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“A while ago, there was New York, Chicago and Taos. That’s where you went to collect art,” said Taos resident David Mapes. “We would be not on that map at all if it … more
Sure, as Centinel Bank’s chairman of the board and CEO, banking is Angel Reyes’ job. He could, however, choose to be Mr. Potter from one of his favorite movies, “It’s a … more
Polly Raye describes herself as a serial entrepreneur. Over her 43 years in Taos, she founded or co-founded five businesses, including three nonprofits, and worked with hundreds of people she … 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
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
Life's highway is full of surprises. And it offers anyone with an exploratory mind and a passion for learning, opportunities galore. It also extends plenty of chances to serve and share one’s … more
He’s run the Río Grande well over 3,500 times in the last 51 years, first as teenager testing his mortality and then as a commercial guide with the company he founded, Los Rios River … more
Deacon Donald Martínez, or Deacon Don as he’s known around town, used to just get up and take a walk for “oh…10, 20 miles” whenever he needed some distance from his stressful job managing a large grocery store. more
A lot of folks recognize there are Taos kids in need, but do little or nothing to really help. Not so with Jill Cline, and it’s for her efforts on behalf of Taos youth that a focus group hosted … more
It doesn’t take long for Francis A. Córdova to make people around him laugh. He has a gift for levity, poking gentle fun at himself and those around him.  more
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