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Behind a nondescript building on Paseo del Pueblo Sur, just a block south of El Taoseño and across the street from the shuttered IHOP sits an unassuming food cart. If you drive fast enough, you might even miss it.
Our precious Uvaldo Valentin Lopez Jr. also known as “Juny” to the family and “UV” to friends was born in Taos, NM on February 25, 1975 to Uvaldo Sr. and Elsie Lopez. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Jose Nick Sr. and Mercy Struck, paternal grandparents Marcos and Esther Lopez, and aunt, Christine Struck Gonzales. He attended Taos High School and graduated in 1993.
I have been enviously reading the entries in gardening blogs ("Anybody want some zucchini? I've got a bushel of them!") And it's all I can do to keep from begging, "Sure! Give them all to me." My sole little zucchini plant only has a few babies. I will keep my fingers crossed that all the flowers predict a bumper crop a little later in the season -- but time is running out. Luckily, for me, zucchini is readily available at every grocery store and at the Farmer's Market.
Thursday Best Bet / Charley’s Blues. Thursday nights, 5:30-8:30 p.m. | at Sagebrush Cantina. Collected songs in French, Spanish and English from decades of travel, unraveled for you at the Cantina, Sagebrush Inn & Suites, 1508 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos. Free. Call 575-758-2254.