos United Forum P2 29:01
Taos United Forum P3 31:27
Taos United Forum P4 29:31
Taos United Forum P5 8:46
Taos United Forum of Mayoral and Taos Town Councilor candidates held Feb. 6, 2018
at Baatan Hall

NonViolence Works
Mary McPhail Gray speaks about Nonviolence Works programs and a student art show at the TCA Encore gallery.

Inside Out
Kathy Sutherland speaks about Inside Out's programs and her special use permit hearing on Wednesday Feb. 7th 6 pm at the Taos Planning Commission. Siena Sanderson joins her to speak on all the issues facing those at the bottom of our inequitable economic system

Letting God Love You 28:042
Eileen Wiard tells about her "Women's Retreat Day" March 10 Contact

Nonviolence Works
Karen House, Clincal Director of Nonviolence Works, on their programs and her background.

Off the Map
Actors and director talk about the play "Off the Map" to be performed Feb 15-18 & 22-25 at the Kachina Lodge/Hope Dining Room by Taos On Stage

Oil/Gas Protection Part 1 59:23
Oil/Gas Protection Part 2 9:29
An interview with grass roots organizers in Mora and San Miguel Counties who worked to protect water and public welfare from oil and gas drilling, contrasting a land use regulation method, with a total ban. These segments are copyright 2018 by Cultural Energy and can't be reproduced, in whole or in part, without written permission.

HB 163 Alternative Taxation
Lesli Allison and Peggy Nelson speak on HB 163 that will provide 25% taxation rate for lands put into a State approved conservation plan. The bill will be heard in the Local Government Committee at 1:30 Feb. 6 in the NM Round House.

SOMOS 26:23
Director Jan Smith updates us with upcoming programs at the Society of the Muse of the Southwest.

Cultura Cura
Beth Enson and Margaret Garcia of "Culture Cures" looking at race, class and gender to create some understanding and compassion about each other's experiences.

Sun Path UNM Taos
Rasa Lila updates us on the Sun Path program at UNM Taos.

A very important article in La Jicarita by Paula Garcia about what really happened in Mora County in regard to limiting oil and gas drilling.

Seed Protection Preemption
Miguel Santistevan speaks on HB 161 that would preempt local governments from protecting seeds. It will be heard Thur. Feb. 8 at 8:30 in Room 309 of the NM Round House

Taos Council Forum Hr 1
Taos Council Forum Hr 2 57:11
Mayor and Council forum for the Town of Taos. Sponsored by UNM Taos, the Taos News and the Taos Chamber of Commerce

Taos Pueblo Tourism 17:58
Llona Spruce updates on us on Taos Pueblo tourism, upcoming exhibits and closures.

January 2018

Marijuana & Water Rights 16:55
Craig Cotton and Kevin Boyle of the Colorado Divison of Water Resources speak on water rights issues for growing Marijuana. Presented at the Colorado Congresso de Acequias in San Luis, Colorado on Jan 20, 2018.

Arnie Valdez on Growing Hemp 15:42
Arnie Valdez speaks on growing Industrial Hemp in San Luis, CO [in collaboration with Fibershed] for fiber and adobe building. Presented at the Colorado Congresso de Acequias in San Luis, Colorado on Jan 20, 2018.

Arnie Valdez
Arnie Valdez speaks on " Acequia's Traditions in a Modern Context" at the Colorado Congresso de Acequias in San Luis, Colorado on Jan 20, 2018.
Acequia Terms - Arnie Valdez
Diagram of Acequia Terms by Arnie Valdez click on image for larger view

José Gonzalez
José Gonzales up dates us what is facing immigrants and those with DACA protection.

Ben Ray Luján
Cuestiones de inmigración P1
Cuestiones de inmigración P2 23:22
José Gonzales y otro activistas se reúnen con el Congreso Ben Ray Luján el 9 de diciembre de 2017 para hablar sobre temas de inmigración.
José Gonzales and other ativists meet with Congressman Ben Ray Luján on December 9, 2017 to discuss issues of immigration. Mostly in Spanish.

Work by Women 29:34
Harwood Museum Exhibit Feb 10 to May 13, Janet Webb & Judith Kendall

Youth Heartline 26:55
Youth Heartline program overview.

Carson Forest Plan Revision
Rachel Conn of Amigos Bravos speaks on comments they are encouraging the public to make on the revision of the Carson National Forest Plan revision.

Taos High Art Exhibit
The Taos High School Art exhibit at the Taos town hall through March 16, 2018.

LANL Resolution Forum
Marilyn Hoff and Jeanne Green tell about their forum on LANL issues to be held at SOMOS Jan. 27 3-5 pm sponsored by the Green Party of Taos.

Steve Pearce 59:37
Congressman Steve Pearce, candidate for NM Governor, spoke and answered questions at the Northern New Mexico Stockman's Association on Sat. Jan. 13 at the AG Center in Taos.

Stone and Dunn 11:46
Gary Stone and Blair Dunn on new water rights upheld within Forest Service grazing allotments. The cows mouth is the point of diverson.

James Duran 5:03
James Duran, Carson Forest Supervisor, on the forest plan revision process.

Dr. Jacobo Baca 55:38
Jacobo Baca Ph.D., from the University of New Mexico Land Grant Studies Program, speaking on the history of land grants in the North.

Dr. Cristóbal Valencia 39:57
Dr. Valencia, anthropologist, on the USFS Forest plan revision process and its economic and cultural impact.

They all spoke at the Northern New Mexico Stockman's Association on Sat. Jan. 13 at the AG Center in Taos.

Youth Poetry 16:26
Youth Poetry at the Harwood, a SOMOS event, Thursday Feb 1, 6 pm

Taos Children's Theatre 18:47
The Princess and the Pea, Karen Thibodeau, Taos Childeren's Theatre.

Allegra Huston
Allegra Huston talks about her new book Say My Name. She will read at Op. Cit. in Taos from 4-5:30 on Saturday Jan. 27, 2018. Read her essay on how to write a sex scene.

Sawnie Morris 30:39
Sawnie Morris is named Poet Laurate of Taos by SOMOS. She read poetry and talks about her plans.

Steve Pearce
Congressman Steve Pearce, candidate for NM Governor

La Madera Water Issues 28:01
Kay Matthews, of La Jicarita News, reports on the Acequia and Aquifer Water Watchers, keeping an eye on subdivisions and water rights in the area of La Madera.

TCA Events
Susan Ness on Taos Center for the Arts events

SOMOS Events 16:26
Jan Smith on upcoming SOMOS events

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Multiple Sclerosise Support
Multiple Sclerosis Support Group started by Lorrie Bortner, meeting Jan. 16 4-5 pm at TCED and every 3rd Tuesday of the month.

Stories 2017

December 2017

Robert Fisk on the Armenian Genocide 30:08
Speaking at the Armenian Mirror-Spectator 85th Anniversary Symposium at Wellesley Nov 2, 2017

David Barsamian on the Armenian Genocide 28:33
Speaking at the Armenian Mirror-Spectator 85th Anniversary Symposium at Wellesley Nov 2, 2017

Gift of the Magi
Lisa Fox reads the 1905 Christmas story "Gift of the Magi" by O. Henry.

Youth Science
Betty Daniel Córdova, Indigo Acosta, and Cameron Gonzáles talk about their invention; fire-resistant, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal fabric coating called NanoForm, and being on the Tonight show.

Taos Youth Ballet
Director Amber Vasquez tells about Taos Youth Ballet programs that aren't only for youth.

Plutonium Pit Production
Greg Mello of the Los Alamos Study Group talks about the new study that shows LANL is the most expensive location for Nuclear bomb pit production and the many issues involved.

Matachines at Taos Pueblo 3:03
Background of the Matachines dance being held this Christmas at Taos Pueblo

Youth Access to Alcohol
Rocky Mountain Youth Corp members discuss what they found on accessibility of alcoholto youth at 3 large stores in Taos. A project of Rocky Mountain Youth Corp and Taos Alive.

Abeyta Well Meeting
Kay Matthews reports on a meeting that didn't proceed becasue it would be recorded by KCEI. We have learned the meeting stealthily resumed in the afternoon.

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Equine Spirit Sanctuary
Ruth Bourgeois tells about the Sanctuary programs.

Robert Miribal
Robert Miribal on his upcoming Holiday concert at the TCA Friday Dec. 15th at 7:07 pm, and his connections to his children, corn and farming

UNM Environmental Program
Students report on a career in environmental work though a program offered at UNM Taos.

