The pandemic pause helps a Gallup leatherworker launch a new career.
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.
An exhibit at the Albuquerque International Balloon Museum celebrates adventurous, airborne women.
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