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  • 00:16

    Podcast Two - May 20, 2015 - News and Music from Taos Experience

    in Radio

    We feature news and music from Taos, New Mexico. 


    This podcast features two stories: "The Old Taos County Courthouse gets facelift money" and "The Taos Farmers Market Plaza location still in dispute."


    The music is from Calling Sister Midnight. Songs are "Blue Bottle," "No Excuses (J.P.T.S)," and "Freedom (Oh yeah)."


    For more information, visit the mothership at TaosExperience.com. 


    News, events, commentary, photos and videos from and about Taos, New Mexico, illustrating the Taos Experience. Published since 1998, Online since 2001. To contact, e-mail taosexperience@gmail.com


    Thanks for listening!

  • 01:50

    Thing's The Church Doesn't Tell You

    in Current Events

    Tune in for an exciting program as John Muncy will be on the program sharing the truth about what's going on in our nation and the world!!! Is America and the Church ready for what's coming? Tune in and find out.

  • 00:16

    Podcast Three - May 22, 2015 - "Summertime and the livin' is [...] in Taos

    in Radio

    Three stories this podcast:



    A brief interview with jazz vocalist Christine Autumn where she talks about rehearsals, experimentation and more.
    Brief chat with Dawn Richardson, promoter and founder of Taos Solar Music Festival
    Taos gets to host New Mexico Little League District 4 tournaments.


    The music:



    "Don't Touch This" by CSM+Reilla
    "Don't Be Scared" ft. Christine Autumn by CSM
    "Girl Come On," by CSM
    "The Noise of Art," by Rocovaco


    For more information, visit the mothership at TaosExperience.com. 


    News, events, commentary, photos and videos from and about Taos, New Mexico, illustrating the Taos Experience. Published since 1998, Online since 2001. To contact, e-mail taosexperience@gmail.com


    Thanks for listening!

  • 00:16

    Podcast One - Taos Economic Development and a New Vet's Outreach Center

    in Radio

    We feature music and news from Taos, New Mexico, with a first of a new format which includes news and music.


    This episode includes stories about economic development and a new veteran's outreach center.


    The music is "Mushi-shi" by Calling Sister Midnight, "Black Rainbow" by Pitx, and "Theme One" in the "Taos Weather Suite," by Raymond Blanchet.


    For more stories from Taos, visit TaosExperience.com

  • 00:14

    Taos Experience News Pod - April 8, 2015 Episode

    in Radio

    Three stories from Taos Experience about news in the Taos, New Mexico area. These stories are originally produced by Romancito House Media for KSFR 101.1 FM Santa Fe, NM. We serve them up here as a little 15-minute news pod. Help share the love of news coverage from Taos on KSFR FM.


    For photographs and videos from the Taos area, visit http://taosexperience.com

  • 00:36

    Listen to Don Peters: Veteran and now Exec. Dir. Not Forgotten Outreach

    in Military

    Listen 24/7 to Don Peters who served in the US Army as a Military Intelligence Linguist in Central/South America until his service connected spinal cord injury in 1996. Don is Executive Director of Not Forgotten Outreach with Gold Star Widow and Army Veteran Kym Sanchez. Don talks about Taos Ski Valley week-long event, the Military Respite Center and how other Veteran organizations around the Nation can utilize the AmeriCorps NCCC teams to help Military Families.


    Listen to the  Shout Outs to our Troops Serving. Please SHARE 


    For More info: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/january-2016/article/listen-to-don-peters-veteran-exec-dir-not-forgotten-outreach-veterans-helping-veterans


    There may also be a video made of this talk show program. Should that happen we will post the info here on our news site with the URL above!!!

  • 01:23

    Abril Mondragon, Taos Mountain Grandmothers

    in Religion

    Most of tonight's program is prerecorded, and next week we will be speaking much more with Abril.


    Abril Mondragon. Taos Valley, New Mexico


    Don Alejandro Cirilo Perez, Don Patricio Dominguez, Sequoyah Trueblood, Mike Two Bears Andrews and other men went into prayer together and received the ceremonial vision for the Passing of the Staff of Authority to the Feminine side. Part of this vision was for this “new/old ceremony” to go worldwide, to support and nourish the Grandmothers whom are called to the teaching, healing, caregiving of the Wise Ways and Life Ways of the Feminine.
    We are grateful for their untiring dedication throughout their lives to prepare and educate the world for the Feminine’s return.


    In February 2013, Grandmother Abril Mondragon was asked by Don Patricio if she would gather a group of grandmothers who would accept this ceremony along with her. Invitations were sent out, not necessarily based on who is most “visible” in our community.


    The Vision is inclusive of Grandmothers from All Nations. The Ceremony is now passed to other Grandmothers by the Grandmothers who have have received this Ceremony.


