Corrales is full of passionate writers and experts on everything (just ask them, they’ll tell you!). Each issue, we feature some of our favorite local writers writing on their favorite topics.

Find your favorite below.


The Thirsty Gardener.

by Stephanie Hainsfurther

Stephanie Hainsfurther has written for national gardening magazines including Better Homes & Gardens and Gardening How-To. She funds her gardening habit by serving as the features editor of the Comment. Send her gardening tips or just reach out to chat here.

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News-y.

by Meredith Hughes

Meredith Hughes has worked as a journalist and editor since the early 1970s, in New York, Brussels and Washington, DC.  

A longtime contributor to The Corrales Comment as well,  currently she writes News-y, reporting in on things happening around the village.

News-y

By Meredith Hughes We finally are on the cusp of the month whose name no one wants to say. Yes, FebROOary. But more likely, FebOOOary. A cute short month—this year it has 28 days—named after a Roman festival of purification or washing, known as Februa. It’s also the last full month of winter here in…

News-y

‘Twas the penultimate night before Christmas, and all through the house, not acreature was stirring…except for the household bill payer foaming at the mouse,uh, mouth, over coffee, up $3 per 12 ounces, and streaming services blendingand raising prices… . Thankfully, we have come through December 21 or WinterSolstice, an odd occurrence indeed, as it marks…

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From The Horse’s Mouth.

by Steve Komadina

Steve Komadina is a recovering state senator (’01-’08) from Corrales and occasionally writes on things from his farm in north Corrales. Contact Steve.


The Corrales Chronicles.

Corrales Historical Society logo, by Jim Guthrie

by The Corrales Historical Society

Corrales Chronicles is community content provided by The Corrales Historical Society (CHS) Archives Committee. Want to learn more? Visit www.CorralesHistory.org for all the exciting things the Historical Society has to offer. New CHS members are always welcome.

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