Monthly Archives: July 2013

Five Taos public restrooms

  Detail of the Taos Mercantile bathroom door Taos architectural style has gotten national and international recognition. The massive vigas, high beams and thick adobe walls are often mentioned when talking about local dining halls, hotels and shops. In all … Continue reading

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Mudd-N-Flood: exploring the outdoors in style

  The owners Mudd-N-Flood Mountain Shop is a small store with a broad appeal. Among their loyal customers are outdoor enthusiasts who go there to buy camping and rock climbing equipment, tourists that need hats and good walking shoes, local … Continue reading

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The Business of Beauty: A Better You

Dr. Marshall Reich and his wife Debra Reich came to Taos 12 years ago, looking for a town with a slower pace. Before, they had lived in Colorado, where Dr. Reich was in private practice. They decided to open A … Continue reading

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Station 316 Café: not just a burger joint

Looking for a challenge Orlando and Yvette Ortega, owners of the popular restaurant Orlando’s New Mexican Café, opened up a new venue on May 8th. The couple of restaurateurs needed a new challenge, said Ortega, adding that Orlando’s mostly “runs … Continue reading

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Horse Feathers changes owners, retains charm

Lindsay Enderby and  Charly Mabry Horse Feathers’ specialty has always been cowboy things —antiques, collectibles, furnishings, hats, boots, tack, and anything with western flair. Its one-of-a-kind items are as popular as former owner Lindsay Enderby. He managed the store with … Continue reading

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Voices from the Fiestas

Photo: Tina Larkin. Reina and princesas The theme for the 2013 Taos Fiestas is “Welcome! Our community is your home.” This warm welcome starts at home, en casa, and extends to visitors and locals alike. Three members of the Taos community, and … Continue reading

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Deliberately Fit: a fitness hub in the middle of town

Photo: Tina Larkin There is no excuse for not staying fit in Taos. A new fitness center, Deliberately Fit, owned by Rosa and Brannon Badeaux, opened its doors last June. This is the only gym in town with 24-hour access, … Continue reading

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