Cormac McCarthy’s Puzzling New Novel Is a Strange Trip

By Bill Nevins Cormac McCarthy at age 89 is a hard-edged, take-no-prisoners, literary rock star. He’s written enthralling fictional books about border scalp-hunters, post-apocalyptic survivors, lonely cowboys, troubled cops and cold-eyed narco-killers. He’s won a MacArthur “Genius” Grant and a Pulitzer Prize, been elected to the American Philosophical Society, received lavish praise from critics and […]

Safeguarding Tribal Patrimony

Commentary by United States Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM). Martin Heinrich is New Mexico’s senior US Senator. He previously served as US Representative and as an Albuquerque City Councilor. Last night, the Senate voted to pass my bipartisan legislation to prohibit the exporting of sacred Native American items and increase penalties for stealing and illegally trafficking […]

From the Horse’s Mouth: Old Traditions, New Directions

By Steve Komadina This is a column that talks about horses and the Corrales connection. Itwas started as an initiative of Corrales Horse and Mule People(CHAMP) to help horse and non-horse owners to think about living in ahorse-oriented community. What will the New Year bring for our Corrales horse heritage? Ourclimate changes. Our free time […]

Letter to the Editor: An Open Letter to the Mayor

Submitted by Rick Thaler, Corrales resident If you’d like to submit a Letter to the Editor, please email I’m a founding member of the Corrales Interior Drain committee and I live on Hansen Road near the drain. A couple of years ago I proposed via a letter in the Corrales Comment that the Village […]

Letter to the Editor: Trickle Down Balloons

Submitted by By Scott Kominiak, Corrales resident and balloonist If you’d like to submit a Letter to the Editor, please email Dear Editor-On behalf of the Albuquerque area ballooning community, I want to say thanks for the good press. Unfortunately, on a national level, we only seem to make the news when unfortunate incidents […]

Commentary: Why I bought The Corrales Comment

This piece is offered by the author as commentary. It does not necessarily imply endorsement by The Comment.  Have an opinion? Share it: If you are lucky enough to live in the Village of Corrales you know that the mailman’s visit every other Saturday brings something special. That’s when the latest edition of the […]

Happy trails to Jeff Radford

By Mick Harper My first brush with the Corrales Comment came in the winter of 1981-82. I’d moved here in the summer of ’81, was loving my newly adopted home village, especially all the eccentrics and other characters. One Saturday morning as I approached the front door of the Corrales post office… “Sir, want to […]