Do drop by frequently to see what our local bloggers are discovering they make the rounds covering the people, places, restarants, bars and visiting stars aqui en Taos!
This year, in keeping with its surroundings, the Austing Haus has undergone a facelift of its own and is re-opening after renovations on Thanksgiving Day.
We’re kicking off winter a day earlier than scheduled! Thanks to our state-of-the-art snowmaking equipment and cooperation from Mother Nature, Sipapu is the first ski resort to open in New Mexico—sixteen years in a row.
Hot on the heels of Burning Man, the Paseo Project Festival segues into Taos this weekend. I mention Burning Man… Read more »
This weekend the Paseo Project once again takes its Festival to the streets of Taos. Begun in 2014 by Matt Thomas and Agnes… Read more »
Summer in the city. Is the title of the blogpost I invited Suki Dalury to write. This is the first… Read more »
As if getting ready for the biggest Paseo yet were not enough to chew on, the Paseo peeps have loaded… Read more »
We are thrilled to announce we have teamed up with TravelNewMexico on Instagram to host the Visit Taos Photo… Read more »
The Taos Society of Artists was founded in 1915 and although it disbanded in 1927, the art and artists associated… Read more »
Taos’ Mystical Splendor Inspires an Active Glamping Experience All I can see is the wild sagebrush sprawl out across the… Read more »
I don’t recall how or where I first met Erin Currier, but I’ve been looking at her work since her… Read more »
The Harwood Museum show, Work by Women, would not be complete without the inclusion of one Taosena in particular. A… Read more »
Work by womenZoe Zimmerman was born on May 24 1965 in NYC. That same year another Zimmerman (Bob Dylan), released… Read more »
Work By Women, opens at the Harwood Museum of Art, on February 10th, and could not be more timely. Curated by Janet… Read more »
When Rachel Bell moved her salon, Shank, to a half empty block on the Paseo last year, a lot of people… Read more »
Located in the remote High Desert of New Mexico at an elevation of 7,200 feet above sea level, the poles which are two inches in diameter and around 20 feet high, are spaced 220 feet apart and have solid pointed tips that define a horizontal plane.Hard to get to, difficult to find.
April is usually a slow time up here in Taos, but not this year! WEED Day is an unofficial celebration dedicated to cannabis that is marked in various locations around the world every year. People gather to smoke or consume marijuana together, often using the occasion to push for the legalization of the drug.
As if providing the best playspace and toy shop for miles around was not enough, since taking on their non-profit status, Twirl has become a true force in our midst! Empowering the children of our community with knowledge gained via creativity and play, their 4th Annual Invent Event will take place on Saturday April 28th from 12 – 4pm at Enos Garcia Elementary School
We know better than anyone that wandering dozens of galleries, hiking and biking our jaw dropping trails and soaking in more than one thousand years of history can work up a serious appetite. Luckily, Taos is home to more than 60 independently-owned restaurants offering something for everyone, from the casual diner to the culinary connoisseur. .
Looking for a spring break getaway?Taos has it all, plus great weather, and when it comes to traveling with kids, this is as good as it gets, especially at this time of year. But chances are, you already know this and have your flight booked, lodging arrangements set, and are now counting the hours.
Taos’ Line-Up of Summer Bike Events and Trail Runs for the Adventure Traveler.
Stepping inside the centuries old building that houses the Two Graces Gallery in Ranchos de Taos, one feels as if one… Read more »
June 16 – August 4, 2019
Over 50 years of preparing young masters for the world stage and bringing superb performances to chamber music lovers.
Locals too, know that they can find unique gifts here, with no need to look anywhere else, be it for a wedding, birthday, anniversary or Christmas gift.
As Taos Ski Valley gets ready to open for the Season, I thought it a perfect opportunity to share this post. The third… Read more »
Long a tradition in these parts, All Saints and All Souls Day are observed with ritual and prayer as October comes to an end and November heralds the advent of Winter.
Elisabeth Brownell arrived in Taos in 1962, shortly after meeting Taos Ski Valley founder Ernie Blake at a Chicago Ski Convention, where she’d come from Milwaukee to work at the German Consulate.
One of Taos’ best kept secrets is about to be a secret no more! This chocolate, much like a fine wine, is to be savoured not inhaled.
108 Crows was what came directly out of my drawing challenge. A friend wanted me to paint a crow, so I did. And then another. And then another.
Born and raised in Santa Monica, California, Paul O’Connor has lived in Taos with his wife Tizia since 1989. Known for his portraits of… Read more »
There are several good reasons to have a destination wedding, especially one here in the Land Of Enchantment, where a sunny day is a virtual given.
