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Larry Bell is a renowned contemporary American artist, best known for his glass cubes and large-scale sculpture. Born in Chicago in 1959 he mostly grew up in Los Angeles, where he studied at the Chouinard Art Institute (now part of CalArts), with the intention of becoming a Disney animator. It was at Chouinard where Bell was introduced to abstract art. more
There are dozens of art galleries in Taos, but women-owned galleries are still rare. Maye Torres and Georgia Gersh are two women who grew up in Taos art circles, one the daughter of a gallery owner and the other the daughter of a famous artist. Both are artists themselves, and both now have galleries that have become essential resources for the Taos arts community. more
Izumi Yokoyama and Theresa Gray belong to the continuum of artists who have followed the call to come to the High Desert since Bert Phillips and Ernest Blumenschein’s wagon wheel broke, stranding the two young East Coast artists in Taos. That was a century ago, and the stream of artists that arrive in Taos and stay, remains steady. more
Your comprehensive guide to the gallery scene in Taos and surrounding area. In this year’s guide we go into the studio with renowned contemporary artist, Larry Bell. Best known for his glass cubes and large-scale sculptures, Bell has been an iconic figure in the Taos art world since the 1970s. Plus, we go behind the scenes with five museum directors to learn how they honor the legacy of Taos’ artistic traditions. Inside you’ll discover 60 unique galleries, maps and more.   Find your copy in this week’s edition! more
The Taos Woman 2020 Edition Honors 8 Taos Women of Impact. Meet Taoseña Catherine Strisik,, In Recognition of Literary artistry more
The Taos Woman 2020 Edition Honors 8 Taos Women of Impact. Meet Taoseña Nikki Ross, In Recognition of Children's Creative Opportunities more
The Taos Woman 2020 Edition Honors 8 Taos Women of Impact. Meet Taoseña Lisa Abeyta-Valerio, In Recognition of Achievement in Athletics more
The Taos Woman 2020 Edition Honors 8 Taos Women of Impact. Meet Taoseña Ernestina Córdova,, In Recognition of Community Volunteerism more
The Taos Woman 2020 Edition Honors 8 Taos Women of Impact. Meet Taoseña Yvette Ortega,, In Recognition of Achievement in Restauranteuring more
The Taos Woman 2020 Edition Honors 8 Taos Women of Impact. Meet Taoseña Jacquelene McHorse,, In Recognition of Entrepreneurial Achievement more
The Taos Woman 2020 Edition Honors 8 Taos Women of Impact. Meet Taoseña Michele Hunt,, In Recognition of Achievement in Education more
The Taos Woman 2020 Edition Honors 8 Taos Women of Impact. Meet Taoseña Debbie Lujan, In Recognition of Community & Non-Profit Leadership more
When Esther García was young, her grandfather, J.P. Rael, told her there would be fights over water. And at some point in the near future, water would be worth more than gold. She didn’t … more
On February 21,1920, New Mexico voted to ratify the Nineteenth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution. By August of that year the required number of 36 states had likewise ratified the amendment, legislating that “the right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex,” and became the law of the land. more
POSSIBLEPULLQUOTE “Your zip code may be more important than your genetic code.” — Juliana Anastasoff, MS, director northern Health Extension Rural Office (HERO), UNM-Health … more
When a family member is in jail, the children in the family can experience trauma as a result. In New Mexico, 10 percent of all children will have a parent incarcerated at some point in their lives; … more
Cohousing isn’t new to Taos. Long before Valverde Commons (VC), decades prior to the 1960s communes, the Red Willow community lived within the adobe walls of Taos Pueblo. Cohousing US (cohousing.org) defines cohousing as “community designed to foster connection.” This means shared governance, resources, socializing and spaces. more
If anyone  has their  fingers  on the pulse of the local real estate market, it's Joel and Marny Schantz of top-performing Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Taos Real Estate. Active in the Taos Valley real estate commu­ nity for decades, the Schantzes have, they laughed, "sold the same houses over and over again." more
Vaughn Dearing began his realtor career in 2001 with ReMax in California. He discovered Taos after his aunt, Chien Motto, moved to Lama in the 1970s and wed Doroteo Frank Samora, a spiritual leader … more
The Phoenix is a fantastical castle complete with turrets and towers, rising above the sage-covered desert landscape. Full of whimsy, warmth, color and texture, this earthship shows that sustainability can co-exist with luxury and comfort. more
Science has proved, no kidding around: Picking health insurance is extremely hard. It’s open enrollment — time to pick next year’s insurance — for folks who buy it on their own and for many of us in our jobs. Lots of us aren’t sure we know how to pick, and research shows: We’re not wrong. more
To breastfeed or bottle feed, that is a mother’s question. There really is no wrong answer as both options offer an array of health benefits. It has been proven, however, that breastfed babies have fewer illnesses of the digestion and respiratory tracts, fewer ear infections, and lower rates of infant mortality and SIDS. more
According to the American Cancer Society, Latinos living in the United States are more likely to develop and die from this disease than those in many Central and South American countries. African-Americans are at least 41 percent more likely to die from colorectal cancer than whites. more
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