Cover Stories

Railroad Photographer Martin Matlack

Railroad Photographer Martin Matlack

By Brian D’Ambrosio There was a tradition in Martin Matlack’s family that when each of the four children turned 11, they were bestowed with the gift of their first camera. Father George Matlack was a self-taught photographer and chemist who developed his own picture...

New Mexico Horse Rescue Celebrates 20 Years

New Mexico Horse Rescue Celebrates 20 Years

Nonprofit rehabilitates animals, providing renewed purpose & loving homes By Autumn Gray Sky’s the Limit will celebrate his 35th birthday this year surrounded by people and animals who love him. That doesn’t sound like big news, but for a horse, the age places him...

Kicking Off Barbecue Season

Kicking Off Barbecue Season

By Mary Ann Hatchitt Beyond the thermostat, nothing says summer like the mouth-watering scent of barbecue on the grill, and it helps to have a chef who knows their way around the smoke. Eyeballing meat cuts old school is passe, especially with soaring beef and poultry...

Life After Parkinson’s Disease Improved by Exercise

Life After Parkinson’s Disease Improved by Exercise

Santa Fe movement specialist develops program that slows, reverses some symptoms By Autumn Gray Like many Americans, Santa Fe architect Shawn Evans had had difficulty sleeping for about as long as he could remember. About 15 years ago, he lost his sense of smell, and...

Age, Stress Combination Significantly Raise Risk for Heart Disease

Age, Stress Combination Significantly Raise Risk for Heart Disease

Most cardiovascular problems can be treated, even reversed   Just when many of us believed we knew how to love our hearts by keeping blood pressure and cholesterol levels low, the medical community hits us with this: Stress and age are now leading causes of heart...

The Best 2022 Fitness Plan? One You’ll Do

The Best 2022 Fitness Plan? One You’ll Do

By Liz Otero Whether because of holiday indulgences or the quarantine 15, many people are ready to get into shape and take control of their health. However, even as we resolve to eat better, exercise more, and make positive lifestyle changes in the new year, we often...

Winter in Duke City

Winter in Duke City

Winter in the Duke City will be particularly enchanting this year, as many public holiday traditions are anticipated to return after a year’s hiatus. While 2020’s pandemic-induced public health restrictions led to canceled festivals in Albuquerque and surrounding...

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