The newest bookstore in Taos is Taos Book Gallery, occupying a lovely space in the former Kit Carson House Shops at 117 Kit Carson Road.
“Where’s the Magic Shop?” I overheard a woman asking her friend as they strolled along Kit Carson Road.
Nathan Pellerin recalls hiking and meditating in the mountains outside of Santa Fe,( where he lived before moving to Taos) one day and getting the name and tag line FREQ – as in frequency – Change Your Vibration.
When Moby Dickens Bookshop closed its doors during the first week of July, there was a sense of collective mourning here in Taos.
Ed Sandoval, whom you met here on the blog as his alter ego, Zorro, is one of Northern New Mexico’s most accomplished and collected artists.
I’ve profiled Jen Weddle and her work here on taoStyle before, but her new pieces deserve more than a passing mention.
A cooks dream, this precious shop is tucked into one of the largest, sunniest spots in the John Dunn Shops.
After 29 years of bringing the highest quality natural, mostly organic food to Taos, Cid’s Food Market continues to grow and expand according to the needs of the community.
Haleigh Palmer, the owner of Golightly Cashmere, available exclusively online or at her two retail outlets, Chocolate and Cashmere in Taos and Santa Fe, is smiling.
When Kristian Moore bought Letherwerks from its original proprietor, Joel Wood, in 2006, it was one of the longest running businesses in Taos.