    Throughout the last 5125 years, Staffs of the Feminine that were passed with the cultural knowledge and power of the feminine were destroyed due to colonization. Many Wumyn have re-created other types of Staffs. May these Staff’s of Authority be nourished once again and be passed from generation to generation through the matrilineal birth-lines.

  • 00:46

    Open Line Tuesday! Call in with your questions.

    in Christianity

    Do you have questions about the Bible, theology, or worldview? Questions about the Christmas holiday? Questions about some practice in a local church? Call in for this informative time of learning.


    Dr. Randy White is the host of Ask the Theologian. He is the Bible Teacher at Randy White Ministries, the Pastor at Taos, New Mexico's First Baptist Church, and the CEO of Dispensational Publishing House, Inc.

  • 00:41

    Ask the Theologian with Dr. Randy White - October 13, 2015

    in Christianity

    Reflections of 25 Years


    Recently Dr. Randy White experienced a milestone when he resigned from his pastorate at the First Baptist Church of Katy, Tex., where he had served since 2003, to pursue new ministry opportunities that he will be sharing much more about in the near future.


    He and his wife Shelley have moved to Taos, N.M., where Dr. White is now pastoring the First Baptist Church there, and he also continues to expand his outreach through Randy White Ministries.


    As he looks back on 12 years in Katy and 25 years of pastoral ministry, Dr. White has been writing a series of articles sharing some of the lessons he has learned and insights he has gained during the past quarter-century.


    On today’s edition of Ask the Theologian, Dr. White will walk the listeners through some of the most important of these reflections. Here is a list of the topics we will cover:



    Sometimes we need to re-learn the things we thought we knew in our youth.
    There is a difference between growing a crowd and growing a church.
    Believe it or not, churches can become too big.
    There are actually advantages to participating in a smaller church.
    We can become so busy in ministry that we sometimes begin to neglect the Bible itself.
    It is important that a pastor focus on preaching—as opposed to leading.
    The pastor’s title matters.
    The more you get to know about a church, the more you know that it has problems.
    Most church problems spring from very simple issues.
    Boring is not always bad, but truth is ultimate.
    Boredom is not the sin, but disregarding boring truth is the sin.
    In that light, we have a new series on dispensationalism beginning on Wednesday night.

  • 00:34

    Emily Mah on Win's Women of Wisdom

    in Motivation

    On Win's Women of Wisdom today, Best-Selling Author, Win Kelly Charles welcomes Emily Mah. She write as both Emily Mah (for science fiction and fantasy) and E.M. Tippetts (for chick lit). Her short stories have appeared in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, The Black Gate, and anthologies like The Dragon and the Stars, Shanghai Steam, and The Change: Tales of Downfall and Rebirth. My E.M. Tippetts novels have been on the Amazon Top 100 numerous times, and her novel, Someone Else's Fairytale was semi-finalist for the Best Indie Book of the Year -  Kindle Book Review, and a runner up in Romance for the Best of the Independent Book Awards - eFestival of Words. Emily is a graduate of the Clarion West Writer's Workshop for Science Fiction and Fantasy and Viable Paradise Writers Workshop, and she often teach the unit on self-publishing at the Taos Toolbox Writers Workshop. When she is not writing or chasing small children, she manage E.M. Tippetts Book Designs, her company which offers formatting, cover design, and editing services to authors and publishers. To learn more about Emily visit http://www.emilymah.com. To learn more about your host visit https://wincharles.wix.com/win-charles and be sure to FOLLOW this program http://www.blogtalkradio.com/winswomenofwisdom

  • Environmental Frontier with Paul Relis​

    in Spirituality

    Paul Relis  author of Out of the Wasteland Stories of the Environmental Frontier was raised in Long Beach, California. While studying at the University of California, Santa Barbara, a massive oil spill erupted off the coast of Santa Barbara on January 28, 1969, that devastated the coastline, killed much aquatic life, and severely damaged the local economy. The oil spill was a transformative event in the history of the U.S that influenced the establishment of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Earth Day and other landmark environmental programs.


    The oil spill was a life changing event for Paul. He became the first executive director of a newly formed nonprofit, the Community Environmental Council CEC) at age 23. The CEC played a critical role in staving off several  proposed developments  that would have changed Santa Barbara forever. And, under his leadership, the CEC built visionary projects including recycling facilities, urban gardens and an urban farm, green buildings and other programs that, decades ago, presaged the core elements of sustainability today.


    After twenty years of locally based work Paul took an executive position  with the California EPA where he helped lead the state of California’s nation leading recycling programs.  


    From 1996-2013 Paul taught in the Environmental Studies Department of the University of California, Santa Barbara.  He is a board member emeritus of the Community Environmental Council and sits on the boards of the American Biogas Council and the Bioenergy Association of California. Paul and his wife live in Santa Barbara, California and Taos, New Mexico. They have three children. http://www.paulrelis.com