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As the weather warms and the snow melts, the trees emerge from their winter slumber. The branches grow tiny seeds, and cones, and nuts: promises of life. Our little corner of heaven is trading in the cold whites of winter for the vibrant greens of spring. And in turn, Taos County has traded in its optimistic "green" for the lively and much-sought-after "turquoise" status.

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The exhibit "Stitched in Sovereignty: Contemporary Beadwork from Indigenous North America," at the Couse-Sharp Historic Site in Taos, takes place on the ancestral homelands of and adjacent to the contemporary, federally imposed boundaries of Taos Pueblo.

The Turquoise Gala is one of the biggest events on the Millicent Rogers Museum calendar. Among the art exhibits and special events, the institution on the hill above El Prado hosts …

Quintessential Taos views surround the sprawling Anderson family cattle ranch in Arroyo Seco. The proper home was once filled with impressive paintings, tapestries and sculptures. The middle …

Artistic expression and energy transformation are one and the same in Raphael Vega's shamanistic world view. He goes so far as to say that shamanism originally gave birth to dance, music, singing, …

There is something about gold, silver and turquoise that people in the Southwest can't get enough of. This was the case once again in the People's Choice award for best of jewelry in the 16th annual …

Steve Bond is one of the tour guides at Turquoise Tours. The Taos Plaza and surrounding areas are some of the most popular destinations.

This year’s holiday items at Claireworks are the “Feliz” necklace and earrings in sterling silver and turquoise, with “Starry Night” ring in sterling silver with turquoise inlay. Owner Claire Hay will donate 50 percent of the sale of this …