Honestly, I’m still pinching myself that I was able to find as much help as I did in a place where I didn’t know anyone. Taos angels are real!!”
Behind the scenes at The Harwood Museum of Art, a few women are very busy making sure everything runs like a well oiled machine.
Shemai is the Manager of Marketing, Media and Memberships and brings her own deep New Mexican roots and incredible professionalism to her position.
I’ll begin with the wine, which is where he began, on his way to becoming one of the most inspiring entrepreneurial restaurateurs in Taos
Jimmy Murray’s Envision and Georgia Gersh’s Magpie are next door neighbors and on Saturday evening, you will be treated to… Read more »
The Harwood Museum of Art may be a centenarian but the new energy sweeping through its venerable hallways and galleries is deserving of our attention.
The museum is actively engaged with the community in regards to our children; their education and their future.
In a town not lacking in great coffee (we rival Seattle and NYC in my opinion), I’d had my share of excellent beans that day, not least of which, the one’s I’d brewed at home upon waking.
We currently have over 200 spices, salts and blends. We have a large curry selection and numerous whole chili pods from both Southeast Asia and Latin America as well.
As we talked about the changes Common Fire has gone through, it became clear to me that Andy Lynch is not only on his game, but also ahead of his time.
It’s that time of year again! The PASEO Project is back – a smaller version this year – centered on… Read more »
Between scaling steep ski slopes to jogging through aspen groves, mountain trail runs challenge participants with hard breathing climbs and free… Read more »
In Taos Ski Valley where the elevation soars and temperatures plunge, you can enjoy a break from intense heat and humidity and a chance to enjoy an inspiring setting and majestic vistas.
Bill Curry, he’s dined with paupers and kings, appeared in countless editorial and ad campaigns, on TV and in Film, yet he’s as unaffected as it gets.
There are tamales and there are tamales. But nobody makes tamales like Coyota – tamales unlike any you have tasted before, filled with magic and memory.
Joan Severance is helping to promote Fandango 2017, the annual Gala event to benefit Taos Historic Museums. Book signing by Joan, raffle and buffet.
It was perfection; medium rare, finished with the compound butter and served with julienne vegetables and a baked potato. Easily enough for two and at an unbelievable $17.95, the best kept secret in town. But not for long.
By Robert Cafazzo, Two Graces Gallery in Ranchos de Taos. 2017 1. Visit the Old Taos County Courthouse Mural room… Read more »
Experience a high altitude, Alpine Independence Day at Taos Ski Valley, on the Mountain, where the air is fresh and clean, cooled by evergreen breezes.
Cycling – Sitting Volleyball – Kayaking Clinics When: 11:00am – 2:00pm on Saturday, April 22, 2017 Where: Taos Charter School and… Read more »
Miguel Martinez was born and raised in Taos. The influence of women underlies all of the artist’s work and it’s not… Read more »
Cherie was leaving for NYC the following morning and had a million things on her agenda, but kindly took time out to talk to me about her new book, Diving For Starfish.
From paupers to Presidents, William Coupon has shot them all. And he’s lived to tell the stories. I remember William Coupon… Read more »
A Tasty Fundraiser for The PASEO in Taos When: 5:00PM to 7:00PM on Friday, February 10, 2017 Where: Chokola on… Read more »
Blog courtesy of taoStyle.net In the era of airbnb, it’s easy to forget about the fabulous Bed and Breakfast Inns… Read more »
Blog courtesy of taoStyle – Read more at www.taoStyle.net On the corner of Dona Luz, across from the Guadalupe Church,… Read more »
If you are planning on skiing Taos this winter, don’t miss ACEQ in the village of Arroyo… Read more »
As 2016 draws to a close, I find myself reflecting on the shattering impact this year has had on so… Read more »
Giving it back or paying it forward, tithing is living according to the Golden Rule that says the Universe… Read more »
If the Manzanita Market looks familiar, it’s because this little apple didn’t fall very far from the tree. Manzanita Market… Read more »
Winner of the 2016 American Art Awards for Best Gallery in New Mexico, Wilder Nightingale Fine Art is home to several talented artists.
Aventura’s vests, jackets and coats are as much about function as they are about form; cocooning the body with the cozy warmth of a favorite blanket.
I thought these pictures, by Bill Curry, of Patricia Michaels in winter with her partner James, were the perfect segue from Robert… Read more »
Mousse and bon bons aside, the emphasis at Chokola is definitely on the in-house production of the chocolate they make from the ethically sourced aforementioned beans.
