Search / 161 results found

from
to
  • Updated

Even though Debbie Friday Jagers earned her real estate license just this year, her experiences from childhood to college to career guided her onto this trajectory long before. She equates arriving at this new profession to laying path stones. “You build each one to the next. I’ve been building a path to this my whole life.” Her excitement to navigate this new course is evident when we speak.

The missive from Salon X in Tempo's mailbox alerted us to the fact that it was time to start thinking about hair trims and other seemingly frivolous matters.

Going digital or giving up altogether are the choices facing art galleries and small businesses in Taos, and the world for that matter, while we all wait out the lockdowns caused by the pandemic of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Creative Framing LLC has served the Taos Community for more than 30 years. In 2016, Jim Cox formally of Taos Do It Yourself Picture Framing, purchased the business from the original owners Dave and Renze Nesbit, framers in Taos for some of the art community’s most famous artists. Located in the Enchanted Plaza on the corner of Salazar and Canon West, Creative Framing continues to supply quality and versatile framing product.

After a quarter of a century in Taos, one of our most beloved hair salons is back in business following a brief closure to help contain the spread of coronavirus in New Mexico. Voted the number-one hair salon in the annual Best of Taos survey year after year, Salon Marjorie has a well-documented reputation in Taos. Already meticulous in their own health and sanitization measures, owner Marjorie Olsen and her team have had no trouble incorporating CDC guidelines and New Mexico COVID-safe practices into their reopening strategy. Best of all, there has been no need to skimp on services.

As the world deals with the challenge of COVID-19 and New Mexico acknowledges that it had a rapid uptake early in the pandemic, we want Taos to know we are still serving clients. On March 23, New Mexico Department of Health Secretary Kathyleen M. Kunkel issued an emergency order closing all businesses and nonprofit entities except those deemed essential. The order requires that certain essential businesses must continue to function and under section (6)k of that order, Taos Behavioral Health is considered an essential business and must continue to function.

With the governor's recently announced closing of all New Mexico schools until the end of the school year, families in Taos will be challenged to cover care and supervision for their children.The …

Swan Realty was formed in 2014 in Red River. Owner Rob Swan had obtained his qualifying broker license and decided to head out on his own. He started out by renting a desk in an existing office on Main Street until he found a building that would suit the needs of his new company. However, even after purchasing the new building, he was still the only broker.