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Clad in a perfectly white, traditional chef’s coat and built to breathe black-and-white checkered pants, Executive Chef John Lamendola begins his day in the spotless kitchen at Old … more
Connoisseurs of a well-made drink and a comfortable setting look no further. The Lounge by Rolling Still Distillery takes its craft seriously and Taos has quickly noticed.  The Lounge is … more
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Any courtyard or patio can become a dream landscape, according to Ben Maddox, proprietor of Maddox Outdoor Solutions. Here the local landscaper and ISA-certified arborist shares some of his … more
Touch the earth and the earth breaths back – that’s what it feels like standing in Julie Parker’s poured-earth home overlooking the Río Grandé Gorge. more
The Pat Woodall Fine Art Gallery is bursting with color and grace. It is filled with flowers, aromatic smells, and the distinctive artwork of Pat Woodall. more
There’s no question that living small has become a big thing.  Whether by circumstance or choice, the way in which we view our material world is undergoing a quiet revolution. more
A few favorite Taos spots to take your children this summer! more
Outside music travels like a beautiful ribbon throughout Taos air every summer. For the first time, Taos welcomes mega star Sting who will play at Kit Carson Park on Sept. 2. Whether your jam is rock, Americana, opera or something else, you'll hear it here. more
Two grand pleasures - great food and splendid views - are as celebrated and abundant here as the Northern New Mexico sunshine. And in Taos, there is no shortage of either. more
It was the summer of 1929 when Georgia O’Keeffe and good friend and fellow artist Rebecca “Beck” Strand (later Salsbury James) packed their bags for the Land of Enchantment. It was a long, but seemingly necessary journey from The Big Apple to the Big Sky. more
Their whole process is to keep their work unique. more
"My preferred subjects are the mountain valleys of New Mexico, their plant life and the adobe structures of those who live there.” 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
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 museum commemorates the lives and art of all three artists – Ernest L. Blumenschein, Mary Shepherd Greene Blumenschein and their daughter Helen Greene Blumenschein. more
Available on racks throughout Taos, the Taos Gallery Guide makes exploring the vivid gallery scene all the more immersive. more
Thomas Soule and Mark Brewer are Taos sustainability contractors who strive to make the world a better place – for humans and the planet in general. more
At Sierra Pacific, "Seed to Window" means that every atom of wood used in the company's windows is harvested from forests that have been tended by the company's founding family, the Emmersons, for four generations. more
This home at 11 Turkey Springs Road in Valdez is a rare opportunity. The 5,000 square-foot passive solar homestead sits on 30 forested acres in the secluded Gallina Canyon neighborhood. more
With so much focus upon the impacts of climate change, we asked our experts: Can you name seven native plants that reduce water usage for our immediate present and our future?  more
Realtor Pennie Herrera Wardlow has deep roots in Taos. She was born in the family home where she lives now. Those who came before her constructed the home with hand-made adobe bricks and wood harvested from the nearby mountains... more
Michelle Concha’s Taos Pueblo ancestral lineage and her work in the Taos community intertwine with pride and passion. more
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