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"By Design": Santa Fe style

"By Design": Santa Fe style

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Taos Pueblo have been continuously inhabited for some 1,000 years. CBS News

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"By Design": Santa Fe style
Taos Pueblo have been continuously inhabited for some 1,000 years. CBS NewsFor our special broadcast titled "By Design," Charles Osgood has left our studio to hit the trail . . .the Santa Fe Trail:It is a luminous landscape in northern New Mexico. Mountains and streams, canyons and hilltops, allbathed in a special light -- La Luz, as the Spanish call it.This is the homeland of the Pueblo Indians, builders of America's original high-rises. The mud-an--straw (or adobe) brick homes of the Taos Pueblo have been continuously inhabited for some 1,000 years. It has been designated a World Heritage Site by the United Nations.St. Francis Cathedral in Santa Fe.CBS NewsIn 1610, the Spanish established their colonial capital nearby, a town dedicated to the holy faith of St. Francis: Santa Fe.The end of the fabled trail of pioneer days, Santa Fe is today the oldest state capital city in ournation. And if its earth-tone structures hark back to the Pueblo originals, well, that's by design. Almost a century ago, city fathers mandated use of the style all over town, predicting -- accurately,as it turned out -- that it would be good for the tourist trade.Today, even fast food outlets and big box stores are clad in Santa Fe style.
 
CBS NewsBut at day's end, the man-made pales in comparison to something larger here . . . something thatbrings so many back to this land under the sun: the beauty of nature, a grand design indeed. Among the sites and locations featured in our broadcast:Canyon Road -- A guide to local artists' galleries and other attractions.Canyon Road at Paseo de PeraltaCBS News
 
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum -- Open since 1997, and dedicated to the artistic legacy of O'Keeffe and to American Modernism.217 Johnson StreetSanta Fe N.M. 87501Play VideoSunday MorningDancing Flamenco at the Santa Fe OperaThe Maria Benetiz Institute for Spanish Arts' Flamenco Youth Company, along with guitarist JoaquinGallegos, expand the boundaries of traditional...Maria Benitez Institute for Spanish Arts -- Non-profit dedicated to preserving and teachingtraditional Hispanic dance, music and visual arts.1604 Agua FriaSanta Fe, N.M. 87501Thanks to guitarist Joaquin Gallegos, and to the dancers (Janira Cordova, Mikayla Garcia, JaylenaLujan, Alexandria Martinez and Brianna Montijo) who gifted us with their performance.Museum of Indian Arts & Culture -- A premier repository of Native art and culture.710 Camino LejoSanta Fe, N.M 87504Santa Fe Opera -- The company, founded inhttp://www.purevolume.com/listeners/grandiosekeepsa20/posts/991515/Financial+Bloggers+and+Information+Asymmetries+in+the+Stock+Market+by+Gregory+D.+Saxton%2C+Ashley+E.+Anker+%3A%3A+SSRN 1957, is recognized as presenting one of the world's leading opera festivals. (Here'sinformation on their 2014 season.)301 Opera DriveSanta Fe, N.M. 87506Santa Fe Plaza -- The downtown center hosts Indian and Spanish markets and annual cultural

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