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Author Archives: Winthrop Quigley / Journal Staff Writer

Luminarias line the walkways in the plaza in Old Town on Wednesday night. The display throughout Old Town takes months of preparation. This year, dozens of volunteers from First United Methodist Church started folding bags in August. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

New Mexico Glow

By Winthrop Quigley / Journal Staff Writer

Scores of volunteers help light up Old Town on Christmas Eve

’60s radical hears sounds of silence

By Winthrop Quigley / Journal Staff Writer

Former Weather Underground member bemoans public’s lack of participation in politics

The slippery slopes of oil

By Winthrop Quigley / Journal Staff Writer

Petroleum-based economies face variety of curses

Torture provokes little outrage

By Winthrop Quigley / Journal Staff Writer

Americans have been mostly silent on the abuse of prisoners

Getting to the bottom of Common Core

By Winthrop Quigley / Journal Staff Writer

Bid for nationwide standards draws critics and backers from both the left and the right

Employees hand out coupons to customers waiting in line outside the Old Navy store at 4900 Cutler NE on Thanksgiving. To many shoppers, standing in line for good deals is as much a social event as a bargain hunt. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Albuquerque Journal)

Black Friday bonding

By Winthrop Quigley / Journal Staff Writer

The best part of holiday shopping isn’t shopping

Former Enron executive Andrew Fastow, who pleaded guilty in 2004 to criminal charges in the Enron financial scandal, spoke recently at the University of New Mexico about business regulation and ethics. (Pat Sullivan/The Associated Press)

Using financial rules to hide the truth

By Winthrop Quigley / Journal Staff Writer

Former Enron official went to prison for creating complicated, arcane deals

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