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The Bavarian Restaurant in the Taos Ski Valley is a destination for skiers, summer and winter hikers and those who appreciate a cold stein of beer with schnitzel, Spätzle and gravy, and pommes (fries) all served in an authentic European style dining atmosphere. more
In August 1915, Vienna-born architect and Chicago resident Rudolf Schindler toured the Southwest, a trip that included stops in Santa Fe and Taos. Schindler, a protegé of Frank Lloyd Wright, … more
Jesse Martínez's dark eyes lock on yours when he greets you at the church door. He seems to study your words carefully. Then someone yells for him from across the room. He gestures to you … more
Judy Chicago believed there to be an absence of iconography that explored birthing in American and Western art. The work explores motherhood, the spiritual as well as emotional experience of giving birth and feminine politics. more
The calming glow of farolitos lighting the way around Taos’ Historic District during the holiday season are complimented by the crackling warmth of numerous bonfires peppered throughout historic Bent Street and the John Dunn Shops... more
The current issue of Chronicles of the Trail/Crónicas del Camino, now in its 13th year of publication, was funded by the Northern Río Grande National Heritage Area (NRGNHA) in … more
Chances are, if you’ve put Taos on your Southwest itinerary, you already know the famous names linked to this mountain mesa with the river riven through it: Kit Carson, Georgia O’Keeffe, … more
Andrew Montoya grasped a set of dice in a loose fist and gave them a shake before his roll, uncertain as ever as to how they might land, but sure the two teens dressed in jail blues on either side of … more
I remember my grandmother Dolores “Lola” Valdez (1915-2008) casually referring to her early work experiences outside the house in the 1940s, much like a contemporary young adult talking … more
The storied and historic San Francisco de Asís Catholic Church in Ranchos de Taos is an amazing structure in any season at any time of day. It has served as a model for many famous artists for … more
Eating at Sabroso Restaurant & Bar is not a typical restaurant experience, in which you feel like a “transaction.” Rather, diners are warmly greeted, served and fed –– as if they were guests … more
A raven at dawn crosses over U.S. Highway 64 west. more
"I’ve always loved painting outdoors, but in Taos I learned to paint outside in a very energetic, efficient and fast way, so I could pack up and get to the school in time to pick up my two daughters.” more
Casa de Corazon opened in 1990. Over the eight years Polly Raye worked there, it expanded to include a school and outpatient services to families. more
A Taos Pueblo woman prays at the altar in the San Geronimo Church. more
I was 27 years old in 1990 when I returned to live at my dad’s place in La Cienega. more
Before becoming the chairman of the board and CEO, Reyes, a spry 46, was named the president of Centinel Bank in 2003. Prior, he held the title of CFO in 1998. And it all started from behind a teller’s window.  more
Adobe Bar bartender David Crowley: 'As long as I keep shaking margaritas on a Friday night, the people keep on shaking their booty.' more
"My preferred subjects are the mountain valleys of New Mexico, their plant life and the adobe structures of those who live there.” more
Welcome to the third round of Art Characters, an original Land Water People Time annual series that profiles a handful of Northern New Mexico’s most notable and colorful artists.  … more
Janet Webb is still actively involved with the boards and can often be seen at various community meetings that have agenda items pertaining to the arts.  more
A happy patron at the Hostoric Taos Inn's Adobe Bar. 'I've been coming to the inn for 20 years and working here nearly half that long. All these people; I've watched them grow up and fall in love, … more
In small villages and hamlets in the mountains of New Mexico live communities of individuals claiming descent from Jewish ancestors from Spain and Portugal. These people, often called secret Jews or … more
Street and vehicle lights of passing cars and a Waste Management truck create an abstract image as they rumble down Taos' main drag. more
Their whole process is to keep their work unique. more
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