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Walking in their footsteps: Discover Taos’ Historic District

Just about anywhere you walk in the heart of Taos you will find yourself immersed in the history of this place and of the Southwest. A majority of the most important historic sites in Taos are easily … more

The art of design, the influence of a place: The emergence of Pueblo Revival architecture in New Mexico

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

The Village of Angel Fire: A valley of honor and resort fun

Angel Fire is cool, comfortable, even tranquil in the summer, and opportunities for fun are plentiful with summer art exhibitions, chamber music, free outdoor summer concerts, art/farmers’ markets, movies in the park, shopping, birding, wildlife tours, horseback rides, sightseeing at nearby ghost towns, and so much more. more

The Town of Red River: Alpine beauty and coolness to boot

No doubt about it, Red River’s changed through the years but the most striking thing about this small community is the way it hasn’t changed. Generations still come, year after year, to … more

Taos lets its art flag fly

There’s no shortage of banners flapping in the breeze around downtown Taos these days. more

Embedded in the past and the present

The Blake at Taos Ski Valley opened to rave reviews in the 2016/17 ski season. With 80 guest rooms (including 15 suites), the boutique hotel is just steps from the iconic Lift 1 and the gondolita for the children's center. more

A primer on collecting Taos art

Taos art is unique. There are very definite periods, influences, and styles. When a buyer decides to collect Taos art, they are making bold personal statements about their appreciation for history, culture, and talent. more

Millicent Rogers Museum honors legacy of Taos’ artistic traditions

As the story goes, after a traumatic breakup with movie star Clark Gable, Millicent Rogers came to Taos in 1947. more

Sustainability: thy name is Taos

Or its nickname, anyway. The way I see it, this isolated part of northern New Mexico has always been a pioneer on the cutting edge of sustainability even if it didn’t know it. more

Solar – explained

Enchanted Homes posed the question, “So, you wanna go solar?” to two solar energy companies in Taos County and came away with a primer on the who-what-where-when and how of delivering energy from the sun into your home. Here’s what Charlie McGarity of PPC Solar and Mark Jackson of Sol Luna had to say about how homeowners can get into solar energy. more
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