Kit Carson ends Dialup 1:43
An op-ed by Joanne Forman on Kit Carson Telecom's ending of email and dail-up phone access to the Internet.

Human Trafficking
Irene Loy of Dream Tree and Rachel Cox of CAV discuss aspects of human trafficking in New Mexico.

TCA Climate Change 23:50
Students from Moreno High and Mesa Vista High talk about their projects for the TCA's "Collaborative Chaos"

UNM Speech Class 27:48
Kathy Spes tells about her speech classes at UNM Taos.

Interfaith Hanukkah
Betty Myerson on the Interfaith Hanukkah at St. James Church De.c 13.

Dismantling the Nuclear Beast
Eileen Shaughnessy introduces Beata Tsosie-Peña, Kathy Sanchez and Dr. Myrriah Gomez speaking at the Nuclear Issues Study Group Conference on Dec. 2, 2017 at UNM in Albuquerque
November 2017

Angie Fernandez 8:40
Ideas for holiday shopping.

Taos Folk
Taos Folk gifts at the TCA

TCA Movies & Events
TCA Movies, exhibits and events.

Taos Community Chorus
Mark Jackson soloist with the Taos Community Chorus. Performances Nov. 18 & 19 3 pm at St. James Episcopal Church.

Ed Reed
Jazz singer Ed Reed on his life teaching about addiction and his performance Friday Nov 17 7:30 at the Harwood.

Paul Stamets Part 1
Paul Stamets Part 2
Paul Stamets, the leading expert on how mushrooms can save the world, spoke at the Food and Seed Sovereignty Conference at Tesque Pueblo on September 27, 2008 Paul Stamets Website

Major General Kenneth Navé of the NM National Guard speaks on the Bataan Death March for the Taos Historical Society on Nov 4, 2017

Angel Fire Memorial
Veteran's Day at the Angel Fire Vietnam Veteran's Memorial.

Bridges for Education 28:36
Bridges project to counsel youth with college and other educational opportunities.

Taos Ski Valley Meeting
Edited Taos Ski Valley meeting of Nov. 10 on remediation of petroleum contaminated soil placed near Two and Three Peaks and the Greater World community. On Nov 13th, the TSV agreed to move the soil to a far away NMED approved location.

Class on Sexual Consent
Patricia Gonzales of UNM Taos Student Services on a new class "The Grey Area: Mandatory Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training".

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

A Taste of Christmas 29:25
Arsenio Cordova tells about his 36 years performing New Mexico Christmas traditional music and stories and the event at the TCA Nov. 30 6 pm.

Shared Table 29:49
Pastor Steve Wiard on on the Shared Table and helping feed Taos

Robert Westbrook 29:38
Robert Westbrook on his life as a writer. Reading at Op. Cit. Sat. Nov. 18 2 pm.

Not Forgotten Outreach 29:06
Director of Not Forgotten Outreach Don Peters speaks about their programs and the purchase of the Mitchell property across from Cids.

Xmas Tree permits 5:08
Forest Service permits to cut Xmas Trees.

Threshold Choir 28:01
Threshold Choir


Dems in New Mexico
Billy Knight talks about the Democratic party in New Mexico.

UNM Taos Medical
Medical training at UNM Taos.

Trillion + $ Nuclear Budget
Greg Mello of the Los Alamos Study Group speaks about the proposed trillion + dollar budget to "upgrade" the nuclear weapons arsenal of the US.

Women's Speak
Sofia Daisy Greenberg interviewed by Nancy Ryan on Hill Lily Magazine and farm life near Grass Valley, CA.

Community Against Violence
Rachel and Kevin of CAV on their Changes program for men.

Odin Rathnam Concert 27:27
Odin Rathnam on his Violin Concert at the Harwood Sat. Nov 4 5:30 pm

Healing Plants and Food
Morgaine Witriol and Margaret Garcia speak on classes for learning about healing plants and food. Visit Native Roots, GrowFarmers or Taos Real Food.

October 2017

Taos Center for the Arts 14:39
Whats coming up at the TCA.

Jan Smith on the November Prose month and other upcoming events at SOMOS.

RedWillow Dinner Start
Roxanne Swentzell talk 23:05
RedWillow Dinner Mid 3:07
Joe Garcia Music
RedWillow Dinner End 2:21
Indigenous Food Experince Dinner to benefit Red Willow Farm with talk by Roxanne Swentzell of Santa Clara, Music by Joe Garcia.

The Blue Bus
Mel & Tracy discuss the shortcomings of the NCRTD public Blue Bus system in Northern New Mexico.

Community Against Violence
Rachel Cox of CAV on domestic violence awareness month.

David Barsamian
David Barsamian Q & A 19:34
"Resistance in the Age of Trump" speaking at the Harwood Taos October 10, 2017 Alternative Radio

Code Pink in Barcelona
Joise Lenwell of Code Pink recounts her experiences of 3 weeks in Catalonia before the vote for independence.

Ashleigh Grycner
Ashleigh Grycner of Taos Alive talks with Robin Collier, Miguel Santistevan and Micah Roseberry on shifting the Taos economy to agriculture, in particular growing food for school lunch programs.

UNM Art Department 27:55
The UNM Taos Art Department, Sarah Stollar, Gary Cook and Heather Bergason, on their gallery show at David Anthony Fine Art Gallery opening Nov. 4th and the whole art program at UNM.

Indigeneous Chefs
Chefs Brian Yazzie and Karlos Baca talk about cooking with pre-colonial foods for the Indigenous Food Experience for Red Willow Farm at the Farm House Cafe Oct 21.

Dollar Stores
Report on Dollar stores proposed near the Millicent Rodgers Road and Hwy 64 and north ofthe Giant Store in Ranchos de Taos. This is a petition in opposition.

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Taos Chamber Music Group 29:50
Nancy Laupheimer of the Taos Chamber Music Group on their Nov. 11th & 12th concert at the Harwood and the 25 year history of the group.

Miranda Canyon Clean-up 20:30
Paul Schilke of the Carson National Forest and Lorenzo Gutierrez of Taos County talk about the volunteer clean-uop planned for Miranda Canyon Oct 21 9 am at the Llano Communitity Center.

Indigenous Food Experience 29:34
Addelina Lucero, director of Red Willow Center tells about the events at Taos Day School Oct 19th and 20th and the Farm House Cafe Oct. 21st 575-779-7020.

Story Telling Festival 28:18
Navé and Cisco telling about the SOMOS Storytelling Festival

Holloween in Taos 14:00
Judy Esquibel on Town of Taos plans for Holloween activities downdown 3-6 pm Oct. 31.

Twirl Holloween 15:14
Anaïs Rumfelt on Twirl Holloween plans and her own 108 Crows exhibit at the Harwood.

Larry Torres
Larry Torres tells stories of Northern New Mexico at the Taos Public Library Oct 14, 2017.

Sixties Oral Histories
Judy Golberg and Iris Keltz talk about oral histories that have been collected of the sixties and the upcoming workshops in Taos to gather more.

DH Lawrence Reading 13:10
Readings honoring DH Lawrence at the Mabel Dodge Friday Oct. 6th.

Georgia O'Keefe 14:10
Deborah Begel brings us memories of the artist Georgia O'Keefe, including by M. Scott Momaday.

Blood Lines
Radha Marcum, author of "Blood Lines" on her grandfathers involvement in the Manhattan Project at LANL, reads at SOMOS Oct 6.

LANL Oral Histories
"Los Alamos Revisted" by Peter Malmgren and Kay Matthews. Historias Conference at Northern New Mexico College "Querencia Interrupted: Hispano and Native American Experiences of the Manhattan Project" Oct 12-14

September 2017

Questa Cambalache 21:33
Cynthia Rael-Vigil talks with Robin Collier about Questa history and the Cambalache Trade Fair on October 1st in Questa.

Plutonium Pits at LANL
UN Nuclear Weapons Ban 15:35
Greg Mello of the Los Alamos Study Group speaks about the near criticality incident in August at LANL and the whole issue of plutonimun pit production, and about the new world wide nuclear weapons ban treaty at the United Nations.

Socialism vs. Capitalism
Pascual Maestas on Socialism vs Capitalism and the Taos economy, talk at Cultural Energy Oct. 23 3 pm, sponsored by the Green Party.

Fall Arts
Paul Figueroa on all the activities of the Taos Fall Arts Festival.

Gathering for Mother Earth
Beata Tsosie Peña and Kathy Sanchez talk about Tewa Women United's Gathering for Mother Earth Waters September 20-23.

Bicycle Tour 28:55
Charles Kading on the Tour de Taos in Taos.

