Sarah, an Albuquerian from Louisiana, talks about her murder mysteries set in New Orleans’ area during prohibition.

Janet shares how Harriet Murphy, a strong single woman in the early nineteenth century, was based on a true person.

Bruce talks from Silver City, NM, about this historical fiction novel and its close ties to real life.

Today we are hearing from Farmington Museum Curator Jeffrey Richardson! Then, we are talking to Wally D from Wally D Sports.

Don Bullis, historian and fact collector talks about his rich Chronology of New Mexico history.

Rosemary Zibart discusses her young adult fiction books set in World War II.

December 12, 2018: Jonathan Thompson, investigative journalist, discusses his book, River of Lost Souls about the Gold King Mine disaster and more of the history of the Animas River.

October 18, 2018

A Review Too Far - First Man

This week our cinema geeks review the documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor and out in theatres now, First Man.

The graphic artist for this year’s One Book, One Community Read talks about working with John Lewis and Andrew Aydin to create this impactive work.

sjrmc_hof.jpgInductee Dr. Bob Lehmer joins San Juan Regional Medical Center Public Relations Coordinator Laura Werbner to discuss the upcoming Legacy of Leadership Hall of Fame ceremony.

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