Monthly Archives: November 2014

Aponi Kai and the business of modeling

Originally published in Taos News Though you may not know Aponi Kai in person, it is very possible that you have seen her face. She was the image for Gertrude Zachary Jewelry, displayed on billboards and on the side of … Continue reading

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Laugh yourself healthy: the many benefits of Laughter Yoga

Photo: Katharine Egli Story and images originally published in Taos News Do you think you have nothing to laugh about? Try a session of Laughter Yoga and you may change your mind. “Laughter yoga, as an established practice, was developed … Continue reading

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Las Pistoleras Cultural Institute to host poetry reading

Originally published in Tempo, Taos News Culture, food and feminine power are the themes of the poetry reading “In this kitchen breathes a sensuous woman.” The event has been conceived to empower community and familial identity. It includes poetry by … Continue reading

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Final Eyes: old-world skills, new-age technology

Originally published in Taos News Barbara Scott, owner of Final Eyes, an editing, proofreading and typography service, started early in the business. “I began in 1981,” she said. “It was just a type house and all I did was typography, … Continue reading

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From Habanera, a portrait of a Cuban family

The novel is available in Amazon here Weddings, las bodas…The name conjured up visions of satin dresses, white flowers, Wagner’s wedding march and monumental cakes. But the “special period” had changed that too, scaling down the celebrations. Newlyweds were allowed … Continue reading

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The Coffee Spot—long hours, strong coffee and friendly staff

Eric Tate and his daughter, Augusta Kyna Nellie Tate Originally published in Taos News There are many reasons why The Coffee Spot has stayed busy and successful since Eric Tate bought it in 2010. “One of them is that we honor … Continue reading

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Storytelling show to benefit SOMOS and Metta Theater

Originally published in Tempo, Taos News Writing is serious business, as most writers know, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun as well. Lit Up Writers is here to prove it. The inaugural comedic storytelling event will be held … Continue reading

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