Haleigh Palmer, the owner of Golightly Cashmere, available exclusively online or at her two retail outlets, Chocolate and Cashmere in… Read more »
Michelle McIntosh was born in Santa Monica and brought up in Malibu, Taos, Maysville, Kentucky (where her mother Ellie is… Read more »
Twirl is housed in a sprawling 150 year old adobe building in the heart of the Historical District in Taos…. Read more »
When I contacted Robert earlier this week regarding this profile piece on him, I asked if he had anything specific… Read more »
“I was born in Dodge City, Kansas, on a farm, in 1936. I followed the light changing on the horizon”… Read more »
2014 was a great year for Paul O’Connor. His acclaimed book Taos Portraits won in three categories including Best Book… Read more »
There’s a serene stillness that permeates Lenny’s work which is not surprising given that he views his photography as part… Read more »
Agnes Chavez is a Cuban-American multi-media artist and educator. Her work and vision is at the core of Taos’ celebrated,… Read more »
Tizia O’Connor’s Auromesa is an Ayurvedic Haven on Hondo Mesa.
Taos Blue celebrates 27 years on Bent Street this month!
The Michael McCormick Gallery has a new addition to its already impressive stable of artists.
Traditionally Caballero (translated from the Spanish), means a Knight or a gentleman, but here in the Land of Enchantment it also refers to an exceptional horseman.
Farolitas are lit all through town and if we are lucky, a light dusting of snow will grace us with picture postcard beauty.
Luminarias or Farolitos? No matter what you decide to call them, firelight is a major theme for the Holidays in the Land Of Enchantment!
Nancy’s considerable musical experience continues to inform her own creative passage and the uniqueness of Taos Chamber Music Group’s programming.
Angus MacDonald’s story reads like a novel. Born and raised in Marfa, Texas before Donald Judd arrived and staked out the town’s Art cred,
When Reynolds first came to Taos in 1969, fresh out of architecture school, there were only a few paved roads and a Piggly Wiggly grocery store on the Plaza.
Inspired and inspiring, these two remarkable members of our vibrant Art Community, Agnes Chavez and J Matthew Thomas have gifted Taos.
The founder of one of Taos’ best eateries, a working actor and a world-class chef, Chris is another reason Taos is so special.
And Patricia Michael’s unique vision is right on time in an era when Fashion more than ever before, celebrates individuality.
Rumor has it when Dennis was looking for a ranch to buy after making Easy Rider, it was Dean who suggested he look in Taos.
A native New Yorker, Richard graduated from Cornell University’s Hotel and Restaurant School before creating and managing several successful restaurants in the City.
This beautiful, chic young mother and entrepreneur, grew up here in Taos and managed the highly acclaimed Joseph’s Table, before opening The Love Apple.
A vaulted dining space off the lobby boasted a five-star culinary experience, but the space that really got people talking was the bar.
Born in New York City, for all her years here, Zoe couldn’t shake the NY vibe if she tried, but Taos is where her heart is.
Amber Vasquez is a true Taos Treasure. An accomplished dancer and choreographer, Amber is the Founder and Director of the Taos Youth Ballet.
The Palacio de Marquesa is in high demand for travelers to Taos, and rightly so. I left feeling pampered and rejuvenated.
Taos with its long and often fraught history is most definitely haunted and Melody is happy to show you exactly where these wraiths prefer to hang out.
Google him and you’ll have an “aha” moment. He’s appeared in many major motion pictures and films made for TV; Moore is the epitome of a working actor.
Home to The Adobe Bar and the famed Doc Martin’s Restaurant, The “Inn” as it is affectionately referred to by locals, is an historical landmark in Taos.
Speaking of interactive, we quickly got down to business on some of those Bites. First up, arugula/pear/ricotta with honey. Then charcuterie, cheese, cornichons, caperberries.
Taos Mesa Brewing’s original location (dubbed the “Mother Ship” by its owners), is housed in an old, converted airplane hangar, four miles east of the bridge on 64., and has been one of the hippest hangouts in Taos since opening in 2012.
When Dennis Hopper passed away just a couple of weeks after his 74th birthday in May 2010, American Pop Culture lost one of its greatest iconoclastic figureheads.
The Annual Taos Pow Wow is an incredible celebration of culture and tradition which brings together people of all the nations on this Turtle Island.
It is her love of geology, history and culture that sets her apart, and make her tours memorable.
Shree Yoga Taos has a roster of incredible Yoga instructors aside from Suki and Genevieve, both of whom you have met here today meet Clinton Joseph Murphy.