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NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS is New Mexico PBS' prime-time news magazine show covering the events, issues, and people that are shaping life in New Mexico and the Southwest. Hosted by Gene Grant, NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS takes a multi-layered look at social, political, economic, health, education and arts issues and explores them in-depth, with a critical eye to give them context beyond the "news of the moment."
 
On Where We Meet, we share stories reflecting the human experience, weaving connections of space, place, land, and time from New Mexico and beyond. Thoughtful interviews and conversations about the richness of the histories, traditions, borders, art, movements of change, and beauty connected to New Mexico. Where We Meet comes from Taos Center for the Arts in Taos, New Mexico, and is supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations e ...
 
Bunny has been writing a blog called I Love New Mexico for over 13 years but now she wants to bring it to you via audio medium through this new fun podcast! We’ll talk with all sorts of New Mexicans – maybe a celebrity, author, and public figure or two, but mostly just locals from your hometown and Bunny's, people who know where to get the best green chile cheeseburger and which books to read and how to find the well-stocked thrift store or raft the wildest stretch of river. Someone who reme ...
 
Chairman Steve Pearce has a weekly statewide radio broadcast on Network New Mexico. He will be discussing critical issues that are important to all of us living in the wonderful state of New Mexico. Please share with your contacts and spread the word about the weekly broadcast and the important issues and events taking place Inside New Mexico. Real Issues. Real People. Real New Mexico.
 
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What did women's suffrage look like in New Mexico? Journalist Megan Kamerick dives into the past in this new podcast featuring a lineup of noteworthy guests. New Mexico and the Vote is part of a project in conjunction with PBS's American Experience, "The Vote" airing on New Mexico PBS on July 6th and 7th at 8pm.
 
Yee-Haw!! The Pony Rider Boys are on the move again! This time they are on their way to Bluewater, New Mexico, ready for whatever adventure they can find. But this time, trouble spots them on the train. Will the Pony Rider Boys be able to handle whatever comes their way? (Summary by Ann Boulais) Previous book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in the Alkali Next book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in the Grand Canyon
 
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There will be two debates for Gov. While all debates are important, this one is especially so as MLG has so few details about her future plans. The first debate will take place Sept. 30 and will be hosted by KOB-TV. The second hourlong debate is being hosted by KOAT-TV, along with the Journal and KKOB Radio, and is set for Oct. 12. Opinion piece ru…
 
When law enforcement talks about crime these days, there’s often one drug that’s mentioned over and over again. Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid that’s been used to treat patients with severe pain, but it’s also illegally manufactured, sold, and trafficked into the U.S. on a massive scale. The drug is highly addictive and deadly, as highligh…
 
You can't love New Mexico without loving New Mexico beer! And in our opinion, Santa Fe Brewing Company is the best beer in New Mexico. On this episode, Brian Locke tells us how it's done and how his company tires to honor the culture and heritage of New Mexico in SFBC. Make sure to listen to this one with a cold one near by! Links Santa Fe Brewing …
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs through the top headlines to start the week, including news New Mexico State Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto has been removed from his position as chairman of the New Mexico Finance Authority interim committee. Then, Gene Grant and the Line Opinion Panel talk about the other recent developments in the sexual harassment accusations ag…
 
New Mexico is experiencing its worst drought in more than 1000 years. Available surface water has already decreased by one-quarter and is forecast to significantly decline. To make up for this, groundwater pumping has increased, but since much more water is being used, than being replenished, it’s unsustainable. What does this mean for the average …
 
A recent study ranked New Mexico as the most deadly state in the nation to be a pedestrian. Albuquerque came in second for the number of walkers killed per capita on the metro area's roadways. On this week's Let’s Talk New Mexico, on Thursday, Sept. 1, we’ll take a look at why it’s so dangerous to commute by foot and by bike in our state.…
 
Dante Biss-Grayson is a Native American Veteran from the Osage Nation, clan Eagle. He is an artist, poet and fashion designer. After learning about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women epidemic , Biss-Grayson sought to inspire others, give them strength, pride, hope, empowerment, and resilience through his work on his fashion house, Sky-Eagle …
 
On today's episode, Our Land Senior Producer Laura Paskus talks with author Erica Gies about the slow water movement. In her new book, “Water Always Wins: Thriving in an Age of Drought and Deluge,” Gies writes about how development choices and centralized infrastructure have exacerbated the water extremes many regions of the world are experiencing …
 
On this week's interview Paul talks to New Mexico Rep. Larry Scott, a Republican from Hobbs. Larry and Paul discuss hydrogen and the negatives of the hydrogen hub concept. While Larry does not describe himself as an "opponent" of the concept, he expresses concern about the massive subsidies necessary for hydrogen to be a significant energy source. …
 
On this week's conversation Paul has had a busy week of travel to Dallas and Atlanta. He fills the listeners in on what he's doing out of State. A new poll gives MLG a healthy lead, but the more interesting thing is how some of the issues and demographics break down (scroll to the bottom of the story). For example, MLG’s social media gives the impr…
 
