Lesser-known public places deliver outdoor rewards, no crowds, and one mondo mystery.
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.
Cap a scenic drive with a splendid chomp.
Since 1934, a lone business on an empty plain has stopped traffic with nearly all the necessities—and quite a few oddities.
After a breaking-bad youth, Fernando Ruiz regained his soul in the kitchen.
A self-taught photographer grows into a war correspondent before turning his gaze upon New Mexico.
Tasked with overseeing a renovation of the state’s capitol building, Paula Tackett also became a champion for its art.