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“It all began when I gave a presentation about murals up at the Taos Ski Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center in 2019, where I met Mark White, and he asked if I could do a mural in …

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With a deep connection to the history of Taos, the home on Las Cruces Road mixes comfortable living with high Taos Style.

The home is located near downtown and is thought to be the first non-parochial schoolhouse in Taos, according to stories collected by the owners. Known as Sol y Sombra (Sun and Shadow) the home balances sunny outdoor patios with cozy indoor spaces.

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The Vallecitos, New Mexico artist Afton Love said her family name comes from a long line of “many Loves.” Afton is a coincidence between my parents. My grandfather on my mom’s side was born in Afton, Wyoming. My great grandmother and lots of great, great great aunts on my dad’s side are named Afton. Their heritage is Scottish and there is a river in Scotland called Afton that they named the ladies after. 

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We now know genetic memory is real. Epigenetics and brain science indicate we inherit the emotional experiences of our ancestors, and those experiences come to rest in our bodies and oral traditions. If an entire community undergoes the traumatic experience of conquest, colonization and loss of the land, trauma is both individual and collective.

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While Taos homeowners typically crave sweeping views, outdoor living areas and walls for artwork, in Taos Ski Valley it’s all about getting on and off the slopes easily, kicking back after shredding a million moguls, and being able sleep a LOT of people in a relatively compact home. 

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Outfitter James Duran saw a big red plume of smoke up Luna Canyon about 7:15 p.m. Saturday night (Oct. 17) and knew that meant trouble. He called his dad Martín Duran and they met out at the family's Luna Canyon Cattle Company ranch. The flames were visible above the canyon wall in an area that sits close to the border of Taos and Mora counties.

By Sunday morning the Luna fire had spread across more than 7,445 acres.

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Members of the local nonprofit Taos Initiative for Living Together (also known as TiLT) are asking members of the community for used plastics.

TiLT has been gathering clean plastic from members of the community to build a garden shed in Questa and are in need of more to finish the shed’s walls.

By Jesse Moyajmoya@taosnews.comA group in Taos is looking for a solution to the world's plastic dilemma.Members of Taos Initiative for Life Together (TiLT) have banded together to help repurpose old …