Leopold Writing Program intro
Ariana & Andrea intro 25:01
Transformed by Fire music 20:16
Musical/Poetic Collaboration with Andrea Clearfield and Ariana Kramer
recorded at the Harwood Museum Aug. 30 and Sep. 6, 2017. The collaboration is part of the Leopold Writing Program residency in conjunction with the Aldo Leopold Foundation and the Carson National Forest.

Gina Breedlove 28:52
Gina Breedlove talks about music and healing with sound.

David Morrell
David Morrell talks on his new book "Murder as a Fine Art"and his book "First Blood" which the film "Rambo" was based on.

Wool Festival
Everything about the Taos Wool Festival Oct. 7 & 8.

DACA and Dreamers
Jose Gonzales on DACA and what can be done to protect Dreamers

Jan Smith on SOMOS events and programs at 108 Civic Plaza Drive, Taos.

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Environmental Film Festival 29:06
Jean Stevens on the Taos Environmental Film Festival Sep. 27 - Oct. 1

BioBlitz & Mi Casita 30:20
Staff from the Carson National Forest and the Taos Bureau of Land Management talk about the Bioblitz on Sep. 21 at the Red River Fish Hatchery and the work at Aldo Leopold's "Mi Casita" in Tres Piedras on Sep. 30.

Bob Romero on Taos History 30:29
Historian Bob Romero speaking on 3 important figures in Taos History at the Taos Library 1 pm September 9

Dyslexia 29:53
Elizabeth Gilmore speaks on Dyslexia.

Sylvia Rodriguez Part 1 59:25
Sylvia Rodriguez Part 2 28:12
Dr. Sylvia Rodriquez talks about Taos Plaza, its history and place in Taos culture and commerce on Aug. 5 for the Taos Historical Society.

San Geronimo Day
Llona Spruce of Taos Pueblo Tourism. updates the community on San Geronimo day atTaos Pueblo September 30th.

Saxe and Shields
Hank Saxe and Brian Shields on their art show with Dora Dillerstone at the Philip Bareiss Gallery.

State of the World Part 1
State of the World Part 2 11:18
David Barsamian speaks on September 11, 2017 at the Laughing Goat in Boulder for his 15th annual "State of the World" talk

Luis Peña talks about the identity issues raised by the protests of the re-enactment of the Entrada.

Earth USA Part 1
Earth USA Part 2 12:29
Quentin Wilson on the earth building conference by EarthUSA held in Santa Fe Sep. 29, & 30, and Oct. 1.

Questa Events
Events in Questa including Neo Rio and the Questa Farmers Market

Taos Center for the Arts
Caroline on all the programs of the Taos Center for the Arts.

Work Film Part 1 59:26
Work Film Part 2 21:39
David Barsamian moderates a TTP panel on Working Class Movies with John Sayles, Haskel Wexler and Christy Jacobson on April 14, 2002.

August 2017

The Long Walk 29:42
Ravis Henry speaks at SMU Taos August 29, 7 pm on when 12,000 Diné were forced to walk, in the middle of winter, to Bosque Redondo in 1864.

Becky's New Car 29:21
Taos on Stage's new play September 7-10 and 14-17 at the Kachina Lodge, Hopi Dining Room.

Community Against Violence
Rachel Cox talks about CAV serving the LGBT community.

Glam Trash Fashion Show 14:50
Jean Nichols on the Glam Trash Fashion Show and the ReUse center in Chamisal.

Questa Art Tour 15:08
Peggy Trig on the Questa Studio Tour.

Taos Youth Music School 16:00
Morten Nielsen on the Taos Youth Music School and registration August 15.

Music From Angel Fire 28:20
Director Mary Kay Robinson on Music From Angel Fire.

Out of Nowhere
Members of the band "Out of Nowhere" talk to Mike Tilley and play 2 songs.

Misfits ...
Clint Murphy on "Misfits, Malcontents and Mystics" at the TCA to benefit Heart of Taos.

Ballet Taos 26:09
C. J. Bernal & Megan Yackovich speak on Ballet Taos, classes, auditions, and their August 25th at 7pm, 26th at noon 12:00, and 27th at 7pm, at the Taos Center for the Arts performance of Mechanical Nature: Movement VII.

Leopold Writing Program 29:41
Richard Rubin on the Aldo Leopold Writing Program and the event at the Harwood August 30, 7 pm

Chair of the Taos Republicans
Ken Scabrough on Trump and local races.

Joanne Forman
Joanne Forman honored as a Living Treasure.

Kathy Cordova 28:44
Kathy Cordova honored as a Living Treasure.

Jasmine Cecelic
Jasmine Cecelic on WildhoodFarm and her talk on "Bees and Butterflies"  at Taos Library on August 12 1 pm..

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Millicent Rodgers Museum 29:26
D.r Caroline Jean Fernald Director of the Millicent Rodgers Museum, on their shows and programs.

New UNM CEO 29:55
The new CEO of UNM Taos, Dr. Patrick Valdez talks about his vision for the college.

Taos Search & Rescue 30:14
Taos Search & Rescue programs and volunteering.

Taos Gay Pride 29:34
Enrico Trujillo on Taos Gay & LGBT Pride celebration events.

Rio Grande Heritage Area 29:35
David Frenandez on the dedication of the Northern Rio Grande Heritage Area Center at the former Oñate Center August 5 all day.

Regeneration Festival 29:26
The Regeneration Festival in Taos September 1 - 4.

Lyla Johnston on Regeneration 8:04
Diné activist Lyla June Johnston on the Regeneration Festival posted on FaceBook Aug. 27.

Lyla June Johnson
Diné activist speaks on Charlottesville and the Eclipse. Posted on FaceBook Aug. 21

Michelle Luján Grisham 25:37
Democratic Candidate for NM Governor speaking in Taos August 15.

50th Anniversary of the Lama Foundation 29:14
Bird Sharples and Meagan White tell the history and current programs of the Lama Foundation.

Dream Tree 31:44
Irene Loy on the Dream Tree's programs.

Lara Manzanares
Three songs by Lara Manzanares recorded in Alcalde August 5 at the the dedication of the Northern Rio Grande Heritage Area Center .

Less Stress
"Less Stress: The Simplest Secret for a Happy Life " Ellen Wood speaks at SMU in Taos.

EPA Up in Flames
"Burning Down the House: EPA in Falmes" Karl Brooks speaks at SMU in Taos.

Immigration Rights
José Gonzales on a presentation on immigration rights by Somos un Pueblo Unido on Monday Aug 7 5:30-7:30 pm at Enos Garcia School.

July 2017

Affordable Housing 27:20
Taos Town Councilor Darien Fernandez speaks about affordable housing issues.

Writers Anxiety Workshop
Dr. Katherine Toy Miller speaks about her writers workshop at SOMOS August 12 using the examples of the anxieties of Mary Shelly author of Frankenstein.

FaraHNHeight Gallery
Melanie Baca interviews Gregory Farah about his offering of the gallery for community events.

Ballet Taos 26:09
C. J. Bernal & Megan Yackovich speak on Ballet Taos, classes, auditions, and their August 25th at 7pm, 26th at noon 12:00, and 27th at 7pm, at the Taos Center for the Arts performance of Mechanical Nature: Movement VII.

Taos Food Coop 16:12
Susan Moore talks about the Taos Food Coop and their Thursday 2-6 pm Farmers Market.

Sage Institute 29:28
Sean Murphy speaks on Sage Institute programs on Zen and Creativity.

Top of The World
Kay Matthews of La Jicarita on the Top of the World water rights transfer in the Aamont Water settlement.

SOMOS Writers Series
Jan Smith on the SOMOS Summer Writers Series.

Town of Taos Events 15:56
Judy Esquibel on Town of Taos Summer activities.

Community Against Violence 29:33
Rachel Cox of CAV on myths about domestic violence.

Breastfeeding Week 16:05
Beth Enson on the activities of Breastfeeding week.

Aamodt Final Decree
Kay Matthews of La Jicarita on the Aaomdt final decree and the NM State Engineer's rejection of Taos County's protest of the Top of the World water transfer.

Harwood Art Class 4:49
Jayne Schell of the Harwood Museum on a portrait class for teens.

More on the Taos Fiesta
The past Queen and the members of Fiesta Council are interviewed by Melanie Baca on the Taos Fiesta.

Ashleigh Grycner 31:10
Ashleigh Grycner of Taos Alive talks with Robin Collier on shifting the Taos economy away from conventional tourism and alcohol.

Taos Pueblo Powwow 30:23
Richard Archuleta tells about the Taos Pueblo Powwow.

