Aug 302015
2015 Fall and 2016 Winter Yoga Events in New Mexico

Share It! Each season lends a reason for retreating with yoga and fall and winter can be two of the best times. In the fall it is a beautiful time to get out and enjoy the nature of New Mexico while deepening your practice. In the winter, it is time to renew, shed the burdens of the past year, do some detox and refresh for the new year to come while getting rid of the holiday excesses. Below are the yoga events coming up this fall and winter, though some [Read More]

Aug 272015
Celebrate "Christmas in August " Millicent Rogers Museum, Taos

Share It! Celebrate “Christmas in August “and the printing of Susan Topp Weber’s beautiful new book, “Nativities of the Southwest.” Susan will make a presentation on the topic at 2 PM on Sunday, August 30 at the museum, and will be around to sign her books until 4 PM. Susan will also be bringing some wonderful Southwest nativities with her that will be for sale in the store that day only. Susan has owned Susan’s Christmas Shop in Santa Fe for more than 30 years. She’s previously written the popular [Read More]

Nov 192014
Taos, Especially Magical at Christmas

Share It! This remote village on a high desert plain is especially magical at Christmas, thanks to its rich mix of cultural traditions. Not to miss: historic Ledoux Street all lit up with luminarias (paper lanterns); the ceremonial reenactments of Mary and Joseph’s search for shelter, called posadas; and the dramatic American Indian Christmas Eve celebration that takes over the main square in Taos Pueblo. Plus, visitors can ski all day long on Christmas Day at Taos Ski Resort, 18 miles away. Near the town square, El Monte Sagrado Living [Read More]

Aug 152013
A New Renaissance for the Old West

Share It!A New Renaissance for the Old West  “The Silver Screen Finds a New Silicon Valley” by J.R. Beardsley & Paula Devlin Photo from the short film,  "Earthship," filmed in Taos at the Pheonix in the Earthship community. New Mexico is fast becoming the high-profile state for film with 7 already in the can for 2013 and 31 productions completed in 2012.  Understandably, many states are competing for production revenues but, with the recent 30% tax rebate incentive, state-of-the-art studios, film locations that could be anywhere in the world and over [Read More]

Feb 092012
Restaurant Weeks Return to New Mexico

Share It!Restaurant Weeks Return to New Mexico March 4 through April 1, 2012 2012 Event Now Welcomes Daytime Diners with Special Prix-Fixe Lunches The most delicious weeks of the year are back, with even more ways to experience the incomparable cuisine of Santa Fe, Las Cruces, Albuquerque and Taos.  New Mexico’s third annual Restaurant Weeks, March 4 through April 1, 2012, introduce the “Let’s Do Lunch” program, giving daytime diners the opportunity to feast on two- or three-course prix-fixe lunches as well as dinners.  Santa Fe Restaurant Week kicks off [Read More]

Feb 042012
Yoga Vacations in New Mexico

Share It!Yoga Vacations in New Mexico Practicing yoga is a fulfilling, life-changing experience and where better to fully experience the beauty and vigor of yoga than in enchanting New Mexico? The scent of fresh pine and sage permeating the senses, gazing up to deep blue skies while practicing your poses. Plateaus, mountaintops or fresh running rivers and streams, New Mexico can offer an exhilarating backdrop for your yoga practice or vacation. There are numerous ways to include yoga on your next visit to New Mexico: You can drop-in on most [Read More]

Jan 042012
New Mexico’s Top Five Destinations

Share It!Santa Fe, New Mexico Santa Fe, known as the City Different, the state’s capitol city, is also an international favorite hosting visitors from all over the world each year. One of the world’s largest cities for the arts, Santa Fe’s Indian Markets and galleries contribute to its unique shopping experience. Santa Fe’s central location makes it the perfect jumping-off point for day trips visiting nearby points of interest such as Los Alamos (famous for the Los Alamos National Laboratories), The Eight Northern Pueblos, the Enchanted Circle (Taos, Red River, [Read More]

Dec 212011
The Rio Grande Gorge and the Geology that Formed It

Share It!The Rio Grande Gorge and the Geology that Formed It By Linda Thompson Rio Grande Gorge ©Terry Thompson, (Taos, New Mexico) Spanish conquistadores discovered the mouth of the Rio Grande River in 1519. In the next 100 years they founded some of the earliest North American settlements along its banks. These explorers named the river El Río Grande, or 'the Great River.' However, it has been called many other names. The pueblo people called it Posoge, or P'Osoge, 'big river.' Shipwrecked British sailors crossed it in 1568 and [Read More]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...