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Jacob Minella

Jacob Minella

Alumnus of New Mexico State. Student at West Virginia. Green chile cheeseburger connoisseur. Advertising/PR professional. Writer.

1. Carlsbad Caverns Photo courtesy of nps.org New Mexico’s only national park, contains the second deepest cave in the US and is one of the largest cave systems in the world. Attracting thousands of visitors each year, The caverns feature amazing limestone formations, beautiful lighting, and 17 species of bats. ...

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Wild west outlaws made a lasting impression on New Mexico’s culture and legacy. Take our quiz and find out which New Mexico outlaw you are!

This week we’re wrapping up our tour of Northern New Mexico. There are too may amazing things to list, but we think these are the top things to do that didn’t fit into our previous lists. Blue Hole in Santa Rosa, NM Chances are, you never thought you could go …

Espanola and Los Alamos are two of the most historically significant areas in New Mexico, each in their own way. Without further ado, here is NewMexi.co’s third installment in the Northern New Mexico series. Chimayo El Santuario de Chimayo is one of the most important Catholic shrines and pilgrimage sites …

Taos is a wonderful city with lots of interesting things to do.   NewMexi.co came up with Five best things to do in Taos, NM! Taos Mesa Brewing Taos Mesa Brewing has quite the selection of craft beers from Taos and around New Mexico, and everyone knows New Mexico has …

     Sometimes Northern New Mexico towns get ignored, and we at NewMexi.co don’t think that’s right. Starting this week, we will begin a month long series showing off some of the amazing things these towns have to offer. This week’s edition will start out in historic Las Vegas, NM. …