November is taoStyle’s Birthday Month and Robby Romero was there when it began.
I was going to title this post “Queen Elizabeth”, but thought it might be too confusing to those who don’t know her.
These days few are aware of the literary origins of the Burlesque tradition, which began in England during the Victorian Era.
The New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors has a very cool and informative project in the works.
Elizabeth Burns has a second book out.
Lots of women have asked me about the safety and logistics of women traveling (to Taos) alone.
Not too long ago Taos Valley was still relatively isolated from the rest of the country, a charming but remote mountain village.
I almost feel as if it’s sacrilege to say anything about this man of letters, but I do have a story to tell and reason to say farewell.
These days, summertime in Taos means concerts in the park, on the mesa and the mountain!
Patricia Michaels has been invited to show an Haute Couture Collection in Paris, in November of this year.
There are tamales and there are tamales.
We’ve had a heat spell up here in the High Desert so I thought I would do a series of posts about ways to cool off as you explore Taos and its environs.