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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 ...
 
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I Love New Mexico

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I Love New Mexico

Bunny Terry

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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 ...
 
Brava serves as a platform in which women, inclusive of LGBTQ communities, will finally be highlighted and valued for our contributions to the community. We are guided by intersectional feminism and the belief that our time is here, it is now, and together, we must speak.
 
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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New Mexico and The Vote

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New Mexico and The Vote

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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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We hear a lot about drugs like opioids, fentanyl and meth in New Mexico. But another substance is involved in more deaths than all of those drugs combined: Alcohol. It kills New Mexicans at a higher rate than anywhere else in the country, but laws taxing or limiting alcohol have been tough to pass. On the next Let’s Talk New Mexico, we’ll discuss a…
 
Paul talks with Carol Wight of the New Mexico Restaurant Association about the current state of the restaurant industry. They discuss how the industry fared through the challenges of COVID-19 as well as the post pandemic challenges of inflation, difficulty in finding workers, the impact of new regulation and more. They also discuss federal and stat…
 
At the end of July, West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin finally stopped holding up a climate, energy and tax package. The Inflation Reduction Act is a huge bill that some say, if passed, could transform America’s policy on climate change and energy. As luck would have it, we already had New Mexico Senator Martin Heinrich coming into the NMPBS studio …
 
Julia Reinhard Lupton teaches English at the University of California, Irvine, where she co-directs the New Swan Shakespeare Center and serves as Interim Director of the UC Humanities Research Institute. In this conversation with Colette LaBouff, Lupton shares how her academic and community work explores connections between William Shakespeare and …
 
We spent months across spring and summer talking about the impact of wildfires in New Mexico. After record breaking blazes, many of the state's rural communities are now dealing with what they've feared: massive flooding in areas with burn scars. New Mexico's largest fire on record, the Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon Fire has left many people wondering w…
 
Welcome to our new podcast, "I Love New Mexico." 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 B…
 
This week marks the end of our fourth season of Growing Forward! Time has definitely flown by over the course of the last two-plus years, and we appreciate all the support and listenership during our initial seasons. We'll be back again later this Fall as we kick off Season Five. In our final episode of this season, though, we took our show on the …
 
Laura Paskus, Executive Producer of "Our Land: New Mexico's Environmental Past, Present, and Future," on NMPBS talks with U.S. Rep. Melanie Stansbury, D-NM, about her three water bills that passed the U.S. House of Representatives for inclusion in the Wildfire Response and Drought Resiliency Act. At the end of July, just as Stansbury's bills were m…
 
Another education study, another dead last result for New Mexico. The latest is from Wallethub. Paul and Wally discuss this report and other findings on New Mexico's poor educational performance. The ABQ Journal is right that poverty and low literacy are linked, but what are we spending all that money for anyway? Is more time in the classroom the a…
 
Host Lou DiVizio recaps a weekend of events in Albuquerque, including the main event of TedxABQ. If you'd like to watch or listen to the facebook live interview between Gene Grant and Teresa Robinson, you can do so here: https://fb.watch/eE2uh1CNCL/ Our Land Executive Producer Laura Paskus talks with Clifford Dahm, professor emeritus at the Univers…
 
Let’s Talk New Mexico 7/28 8am: Inflation has been the top economic news story recently with monthly reports showing prices up more than 9% year-over-year. Wages were going up last year too, but now the economy’s future is feeling less stable. Company profits are expected to drop and some corporations have announced layoffs. As the Federal Reserve …
 
On this week's Tipping Point conversation Paul talks to GOP Secretary of State candidate Audrey Trujillo. Paul and Audrey discuss the role of Secretary of State in New Mexico and what the occupant of that position can/should do with and without the Legislature. They discuss the Secretary's role in elections and preventing election fraud, address re…
 
Senior Producer Lou DiVizio updates you on the headlines impacting New Mexicans right now, including an announcement from the state's Children, Youth and Families Department on changes coming to the agency. Then, Gene Grant and the Line Opinion Panel weighs in on a new boom in oil and gas revenues and the delicate process of trying to spend that mo…
 
Governor candidate Mark Ronchetti has released his economic plan. Paul and Wally discuss. RGF was quoted extensively for a national article (along with NM legislators) about how the war on energy could impact New Mexico's budget. The latest unemployment numbers are out and despite dropping again, New Mexico's rate remains the highest as it has been…
 
