Just minutes away from the Taos Country Club and Golf Course, far from the bright lights of town, if you are a star gazer, there’s no better spot to watch the skies for signs of life.
In the era of airbnb, it’s easy to forget about the fabulous Bed and Breakfast Inns every town worth its salt, has to offer.
Bob Watkins was a long-time Taos resident, a gentleman, a scholar and one of the kindest and wisest people I ever met. He passed away yesterday.
Luminarias or farolitos?
November’s shorter days, colder nights and the aftermath of 2016’s U.S.Election make this the perfect time to curl up beside a roaring fire and escape reality with a good book or a good storyteller.
When Dennis Hopper passed away just a couple of weeks after his 74th birthday in May 2010, American Pop Culture lost one of its greatest iconoclastic figureheads.
Sometimes all a writer needs when the juices aren’t flowing, is a change of scenery to inspire a new point of view.
Robby Romero’s teens began a year early on his twelfth birthday here in Taos at the Mabel Dodge Lujan House. Dennis Hopper owned the house at the time and during his long residency there, his Mud Palace was the talk of the town. The stories still circulate all these years later.