By Jacob Trasen / New Mexico News Port The City of Albuquerque plans to renovate the Sunport in 2023, expanding the food court in order to accommodate passengers who are spending more time in the airport before their flights. The project for New Mexico’s largest commercial airport has three goals, Sunport marketing coordinator Cassandra Scott… Continue reading ABQ Sunport to Double Food Court Area
Albuquerque music producer Avery Layfield lays out his creative process and shares his take on the local music scene in this podcast demo of the Gavin Moughan Show.
In a city and a state where micro-breweries are increasingly common, brothers Chris and Cameron — founders of Gravity Bound Brewing — hope to stand out, doing things their own way. Story by Sayre Key-Towne.
By Aldo Jurado / NM News Port The cost of renting a house or apartment went up across the country last year, but it hit particularly hard in low-income communities such as Albuquerque’s South Broadway and Barelas neighborhoods. The average cost of renting an apartment or house in Albuquerque went up 27% last year, according… Continue reading Rent Spikes by 27% in Albuquerque’s South Broadway Communities
The film and television industry has never been a bigger part of New Mexico’s economy, and if both the industry and the government get their way, it will get even bigger.
But it comes with growing pains.
An in-depth report from By Noah Solomon, Jeanette DeDios, Spencer Butler, Tyler Braunhardt
By Justine Collister / NM News Port Retail companies are in search of workers this holiday season and many are offering signing bonuses, increased wages, merchandise discounts and other incentives to attract seasonal employees. “We can no longer keep up with all the orders placed online for beauty products let alone clothing,” said Katie Rondinella,… Continue reading Companies looking to hire retail workers for the holidays
The pandemic temporarily closed the U.S. Mexico boarder creating long-term separation between families.
Annya Loya / NM News Port
The National Coin Shortage is due to the dwindling usage of cash in general
By Michaela Helean / NM News Port
COVID-19 has changed the economic landscape in New Mexico, leading new college grads to reshape how they approach the job market.
By Tyler Braunhardt, Spencer Butler, Jeanette DeDios, Noah Solomon / NM News Port