New Mexico Unemployment Rate Holds At 5.1%, New Mexico Election Regulator Seeks US Senate Seat In 20
New Mexico Unemployment Rate Holds At 5.1% New Mexico officials say the state's seasonally adjusted rate of unemployment held steady at 5.1% in March. The Workforce Solutions Department said Friday that the unemployment rate remained unchanged from February, while the national unemployment rate fell to 3.9% for March.
Sat. 4/29, 4:15p: Singer Sofía Tosello bridges the music grounded in the deep mediterranean Argentina and the New York global music scene. She has recently released Lluvia fue , her fourth album, with a particular repertoire of tangos: from the ´30s to contemporary compositions, arranged by Latin Grammy awarded Fernando Otero . In this interview, hosted by Cristina Baccin in Corazón Tanguero show, we converse about Lluvia fue (It was rain/Rain was) and her own tango-jazz approach to music. We...
Let's Talk New Mexico
Let's Talk New Mexico 4/18 8a: Bans on plastic are sweeping the nation, and New Mexico is no exception. Santa Fe banned plastic grocery bags several years ago. Albuquerque just limited single-use plastics in grocery and retail stores. Businesses and consumers are having to adapt to a new normal that emphasizes the re-useable over the disposable. Do you take reusable bags to the grocery? Are concerned about how a plastic bag ban will hurt your business' bottom line or your customers’ pocketbooks? We want to hear from you! Email LetsTalk@KUNM.org or call in live during the show.
University Showcase 4/19 8a: How can studying design help children with math and geometry? How does the design of a classroom help or hinder academic achievement? On this episode, we talk with Anne Taylor. She has spent much of her career creating learning environments that foster innovation and intrigue at schools, in the United States and internationally.
Public Health New Mexico
Having a lot of abandoned or foreclosed homes in your community can hurt morale and drag down property values. A group of neighborhood associations in Southeast Albuquerque are taking things into their own hands.