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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."
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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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This week on New Mexico in Focus, Gene and the Line Opinion Panel dig into Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s 2022 State of the State Address, analyzing the Governor’s stated priorities, and what she may have left out. Now that the state has a significant budget surplus, the Governor is calling for aggressive action on several fronts, including teac…
 
The New Mexico legislature gets together en masse once a year, for 30 days in even-numbered years. With such a limited time to meet, their primary duty is to create a budget for next fiscal year. However, the governor has added to the legislative agenda, and among her priorities are making the state a future hub for hydrogen energy, creating a “Med…
 
On this week's podcast interview Paul sits down with Albuquerque City Councilor Dan Lewis. They discuss the big changes that happened last election and what it means for Albuquerque. They talk about some of the major issues facing New Mexico's largest city including crime, homelessness, and the need to lower taxes and make the City a better place t…
 
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about an RPNM lawsuit to challenge the new Congressional redistricting maps, the partisan changes reflected in the new maps, the filibuster rule in the U.S. Senate, the federal voting rights bill, the confused mind of President Biden, Russian aggression on the world stage and how the narrativ…
 
Virginia Grise, Adela Licona and Kemi Sijuwade-Ukadike in conversation with Colette LaBouff explore the following questions: what is possible beyond the play, how to make art accessible to audiences, what should administrative support for artists look like, and what is art in the time of diminishing democracy? Finally, how do all these questions re…
 
If one thing’s constant in this pandemic, it’s that things are constantly changing. It’s hard to keep up with quarantine requirements, school schedules, work-life, and public health updates. Now, with the omicron variant, COVID-19 is spreading like never before. This week on the podcast, New Mexico’s top doctor once again joins Chris and Gabby to a…
 
Joining host Stephen Spitz this month is Don Hancock, Director of the Nuclear Waste Program for the Southwest Research and Information Center (SRIC). We will discuss the proposed expansion of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in southeastern New Mexico. WIPP is the nation’s only deep geologic long-lived radioactive waste repository. Its missio…
 
On this week's podcast, Paul and Wally begin by noting that the Foundation's recent interview with Dr. Deane Waldman was censored by Youtube. The Foundation is currently working to find another video hosting site to host interviews and discussions. A new report from Yahoo News via the London Telegraph indicates COVID was both man-made AND leaked fr…
 
COVID-19 cases are surging since the introduction of the new Omicron variant. Officials from UNM Hospital and Presbyterian Medical Services update the public on the impacts of Omicron on their daily operations and specifically Emergency Rooms. Our Line panelists also react to those warnings about longer wait times for minor health issues and the gr…
 
Political correspondent Gwyneth Doland previews the upcoming legislative session with Senate President Pro Tem, Mimi Stewart. Senator Stewart lays out the Democratic agenda and gives background on some of the key issues scheduled to come up starting January 18th. Host Gene Grant also catches up with former State Rep. Alonzo Baldonado after his rece…
 
On this week's podcast Paul sits down with Dr. Deane Waldman. Deane is a former pediatric cardiologist at UNMH in Albuquerque. In addition to practicing as a medical doctor, he has an MBA and writes regularly on health care issues on his website. Paul and Dr. Deane talk extensively about COVID and how the medical establishment failed over the last …
 
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the American Legislative Exchange Council’s report card, the dead last ranking of Gov. Lujan Grisham and poor showings for New Mexico’s economic and executive policies, welfare dependency and education. Steve also addresses population shifts in certain states, school shutdowns nationwid…
 
COVID cases at record levels in New Mexico. More than 4,000 cases for the first time EVER. Lujan Grisham extended the universal indoor mask mandate yet again on Friday. Only WA, OR, CA, HI, IL, and NM have universal indoor mask mandates. SCOTUS heard case on Biden COVID mandates. The ignorance of several justices, especially Sotomayor was striking …
 
**Content warning: This week's episode contains discussion of a graphic crime that may be unsuitable for certain ages or hard to listen to. Listener discretion is advised. On August 24, 2016, 10-year old Victoria Martens was murdered in her Albuquerque apartment. That night, three people were arrested in connection with the crime, including the gir…
 
Nikesha Breeze, a multidisciplinary artist, shares their recent visual and performing work. From a collaborative performance in Blackdom, New Mexico, to a collection of paintings, Breeze’s latest works center Black bodies, where Black pasts become re-informed by Black futures.
 
