A homey hangout for Taos teens

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Common Grounds will soon be opening its café and co-op for teens in the area.

Taos Common Grounds adult sponsor Jill Cline walks through a frigid building, with no lights or heat, with a high amount of optimism.

"We've got a little work to do here," she said, pointing to a future row of showers in what could be the biggest push for a new center of youth activities in the new year.

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