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As we look at our hands, we see a reflection of how we learn and how we love; how we contribute to our community and provide for ourselves and our families. 

The legendary educator Maria Montessori once said, “What the hand does the mind remembers.” From a child manipulating blocks to the novice plumber applying their new manual skills as they learn to become a journeyman, it starts with our hands.

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Artist Ron Larimore fell in love with Taos long before his move here – and long before he professionally picked up a paint brush.

“My wife, Carol, and I visited Taos in 1981 and we bought the first of what would be many pieces of art from the local artists and galleries here,” Larimore reminisced. “We kept coming back for the beautiful outdoors and the skiing, and our art collection kept growing.”

With the walls of their home filled with the works of others, Larimore now has his own studio and gallery, filling its walls with his own works.

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Since 2008, Anna Woodall and Chris Woodall have owned and operated Sol Food in the village of Arroyo Seco. Pioneers a bit ahead of their time, when they opened their organic foods store and restaurant it included the area’s first place to purchase prepared foods.

“Back then, this area was a food desert,” noted Anna.

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She has 25 years of experience in the bedding and furniture industry. She has started and operated six successful stores in two states. She is recognized in the industry as a thought-leader and gives back to the community as a valuable volunteer and accomplished entrepreneur. She has traveled the world to learn the techniques required for quality mattress construction. 

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The pandemic was particularly challenging for Taos Pueblo, but in its more than 1,000-year old history, it has faced far more dangerous perils, and has survived and thrived despite them. According to Taos Pueblo Director of Tourism Ilona Spruce, the year 2021 will be no different.

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The past year presented the nation and the community with unprecedented challenges. Yet, according to Lisa O’Brien, Director of Taos Community Foundation (TCF), “as atrocious and awful as it has been, the pandemic was a game changer for us.” 

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Simms Art Taos is one of the newest – and, arguably, one of the most charming – additions to the historic downtown district of Taos. What makes them the quintessential Taos gallery? Think warm and welcoming; neighborhood-oriented; quirky and eclectic.

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The first thing you’ll notice about CAV Thrift Store’s new location is that it’s huge: with 6,000 comfortable, bright, clean, colorful square feet of baubles, bargains and hidden treasures. It’s fair to say that a fun and affordable shopping experience at the Best Thrift Store in Taos (Best of Taos 2021) just got better.