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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.
 
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."
 
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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
ROSWELL'S BACK!!!! We're so excited to have our favorite show back, so join the hosts each week break it down! From the past to the present, we'll bring insight and more to each episode. Join us for character discussions, plot breakdowns, and insider news and gossip! Subscribe and Comment to stay up to date on all things Roswell 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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"Set in the scenic Ojo Caliente River Valley overlooking the majestic Jemez Mountains is the secluded and serene NOSA restaurant & inn. NOSA is an acronym for “NOrth of SAnta Fe” and also an old Spanish word for “ours” which speaks to the communal nature of a place to gather, dine and rest." Links NOSA website Follow NOSA on Instagram Bunny’s websi…
 
Host Lou DiVizio checks in and updates headlines in our state to start your week. Gene Grant speaks with the executive director of Common Cause New Mexico about a new poll from Research & Polling Inc., showing broad support for modernizing the state legislature. The two discuss potential changes like lengthening sessions, expanding legislative staf…
 
Today’s guest is the most famous comedian you have never seen and didn’t even believe existed. His name is Jack Handey (yes that’s his real name), and the name is undoubtedly familiar to fans of Saturday Night Live. Jack Handey, a long time resident of Santa Fe, is the person responsible for SNL’s consistently hilarious series, “Deep Thoughts”, alo…
 
On this week's interview Paul sits down with Elizabeth Stelle, Director of Policy Analysis at Pennsylvania's Commonwealth Foundation. The organization recently published a comprehensive study and ranking of state policies relating to public employment laws. The report, "The Battle for Worker Freedom in the States" analyzes state laws that either co…
 
In this week's episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve discusses energy independence and oil from Venezuela and how inflation impacted the 2022 elections. He also interviews Rep. Ryan Lane, New Mexico's new House Republican Leader. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/inside-nm/message
 
You could call it a mystery at the center of the Santa Fe Plaza. 155 years ago, a box of old relics from New Mexico's past was buried underneath what's become a controversial monument. Today, while the monument have been toppled, the relics under it have yet to be unearthed. KRQE News 13 Investigative Reporter Larry Barker joins Chris and Gabby thi…
 
On this week’s Let's Talk New Mexico, we look at what happens next now that voters approved a constitutional amendment to funnel more money from the Land Grant Permanent Fund into early childhood education and public schools.Kaveh Mowahed, Megan Kamerick
 
The City of Albuquerque rejected rent control legislation, but a bill will be introduced in the upcoming session. My opinion piece which ran in papers around the state over the last several days asks some pertinent questions. A scandal recently exposed by KRQE's Larry Barker involving New Mexico's capital outlay process illustrates why passing Amen…
 
Bunny talks to the women of "Discover Ag." Links: Discover Ag on Instagram Discover Ag podcast Elevate Ag on Instagram Find Natalie on Instagram Find Tara on Instagram Elevate Ag Bunny’s website Buy Bunny’s book on Amazon I Love New Mexico Instagram I Love New Mexico Facebook Original Music by: Kene Terry…
 
Host Lou DiVizio recaps some of the top headlines in New Mexico after the holiday weekend. Then, correspondent Antonia Gonzales speaks with the first Native American woman ever to travel to space, astronaut Nicole Mann. Antonia also catches up with a Navajo novelist to talk about her debut book, 'Shutter.' And, Antonia sits down with the newly crow…
 
NM gets low marks for economic freedom (again). Paul talked to KOAT Channel 7 about the unused State office buildings costing taxpayers $18 million annually. City of Albuquerque’s spending of $1 million on field transformation for United Soccer team. Shooting at UNM postpones basketball game. Thanksgiving prices are way up.…
 
Got a sick kid? You're not alone. Childhood illnesses are on the rise in New Mexico, and kids needing care are facing long waits. Doctors are facing a surge of patients with respiratory viruses at a time when staffing and hospital capacity are limited. Not to mention, parents might have some heightened anxieties about their kids getting sick on the…
 
Bunny talks to Lori Colt - Lori Colt Social Media Director for New Mexico State Committee National Museum of Women in the Arts, an organization that "champions women artists across New Mexico in support of the National Museum of Women in the Arts." If you love art and New Mexico (like I know you do!) you're going to love this episode! Links New Mex…
 
In this week's episode of "Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce," Steve discusses the importance of the state's oil and gas industry and the U.S. Interior Department's plan to eliminate hundreds of square miles in oil and gas production around Chaco Canyon. Steve also talks about some key GOP wins this past election, the new composition of Congress,…
 