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Sylvia Rodriguez on the Taos Fiesta 29:29
Dr. Sylvia Rodriquez speaks about the history of the Taos Fiesta.

The Taos Fiesta 27:00
The past and current Queens of the Taos Fiesta talk about the Fiesta.

Day of the Dead SMU 28:23
"Breaking Bread with the Dead: Dia de los Muertos in Mesoamerica" Kathy Windrow speaks at SMU in Taos.

Lego Club 12:50
Monica Salazar tells about the Taos Lego Club to help create social skills for autistic youth and have fun with Legos.

Cultura Cura 27:30
Margaret Garcia and Beth Enson's 3rd show looking at cultural appropriation, trauma and connection to the land to create some understanding and compassion about each other's experiences.

Taos United: Health Security 29:48
Mary Feldblum, Executive Director of New Mexicans for Health Security spoke on July 22 on proposed New Mexico Health Security Act.

Taos Center for the Arts 26:09
Events at the Taos Center for the Arts.

Yoga for Youth
Suki, Julia and Leia of Moonrise Collective offer yoga with music for youth and all ages in Kit Carson Park Aug 6 6:30 - 7:30 pm.

Cristina Puppets
Cristina Masoliver's Puppet Theatre Los Titiriteros in the Questa and Taos Farmers Markets.

Questa Farmers Market 20:32
Questa Farmers Market Sundays at Noon.

Integrative Medicine 32:30
Integrative Medicine de Taos Community Health and Wellness Fair .

Kathy Goss Part 1 28:41
Kathy Goss Part 2 28:40
WomenSpeak Revisted: Kathy Goss on her new book with Nancy Ryan.

June 2017

Youth & Family Center 16:32
Brian Greer of the Taos Youth and Family Center.

Harwood Portait Class 3:41
Jayne Schell on Harwood Art Education.

Harwood Summer Programs 2:50
Jayne Schell on Harwood Art Education.

Non-Violent Training
Gaia Mika speaks on her non-violent direct action training at SOMOS June 24 2-6 pm. Sponsored by the Green Party.

Nuestras Voces
Maria Dolores and Rosa Lucero Padilla talk about their bilingual writing group and their reading at the Taos Library June 24, 2-4 pm.

Taos Dreamers
José Gonzales and Anee Hernandez tells about a new Taos chapter of Dreamers and the Mexican Consulate Day At Enos Garcia June 17th.

Teatro Acequiero
Olivia Romo on the Teatro Acequiero to be held in Kit Carson Park Saturday June 17 1 pm.

Adrienne Braswell
Adriennne Braswell on her new album "Great Big Yellow Sunflower."

Taos Opera Institute
Performances by the Taos Opera Institute through out the community.

Fiesta Queen
Lucita Trujillo brings the 4 women running for Taos Fiesta Queen to talk about the Fiesta.

Mexican Consulate Day 7:12
The José Gonzales tells about the Mexican Consulate Day At Enos Garcia June 17th.

Peter Vigil 31:57
Peter Vigil of Taos Soil and Water speaks at the Taos Library.

Habitat for Humanity
Cynthia Arvidson of Taos Habitat for Humanity speaks about their house building programs, volunteers, their new offices on Salazar and the home tour on July 8th.

Oo-Oo-Nah Art Center
Marie Reyna tells about the Oo-Oo-Nah Art Center at Taos Pueblo and summer activites.

Sean Murphy
Sean Murphy speaks about Zen, meditation and creativity for his talk at SMU Taos.

Anne McNaughton 42:30
Nancy Ryan interviews poet Anne McNaughton for WomenSpeak.

The Court House Raid Part 1
The Court House Raid Part 2 12:37
Malcom Ebright and Rick Hendricks speak at Op. Cit. on June 3, 2017 on the 50th anniversary of the Tierra Amarilla Court Raid of June 5, 1967.

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Taos Pueblo 35:39
Llona Spruce and Maureen Miribal of Taos Pueblo Tourism. updates the community on activities at Taos Pueblo.

Taos Living Treasures 30:34
Call for nominations by July 11 for Taos Living Treasures by Lucita Trujillo of the Talpa Community Center.

Chaco Canyon at SMU 28:29
Paul Reed speaks on "The Complexity and Diversity of Chaco Canyon " at SMU in Taos.

Non-Violence Works 24:37
Rioma Raliff on the programs of Non-Violence Works.

Taos School of Music 27:59
Taos School of Music performances.

Wholly Rags
Melissa Larson of Wholly Rags on their programs and classes.

Ryan McCarty 14:101
Ryan McCarty talks about his high school sports experiences.

Cora & Elizabeth
Cora Cannedy and Elizabeth Reyes talk about their exceptional high school sports experiences.

Harwood Museum
Amy Rankin tells about upcoming events and exhibits at the Harwood Museum of Art.

Op Cit Reading
Eileen Wiard and Susan Mehalic tell about their essays on becoming orphans to be read at Op Cit 2 pm Saturday June 17.

Oo-Oo-Nah Art Center
Marie Reyna talks about the Oo-Oo-Nah Art Center at Taos Pueblo and its activities with youth.

KCEC Annual Meeting
Selections from Kit Carson Electric Coop annual membership meeting June 10, 2017.

Pastor J. D. Smith 4:16
Homophobic and intolerant "Pastor's Blessing" made by Pastor J. D. Smith of the Grace Community Church of Arroyo Hondo at the beginning of the Kit Carson Electric Coop member's meeting on June 10, 2017. It even attacked the first amendment right to protest in public.

May 2017

Juvenile Detention Treatment 19:17
Lt. Andrew Montoya and Siena Sanderson tells about plans to start a Juvenile Detention treatment program to be presented to the County Commission June 6.

Business Classes for Youth
Free Guadalupe Credit Union summer classes for youth to learn business skills.

Harwood Summer Art Programs 14:57
All kinds of art classes for youth at the Harwood Museum

High Frequency Loft
Alana Lee & Colton Silva tell about their High Frequency Loft and all the classes and opportunities there.

The Great Mandate 19:34
Bob Dunsmore talks about his "Great Mandate" petition on

Town of Taos Events 11:32
Judy Esquibel talks about Taos events including Wednesday Movies in Kit Carson Park.

Miguel Santistevan Talk
Miguel Santistevan of Sol Feliz farm, speaks on April 30th at Unity Of Taos on "All the Problems of the World are Solved in the Garden.

Child Abuse Services 29:08
Rachel Cox of Community Against Violence on CAV services related to child abuse.

Laguna Munta
Melanie Baca interviews Chris Messsick about Laguna Munta and his concert at FaraHNHeight Fine Art on Friday May 19th 6-8 pm

Cultura Cura 28:23
Margaret Garcia and Beth Enson with
Culture Cures - looking at race, class and gender to create some understanding and compassion about each other's experiences.

Trail Association 30:02
The Enchanted Circle Trail Association volunteer work day June 3 2017 9-2 pm

Unexpected Bride 28:19
Iris Keltz talks about on her new book "Unexpected Bride in the Promised Land, Journeys in Palestine and Israel" reading at Op. Cit. May 27 3 pm.

Fly the Nest
Marianne Fahrney and Jack Lorang tell about The Fly the Nest show at Manzanita Market 5-7 May 27th.

The Twirl team talks about the non-profit organization and Summer camps.

Indigenous Healing 22:28
Workshops on Indigenous Healing

C J Bernal 16:24
SC J Bernal on dance & multi media event "Mechanical Nature: Movement VII" at the TCA June 26, 27.

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Taos Living Treasures 30:34
Call for nominations by July 11 for Taos Living Treasures by Lucita Trujillo of the Talpa Community Center.

Jimmy Stadler 29:58
Jimmy Stadler playing Taos Plaza Live May 25.

Non-Violence Works
Rioma Raliff and Lisa Stearn on the programs of Non-Violence Works with youth.

Petcha Kucha
Siena Sanderson and Matt Thomas on youth Pecha Kucha.

Godess Fest 29:20
Jenny Bird talks about the Godess Fest of women muscians at Unity of Taos.

Unexpected Bride Reading 58:00
Iris Keltz reads from her new book "Unexpected Bride in the Promised Land, Journeys in Palestine and Israel" at Op. Cit. May 27, 2017

Mexican Consulate Day 7:12
The José Gonzales tells about the Mexican Consulate Day At Enos Garcia June 17th.

Taos Poetry Festival
James Navé tells about the Taos Poetry Festival June 11-17 at SOMOS & TCA.

Nuclear Weapon Ban
Greg Mello of Los Alamos Study Group on the proposed ban on Nuclear Weapons.

