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Armstrong adds Bent Street Cafe & Deli to restaurant portfolio

Kimberly Armstrong has similar traits to those of another well-known restaurateur — Albuquerque's Jean Bernstein. Bernstein, founder and CEO of Flying Star Cafe and Satellite Coffee, is a female executive who is immersed in the restaurant … more

Study: New Mexico is gaining doctors, but average age an issue

New Mexico has added 441 physicians during the last three years with the growth of Obamacare, but the ranks could thin because the state also has the highest percentage of doctors in the nation older than 60, according to a new study. The … more

Artaos: A contemporary gallery on the move

After nearly two years on the scene, Artaos owners Jason Rodriguez and Aya Trevino are challenging the status quo of arts in town and delivering art in ways unique to the Taos area. more

Board members Duran, Martinez hire attorneys after Kit Carson scuffle

Video footage of an altercation between two Kit Carson Electric Cooperative board members shows the men shoving each other until one falls to the ground and the other punches him while he’s down. That description comes from the Taos Police … more

Power dynamics of the boss

This topic is related to the "elephant in the room phenomenon," where obvious facts and realities are in plain sight, sound and consciousness, yet the elephant is not acknowledged or addressed. This impotent action of placing important, even … more

Native-centered gallery closes shop on Paseo del Pueblo Norte

FaraHNHeight Fine Arts, a gallery featuring contemporary native arts that in its two-year run on Paseo del Pueblo Norte became a gathering space for a variety of community events, ceased operations at its location near the entrance of Taos Pueblo earlier in March. more

Year included forest thinning momentum; development ire; and a still struggling job market

Maybe it was the devastation wrought by recent forest fires elsewhere in New Mexico. Or maybe it’s the fear that climate change is going to wreak even more havoc in decades to come. But forest and watershed restoration efforts in Northern New … more

Insurance choices plentiful in N.M. as open enrollment begins

As New Mexico Superintendent of Insurance John Franchini travels the state, he takes a lot of questions about new premium rates and problems with the Affordable Care Act, the federal law that requires most Americans to have health insurance or pay a … more

TCAR offers market snapshot

As we head into fall, this nine-month “Local Real Estate Market Stats Snapshot” report shows single-family home sales up in all local markets compared to the same period last year. … more

Celebrating a decade: Cool clothes are the muse at Substance of Taos

The owner of Substance of Taos, a women's clothing boutique in a beautifully renovated adobe building on Doña Luz in downtown, is quick to admit the … more
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