Dr. Sharon Erickson Nepstad is a Distinguished Professor of Sociology at the University of New Mexico. Her research spans the globe focusing on social movements, non-violent movements, and the role of religion, specifically, Catholicism, in social movements. In this conversation we hear about solidarity organizations founded by missionaries in Cent…
 
You've probably already noticed a "dip" at the pump, as gas prices have been coming down in New Mexico over the last few weeks. But still, with fuel hovering around $4 a gallon, higher food costs, shifting interest rates, and more, just about everything seems to be costing more these days. When might we see a change for the better? Is this the time…
 
Senior Producer Lou DiVizio digs through the controversy surrounding a new committee at the state’s Children Youth and Families Department. He asks Sec. Barbara Vigil why the first two meetings of the steering committee were been closed to the public, and how she plans to help the department regain community trust. Plus, Lou catches up with the wat…
 
In the latest Tipping Point interview Paul talks to returning guest Larry Behrens who handles communications for the pro-energy group Power the Future. Paul and Larry discuss the current energy situation with President Biden having been to Saudi Arabia pleading for more oil, what Biden COULD do to bring prices down, what is going on in Texas with t…
 
As the January 6th hearings come to a close, the fallout from the Capitol riot and lies about the 2020 presidential election are continuing to influence New Mexico politics. From the actions of state politicians who joined in the effort to overturn the 2020 election, to calls for greater voter restrictions, to the Otero County Commission’s refusal …
 
On this week's conversation Paul and Wally discuss the fact that Gov. MLG has again renewed her health emergency (which expired on July 15). The new order expires in mid-August. The ABQ Journal editorial board recently expressed some valid concerns about the Gov.'s continued use of her emergency powers. Virgin Galactic announced plans to build thei…
 
Written in 1770 by André Grétry, Silvain, is restaged in the 19th century American Southwest through Opera Lafayette’s interpretation. Written in 1770 by André Grétry, Silvain addresses land right issues between peasants and landowners back in 18th century France. Opera Lafayette’s current production sets the plot in San Luis Valley, CO and the con…
 
**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. It’s been six years since one of the most heinous crimes in Albuquerque. But finally now in 2022, a jury is hearing arguments in the case against the only person to go to trial f…
 
Lori Saitz is the CEO of Zen Rabbit, an award-winning writer, speaker, and broadcaster, and a nationally recognized expert in using gratitude and meditation to manifest goals faster. The most difficult thing she’s ever done is leave a 22-year marriage, that experience inspired her transformation. She’s now on a mission to guide Gen-Xers to a place …
 
On this episode of New Mexico in Focus the podcast, host Lou DiVizio recaps the headlines impacting New Mexicans at the start of the week. Gene Grant conducts a conversation on new drought research showing evidence that drought feeds heat, and vice versa. The panel explores the implications this may have for New Mexico and the southwest as a whole.…
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs down some of the biggest headlines impacting people in New Mexico this week. Then, Gene Grant hosts a discussion about how the recent reversal of Roe V. Wade could impact the race for Governor here in New Mexico. One of the key questions is whether or not the issue will drive turnout for democratic voters. This week, the Nucle…
 
On this week's conversation Paul sits down with New Mexico real estate owner Doug Peterson. Doug will be moderating a panel discussion on crime issues on Thursday, July 14. Through his Peterson Properties company Doug owns and manages large amounts of commercial real estate in and around the Albuquerque area. He has been active in calling attention…
 
The state-by-state economic data are in for the first quarter. New Mexico's numbers are not pretty. There was an interim committee hearing recently about tax policy. Legislators also discussed user fees for electric vehicles as a way of getting them to pay for road use. Last week the governor unveiled two new electric vehicle charging stations in S…
 
Tina Cordova, the granddaughter of a resident of Tularosa during the first atomic bomb, is the co-founder of the Tularosa Basin Downwinders Consortium, an organization that seeks to bring attention to the victims of the first nuclear blast. Music Credit: The Reckoning by AERØHEAD: https://soundcloud.com/aerohead Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 U…
 
It's no secret that communication has moved online. So too has crime. But perhaps to your surprise, it has taken the police a long time to figure out how best to address that connection. Within the last year, Albuquerque Police launched a new digital investigative unit, formally called the Digital Intelligence Team. With just three full-time, civil…
 
In our most recent episode, we explored the challenges Native American Tribes and Pueblos face when trying to get into the cannabis industry in New Mexico. Because the plant is still federally illegal, Sovereign Nations are finding creative ways to get in on the business, including the two intergovernmental agreements Governor Michelle Lujan Grisha…
 
