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In Taos, you’ll find lots of women paddling white water. Many of the local rafting companies have female river rafting guides who add their skills and finesse to this adrenaline-filled world in … more
“You’ll never be an artist because you can’t draw.” Sometimes those “you’ll never be good enough” words from a college art instructor still cross her … more
Artistic talent or the pursuit of artistic careers may run in families, but the cooperativeness and celebration of each other’s art, which is found in the relationship between Karen … more
I’ve been involved with and support many groups and nonprofits however, my main focus is currently on my family, health and business.  more
Michelle Concha’s Taos Pueblo ancestral lineage and her work in the Taos community intertwine with pride and passion. more
Ask people what rooms they love the most, and you’ll get answers ranging from favorite childhood hideouts to dreamhouse living rooms with fifty-mile views. But if you ask them why, they may not be able to explain that the first was an intimate refuge that made them feel safe and secure – while the second delivered a fantastic expansiveness that somehow took them beyond themselves. more
Robert Vander knows rugs. For nearly four decades Vander has been traveling between New Mexico and Asia, bringing a sweeping assortment of Oriental treasures to his retail location, Alhambra, where Chinese and Indian finds co-mingle with Nepalese altars and Tibetan-style artisan creations. more
Casa Mariposa in Des Montes is a dance of light and shadow. The mood of the home changes with the time of day and the seasons. This spectacular house was designed to echo the shape of a mountain on the ancient volcanic plain to the west. Pueblo and territorial architecture are captured and reinterpreted in a completely original way by world-renown architect Antoine Predock. more
Alleged hired killer of Alfred Bent over land grant concocts disappearing act, double-crosses desperado more
Struggling with scant provisions through the rugged Taos wilderness, a 19-year-old Kentucky fur trapper and his Black servant wondered if they would ever reach American civilization alive after being freed in 1819 from imprisonment in Santa Fe. more
It was a typical spring day in 1950 for a fire tower operator in New Mexico’s Capitan Mountains in Lincoln National Forest near Alamogordo. Then everything changed. He spotted smoke wafting … more
Heroism represents the best of human nature no matter the perceived severity of a situation or need. Acts of kindness and courage are born from reaction and action. Such deeds, however, can often go … more
Standing in the great room of the home with its expansive southern views, one of the most striking comments people make is: "This feels really good.” more
Modern countertops and vanity trends are calling more and more for stone or stonelike finishes and Taos homeowners are as equally trendy. Traditional stone products, such as marble, natural and … more
If you like to seek out the far-flung and unusual places a region has to offer, you will want to check out these little gems nestled in Northern and Central New Mexico. Check websites or call for hours (which may be limited), admission fees, special events and additional information. more
In our annual Design issue, you'll find profiles of landscaper Angelika Heikaus and woodworker David Mapes, as well as our feature of the rustic, modern mountain home of Ron and Sylvia Wood in Angel Fire. You can read the full issue at: http://www.taosnews.com/enchantedhomes.    more
The whole Taos community has been involved in nourishing the bodies of the Tiger team. more
With 35 years of experience in real estate, Valvano has the knowledge and perseverance to serve her clients. more
San Francisco de Asís Catholic Church has been mouth-watering subject matter for painters and photographers for over 100 years. Most artists choose to make imagery of the back apse end where … more
Everyone has an opinion about what's 'best' in Taos. So, every year, we hold a survey and ask all of you to tell us: Who has the best green chile? Where's the best place to go hiking? Which store has the best souvenir gifts? Among many other questions. More than 1,700 people participated this year, and the results are in! Find your copy in today's paper! more
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