In this week's Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce, Steve reflects on the 2022 election and breaks down key races. You'll also hear from New Mexico House Republican Leader Jim Townsend on the key legislative races. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/inside-nm/message
 
On this week's interview Paul talks to Fred Nathan the Founder and CEO of Think New Mexico which describes itself as a "results-oriented think tank whose mission is to serve all New Mexicans." The organization recently published a detailed and ambitious plan to reform New Mexico schools. While Rio Grande Foundation and Think New Mexico don't always…
 
Like everyone else RGF is interested in what happened in the recent election. Paul has some analysis here. Paul and Wally aren't the only ones waiting for something to happen at Spaceport America. A Chicago man recently asked for and received a refund from Virgin Galactic. Think New Mexico proposes education reform, we analyze their plan. RGF will …
 
The midterm election is over and as expected, there were some close races. A few contests for seats in the New Mexico House Representatives will go to automatic recounts. But not every one of them will. How are recounts handled? When does the state ask for one, and what happens when a candidate requests one? Who counts your ballot? This week, Chris…
 
If you love green chile, you're REALLY going to love this episode! Bunny talks to Rob Holland of 505 Southwestern Chile. Stay tuned for the end for some great recipes too. Links and Resources 505 Southwestern Brands Follow 505 on Instagram Bunny’s website Buy Bunny’s book on Amazon I Love New Mexico Instagram I Love New Mexico Facebook Original Mus…
 
Host Lou DiVizio updates developing stories from last week's election, including early plans from NM Democrats for the 2023 legislative session. Then, Gene Grant and the Line Opinion Panel dig into results from election day, starting with the Governor's Race. The panel debates the successes of the Governor's campaign and the failures from Mark Ronc…
 
Bunny Terry is the host of the I Love New Mexico podcast, but she is also an author, creator, coach, advocate and stage IV cancer survivor. On this bonus episode, Bunny shares more about her story on a very special anniversary. Bunny is also the board char for the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico. This organization's mission is "to help save lives …
 
On this week's interview Paul talks to Veronica Mayer Bryant of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. Veronica is Acting Director for Curricular Improvement at the organization which focuses on promoting Academic Excellence, Academic Freedom, and Accountability at America’s colleges and universities. Paul and Veronica talk about the state of…
 
Voting for the 2022 midterms is over and most of the races are decided. What were you watching in this election? Were you surprised by the outcomes? This week on Let’s Talk New Mexico, we gather a group of journalists to discuss how it all went down and what it means for the next two years in New Mexico as we look ahead to the 2024 election.…
 
Paul and Wally discuss the election results in New Mexico and nationally. What is the path forward for New Mexico and especially the conservative movement more broadly. We have a lot to discuss regarding the "Nation's Report Card" NAEP test and Mississippi's strong performance relative to New Mexico. And, while voters will likely approve Amendment …
 
The 2022 midterm election is finally here. Finally. We know. A couple of weeks ago, we covered some of the big races to watch for in New Mexico. This week on the podcast, we're taking a closer look at the dynamics of this election. Will voter turnout this midterm match President Trump's 2018 midterm election? What happened during President Joe Bide…
 
Jess Griego talks Bosque Brewing Company and Restoration pizza. You know Bunny is a beer lover, but she is also a lover of female owned business and business that promote New Mexico culture and pride. Lucky for us, Jess and Bosque do all that (and more)! Check out this episode and the links below for more about this fast growing, inclusive company.…
 
Host Lou DiVizio previews election day 2022 and rounds up NM headlines to start your week. Then, Gene Grant and our Line Opinion Panel analyze recent polling in statewide races for Governor, Attorney General and Secretary of State. Gene and the Panel also take a look at contradictory polling in the race for Congressional District 2. Will Rep. Yvett…
 
On this bonus episode of New Mexico in Focus the podcast, host Lou DiVizio introduces our final two candidate conversations of the 2022 election season. KRWG Public Media's Director of Content, Anthony Moreno, sits down with Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham to talk about a variety of issues including bail reform, climate change and education. Then, …
 
Constitutional Amendment #1 would increase funding for early childhood education and K-12 via an 11/4% annual distribution from New Mexico’s $25B Land Grant Permanent Fund (LGPF). Will this change educational outcomes? In Paul Tough’s NYT-bestselling How Children Succeed, he first introduced us to the research that shows that character strengths li…
 
