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RITA TODACHEENE, RAISED IN TOHATCHI, is a forensic photographer working for the Albuquerque police. She also sees dead people. Both skills come in handy when she’s called to the scene of a grisly…

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In Praise of New Mexico Churches

IN HISTORIC CHURCHES OF NEW MEXICO TODAY (Oxford University Press, 2017), Frank Graziano travels throughout the state to detail the history of churches and the people who care for them today…

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Vintage T-Bird Lands in T or C

THE TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES MUNICIPAL AIRPORT guarantees you can see a shooting star. Not the kind from outer space, but a vintage Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star that once zoomed through the skies at 600…

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Five Things to Do This Weekend

1 Shop local. New Mexico Artisan Market Hotel Albuquerque hosts the New Mexico Artisan Market this weekend, where you can shop goods created by more than 100 of the state’s coolest makers. Tinwork…

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New Mexico Ski Directory

Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski Area Enchanted Forest is New Mexico's largest full-service, cross-country ski, and snowshoe area featuring a full rental and retail shop, lessons for all ages and…

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Five Things to Do This Weekend

1 See billboards as urban art. This is the last weekend to see Soul of a Nation , a public art installation in Albuquerque developed by artist Jodie Herrera and the national SaveArtSpace. Focused on…

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Adobe Churches Face Challenges

SUNBAKED BRICKS OF MUD WERE an easy building material for Spanish colonists, who erected churches atop stone foundations and then plastered the walls with more mud—reapplying it when rains washed it…

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