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O.E. Pattison left his mark on the Taos Ski Valley long before the first skier arrived. A loop road bears his name. His family still owns more than 1,200 acres in the high country that includes …
By Cindy Brown |
10/6/17 10:02 AM
The mid-1700s brought Spain face to face with all the challenges of controlling its frontier empire in the Americas from the natives — especially in Nuevo Mexico.
The Pueblo Revolt of 1680 …
By Andy Dennison |
10/6/17 10:00 AM
Approach any person who lives in Taos and ask them why they live here, and you will be likely to receive various responses. Most common among them will be: “My ancestors have always lived …
By Larry Torres |
10/6/17 09:59 AM
In August 1915, Vienna-born architect and Chicago resident Rudolf Schindler toured the Southwest, a trip that included stops in Santa Fe and Taos.
By Harrison Blackman - The Taos News |
10/6/17 09:49 AM
Over a century ago, my ancestors left White Oaks, Lincoln County, New Mexico, with all of their possessions looking to settle in the upper Rincon Valley.
By Donna Kout Ikard |
10/6/17 09:48 AM
Under a turquoise sky, casting a line into glassy, sparkling water is a serene start to a day before the rod bends and dances during a welcomed battle to land a catch. Traffic noise is miles away. …
By Tom Harper and Larry C. Kelley |
10/6/17 09:12 AM
There is a long standing tradition in Taos of painting a front door blue. The color blue of doors and window frames next to the soft beige and flesh shades of adobe create a unique and striking …
By Robert Cafazzo |
10/6/17 09:10 AM
Once seeing Autumn Borts-Medlock’s signature design in pottery, it shouts out among all other Native American potters’ designs. Her curvilinear, art deco style is as unmistakable as a …
By Virginia L. Clark |
10/6/17 09:09 AM
Preservation of folkloric music and dance of the Southwest, particularly that of Northern New Mexico and southern Colorado, is one of the key cultural missions of Sociedad Protección …
By Virginia L. Clark |
10/6/17 09:07 AM
Photographs are illustrative, undeniable records of family, friends, places and events that one day become an important part of history. From the 1940s to mid-1970s, one man was busy recording weddings, taking family portraits and snapping his camera's shutter around Taos.
By Scott Gerdes
10/6/17 09:03 AM