Ted Egri Celebrations
Elise Waters Olonia of Fine Art Services speaks about the dedication of "Flight of Wind." and all the events happening to celebrate the life of artist Ted Egri.

Sculptor Ted Egri - Interview with Ted Egri by Maye Torres, Jan 2005

4 Story Hotel Emails
Bill Whaley of Taos Friction tells how emails reveal that Taos of Taos officials facilitated plans for the proposed Holiday Inn Express 4 story hotel, even before the property was purchased. Whaley's story with the actual emails Town Waltzes with Jay Batra

Giovanna Paponetti
Giovanna Paponetti on her 25 years of art in Taos exhibit at the Ranchos Trading Post, May 5 to July 9th.

Public Meetings and Political Forums
Earth Beat™
Rivers & Birds
de la Tierra™
Taos Land Trust

Sustain Taos:
Bioneers' Shows

John Paternoster's
Rules of the Justice Game™

Flowers Espinosa
Red Air™

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April 2017

Taos Music School 30:41
The Taos Music School and the Re-Rite concert at the Harwood

Catholic Charities & Immigration
José Gonzales speaks about the Friday April 21 Immigration talk by Catholic Charites on services for immigrants 5:30 pm at Enos Garcia School

Veneetta Mokkil
"A Happy Place" stories of Delhi by Veneeta Mokkil reading at Op-Cit book store April 15 2 pm..

George Chacón
George Chacón's last performance of haiku and music on April 1, 2017 at SOMOS's celebration of poetry month, before his tragic death at age 63. A service for George Chacón will be held Friday April 7th at 10 am at the Guadalupe Church in Taos, with a memorial/reception right after at the Juan I. Gonzales Agricutural Building.

Carol Miller on the Military 24:12
Carol Miller of Peaceful Skies speaks about military flights in public lands.

Luna Fest Film Festival
April 22nd film festival to benefit Heart of Taos

Red River Valley Charter School
Interview with Karen Phillips on what is different about the Red River Valley Charter School and the budget challenges they face with cuts from the State of new Mexico.

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Taos Speech & Debate Club 30:12
Members of Taos High Speech and Debate team do a debate of Trump's policies and tell about the club.

Red Willow Center Seed Exchange
Seed exchange and talks about agriculture

NM Gov. Martinez in Taos 27:28
Gov. Martinez spoke at the NM State Police headquarters April 18, 2017

Renewable Energy Festival
April 21 & 22nd festival at Northern New Mexico College, interview with Quentin Wilson.

Steve Wiard Sunrise Service 23:25
El Pueblito Sunrise survice at the Gorge Bridge 7 am Sunday April 16

Agnes Chavez
"Lakota Cosmology Meets Particle Physics: Converging Worldviews" Interview with Dr. Steve Goldfarb, Steve Tamayo, Agnes Chavez and Shane Wood.

John Nichols
John Nichols speaks before his booksigning at Brodskys Book Store April 1st, 2017 for his new photo book "My Heart Belongs to Nature"



March 2017

The Bassmint 16:57
Crystilane Concha speak with Leia Leyas of Taos Alive about the Bassmint and DJing classes.

Breaking the Silence
Educating youth about mental health Brenda Steele with Leia Leyas of Taos Alive.

SOMOS Poetry Month 20:26
Curator Veronica Golos on 11 days of poetry and music at SOMOS in April

Sexual Assault Awareness 31:25
Rachel Cox of CAV on Sexual Assault Awareness.

Will Tuttle on Veganism P1
Will Tuttle on Veganism P2 41:36
Will Tuttle PhD speaks at Unity on Vegan principals November 23, 2015.

2 Books by Kay Matthews
"Culture Clash" and "A Picture from Life's Other Side."

Seniors Issues at Anciaños
Medicare and other issues.

Melanie Baca - Youth Speaks
March 1. Melanie Baca with youth from Taos talking about issues concerning them..

Marabai Starr
SOMOS Taos Writers Conference loss writing workshop Friday March 10.

Melanie Baca - Youth Speaks 32:16
March 24. Melanie Baca with youth from Taos talking about issues concerning them..

1984 the Movie
Free screening of George Orwell's 1984 at the TCA April 4th 7 pm.

Taos Shortz
Taos Shortz Film Fesival March 30 to April 2 at the TCA.

John Nichols and Nature 30:53
John speaks on his new book "My Heart Belongs to Nature" and book signing at Brodskys April 1 4-6 pm.

Immigration at Enos 16:25
Presentation on immigration issues at Enos Garcia by José Gonzales.

TVAA Mar. 4 meeting 59:15
Hour selection from the March 4 Taos Valley Acequia Association meeting on the Arroyo Seco Aybeta project.

TVAA Mar. 4 meeting 31:01
Shorter 31 minute selection from the same March 4th TVAA.

Abeyta Settlement Mitigation Issues
A 65 minute report by Robin Collier on mitigation issues in the Abeyta water settlement, with interviews with Kay Matthews and Miguel Santistevan. There will be a meeting of the Taos Valley Acequia Association on March 4th 11 am at the Juan I. Gonzales Agricultural Center.

Vandana Shiva 26:56
Interview by David Barsamian of Alternative Radio

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Margaret Garcia- Taos Real Food 29:07
Margaret Garcia talks about how she started Taos Real Food, her catering and Farmer's Market local food business.

Jeff Northrup's Signs 32:39
Mike interviews Jeff Northrupp about his protest sign and the Town of Taos effort to take them off the streets.

Chris Pieper of Acequia Madre30:44
Chris Pieper of the Acequia Madre de Arroyo Seco y Rio Lucero talks about their vote to not get funding for ASR wells as part of the Abeyta Settlement.

Taos Food Coop 5th Anniversary 29:10
Susan Moore with developments and celebration of 5 years of the Coop.

February 2017
Taos County Commission Sanctuary hearing Feb 8 2017
Taos County Commission public comment on making Taos County a sanctuary. Feb. 7 2017 Robin Collier Photo

Lyla Johnston Feb 23 3:11
Statement noon Feb. 23 by Lyla June Johnston on victory at Standing Rock.

Lyla Johnston Feb 21
Statement late night Feb. 21 by Lyla June Johnston on her way to Standing Rock with updated information.

Media Literacy Memorial
NM House Memorial 49 "Media Literacy Best Practices" Pamela Pereyra explains the importance of media literacy in our schools and pending NM legislation HB 303 "Life Skills as Graduation Requirement".

UNM Taos Library
How the community can use the UNM Library and other resources.

Immigration Meeting Feb 24 13:24
José Gonzalez on attorney counseling and immigration issues at Feb 24 meeting 5:30 Enos Garcia School

Taos United 59:00
First meeeting of the new political action group Taos United meeting Feb. 11, 2017.

SOMOS Writers Conference 30:17
Jan Smith give all the details on the Taos Writers Conference March 10-12.

Making Taos County a Sanctuary
Judge Peggy Nelson, José Gonzalez, Siena Sanderson on the public comment Tuesday Feb 7th

Greg Mello - LASG
Greg Mello founder of the Los Alamos Study Group interviewed by Robin Collier on nuclear issues in a Trump administration.

Kay Matthews - Women's March 26:21
Kay Matthews, editor La Jicarita, recounts her experience at the Women's March in Washington

Erin Sanborn Democratic Precinct meetings 27:23
Mike Tilley interviews the chair of the Taos Democratic Party.

Big Brothers Big Sisters 16:07
Karen Koyote on becoming a mentor for a youth.

Millicent Rodgers Museum 30:35
Museum director Caroline Fernald on her talk on Pueblo trade with Mesomerica, in particular with scarlet macaws.

SOMOS Youth Writer Mentorship
Johanna deBiase, Mentor
Short Radio essays
Just Dogs, Jay Strauss
Express Yourself, Arwen Scarlata 1:03
I Sense, Marielle Gomez 1:12
Stray, Hana O'Brien-Ishikawa 0:53
Something Yet to Find, Isabella O'Donnell 0:54
Friends, Sara Peralta 0:19
The Only World, Zoe LaMure 0:45

Artist exhibit at Town Hall 12:42
Interview with photographer Meridith Garcia

Bob Dunsmore - Sustainable Living 29:27
Robin Collier interviews Bob Dunsmore of Heart Mind Alliance.

Taos Alive - John Hutchinson 14:54
Leia Layas, in a Taos Alive Highlight interviews John Hutchinson of Holy Cross Hospital on Opioid dangers and benefits.