Daniel Barela is the president of the Taos Historic Museums and a third generation Spanish Colonial woodcarver. David Fernandez de Taos is on the board of the Taos Historic Museums and is a writer and speaker with a rich spiritual life. The two discuss what it’s like to oversee two historic properties in Taos and the upcoming Old Taos Trade Fair.…
 
It is one of the biggest issues facing New Mexico's largest city. Thousands of people are living on the streets and depending on where you live, you might have a widely different view on how to deal with it. This week on the podcast, Chris and Gabby take a deep dive into Albuquerque's problem with homelessness, speaking with the man guiding policy …
 
If you live in New Mexico, and love New Mexico merch, then you've probably seen some of the amazing FS2 Supply designs. Bunny interviews one of the owners and the designer, Eric Griego about his New Mexico based company. Along with his New Mexico story and the best place to get chicharrones (or how to make your own) Eric shares what's coming up nex…
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs through the top state headlines, including news that lawmakers plan to take up alcohol taxes in the upcoming 2023 session. Then, Gene Grant talks through the U.S. Forest Service's decision to end a ban on prescribed burns. Gene and the Line Opinion Panel debate if this is the right time and if new precautions are enough to pre…
 
On the first of a two-part "pro/con" interview series on the "hydrogen hub" concept Paul talks to George Sharpe, Investment Manager for Merrion Oil and Gas in Farmington. George is a longtime fixture of the Four Corners oil and gas industry and he supports the idea of a hydrogen hub while recognizing the reliance on subsidies and numerous unknowns …
 
Last week, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, D, joined Our Land Senior Producer Laura Paskus in the studio to talk about some of the state’s most pressing environmental issues. In the conversation you'll hear, the two discuss New Mexico’s devastating fire season, a private company’s plans to store more nuclear waste in the state, the military…
 
On this week's conversation Paul and Wally take a look at the forward looking agendas of gubernatorial candidates Mark Ronchetti and Michelle Lujan Grisham for New Mexico's education system, MLG doesn't have any (she literally doesn't lay out ANY priorities): Economy. You can compare Ronchetti's education plan with MLG's Furthermore, MLG claims she…
 
New Mexico chile is part of the fabric of the state, a source of pride and joy. However, local chile farmers have been dealt a tough hand in recent years. Between the pandemic, labor shortages, drought, and shifting economics, some growers are changing the way they do business. Is the state’s chile industry in jeopardy? KRQE News 13's Investigative…
 
Bunny and Johanna talk about their top five (for now) places they've never been in New Mexico. You may be surprised what places two native New Mexicans have never been before! Have you been to any of these places? Do you have a "New Mexico bucket list" you'd like to share? Reach out at ilovenewmexicoblog@gmail.com Links: I Love New Mexico blog page…
 
This week on the podcast, host Lou DiVizio runs down the top headlines impacting New Mexicans, including the announcement from the U.S. Forest Service on prescribed burns. Then, Gene Grant and the Line Opinion Panel talk through the historic ruling that removes Couy Griffin from his position as Otero County Commissioner, and bars him from holding f…
 
Gene Grant speaks with two leaders at an Albuquerque nonprofit, dedicated to giving unhoused people life-saving resources. The representatives from the New Mexico Harm Reduction Collaborative share their perspective on the root causes of homelessness and the recent debate around homeless encampments. Host: Lou DiVizio Correspondent: Gene Grant Gues…
 
On this week's interview Paul talks to Albuquerque area ophthalmologist Kenneth Adams about New Mexico's doctor shortage. We discuss what attracted him to New Mexico from Texas in the first place. What keeps him here? What are some things that make New Mexico an unattractive state to practice medicine in? What could make things better? Don't miss t…
 
On this week's conversation Paul and Wally discuss President Biden's dark and disturbing speech against Trump and his supporters Gov. MLG spends $10 million capital outlay dollars for a new abortion clinic in Southern NM: Also, while Paul reiterates that RGF takes no position on abortion in New Mexico, he frames this move within the context of a ne…
 
Host Lou DiVizio previews the week ahead at New Mexico in Focus, and runs through the top state headlines impacting New Mexicans. Gene Grant hosts a discussion with our Line Opinion Panel about new polling in statewide races that shows Democrats with big leads. Gene and the Panel also assess the dire situation in Las Vegas where ash and wildfire de…
 
Tamra Carraher is a writer, editor and artist. In 2014, she started an independent press, Alexandria Quarterly Press, which would publish collections of written and visual art. In recent years, the format shifted to the publication of books, supporting specific artists’ projects, including collections of poems or short stories. Carraher’s own poetr…
 
First the pandemic, then massive wildfires, dangerous flooding – and now a dwindling water supply. Residents in northern New Mexico haven’t had much time between crises to recover. Ranchers have cut down on herds due to fire damage and water shortages, while homeowners and local businesses are doing what they can to conserve. Adding salt to the wou…
 
Kendra Loring is the owner of Enchanted Equine Adventures, a south valley small business. Enchanted Equine Adventures, LLC was founded in 2012 by Kendra with the support of her family. Kendra utilized all the ABQ small business resources available to find a way to start EEA. We hope her story will inspire you and motivate you to take a chance on yo…
 
