Monthly Archives: October 2016

A second chance at romance

Where there was fire, ashes remain, an old Spanish saying goes. Sandra “Zandi” Richardson and Runno Sarv proved that rekindling the flame isn’t that difficult, after all. Originally published by Taos News (Taos Wedding Guide) Photos courtesy of Zandi Richardson Richardson and … Continue reading

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Cooking with your hands, your mind and your heart at Ranchos Plaza Grill

Taos-born and raised Adam Medina grew up in a family that loved to cook. “My father was a chef and had a catering business for many years,” he said. “I often helped him so my culinary training started early.” Story … Continue reading

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Bienvenidos a Taos

A classic ski resort, a historic art colony, a paradise for outdoorsy adventurers like river rafters and balloonists… Recently chosen by USA Today as one of the 10 Happiest Towns in the West… “A state of mind,” as D.H. Lawrence … Continue reading

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Biscochitos: a traditional New Mexico treat

  The name comes from the Spanish word bizcocho used in its diminutive form, biscochito. But there is nothing “diminutive” about these spicy, anise-flavored cookies. They are utterly satisfying, and, like so many delicious treats, loaded with carbs. Their main … Continue reading

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Aztec Dancers: Centuries-old tradition alive in Taos

Every July, right at the start of the Fiestas, a group of Aztec dancers perform in front of the St. Francis de Assisi Church in Ranchos de Taos. Story originally published in Raíces, Taos News A symphony of color, music … Continue reading

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Sisters in business: Northern New Mexico Women’s Networking Group

  The Northern New Mexico Women’s Networking Group was started by Angelina Romero, who, after relocating to Taos seven years ago, saw the need for an organization like this one. Originally published in Taos News “It has been my dream … Continue reading

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Focus of Taos group is nature-storytelling connection

Taos-based conservation platform wins two awards Founder and president Tara Waters Lumpkin Photo credit: Debra Denker, courtesy of Voices for Biodiversity  Story and pictures originally published in Taos News Connecting nature and people through storytelling Voices for Biodiversity, a Taos-based, community conservation … Continue reading

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