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Mexican, Asked

Gustavo Arellano on Hispanics, chile and panocha

Features Gustavo Arellano wears many hats. Or in his case, sombreros: alt-weekly editor, author, feather-ruffler and perhaps his biggest claim to fame, the mastermind behind the ever popular syndicated column ¡Ask a Me...

Wednesday, November 6, 2013 Enrique Limón

Black in Santa Fe

Small population, overlooked stories

Features It’s self-evident: the New Mexico black population is small.  Black New Mexicans—whether African, Caribbean, or black American—comprise less than 3 percent of the people living in the state.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 Darryl Lorenzo Wellington

Walmartians

Sleeping Overnight on a Sea of Pavement

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013 Justin Horwath

Vapor Trail

E-cigarettes gain popularity and avoid regulation

Features The fall day is cloudless, calm and temperate. I’ve just finished a great meal on the patio of a popular café not far from the Plaza. An espresso is en route, and now, there’s only one thing left

Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Jeff Proctor

Our Spy

Up close with Valerie Plame and her new novel

Features Valerie Plame gets annoyed when she sees female characters in books and film come across like “girls as props.”

Tuesday, October 1, 2013 Joey Peters

The Good, the Bag and the Ugly

Plastic bag ban to take effect in February

Features To the uninitiated, the desert exists in the imagination like something from a dream: dust and sky and stars and cactus and faceless cowboys and campfires, and—beyond that—the void of a place never before s...

Tuesday, September 24, 2013 Mia Rose Carbone

After the Bomb

Working for peace from Hiroshima to NM

Features HIROSHIMA, Japan—Modern day Hiroshima is a bustling city nestled between rivers. Its many streets and shoulder-to-shoulder buildings contain a full spectrum of residents from businessmen to schoolchildren.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013 Janica Kaneshiro

Enough Nurses?

Union says Christus management plans are hurting patient care

Features On July 6, during the day shift in Unit 2100  at Christus-St. Vincent Regional Medical Center, a nurse cared for two patients labeled high acuity—medical parlance for seriously ill.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013 Justin Horwath

Hard Harvest

Picking New Mexico's green chile is no picnic

Features The first workers start getting up a little past midnight to prepare for another day in “el field.” About 100 men sleep on the floor of the rooms and hallways in the Sin Fronteras Organizing Project shelter...

Tuesday, September 3, 2013 Joseph Sorrentino

American DREAMers

As immigration reform moves to the forefront, DREAMers say much work remains to be done

Features Like other young adults trying to make ends meet, LuzHilda Campos works two jobs, pays taxes, and tries to have a little fun on her days off. This June, the Mexican-born waitress boarded a plane at Albuquerque...

Wednesday, August 21, 2013 Peter St. Cyr
 
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