• Land of Enchantment


    Land of Enchantment

    New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment, is a distinctive state in the Southwest. Initially a Spanish colony after conquistadors arrived in the 16th century, then a Mexican colony till the Mexican-American War of the 1840s, after which an American territory until New Mexico attained statehood in 1912, New Mexico still maintains a large native Spanish-speaking…

  • LGBTQIA+ New Mexico


    LGBTQIA+ New Mexico

    Original article by Carolyn Carlson at The Paper. Dr. Jordan Biro Walters and Dr. PJ Sedillo are two college professors who researched and shared their writings about our unique New Mexican and Burqueño gender landscape. Queer New Mexico Biro Walters was born and raised in San Francisco and came to the University of New Mexico…

  • Taos Farmers Market


    Taos Farmers Market

    The PASEO Project sponsored a great event that focused on local Taos nonprofits. We were invited to share local community information about what we do and when our events will be. It was great to be out in the sun and with the fantastic people of Taos. The farmers market is a bustling place to…

  • Giving Thanks



    Giving Thanks

    We are coming to the end of the year. It has been a wild one. We have all been challenged by these weird times. I am not sure we are all getting through it as well as we would like. I feel that it might be helpful to spend a few moments reflecting on the…

  • Rocky Horror Picture Show 2019


    Rocky Horror Picture Show 2019

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show is back in town! A frightful fest of fierce Frank-n-furter finesse. Bands kick off the night. Chi Chi Les Fleurs, Wives With Knives, and Babelshack play their bloody hearts out. The cinema experience is at 9. The first 100 ticket purchasing zombies get their own “prop bag” filled with inappropriate…

  • Gayest Bake Sale Ever!!!


    Gayest Bake Sale Ever!!!

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  • Kicking off Bowling with Pride


    Kicking off Bowling with Pride

    We kicked off our monthly bowling event at Gutters on Friday. It was a night of prizes, dancing and family fun. Barbara Sheppard organized the community event in collaboration with Taos Gutters Bowling and LMNOC Broadcasting. They offered a great opportunity to our community. If you weren’t able to join us this time, just wait…

  • Pride 2019


    Pride 2019

    Film Festival – Thursday, August 1 Taos Center for the ArtsDoors open at 5:00pm Screening 1 – 5:30pm LGBT+ International films, Drama, Comedy, Documentary, Action Screening 2 – 7:30pm Completely different LGBT+ films with more mature themes. Viewer Discretion advised Gutters & Glam – Friday, August 2 Gutters6:00 – CloseA fun night of bowling with…

  • Pride 2018


    Pride 2018

  • Pride 2017


    Pride 2017

    Taos Pride was launched seven years ago by the late Robert Quintana because “he wanted to throw Taos a great big and fabulous party. It is his vision and joy that lives on through the organization and annual events,” a statement on the Taos Pride website states. That vision has evolved into an annual celebration…