Riding public transportation is habit-forming; at least, that’s what its advocates hope. There’s the opportunity to multitask and reduce stress, not to mention the potential for napping, American Public Transportation Association spokesman Mantill Williams says.
A group of New Mexico horse breeders and veterinarians plan to debate an issue May 11 that might have had the dolled-up ladies of the Kentucky Derby reaching for their smelling salts: a racehorse-doping controversy.
New economic data created to estimate living expenses in New Mexico suggests that new jobs created over the next decade won’t necessarily pay well enough to provide any New Mexicans with economic security, let alone Santa Feans.
At first blush, it sounds like the epitome of a frivolous lawsuit: A Santa Fe man sues Whole Foods Market, alleging he was hurt by flying boxes of mandarin oranges. But the allegations in this case, scheduled to go to trial next week, are more serious.