Amber Vasquez is an arts educator and advocate who works constantly to remove barriers for school children to participate and create in the performing arts. She talks with us on how integrative arts inform the whole person.
 
Parker Williams is a bioclimatologist who studies drought and wildfire in the western United States. He spoke with correspondent Laura Paskus about today’s ongoing drought and how it compares and contrasts with droughts in the ancient past. The two also talked about wildfire in the West and how climate change and warmer temperatures affect fire sea…
 
The Line Panel reacts to the most recent updates from the Department of Health on the Omicron variant. Early data seems to suggest it is a milder version of the virus, but spreads at more than 3-times the rate of the Delta variant. As we wait for more data to give us more information, how should the public react? State lawmakers are getting set to …
 
On this week's interview, Paul talks to Carla Sonntag. Carla is CEO of the New Mexico Business Coalition, a pro-business activism group that works on public policy in New Mexico. Paul and Carla discuss the Coalition's activities and the issues it covers. Specifically, Carla and Paul address the Coalition's interest in energy issues from the oil and…
 
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the anniversary of the January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol, the Democrats’ fear of Donald Trump, a false claim of Islamophobia, how the media manufacture and manipulate stories, the worsening COVID record of President Biden, more blue states shutting their schools, why Gov. Lujan Grisha…
 
COVID cases are at record levels nationwide seemingly due to Omicron. Paul's family recently got COVID. Here's what he experienced. On Friday SCOTUS will hear cases challenging the Biden vaccine mandate. A national media figure FINALLY makes the case against covid lockdowns and their impact on kids. Happy 2022. What is going to happen in 2022? Las …
 
Happy New Year! So...what's ahead for 2022? This week, Chris & Gabby are forecasting what they expect will be a few of the biggest news stories over the next year. Recreational cannabis is months away from public sales. Tim Keller is sticking around as Albuquerque's mayor, but he faces a new council that could have a different say in the city's age…
 
In this episode we share thoughts on the Environment as we enter 2022, with guests from past Our Land episodes. In addition, we share part of a recent conversation with the new director for the Cannabis Control Division, from our sister podcast, "Growing Forward". Subscribe today, wherever you get your podcasts! --- Send in a voice message: https:/…
 
This week on New Mexico in Focus, we wrap up our annual countdown of the top 10 stories of the year that was. We're joined once again by a special Line opinion panel of journalists from across the state as they offer thoughts and reflections on these defining moments. This week it’s stories #5-#1. The Line opinion panel: Julie Ann Grimm, editor and…
 
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about President Biden’s mismanagement of international tensions, the global persecution of Christians and the growing political divide in the United States. Steve breaks down key points made in the book American Harvest by Marie Mutsuki Mockett. This episode also contains a speech delivered b…
 
For most of 2020 and on into the first half of 2021, it was a quiet time for most of New Mexico's music scene. Amid the pre-vaccine era of the pandemic, public health orders kept mass gatherings and live shows from happening. The state went more than a year without live music in all major venues and most small venues. That put a massive strain on n…
 
This time on New Mexico in Focus, we go back to class to separate fact from fiction when it comes to inflation. Dr. Janie Chermak from the UNM Economics Department helps host Gene Grant understand what exactly inflation is, and what's driving our current spike in prices for everyday items like milk, bread and gasoline. Are the soaring prices just a…
 
This week on New Mexico in Focus, we bring back an annual tradition on the show, the countdown of the Top Ten stories of the year. A special Line opinion panel of journalists from across the state offers thoughts and reflections on these defining moments. This week it’s stories #10-#6. The Line opinion panel: Julie Ann Grimm, editor and publisher, …
 
On this weeks' podcast conversation, Paul interviews New Mexico State Rep. Larry Scott (R-Lea County) about the recently-completed redistricting session. Paul and Larry talk about the new maps for Congress and the Legislature that Democrats in the Legislature pushed through and what those maps mean for New Mexico. Paul and Larry also discuss the re…
 
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the new partisan redistricting maps signed into law and how those maps reek of gerrymandering, Donald Trump and the January 6 riots, new developments in the JFK assassination, the influx of people moving to red states, the crime wave hitting San Francisco, the Biden vaccine mandates for…
 