Hue-Chan Karels is Chef-Owner of Open Kitchen, a unique culinary concept that celebrates the kitchen as the center of sensory pleasure, healthy living, community, learning and creativity. Hue-Chan’s passion for the culinary arts is only surpassed by her desire to bring people together through shared food experiences and share her knowledge and reci…
 
On the latest Tipping Point interview Paul sits down with past guest Katharine B. Stevens, PhD of the newly-formed Center on Child and Family Policy. Katharine is an expert on early childhood issues including pre-K and other programs aimed at improving the lives and outcomes of young children. New Mexico voters will be asked to vote to tap into the…
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs through the top headlines in New Mexico, including changes coming to the state's Public Regulation Commission. Plus, an update on the deadline DWI crash that killed a mother and two children in Wagon Mound. Later in the show, correspondent Gwyneth Doland talks with Ellie Rushforth, reproductive rights counsel for the American …
 
On this week's podcast conversation Wally and Paul discuss New laws that kick in as of July 1 in New Mexico including a slight gross receipts tax reduction, near-elimination of the Social Security tax, and military pensions tax, but also the new mandatory paid sick leave. Long a leader in education reform, Arizona has just embraced universal Educat…
 
Bob Arellano is a Cuban-American author, musician, and educator. Arellano’s literary production includes pioneering work in electronic publishing, graphic-novel editions, and six novels.
 
Since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade, states across the country have responded in different ways. Abortion remains legal in New Mexico, but the Supreme Court decision may have opened the door to a lot of new legal challenges in the state. Are employers protected if they help women travel for an abortion? How might this impact health …
 
Julianne is a “MOM CEO” and life and career coach. As CEO of her family, as well as her coaching practice; she has moved her family 13 times across four continents. Back in the United States, with an empty nest, Julianne decided to embark on a career and became a Professional Career Life Coach. Julianne developed this keepsake journal to draw on he…
 
Corrales resident Sandra Postel is the winner of the Stockholm Water Prize, considered the Nobel Prize for water. We are honored that she will be our guest. Host Stephen Spitz will begin the discussion with Ms. Postel’s latest book, Replenish—the Virtuous Cycle of Water and Prosperity. Further discussion will include: will there be enough fresh wat…
 
On this week's podcast interview Paul talks to Chris Talgo, Senior Editor at the free market Heartland Institute. The main topic addressed is "ESG." ESG stands for "Environmental Social and Governance" which are social credit scores assigned to corporations, supposedly for their corporate behavior in relevant areas. Not surprisingly, ESG is yet ano…
 
Compacts are a term you may have heard connected to Tribal gaming operations like casinos. They are agreements that Sovereign Nations make with a State government, and often include revenue sharing between the two entities. And now, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham recently announced intergovernmental agreements with two Pueblos related t…
 
Paul and Wally begin by discussing the political implications of the Roe v. Wade decision for New Mexico and the Gov’s race. Will it prevent a "red wave?" 10 years ago Chief Justice John Roberts handed down a convoluted decision upholding "ObamaCare" in the NFIB v. Sebelius decision. Rep. Leger Fernandez “finally” updates her website after RGF call…
 
David Rocchio is an attorney, writer, and Emmy-nominated filmmaker. Through his organization, Stowe Story Labs, David provides opportunities for people to break into film, advance their work, and break down industry barriers. Stowe Story Labs is currently partnered with the New Mexico Film Office in launching a new training program for emerging New…
 
Nearly three months after the flames sparked, the Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon wildfire is still burning. A recent federal report outlined how the prescribed burn, started by the U.S. Forest Service, became New Mexico’s largest wildfire. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden has promised that homeowners who lost everything will be compensated fully by the fed…
 
We welcome Tiffany Dowell Lashmet back to the podcast as a great friend and a fan favorite. It's great to catch up with Tiffany, so see how she and her family are doing and what she is grateful for lately. Bunny and Tiffany continue to discuss the beauty of writing your own story and going against the mold of what might be expected of you. Thanks f…
 
On this episode of New Mexico in Focus the podcast, host Lou DiVizio shares new action from Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham on abortion access. The Line Opinion Panel reacts to the recent developments in Otero County where commissioners have voted to certify its primary election results. That’s after a lawsuit from the Secretary of State, and an or…
 
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