Monthly Archives: October 2015

San Francisco de Asís Church: faith, mystery and a labor of love

El enjarre Photo and story originally published in Taos News The San Francisco de Asís Church is the heart and soul of the Ranchos community. It is also a National Historic Landmark and one of the most photographed and painted … Continue reading

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Frank and Nancy Zinno: bound by love and scones

Nancy Zinno finishes a batch of scones Photo: Katharine Egli Image and story originally published in Taos news Taos Farmers Market vendors and habitual customers will readily point to the booth manned by Frank and Nancy Zinno when asked about … Continue reading

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The Mabel Dodge Luhan House: still a living, breathing artistic hub

Originally published in Taos News Photo: Katharine Egli Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1991, the Mabel Dodge Luhan House is more than a historical place: it is a living, breathing haven for all creative types. Inspiration is everywhere, from … Continue reading

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