See Something Say Something 12:46
Luckie and Justice Daniels in a Taos Alive Highlight by Leia Leyas

Prayer for Standing Rock 28:00
Prayer gathering on Taos Plaza Wednesday February 8, 2017 documentary by Robin Collier. Songs by Anthony Lujan and Marie Tucker with Emileah Lujan

Trump Water Song 3:41 Live recording in wind at the prayer. Composed by E. J. Newholy from Wanblee, South Dakota.

CAV Immigration protection 28:43
Interview with Rachel Cox on immigration rights protection and other issues.

Melanie Baca - Judi Cantu 29:08
Melanie Baca interviews town of Taos councilwoman Judi Cantu.

Night of 1000 Star Auditions 9:01
Interview with Cindy Valerio on auditions March 3, 4 & 5.

4 Story Hotel Permit 29:06
Rose desGeorges, Danielle Vigil, David Maes interviewed about the 4 story hotel permit to be heard March 1st, 6 pm at the Taos Planning Commission.

Melanie Baca - Youth Speaks Feb 15 28:09
Melanie Baca with Kahli Garnier talking about issues concerning youth.

Melanie Baca - Fritz Hahn 28:48
Melanie Baca interviews town of Taos councilman Fritz Hahn.

Melanie Baca - Youth Speaks Feb 8 28:34
Melanie Baca with Aleena Concha and Kahli Garnier talking about issues concerning youth.

Melanie Baca - Darien Fernandez 28:35
Melanie Baca interviews Town of Taos councilor Darien Fernandez.

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Taos Republican Chair 32:32
Mike Tilley interviews Ken Scarborough of the Taos Republican Party

Amigos Bravos- Valle Vidal 29:35 Proposal for the Carson National Forest plan with Rachel Conn and Jim O'Donnell of Amigos Bravos.

Julia Daye on 1 Billion Rising 30:10
Mike Tilley interviews Julia Daye on the Taos 1 Billion Rising event February 14.

Carol Miller - Circle of Love 30:29
Tuesday February 14 for children program funding at the Roundhouse
. Carol also works with the Peaceful Skies Coalition.

January 2017

Lyla on Trump & DAPL 10:33
Diné activist statement Jan 24

Lyla on Bullies 20:16
Diné activist statement Jan 26

Greens Protest Jan 21 29:48
Interview on Trump & more

Joanne Forman remembers 25:32
An essay and inteview with Mike Tilley about growing up in Missisippi in the 1940s

Greens Protest Jan 21 29:48
Interview on Trump & more

We go High Jan 20 8:22
Interview with Ted Wiard

David Barsamian on Turkey
Interview on KGNU Boulder

Immigration 10:41
Las Cumbres immigration workshop Jan. 19 Enos Garcia School. José Gonzales

La Cultura Cura 24:42
Margaret Garcia and Beth Enson
Culture Cures - looking at race, class and gender to create some understanding and compassion about each other's experiences.

SOMOS Youth Poets 12:50
Harwood Jan.24

Artist exhibit at Town Hall 14:27
Interview with photographer Mark Goebel

CAV transitional Housing 16:25
Interview with Rachel Cox

Melanie Baca - Youth Center?
Our first youth intern, now a college graduate and mother of 4, speaks out 13 years later with Mike Tilley

Women's March Washington
Kay Matthews, editor of La Jicarita, talks about her trip to Washington and how to really change electoral politics in Northern New Mexico.

La Casa Linda 20:45
Peter Malmgren on the film on Chimayo activist Linda Pedro Sun. Jan. 29 2-4 pm at Moving Arts Española

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Aldo Leopold Residency 29:47
Interview with Richard Ruben

Amigos Bravos Part 1 31:40
1st part of an interview with Rachel Conn and Joseph Supan
of Amigos Bravos.

Amigos Bravos Part 2 31:25
2nd partof an interview with Rachel Conn and Joseph Supan
of Amigos Bravos.

Heart Womens Shelter 30:26

Miguel Santistevan 36:35
Agricultural classes, seeds and sustainability:

SOMOS Winter Writers 30:38
Jan Smith on the readings and other SOMOS programs

Metta Theatre 30:23
Odenbear Theatre "How the Other Half Lives" Directed by Jane Ayles.

Stories 2016
December 2016

Standing Rock

Lyla Johnston Dec 4 12:38
Celabrating a victory, while preparing for more activism & prayer.

Lorreta Lynch 6:01
Attorney General sends Community Relations Services to Standing Rock for mediation

Carol Miller 21:19
Report from Standing Rock .

Taos Pueblo 39:26
Honoring Tony Reyna, Standing Rock, & Christmas Season Ceremonials. Llona Spruce and Maureen Miribal of Taos Pueblo Tourism.

Poet Nancy Ryan 50:37
Reading by her friends at SOMOS 20 November 2016

Immigrant Meeting 7:59
Las Cumbres meeting with Siena Sanderson and Jose Gonzales

Alcohol in Taos County
Leia Layas and Ashleigh Grycner of Taos Alive

Bye Bye Birdie 20:56
Cindy Valerio on the Musical

Taos Music School
Morten Nielson

Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Kit Carson Electric Coop 1:00:21
Link Summers, Rose de Georges and Peggy Nelson on the rate increase

Community Against Violence 29:31
Rachel Cox

Community Against Violence 10:56
Rachel Cox on Gaslighting

Human Rights Day 30:09
Letter writing at SOMOS Dec 10 108 Civic Center Dr.

November 2016

Standing Rock

Lyla Johnston Nov 28 13:33
Contact Community Relations Services Department of Justice for mediation

Lyla Johnston Nov. 24 19:07
What do our ancestors teach us? On Thanksgiving and Standing Rock

Lyla Johnston Nov 20 9:20
What you can do, Dec 15 march.

Lyla Johnston Nov 17 9:20
Charges dropped, on working locally

Pat McCabe Standing Rock
Spiritual foundation of the protest

Lyla Johnston on the Election & Report on Standing Rock 21:13
Understanding the election and Nov. 15 protest at Army Corp of Engineer offices. Nov 10

Lyla Johnston on the Election 5:35
Loving & prayer Nov 9

Dream Tree 12:24
Irene Loy on Homeless youth

Taos Alive Opiates
Leia Layas & Miles Bonny
of Taos Alive

Beverly Valencia - Taos Pueblo
Youth Outreach and Community Service

Taos Food Coop 30:42
Susan Moore on the history of the Taos Food Coop and current activites.

Top Of World Water Transfer
Kay Matthews of La Jicarita News explains the history of the water transfer to Santa Fe County and how water transfers affect the public welfare

David Barsamian of Alternative Radio 30:32
On his talks in Taos & Crestone

Suicide & the Gorge Bridge 30:42
Ted Wiard of Golden Willow

Taos Library Report 6:34
Joanne Forman on books on war in our library


Taos Currents - Mike Tilley

Erin Sanborn Democratic Chair Part 1
Meeting Dec 3 Kit Carson Coop

Erin Sanborn Democratic Chair Part 2 21:32

Greens Party on the Election

Steve Wiard - the Shared Table 28:01
And his ministry & politcal activism

Ken Scarbrough on the Election 30:33
Chair of the Taos Republican Party on Trump's win

Taos Currents -Taos Pueblo
Visiting Taos Pueblo and understanding the Village. Taos Pueblo Tourism Director Ilona Spruce

Taos Currents Ted Dimond 30:20
On Grief and the Election

Taos Currents Bill Whaley 30:52
On the Election and local issues by the editor of Taos Friction

October 2016


Ron Gardiner 23:05
Kay Matthews remembers the water advocate

Fracking Jemez 29:58
Jeanne Green & Marilyn Hoff on DEIS for thermo drilling leases

Interview with Beata Tsosie-Peña Gathering for Mother Earth 35:47

Lyla Johnston Prayer Standing Rock 3:10

Lyla Johnston Standing Rock 28:25

Ski Valley Waste Pt 1 58:12
Hearing Oct 26

Ski Valley Waste Pt 2 38:54
Hearing Oct 26

Cultural Interviews

Jenny Bird 29:53

Dracula High School Play 13:38

Election Interviews

Taos Democrats 32:38
Taos Currents Interview

State Democrat Rally 29:08
Last rally in Taos before election

Ballot County Clerk 11:28

Republican Chair 30:47
Ken Scarborough chair of Taos Republicans

Michael Romero 28:39
Republican candiate for Congress

Green Party 32:04

4 story Hotels

Oppose: Hotel Zone 22:21
On the 4 story Hotel Overlay Zone

Support: Hotel - Town Planner 14:38
On the 4 story Hotel Overlay Zone

Maes-Vigil: Hotel & Planning 32:12
Interview with David Maes and Daniel Vigil on the 4 story Hotel Overlay Zone and planning in Taos.