Across the country homeless issues are critical. At a recent national conference Paul met Judge Glock, Senior Director of Policy Research at the Austin, TX - based Cicero Institute, a think tank that among other issues focuses on solutions to homelessness. Paul and Judge discuss the challenge we face and real-world solutions for the problem. You do…
 
On the next Let’s Talk New Mexico, we’ll discuss voters and voting. We’ll talk over the latest numbers for early and absentee voting and discuss what we can glean about voting trends through early voting, demographic changes in our region and what kinds of voting policies and voter education could help foster a stronger democracy.…
 
Judith Polich writes a climate change column for the Albuquerque Journal, and covers a wide variety of climate related topics. We talk to her about how to engage people in climate action, how readers respond to her articles, and of course the lightening round!Sandra West and Peter Heald
 
With a week to go before the 2022 election the ABQ Journal released their poll which has MLG up 8. There is another poll from Emerson that finds a much narrower race. The latest Emerson poll puts Herrell in the lead. The Journal has a fairly tight race between Michelle Garcia Holmes and Melanie Stansbury. Interestingly the Journal has Herrell losin…
 
Inflation rates are at the highest they’ve been in decades, and wages have not been able to keep up with rising costs in New Mexico. Between gas, food, and housing, there are still a lot of people struggling. So with midterm elections just one week away, which gubernatorial candidate has a better financial plan for the state? How do politics play a…
 
The Jean Cocteau Cinema has been a New Mexico staple since the 70's. It's recently been brought into the 21st Century by George R.R. Martin and the great people who work there now like Guillermo and Al. Listen to this episode to find out just why we love the Jean Cocteau Cinema so much! Links Follow the Jean Cocteau on Instagram Jean Cocteau websit…
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs through state headlines to lead off the show and introduces NMiF's latest round of Candidate Conversations. New Mexico in Focus Correspondent Gwyneth Doland speaks with District 3 Congressional Incumbent, Democrat Teresa Leger Fernandez. Then Gwyneth talks to the challenger in District 3, Republican Alexis Martinez Johnson. Ge…
 
On this week's interview Paul talks to Timothy Vermeer Senior Policy Analyst with the Center for State Tax Policy of the Tax Foundation, one of the oldest and most credible tax policy think tanks in Washington. Vermeer has spent time in New Mexico talking to the Legislature sharing good tax policies and encouraging legislators to take tax policy se…
 
It’s the season of chilling stories, midnight monsters and ghostly emanations, and we are here for it. On this episode of Let’s Talk New Mexico, we’ll be looking into why ghost stories are so popular no matter the time of year, and how they can encourage us to learn more about our city, our culture and our own family.…
 
A new poll from Trafalgar Group puts Mark Ronchetti in the lead against Michelle-Lujan Grisham. NM "lays an egg" in the latest NAEP education test scores. NM is dead last across all categories (4th grade reading/math & 8th grade reading/math). MLG and a left wing group are attacking Ronchetti's tax plans. But their critiques don't hold water. New M…
 
New Mexico's midterm election is just two weeks away. Ahead of the results, Chris and Gabby welcome back KRQE's Political Analyst Gabe Sanchez to the podcast this week. In an extended conversation, Gabe helps drill down into the biggest races to watch for on election night. Here's a list of the races we're talking about in this week's episode, in o…
 
We love a New Mexico story here just about as much as we love New Mexico itself. Blair Pollister is a native New Mexican with a great story and some great recommendations for anyone visiting Las Cruces, Logan or anywhere in between! Links: Turquoise By The Water Logan Chamber of Commerce Lavendar Farm Lecombes Winery La Posta - Las Cruces I Love Ne…
 
Host Lou DiVizio introduces the show and highlights top headlines in New Mexico. Then, New Mexico in Focus Correspondent Antonia Gonzales kicks off our series of Candidate Conversations, speaking with Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez. Antonia also speaks with the challenger for Navajo Nation President, Dr. Buu Nygren. Gene Grant and the Line Op…
 
While statues have been the targets of groups who have suffered hundreds of years of oppression, they are just objects that represent people and ideas that those with more power desire to memorialize. On the next Let’s Talk New Mexico we’ll discuss clashes over historical misunderstandings, the harm and hurt felt today from historical trauma, and e…
 
On this week's conversation Paul interviews Ben Lieberman of Competitive Enterprise Institute. Ben and Paul discuss federal and state efforts to micromanage how your homes are heated with new regulations from the Biden Administration pushing to make natural gas less preferable relative to electric heat pumps and other electrical options. Paul and B…
 
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