We talk with Melinda Morgan who has a long resume, including the current Director of the Sustainability Studies Program as well as the author of The End of Sustainability. We have a lot of fun and learn a lot discussing things including how communities can be resilient, what it means to move past sustainability, and how to define the Anthropocene. …
 
We could all use some good news stories, and as 2021 comes to a close, that’s what we’re focusing on in this week's episode of the New Mexico News Podcast. Two of KRQE News 13's veteran reporters, Brittany Bade and Jami Seymore join Chris and Gabby to talk about some of the most memorable and positive moments they got to cover this year and the peo…
 
This week, we wrap up Season 3 of the podcast with a grab bag of topics. For starters, we introduce you to the state's first ever Director of the Cannabis Control Division. Kristen Thomson has spent years in the industry, mostly in Colorado, as a lobbyist. Hosts Andy Lyman and Megan Kamerick find out why she wanted to take on this job, and how she …
 
On this week's podcast conversation, Paul and Wally discuss the rise of Omicron and how it is driving concern and "lockdown" rhetoric in the Biden Administration and other large organizations. So far Gov. MLG has NOT embraced new policies in addition to her ongoing universal indoor mask mandate. Wally and Paul share their thoughts on the apparent "…
 
The synthetic drug fentanyl is wreaking havoc on the state of New Mexico, specifically the city of Albuquerque, becoming the number 1 drug driving crime in the state’s largest city. The Line opinion panel weighs in on what can be done to control the rising number of users, and overdoses. Plus, the mindset parents should take when discussing the rel…
 
With redistricting decisions very much in flux, the Line Opinion Panel explores the issues standing in the way of New Mexico lawmakers. Will legislators truly consider the input of Tribal Nations, and if not, what could the legal ramifications be? Panelists give their take on that, and the possibility of Albuquerque being split into three separate …
 
On this week's podcast conversation, Paul sits down with Jennifer Rivera, MA Ed. Jennifer is the Executive Director of Estancia Valley Classical Academy which is part of Hillsdale College's Barney Charter School Initiative. Jennifer is a return guest and we discuss what makes her charter school unique, the fact that the school just received a 5-yea…
 
Last week saw the final runoff votes in Albuquerque's City Council races. Wally and Paul discuss the results and the fact that another "lame duck" city council meeting on December 20 could result in a generous TIDD for UNM. The special session is still going on in Santa Fe. What's the status of those maps? Paul and Wally discuss. An issue regarding…
 
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the passing of Bob Dole and his impact on America, Jussie Smollett’s conviction for staging a hate crime, the U.S. Supreme Court allowing the Texas abortion ban law to continue and other key cases facing the conservative High Court, Sen. Mitch McDonnell and the debt ceiling and the cont…
 
2021 has been a year unlike any other for homicides in Albuquerque. In August, the city broke the record for the most homicides logged in a single year, which used to be 81. By December 1st, 104 people have died of homicide in Albuquerque in 2021. What's fueling this year's surge in violent crime? Are criminals being held accountable? This week, Ga…
 
Wildlife doesn’t adhere to borders – that's the message from an urban ecologist as Environment Reporter Laura Paskus explores the animal life in New Mexico cities. She asks how humans can coexist with foxes, coyotes, bobcats and raccoons, and more. This special episode features video and images from viewers around New Mexico who shared information …
 
The Line Opinion Panel dives into the special legislative session on redistricting. Could Albuquerque be split into multiple districts? And what could that mean for representation in rural areas? Panelists share their thoughts and concerns as we await a final decision. The Line Panel also reacts to the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission’s deci…
 
Let’s Talk New Mexico 12/9 8am: New Mexico relies heavily on government for employment, but like other sectors the state and cities are having trouble with staffing. We’ll ask state and local policy makers and researchers what we can do to compete while other Southwestern cities and states seem to be doing better. Is government work on your radar o…
 
On this week's interview, Paul talks to Dean Stansel, PhD. Dean is a professor at the Bridwell Institute for Economic Freedom at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He is the lead author of the Economic Freedom of North America Report for 2021 which is published by the Fraser Institute, a free market think tank based in Canada. Paul and Dean d…
 
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