Category Archives: Opinion

Locked out: Another inconvenience for the pedestrian

This story was submitted by a CNM student expressing their opinions on the situation with the gates by oosevelt Park, and those of the individual writer and do not necessarily represent the beliefs of The CNM Chronicle or its staff. If you want to submit a short story, poem, cartoon, or other works, send them to djohnsonchronicle@gmail.com – Subject to editing

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Letter to the editor; Mid-Eastern Foreign Policy Flaws

This letter was submitted by a CNM student expressing their opinions on foriegn policy in the Middle East are those of the individual writer and do not necessarily represent the beliefs of the CNM Chronicle or its staff. Dear Editor: I am sure we all are concerned about the crises that are occurring in the Ukraine and in the Middle East

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Los Compadres has the best traditional eats for the whole family

By Daniel Johnson, Investigative Reporter | Photo by Daniel Johnson Los Compadres is a family-owned and operated authentic Mexican and New Mexican cuisine restaurant located at 2437 Central Ave NW near Old Town. Manager Fred Gallegos said that this quiet little restaurant has been pre­paring some of the best authentic New Mexican and Mexican cooking for more than 20 years. “The

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Albuquerque Rail Yards Market quickly becoming a Sunday tradition

By Rene Thompson, Editor in Chief The new Albuquerque Rail Yards Market offers an eclectic and different type of marketplace that deals an array of sights, sounds and smells to give market goers an accurate local experience of home-grown vendors, music and food, located at a time honored historical site near and dear to the heart of Burque. Located at

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