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RUBI: Responded to woman's screams

Celebrating the life of a mystery baby

By Joline Gutierrez Krueger / Journal

Nurse Joanna Rubi delivered boy two years after death of infant she could not save

This poster at a Santa Fe protest against Israeli military action last summer resulted in the event being listed in the Anti-Defamation League’s annual audit of anti-Semitic incidents in the United States. (Greg Sorber/Albuquerque Journal)

Anti-Semitism in Santa Fe?

By Mark Oswald / Journal Staff Writer

The Anti-Defamation League maintains sign at 2014 Plaza protest crossed the line

Erbey Esparza, 7, recently flew in Bertha, a private plane owned by pilot Jason Manzanares. Sitting behind them is Erbey's sister, Johana Esparza, 16. The three flew from the Double Eagle Airport in Albuquerque to Mount Taylor and back, with Erbey briefly taking the controls. (Courtesy of Jason Manzanares)

The gift of a happy moment

By Joline Gutierrez Krueger / Journal

Community generous with financial gifts after loss of child, and remaining children get special days out

Paul Salopek, left, interviews fisherman Jeremiah, 40, in 2005 in the fishing village of Itak Abasi, Nigeria. Salopek was charged with espionage in Sudan in 2006. Ex-N.M. governor Bill Richardson helped secure his release. (Kuni Takahashi/Chicago Tribune/The Associated Press)

NM son on an epic walk talks of time, pace of life

By Lauren Villagran / Journal Staff Writer - Las Cruces Bureau

Paul Salopek is in the third year of a seven-year National Geographic project called ‘Out of Eden’

"Game of Thrones" author and Santa Fe resident George R.R. Martin is interviewed by media before the premiere of season five of the show last month at Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe. (Morgan Petroski/Albuquerque Journal)

Hollywood comes to the City Different

By Adrian Gomez / Asst. Arts Editor, Reel NM

Premiere of “Game of Thrones” at Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe attracts celebrities

One of the more poignant descansos the Rietzes photographed memorializes Marcos Walker Lopez, 4, of Los Lunas, who died in a rollover crash May 2, 2009, on I-25 near Isleta Pueblo. (Courtesy of Pam and Doug Rietz)

Honoring New Mexico’s descansos

By Joline Gutierrez Krueger / Journal

Couple photographs roadside makers as a tribute to those lives lost

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