New Mexico is in the middle of one of its most devastating fire seasons to date –– with the largest wildfire in the state’s history scorching hundreds of thousands of acres of land. This week on Let’s Talk New Mexico, we’ll discuss year-round forest management practices designed to stop fires like these from happening, a controversial planned burn …
 
On the next Let’s Talk New Mexico we’re looking at what’s next after Roe v. Wade was overturned and we want to hear from you. What concerns or questions do you have about the role of New Mexico in a post-Roe world?Megan Kamerick
 
In this conversation Paul talks to Sarah Jane Allen. Sarah Jane is involved in the formation of a new Moms for Liberty chapter in Bernalillo County. We discuss what the organization is trying to do and some of the important policies they want to address. Sarah Jane is also involved with New Mexico Alive which brings regular speakers from the State …
 
The ABQ Journal came out with polling for numerous races including Gov. These polls (and here) with RGF analysis here point to New Mexicans continuing to embrace the same policies and people they have for years. Can Ronchetti and other candidates close the gap? A new RGF opinion piece takes on NM's self-inflicted doctor shortage. As bad as this sho…
 
Tom Frouge is the founder and director of ¡Globalquerque!, “New Mexico's Annual Celebration of World Music & Culture”. ¡Globalquerque! takes place each September and includes educational workshops, a global dance party, an International Cinema Series with free film screenings, panels, food demos, and performances by local and international musician…
 
You may have heard about the City of Albuquerque’s unarmed civilian response team. Albuquerque Community Safety, or ACS, has a team of behavioral health responders who respond to mental health crises, homelessness calls, and wellness checks across the city. Nearly a year into the program now, is ACS making a difference? Chris and Gabby talk to ACS …
 
Anne Hillerman is an American journalist from New Mexico, and a New York Times best-selling author. The daughter of novelist Tony Hillerman, she continued her father's series of Joe Leaphorn-Jim Chee novels following his death, adding officer Bernadette Manuelito as a full partner in solving the crimes. Anne Hillerman is a guest Bunny has been so e…
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs through the top headlines in New Mexico, including news taxpayers could be on the hook for covering cleanup costs if PFAS contamination expands beyond the borders of Cannon Air Force Base. Then, Gene Grant speaks with Albuquerque's District 4 City Councilor Brook Bassan about her recent reversal regarding homeless encampments.…
 
Controlled encampments or safe spaces for people who are unhoused are becoming more common around the country as housing costs keep rising. In Albuquerque, the city council approved the idea then reversed course and passed a moratorium on them. In Santa Fe, plans for a safe space at the Midtown campus also hit opposition. On this week’s Let’s Talk …
 
The Biden Administration recently issued regulations attacking charter schools. The Rio Grande Foundation submitted comments against this attack, but we and other charter advocates were ignored. Caleb Kruckenberg is an attorney with Pacific Legal Foundation. He is suing the Biden Administration over this issue. Paul and Caleb also discuss the use a…
 
New Mexico has another very big surplus. What should and shouldn't be done with the surplus money? An opinion piece by one "progressive" legislator calls out their Democrat critics calling them ignorant or shills for the rich. We discuss. NM's unemployment rate dropped to 4.5% in July and MLG is taking full credit, but New Mexico's rate remains the…
 
Ray Sandoval, the Zozobra Event Chairman, tells us about the origin of Zozobra. Each summer, the gloom marionnette is carefully crafted, at once physically as a structure of wood, wire and paper, and metaphysically, by the gathering of people who contribute their gloom before they burn it to restore hope. Sandoval reflects, in this conversation, on…
 
After making a promise in late July, Albuquerque city officials finally closed arguably the most infamous city park. Right next to Third Street in the shadow of I-40, Coronado Park used to be a typical city park with a dog park and a skate park, too. But in recent years, the park turned into a homeless camp and an increasingly violent place, where …
 
We almost called this one "I Love New Mexico beer" because we talk about a lot of great NM breweries with our guest. But Patrick is really taking in ALL that New Mexico has to offer as a recent transplant (or TX as he taught us), including beer, food, hikes and learning to make ristras! How cool is that? Learn more about why you should love Albuque…
 
Host Lou DiVizio rounds up key headlines in our state, including an update on a temporary water treatment facility in Las Vegas, where ash and wildfire debris are contaminating drinking water. Then, in collaboration with New Mexico In Depth, an exclusive roundtable discussion on alcohol in New Mexico. Journalist Ted Alcorn and a panel of experts di…
 
Let's Talk NM 8/18 8a: Social stigma and taboos around addiction and alcoholism have fostered an abundance of misinformation For those with loved ones suffering from these diseases, that makes it even tougher to navigate the situation.Daniel Saindon-Montaño
 
In this week's conversation Paul talks to New Mexico oil and gas leaders Krista McWilliams and Emmons Yates. These two oil and gas industry leaders discuss the current economic and policy forces acting upon their industry. They share both the importance of the industry that provides our way of life and their expectations for the future. You don't w…
 
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