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A 1939 photograph of a bell pepper by Edward Weston in Life Magazine was one of many photographs that influenced the aesthetics of Taos artist Margaret Nes. “I was very nearsighted as a child, so I …

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I had just come from a captivating storytelling workshop across the street at SOMOS with local legend, Cisco Guevara, and next stop was the Historic Taos Inn. A place we drive by thousands of times and likely notice each time – especially the iconic neon sign that flawlessly fits in a decidedly non-neon town. 

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With upcoming changes to the Historic County Courthouse in Taos plaza, at least one business is left to close its doors for good. The building that houses Smoke Signals, which sells consignment crafts and art from Taos Pueblo artists and Native Americans around the country, will be demolished in the courthouse's redesign, and owner Dean Johnson said he has nowhere else to go.

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It's seen better days, the Historic Taos County Courthouse. And as U.S. Rep. Teresa Leger Fernández, D-NM, toured the iconic building on the Taos Plaza on Wednesday (June 2), she saw first-hand the need for a planned rehabilitation of this long-standing piece of town history.

Town of Taos Mayor Daniel Barrone, Taos County Manager Brent Jaramillo and Taos County Commissioners Darlene Vigil, AnJanette Brush and Candyce O'Donnell presented their proposal to Leger Fernández with the hope she would deliver nearly $1.3 million in support of it.

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Set among the fields, this El Salto home was designed and built by an artist. Her creativity and attention to detail have created a space that is highly polished and refined like an exquisite jewelry box. 

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The University of New Mexico-Taos broke ground Friday (April 23) on its new College Pathways to Careers Center (CPCC) building, designed to bring students, faculty and the wider community together.

The CPCC, located on the Klauer Campus, will be home to the UNM-Taos Library, Southwest Research Center, Acequia Archives, tutoring services, Taos Education and Career Center (TECC), a learning studio, Career Services offices and more.

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Four excavators work on construction site at sunset

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One silver lining of the pandemic of 2020 may be that people now, more than ever, are doing something about improving their indoor environments. State-of-the-art technology is available today that can enhance the quality of the air you breathe, something we are all concerned about in our homes and business.