Sunday, March 17, 2013

Birthdays, dinner, Shakespeare and KTaos

Yesterday March 16, 2013 there were two birthdays to celebrate!

Happy Birthday Sarah and Joey!

While Sarah was in Boston celebrating her's... Joey and I celebrated her's here in Taos.

Mexican food is a favorite of Joey's! On TripAdvisor she found one here right in Taos that had over 400 very favorable reviews! It was also highly recommended by an artisan that was set up out by the bridge! The Guadalajara Grill ( did not disappoint! It certainly was a place that the Spanish and Gringo locals frequented. The food was fabulous (even I have to say, not a huge fan myself of Mexican food)! I would go back!

The billing reads:


Three Men cover Shakespeare’s 37 plays in under two hours, what could be simpler? Watch as Teatro’s own Rich Greywolf, Adam Overley, and Scott Tennant -- with a little bit of dumb luck, and a whole lot of fly-by-the-seat-of-their-pants -- recreate for your viewing pleasure the splendour, grandeur, and sheer literary brilliance of the entire Shakespearean canon (and some sonnets too). Come early to get a seat in the front row, as some portions of the show require audience participation. After all, did you really expect three guys to get through all of Shakespeare without a little help from their friends? Just a hint: brush up on your Ophelia. March 15th, 16th, 22nd and 23rd at the UNM Harwood Museum of Art’s Arthur Bell Auditorium with a special performance at Dixon’s Toolshed on Thursday, March 21st. Tickets are $15 or $12 for Alliance Members, Seniors and Students. All shows start promptly at 7 p.m. A special opening reception to honor the beginning of Teatro’s 2013 season will be held opening night March 15th. For ticket reservations and more information please call 575.737.8574

And if you are in Taos next weekend go see it! More at

Then we went out to KTaos the solar powered bar ( and radio station for dancing. Do not miss this place if you are in Taos! 

Here is what it is all about:

KTAOS Solar Center
The KTAOS Solar Center is a nationally recognized live music venue that houses not only two of the region’s most popular radio stations but also a full service bar and restaurant called The Station Bar. The KTAOS Solar Center’s rocking recipe of world class live music, the ultimate mountain town location, the excitement of live radio broadcasts and delicious and affordable food and drinks are complemented by the large adjoining pavilion and rolling lawn with uninterrupted views of the majestic Taos Mountain.
A very cool place!
Happy Birthday!

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