Social Service Interviews

Community Against Violence 29:51

Las Cumbres Community Services 29:02
Siena and Charles on services Las Cumbres offers in Taos County

Taos Community Foundation 31:28

September 2016

Chamisal Acequia Meeting

There will be a meeting of the Chamisal Acequia Sunday 1 pm Sep. 25 at the Anciaños Center on the proposed plan to put more than 1 mile in a 38" plastic pipe. Robin Collier interviews Max Garcia on his opposition to the plan.

Max Garcia Interview 18:24

Chamisal Acequia Meeting

Robin Collier interviews Samuel Lopez, commissioner on the Chamisal y Ojitos Acequia, with another point of view on the pipeline project.

Samuel Lopez 36:10

Victor Jara
Chilean Folksinger Victor Jara by Joanne Forman.

Victor Jara 8:06

Taos Environmental Film Festival

Robin Collier interviews Jean Stevens about the Film Festival events beginning Sep. 28.

Jean Stevens 7:14

Taos Current KCEI
Mike Tilley interviews Robin Collier about KCEI & Cultural Energy for Taos Currents

Taos Currents -KCEI 30:05

Jenny Vincent, the legendary folk singer of Taos, died Sunday May 8th, 2016 at age 103
Below are photos and recordings we have done with this beautiful and brave woman.

Jenny Vincent's 100th Birthday

Our Taos living treasure celebrated with song and friends in San Cristobal & Taos. Here are some songs with some touching thoughts by Jenny.

Thanks from Jenny 3:25
Sing Along 2:43
De Colores
NM Dance tune

Jenny in San Cristobal Apr 26, 2013 with son Larry and grand daughter
Full hour of songs from the San Cristobal Birthday Celebration 1:04:59


Two part interview by Robin Collier with Jenny Vincent New Year's Eve 2006. She tells of how she came to Taos, her school, the McCarthy period, how she collected & taught Spanish music, her music publishing, with some songs.

Jenny Vincent part 1 28 min
Jenny Vincent part 2 28 min

Live performance of the Jenny Vincent Trio September 2007 at the Martinez Hacienda with Rick Klein & Audrey Davis.

Martinez Hacienda 2007 56 min

All photos & recording by Robin Collier. Copyright Cultural Energy 2006-2013

Stories Mar-Apr 2014

Theresa Silva
We were sad to hear of Theresa's passing on April 17. A Memorial is on Sat., Apr. 26, 2014 at 10 AM at the Taos Foursquare Church, 223 Camino De La Merced, with burial at the Arroyo Hondo cemetery.

"Cuentos de mi Valle"
Below are a few of the beautiful stories she told for Cultural Energy.

Where my stories come from
Listen to "Rosalia"
Cuentos de Mi Valle Jan 08
Cuentos de mi Valle Oct 07
Cuentos de mi Valle Aug 07
Cuentos de mi Valle Apr 05
Cuentos de Mi Valle Mar 05
Cuentos de mi Valle Nov 06
Cuentos de mi Valle Oct 06

Joanne Campbell, elder ofCoast Miwok tribe speaks at the memorial for Mary E. T. Collier in Muir Beach along with Beverly Ortiz & Betty Goerke. The full memorials in Talpa & Muir Beach will be posted soon

Stories Jan-Feb 2014
Loss of Agricultural Tax Exemptions
Forum with the Taos County Assessor, Darlene Vigil, and Chief Appraiser Nick Sanchez, moderated by David Fernandez. Held at the Kit Carson Coop Meeting Room, Feb 3, 2014.
Agricultural Taxes Part 1 1:07:02
Agricultural Taxes Part 2 1:17:44

Recorded & normalized by Robin Collier

Marcella Cordova, from Chamisal and Candido Valerio from Los Cordovas speak about the current challeges to ranching and farming, and the impact of the potential loss of agricultural tax exemption. Darlene Vigil, Nick Sanchez and David Fernandez listen. Robin Collier photos
Stories Nov-Dec 2013
A musical version of the poem by Lewis Carroll, fromThrough the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, in honor of his birthday on January 27. Composed by Joanne Forman, sung by bass-baritone Christopher Wyndham, with pianist Martha Grossman.A production of User Friendly Music. Jabberwocky 3:23

For more Lewis Carroll visit the Lewis Carroll Society of North America

March in Support of Elias Montoya from Taos Plaza
2 mile march of about 100 people in freezing weather on Dec. 8 to NM State Police. Elias Montoya's employment was terminated by the NM State Police on Dec 6.

Eugene Sanchez Statement 3:02
Opening of March 2:13
Close of March 2.02

Photos & recording by Robin Collier

March to NM State Police
Dec. 1 to denounce excessive use of force in Oct. 28 traffic stop of Oriana Ferrell and her 5 children on Hwy 518 in Pot Creek area.

Presentation to NM State Police Chief Pete Kassetas by Patrick Trujillo & Rivera Sun 7:31

Counter-protester's Discussion on Shooting 2:58

Photos & recording by Robin Collier

Rick Romancito films marchers

Supporters of the State Police action

Patrick Trujillo gives letter to Pete Kasseta

Rivera Sun reads her statement
Theresa Pasqual
Pueblo Land, Cultural Resources and the US Government: A Century of Change
Director of Acoma Pueblo's Historic Preservation Office. Speaking at SMU in Taos
July 30 2013
Intro by Mark Adler 2:27
Theresa Pasqual 1:01:52
Q & A 24:33
Recorded by Robin Collier
Edited by Spence Stall
Erin McGaffigan
Inclusion in Public Decisions
How to make sure everyone is involved and what can go wrong, as it does in most public meetings.
National Participant Network
June 21, 2013.
Intro 5:27
Erin McGaffigan 1:11:14
Q & A 7:55
Recorded by Robin Collier
Edited by Spence Stall
Maureen McCoy
Sentimental Deportation
John Nichols
How my Mother Came Out West
From a memoir in progress about John's parents
SOMOS Summer Writer's Series Aug 14, 2013.
McCoy intro by Nichols 10:32
Maureen McCoy 29:52
Nichols intro by McCoy 5:51
John Nichols 39:00
Q & A 3:58
Recorded by Robin Collier
Edited by Spence Stall
Stories Aug-Oct 2013
David Barsamian in Taos
What We Say Goes:
Media & U.S. Foreign Policy
Wednesday October 23.
Harwood Museum of Art 7 pm

Benefit for Cultural Energy
in collaboration with the UNM Harwood Museum of Art
Co-sponsored by Code Pink Taos, Peace Action New Mexico & Veterans for Peace Taos
Download Barsamian Flyer
$10 donation $8 Harwood Alliance members, no one turned away for lack of funds. Advance tickets at the Harwood

David interviews historian Eduardo Galeano. Robin Collier photo

Barsamian will explore the history of U. S. imperialism and predatory capitalism and the “Obama Doctrine” in relation to traditional U.S. rules of engagement, and mass media's role in drumming up support for violent means to uncertain ends. Barsamian sets the historical context of U. S. complicity in the death squads of the mid 1960’s in Indonesia revealed in “The Act of Killing,” the chilling documentary film to be screened at the Harwood, Oct. 24/25. Does this complicity continues to this day?

David Barsamian in Española Capitalism & the Environment

Saturday October 25. 3:30-4:30 with Clayton Thomas-Muller David will speak at the Four Bridges Conference at Northern College with keynote by Vandana Shiva.

Embudo Land Grant

Talk by Estevan Arrellano on the Embudo Land Grant and Acequias. with discussion from the community. Dixon April 21, 2013.
Estevan Arellano Part 1 1:03:22
Estevan Arellano Part 2 39:42
On the Commons & Heirship 2:57

Acequias and the Future of Resilience in Global Perspective
March 2 - 3, 2013 NMSU - CNH Symposium & Workshop Conference, Las Cruces, NM
Welcome & Introductions

Sam Fernald 2:48
Water Resources Research Institute
Vimal Chaitanya 8:12
Vice President for Research, New Mexico State University
Sylvia Rodríguez 5:28
University of New Mexico

All pdf slides are copyrighted by the presentors, their organizations, or their sources.
For best understanding of the presentation open the slides in another window, advancing while you listen.

Recorded by Robin Collier
Edited & Normalized by Spence Stall. Thanks to Miguel Santistevan, AIRIE, NMSU, NMAA, Guido Lambelet and Mike Scarborough for financial support in recording the conference.

