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Anyone who’s ever spent any time in the Village of Questa knows Malaquias Rael. The business owner and community and civic leader has spent his life putting down roots and lifting others up in “The Heart of the Río Grande.”
Prep sports schedules and standings for tennis, baseball and softball through June 12, 2021
Taos is full of interesting, quirky, brilliant, creative people. They have astounding backgrounds and experiences. They come from varied cultures and life philosophies. Some have family roots in this valley dating back to time immemorial or several generations. Some are more recent arrivals. All are woven into the rich fabric of this place we call home. Meet one of them in Faces of Taos, a new weekly Tempo feature.
She is known as Doña Sebastiana, named for a third-century Christian saint and martyr, feared I think much more than she is revered. But her third-century tocayo (namesake) was actually widely recognized as a protector against pestilence and plague. Whether her name was invoked as a protector or feared for the shadow she cast, in 1918 she arrived in the villages of Taos County during the pandemic popularly known as the Spanish flu.
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A bit of levity from Bob Aldo: