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In the Land of Enchantment exists a "Place of Extraordinary": Taos. Nestled amongst breathtaking vistas, blanketed under luminous skies, and steeped in an enticing blend of cultural diversity, Taos has inspired artists for over a century and risen to prominence as a world-class art destination. more
Sometimes people mistakingly refer to charter schools as private institutions. In fact, charter schools are indeed public schools. They are granted greater flexibility in regard to their operations, yet are still held accountable for growing student achievement. Because charters are public schools, they are open to all children; they do not charge tuition; and they do not have special entrance requirements or exams. Charter schools are publicly funded, but can be privately operated. more
Arts and crafts fairs are one of those places where there's always something for everyone. The craftsmanship of handmade indie wares is unparalleled and the artistic creations are inspired. Waves of fresh cooking waft through the air doing a sort of waltz with the live music. There is always something truly unique being offered or demonstrated. more
Grade schoolers push away a hot dog in favor of kale and a green smoothie — and many even ask for seconds. Seems improbable? Well, it's not and they do — the children who participate in the Collaborative Farm to School Garden Program and eat free meals provided by the Farmhouse School Lunch Program certainly do. more
ACEQ is a flourishing and popular restaurant in Arroyo Seco. With such a sterling reputation for excellent cuisine and charming ambience, you might think the restaurant rests on its laurels. Instead, … more
No matter one's age, hearing the words, "Once upon a time" invites wonder and anticipation of what story is about to be told. more
There’s a popular bumper sticker around town — “TAOS, a four-letter word for steep” — that accurately depicts the dominant terrain at Taos Ski Valley (TSV). more
It's trashy, but in a good way. Started 17 years ago by local educator Nicole Kowalski and Jean Nichols of Art for the Heart, the Glam Trash Fashion Show is one of the iconic art/recycling … more
Long before farmers’ markets were hip, long before artisanal foods became big business, long before the local foods movement, the people of Northern New Mexico were growing their own … more
Live music — the exclamation point, the emotional accompaniment to all the flavors of Taos served up on big stages. From jazz to chamber arrangements, there is a rhythm sure to elicit reflection, toe-tapping, dancing, singing and smiling. more
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