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A visit to City of Rocks State Park puts me in mind of Jonathan Swift’s 18th century satirical novel, Gulliver’s Travels. During a recent visit, I couldn’t help but feel like the book’s Lilliputians, the tiny people who “capture” Gulliver — a giant to them — who washes up on their shores. Except in this case, I am the Lilliputian surrounded by the park’s jumble of massive rock formations: boulders, hoodoos, and pinnacles, some soaring 40 feet in height from … Read More
Living the Dream: Taos Ski Valley’s David Norden Talks | By Snowsports Journalist Daniel Gibson | This week we sit down with Taos Ski Valley’s CEO David Norden to talk about how the pandemic is affecting them, their future development plans, their relationship with the Village of Taos Ski Valley, his concerns over global warming, and other issues. Plus, we take a look at regional conditions at the end of the story — hugely improved after this week’s multiple storms. … Read More
Times have been tough for many people since the COVID-19 pandemic changed our lives. Some have lost their jobs while healthcare workers and first responders have faced unexpected challenges. One Santa Fe-based restaurant company has, despite their own challenges, decided to focus on helping others. Santa Fe Dining, which owns restaurants such as Maria’s New Mexico Kitchen Restaurant, Rio Chama Prime Steakhouse, and the new Hidden Mountain Brewing Company, has brightened the days of thousands of healthcare workers, first responders, … Read More