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The people and culture of New Mexico and Texas.  Fascinating field reports, interviews, and local viewpoints showcase an image of our region you won't find anywhere else.  

Film Review: "Frozen"

Dec 17, 2013

  Jack Fields reviews the film "Frozen."

Film Review: "The Hunger Games-Catching Fire"

Dec 17, 2013

  Jack Fields reviews "The Hunger Games-Catching Fire."

Small Business Saturday

Nov 29, 2013
NM USDA Rural Development Director Terry Brunner

  Small Business Saturday takes place this week across the nation.

And small businesses have been getting help in New Mexico through a federal program.

Small Business Saturday is a yearly event designed to encourage people to shop at small businesses.  The U.S. Census Bureau reports…there are over 28 million small businesses in the United States, representing 44 percent of the private sector payroll.  Many jobs in rural America have been created through USDA Rural Development programs.

"Take It Back Day" For Las Cruces Teachers

Nov 20, 2013

Las Cruces teachers are holding a demonstration this afternoon (Wednesday) at the School Administration building.  

It’s called “Take It Back Day.”  A coalition of groups has joined with the National Education Association to send the message that the state imposed teacher evaluation system is about using tests to punish educators and it's also hurting students. 

Teachers argue there are simply too many tests….and those tests are taking teacher contact time away from students.

Leslie Endean Singh

Nov 15, 2013

  Fred Martino interviews Leslie Endean Singh, a candidate for the Democratic nomination in New Mexico's 2nd Congressional District.

Film Review: 12 Years A Slave

Nov 13, 2013

Jack Fields reviews the new film "12 Years A Slave."

Film Review: "Last Vegas"

Nov 6, 2013

  Jack Fields reviews the new comedy "Last Vegas."

Senator Martin Heinrich (D) New Mexico

  Fred Martino talks with Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM) about some of the top issues in Congress: legislation to protect Americans' privacy in the wake of NSA spying revelations, the upcoming budget battle, and prospects for immigration reform.

  Jack Fields reviews the film "Captain Phillips," starring Tom Hanks. 

  Jack Fields reviews the remake of "Carrie."

Las Cruces Native Misty Boyce Back In Town For Two Benefit Concerts

Oct 28, 2013
mistyboyce.com

  Recording artist Misty Boyce is back in her hometown of Las Cruces this week.

The Mayfield High graduate is performing in two concerts to benefit Mayfield’s orchestra.  Boyce has performed across the nation….and later this week…she’ll be in London for a concert.  But she says being a musician on tour has been a natural transition.

Boyce will perform at New Mexico State University’s Atkinson Recital Hall tonight (Tuesday) and Wednesday night at 7.

The concerts will benefit the Mayfield Orchestra.

Think New Mexico Job Creation Policy Recommendations

Oct 7, 2013

  With over 14% of the state’s workforce unemployed or underemployed, New Mexico should enact a package of policies that set the table for job creation, according to a new report released today by Think New Mexico. Think New Mexico is the nonpartisan, results-oriented think tank that has led successful campaigns to repeal New Mexico’s regressive food tax and to enact three constitutional amendments to reform the Public Regulation Commission.

Dr. Pat Hynes, Director-New Mexico Space Grant Consortium

Oct 3, 2013

Fred Martino interviews Dr. Pat Hynes, Director of the New Mexico Space Grant Consortium.  They discuss the upcoming (October 15-17) International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces.  More information and registration at ispcs.com

Film Review: Rush

Oct 2, 2013

  Jack Fields reviews the new Ron Howard film based on the compelling true story of Formula 1 racing legends who compete in a season for the history books.

Film Review: "Prisoners"

Sep 25, 2013

  Jack Fields reviews the latest film to star Hugh Jackman, "Prisoners."

Film Review: Blue Jasmine

Sep 12, 2013

  Jack Fields reviews the latest Woody Allen film, "Blue Jasmine."

KRWG-TV Presents Program On Bullying Prevention

Sep 12, 2013

  Tonight (Thursday) at 7….KRWG-TV will air a documentary that shows the
damage inflicted on young people who are bullied.  

It will repeat Saturday at 5pm and Sunday at 11am

The film "Bystanders….Ending Bullying"…has a central message…people need
to take action when they see someone being bullied.

The Community Unity Coalition formed as the outcome of a public forum
on bullying in Dona Ana County.  County Commissioner Wayne Hancock is
a member of the coalition…and says he agrees with the film's message.  

Paul Gessing, President-Rio Grande Foundation

Sep 11, 2013
Paul Gessing, President-Rio Grande Foundation

  Fred Martino speaks with Paul Gessing, President of the Rio Grande Foundation.   They discuss a proposal to increase the New Mexico minimum wage, the lottery scholarship, and other important issues facing the state legislature.

Health Action New Mexico

Sep 10, 2013

  Fred Martino discusses important information regarding the Affordable Care Act with Jessica Rodriguez-Herrera from Health Action New Mexico.

Center For Civic Policy

Sep 10, 2013

  Fred Martino interviews Javier Benavidez of the Center for Civic Policy in Albuquerque.  They discuss efforts by the organization, including a move to increase the state's minimum wage.

Film Review: Red 2

Sep 4, 2013

  Jack Fields reviews Red 2

Film Review: One Direction-This Is Us

Sep 4, 2013

  Jack Fields reviews the new film One Direction-This Is Us

Hatch Library On The Right Track

May 31, 2013

  In this month's edition of the Age Spot, Las Cruces Sun News columnist Claudette Ortiz visits the Hatch Library.

Aggies Go Global, Part 1

May 29, 2013

PEN/Faulkner Award Winner - ‪Benjamin Alire Sá‬enz

May 24, 2013

 PEN/Faulkner Award Winner - ‪Benjamin Alire Sá‬enz

U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM)

May 10, 2013

"42"

Apr 21, 2013

  Jack Fields reviews "42," the story of Jackie Robinson's baseball career.

Understanding The Affordable Care Act

Apr 18, 2013

  Tilahun Adera is the Dean of the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University.  The Dean's First Annual Healthcare Symposium, "Understanding the Affordable Care Act," will be held May 1 from 8am to 2pm at the Las Cruces Convention Center.  The event is free and open to the public and continental breakfast and lunch will be served.  Registration is required online at http://chss.nmsu.edu

Registration deadline is April 24.

Jurassic Park 3D

Apr 15, 2013

Jack Fields reviews the new 3D release of the film "Jurassic Park."

Olympus Has Fallen

Apr 15, 2013

Jack Fields reviews the film "Olympus Has Fallen."

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