By Robert Salas There's nothing quite like a New Mexico summer is there? The skies shine blue on a clear day, illuminate red-orange at sunset and sometimes, wreak powerful thunderstorms. But aside from the relatively high-temperatures during mid-day, summertime weather in New Mexico is prime for hiking. We are at the tail-end of summer and… Continue reading Essential supplies for high-desert hiking: End of summer edition.
Hello fellow curious New Mexicans! I am currently in the beginning stages of writing an in-depth piece about New Mexico's young adult community and their experiences with healthcare coverage. Some questions I want to answer include: How many millennials in New Mexico actually have health care coverage? Do millennials understand the United States health care… Continue reading Preview: Young New Mexicans and healthcare.
By Robert Salas It was 2 a.m. I got out of bed to quench my parched mouth. No lights on, I stumbled across my apartment toward the kitchen. I felt lightheaded and a bit out of it but I attributed that to the fact that I had just woken up from a dead sleep. As… Continue reading Migraines and vision loss
Run. Don't walk to La Cumbre Brewing Company in Albuquerque's northeast industrial district. When this popular brewery releases a new seasonal beer you'd better get there quick.