NM0028 – Dennis Hopper

Rosa Linda

New Mexico’s most enchanting video podcast heads to the Harwood Museum of Art in Taos, New Mexico to meet up with Actor / Director / Artist, Dennis Hopper.

Dennis Hopper came to town to help kick off the “Taos 2009 Summer of Love” celebration. It’s the 40th anniversary of the release of the movie Easy Rider and the Town of Taos’ 75th anniversary. Lots of reasons to celebrate. One of the big events is “Hopper at the Harwood” featuring work by Dennis Hopper and five of his longtime friends: Ron Cooper, Larry Bell, Robert Dean Stanton, Ronald Davis and Ken Price. After seeing the show up close, I highly recommend anyone within driving distance make it up to Taos before it ends on September 20th.

And, speaking of endings… be sure to stick around for the bloopers. Even Dennis Hopper made the cut this time.

Up next: Summer of Love – featuring Lisa Law and her awesome photos from the original Summer of Love.

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And, speaking of awesome sponsors… I would also like to welcome “Better Healthy Skin” to the New Mexicast family. They sponsored this episode and have been providing great skincare products to me since I was anchoring in Monterey, California. Check them out at: www.BetterHealthySkin.com

Thanks to all of you for all your support. There are some big adventures ahead, so stay tuned!

Have a great week!

Lots of love,

Rosa Linda

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  1. Ms. Roman,
    I really enjoyed the interview with Mr. Hopper. I got it from Rick at FOX 10. Thanks for sharing it with him. I’d like to post it on my facebook page too and when I get that fgured out I am going to.

    1. Hi Pat,

      Thanks so much for watching the story. It is so sad to lose him like this. I still can’t get over the fact that I met him just a year ago. And I’m especially sad for his young daughter. I will email you a link to post it wherever you would like. Thanks so much for the support.

      Rosa Linda

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