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89. In the depths of the Great Depression, President Roosevelt created the Civilian Conservation Corps to both provide relief jobs to unemployed men and improve the nation's historic and natural resources. The men of Camp F8N came from all over the country to live and work in our own Sandia Mountains, and their legacy remains visible today.…
 
We all have bad days, but most of the time they don't involve nuclear weapons. Our guest Roland Pentilla tells about the day Albuquerque came awfully close to nuclear Armageddon, as well as other military aircraft accidents that have been mostly forgotten. This is a long one, but jam packed with fascinating information!…
 
Okay, so we won't be able to show you the interior of this infamous UNM landmark, but we'll delve into its origins, the time it was set on fire 4 times in a single year, and how it served as the home base for a racist reign of terror in the 1960s.Ty, Nora and Mike
 
In this first part of our new series, we look back to different protests and periods of activism in Albuquerque's past. This episode features the anti-fascism demonstrations of the 30s and the, uh... anti-gray hat movement at UNM?Ty, Nora and Mike
 
We’ve never covered the Westside mass grave in detail at City on the Edge, mainly out of a desire to give it the time and attention it deserves and to do so in a way that doesn’t minimize the victims. In February of this year, however, local journalist Tierna Unruh-Enos launched The Mesa podcast, a series that focuses on the West Side crime site in…
 
Hey, this episode is available on our brand new youtube channel at bit.ly/cityontheedge! We chat with chile historian and author Dave DeWitt about the history and biology of green chile. Also, we find out a bit about Home Movie Day from our friends at Modern Albuquerque and Basement Films.Ty, Nora and Mike
 
We talk to Albuquerque the Magazine assistant editor Taylor Hood about his research into various historic homes in Albuquerque, from a bed & breakfast where spies passed secrets to the Soviet government, to a home built for the New Mexico governor when residents were sure that Albuquerque would be the state capital. We also delve into what happens …
 
We talk about the most famous WWII correspondent you've never heard of: Ernie Pyle. A beloved journalist who wrote about America's everyday stories before he went to war, Ernie Pyle's fame skyrocketed when he began covering the Western Front. So what's the Albuquerque connection? Listen and find out!…
 
We chat with Albuquerque native, journalist and author Rachel Syme--whose work can be found in the New Yorker, New York Times and other major publications--about how the rest of the world views Albuquerque and the impact of Breaking Bad.Ty, Nora and Mike
 
The latest episode of CITY ON THE EDGE is about a 1940 concert deep underground in the San Pedro Mine, near Albuquerque, featuring the first symphony orchestra ever conducted by a woman, and funded by a tycoon who built the Empire State Building and tried to overthrow the government with a secret corporate coup. Check it out!…
 
Part 2 of our look at the history of a forgotten town in the Manzano mountains. With the demise of the original village of Ojo Sabino, the area takes on a new identity as a silver fox fur farm. Also, a listener asked us about a weird noise in the Sandia mountains, so we give it our best shot to provide an explanation.…
 
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