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Only in Taos: 12 unique merchants for your shopping pleasure

Coyote Moon John Dunn House Shops (575) 758-4437 squareup.com/store/coyotemoontaos Hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. daily Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is alive and kicking at this … more

Vintage treasure: The beauty and history of true ‘old pawn’

“Old pawn” jewelry has a special story to tell. Much like the traditional and ancient cultures of the Southwest, vintage American Indian jewelry holds against its heart a great legacy and … more

Barrancos Blancos: Mound of mystery, symbol of New Mexico geo-diversity

“You see those cracks?” My grandfather would exclaim every … single … time … we traveled to Española, Santa Fe or Albuquerque from Taos. “Many men have … more

Admirable works: Total Arts Gallery, the oldest art spot in town

Next year, Total Arts Gallery will be 50 years old, making it the oldest, continuously occupied, owned and operated art gallery space in Taos. Situated on one of Taos’ “gallery … more

Artful places, notable faces: The museums and historic homes of Taos

Taos has no shortage of colorful and influential characters who have made their mark. If you’re an art and history hound, then be sure to explore the following places that helped solidify Taos … more

Taos’ claims to fame: They’re famous, but are they ‘gente’?

Chances are, if you’ve put Taos on your Southwest itinerary, you already know the famous names linked to this mountain mesa with the river riven through it: Kit Carson, Georgia O’Keeffe, … more

Walking in their footsteps: Discover Taos’ Historic District

Just about anywhere you walk in the heart of Taos you will find yourself immersed in the history of this place and of the Southwest. A majority of the most important historic sites in Taos are easily … more

The art of design, the influence of a place: The emergence of Pueblo Revival architecture in New Mexico

In August 1915, Vienna-born architect and Chicago resident Rudolf Schindler toured the Southwest, a trip that included stops in Santa Fe and Taos. Schindler, a protegé of Frank Lloyd Wright, … more

The Village of Angel Fire: A valley of honor and resort fun

Angel Fire is cool, comfortable, even tranquil in the summer, and opportunities for fun are plentiful with summer art exhibitions, chamber music, free outdoor summer concerts, art/farmers’ markets, movies in the park, shopping, birding, wildlife tours, horseback rides, sightseeing at nearby ghost towns, and so much more. more

The Town of Red River: Alpine beauty and coolness to boot

No doubt about it, Red River’s changed through the years but the most striking thing about this small community is the way it hasn’t changed. Generations still come, year after year, to … more
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