Author Robert Julyan takes us on a treasure hunt in New Mexico for long-lost gold.
Author: Kate Nelson
Kate Nelson has been discovering New Mexico’s stories, towns and restaurants since 1989 as a Midwestern transplant. Today, she serves as New Mexico Magazine’s managing editor and enjoys hearing from our longtime readers.
A photographic tale of New Mexico's past through architecture, history, and ghost towns.
Photographer Douglas Merriam follows migrant workers through the chile harvest in Hatch.
Here's everything you want to know about the New Mexico chile pepper—from the Scoville scale and the number of species to chile's spicy economic benefit.
by Kate Nelson photos by Gabriella Marks
The Historic Fairview Cemetery tells stories of wealth, power, tragedy, and anonymity.
Get set, leaf peepers. Your favorite season is here.
Try these recipes to make your own New Mexican chile sauce at home.
As New Mexico's only U-Pick chile farm, Big Jim Farms offers nine acres of fun, excitement, and connection to the land.
Chiles aren't just found on your dinner table, they're used in medicinal creams, lipstick, bear repellent and to give captive birds and fish a redder hue.