CNH Panels:
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Acequias

Alcalde Acequia - NMSU Sustainable Agriculture Science Center

Session 1: Multi-Theme Data Acquisition
Moderater Andres Cibils 2:01
Mexico State University

Acequia Hydrology Foundations of Community Resilience to Changing Climate and Land Use
Sam Fernald 16:41
Water Resources Research Institute
Fernald Slides pdf © 2013

Ecosystem Services, Faunal Biodiversity and Vegetation Dynamics in Response to ForecastedLand-Use and Climate Change within the Upper Rio Grande
Ken Boykin 12:06
New Mexico State University
Boykin Slides pdf © 2013

The Acequia Model: Local Knowledge and Sociocultural Adaptation in the Northern Rio Grande Watershed Commons
José Rivera 21:25
University of New Mexico
Rivera Slides pdf © 2013

Data Panel Q & A 11:22

Acequia Cleaning, Guerrero, Mexico
Source: Jacinta Palerm

Session 2: Data Integration and Modeling the Interplay of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Environmental Factors in an Acequia Community
Moderated by Sylvia Rodríguez

Monitoring and Modeling Hydrologic Connectivity in Semi-Arid Watersheds
Carlos Ochoa 16:01
New Mexico State University
Ocha Slides pdf © 2013

Acequia Perspectives on Climate-Change and Population Growth and the Perspectives of Preparedness and Adaptation
Brian Hurd 16:46
New Mexico State University
Hurd Slides pdf © 2013

Modeling the Hydrologic/ Ecologic/ Economic/ Social Dynamics of Small Scale Community Irrigation Systems (Acequias)
Vince Tidwell 16:15
Sandia National Laboratories
Tidwell Slides pdf © 2013

Modeling Panel Q & A 29:44

Session 3: Spain, United States, Chile
Moderated by Devon G. Peña, University of Washington in Seattle

Deven Peña Panel Intro 3:15

Encounters with the Moral Economy of Water: Convergent Evolution and Diffusion in Valencia
Paul Trawick
Idaho State University
Trawick Slides © 2013

Safeguarding Valencian Acequias: History and Values of a Millennial Water Sharing Culture
Luis Pablo Martínez
Directorate General of Cultural Heritage, Valencia, Spain
Martínez Slides © 2013

Society and Hydrology in a Chilean Andean Watershed: How Poor Knowledge of the Hydrological System Produces Social Conflicts
José Luis Arumí
Universidad de Concepción, Chillán, Chile
Arumí Slides © 2013

The Effects of Social and Economic Disturbances on the Taos Acequias of Northern New Mexico
Michael Cox
Dartmouth College
Cox Slides © 2013

Q & A 33:08
Closing Remarks 5:26
Sam Fernald, Sylvia Rodríguez

Session 4: Bali, Mexico, Morocco
Moderated by Steve Guldan, New Mexico State University

Regime Shifts in the Morning of the World
Steve Lansing
University of Arizona, Santa Fe Institute
No Slides

Visible and Invisible Self-Managed Irrigation Organizations
Jacinta Palerm
Colegio de Postgraduados, Mexico-Texcoco
Palerm Slides © 2013

Irrigation Management in Pre-Saharan Morocco: Some Perspectives from the Assag(q)yas of the Ziz Oasis
Hsain Ilahiane
University of Kentucky
Ilahiane Slides © 2013

Modern assaguiya, Morocco
Source: Hasain Ilahiane

Is the Crafting of Self-Governing Irrigation Institutions in the XXth Century Following Elinor Ostrom’s Principles Still Relevant in the Beginning of the XXI Century?
Thierry Ruf
Supagro-Institut des régions chaudes, Montpellier, France
Ruf Slides © 2013

Roundtable Discussion/Q & A 16:46

New Mexico Acequia Workshop

Co-chaired by José Rivera and Quita Ortiz, in which scholars and activists are invited to formulate and propose an agenda of research and policy based on new insight.

aqueduct near Valencia, Spain
Source: Luis Pablo Martínez
Photo: Petercero

Stories March 2013

Town Manager, Oscar Rodriguez
Taos County Commission
Annexation & Command Center
Mar 11 2012 meeting
Audio minimally edited, due to error first portion of Arsenio Cordova's comment is missing
Public Comment 18:04
Staff-Commission 1:13:52
Exec Session-Lease 50:38
Recorded/edited by Robin Collier
Town of Taos Council meeting on 911 Lease & Airport annexation
The town voted Mar 12, 2012 to sign a lease for the 911 facility from Kit Carson Electric Coop and to annex the airport & Hwy 64. Both El Prado S.&W. & Taos County promise legal challenges to the annexation.
Public Comment General 16:46
911 Kit Carson Lease 19:46
Matt Foster airport 11:02
Public on annexation 1:02:49
County Presentation 31:07
Council discussion/vote 1:14:17
Recorded/edited by Robin Collier
Stories February 2013
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Compadrazco: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo & Beyond
Celebration of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Española, Feb. 23, 2013
Taos High Schools Poets
Vista Grande, Taos Academy, Chrysalis, Taos High School
Somos Winter Writers Series
Feb 21 2013 Intro by Jan Smith
Intro 2:50
Poets 1:20:36
Thanks 3:43
Recorded by Robin Collier
Edited by Spence Stall
Pilar Trujillo 11:07
Adam Baca 1:17
Estevan Arellano 25:00
Panel Thanks 0:49
Mike Scarborough 34:06
Mike Q & A - Ending 7:00
Recorded & Normalized by Robin Collier
Some presentations are handicapped by use of Power Point which is slowly destroying our oral traditions & skills
Economic Development
Workshop Feb 19 2012 for the Town of Taos "Re-Vision 20/20" plan. Pauses without content for SWOP public input edited out
Economic Development 1:42:41
Recorded & normalized by Robin Collier

Joint work study by Town of Taos, Taos County & Kit Carson Electric Coop
Command Center &
Airport Annexation
Tuesday Feb 12 2012
Command Center Part 1 58:54
Command Center Part 2 1:09:38
Airport Funding/Annexation 1:02:47
Acoustics in Commission Chambers are very bad. Recorded by Robin Collier
Edited by Spence Stall

Crimes Against Peace
Allen Ferguson, JD, MFA
Harvey Solomon Lecture Series
Feb 9, Intro by George Jaramillo
Intro 2:10
Crimes Against Peace 57:26
Q & A 31:45
Recorded by Robin Collier
Edited by Spence Stall

Airport Annexation
Taos Planning Commission hearing on annexation of Airport & Rt 64
Feb 5 2012
Hearing was continued to Mar 6
Full Hearing 1:13:19
Recorded & normalized by Robin Collier

Allegra Houston
Lara Santoro
SOMOS Winter Writers Series
Jan 31 2013 Intro by Jan Smith
Intro 8:31
Allegra & Lara 51:54
Q & A 2:25
Recorded by Robin Collier
Edited by Spence Stall

What Activists Can Do
Robert Naiman - Santa Fe
of Just Foreign Policy & President of Hosted by Amnesty International Feb 5 2013
Intro 1:31
Robert Naiman 47:04
Q & A 27:53
Recorded & edited by Robin Collier

Stories January 2013
Dr. Sylvia Rodriguez

In Santa Fe for Amigos Bravos
Jan 15 2013
Introduced by Sawnie Morris
Amigos Bravos Intros 7:15
Sylvia Rodriquez 46:29
The NMAA trailer is here
NMAA Mayordomo Project
Q & A 18:12
Recorded by Robin Collier
Edited by Spence Stall

Dr. Rodriguez spoke about her work with NMSU on an interdisciplinary study of acequias and her work with the New Mexico Acequia Assocation on training new Mayordomos.

The talk gives a taste of the major international conference "Acequias and the Future of Resilience in Global Perspective" March 2-3 in Las Cruces

The Chile Assoc. lobbyist, Charlie Marquez, jokes that he is sick from eating some organic food. Expert witness Louie Hena from Tesuque Pueblo with sponsor Senator Peter Wirth.
SB 18 GMO Labeling
Hearing in the NM Senate Public Affairs Committee Jan 29, 2012
on SB 18 sponsored by Senator Peter Wirth to require labeling of foods with Genetically Modified organism (GMO) content. Bill text
Full hearing 1:17:35
Recorded by Robin Collier & edited by Spence Stall
The bill passed with no reccomendation and was to go to the Judiciary, but on the Senate floor Jan 30 was instead sent to Corporation & Transportation and the Public Affairs report was not adopted, effectively killing the bill.

In progress - being edited this week "Remarkable Women of Words Festival" from Apr 14, 2012

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