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Live theater returns to the stage at Las Cruces Community Theatre (LCCT) with its production of “Harvey,” starring Brandon Brown as Elwood P. Dowd and Lennie Brown as Veta Louise Dowd … more
SILVER CITY At Sterling Fine Art new work by gallery artist Richard Harperand guest ceramicist Letha Cress Woolf are featured the month of July. An artist’s reception is 5-7 … more
Branigan Cultural Center (BCC) remains closed to the public for scheduled maintenance, but will offer a wide array of online programming in July. more
Residents, visitors urged to rediscover Downtown Silver City on Love Local day on July 3 Merchants in Downtown Silver City want local residents and visitors to stop, take a stroll and discover or … more
The annual Give Grandly! fund-raiser broke its own record and raised more than $260,000 on May 8 for nonprofits serving southwestern New Mexico. With that record-setting haul, the fund-raiser has … more
This story begins many years ago, when my best friend forever, Yolanda, and I were in grad school. She was a single mom with two young children whom she would bring to seminars. Olivia would house … more
“Too many books? Never!!” said Casa Camino Real Bookstore owner and nationally award-winning author Denise Chávez. And she will be sharing her bounty. Casa Camino Real will … more
After over a year and a half without a live audience, Virus Theater is back at its own particular brand of magic – bringing relevant, live, original theater to our Grant County … more
El Paso-born retired geophysicist Allen Gilmer found himself enwrapped in the movie business recently as a script set in El Paso came to his attention. more
The City of Las Cruces is teaming up with a jazz musician and a filmmaker, both from Las Cruces, to present the all-virtual Juneteenth Jazz Festival, Friday and Saturday, June 18-19. All events at the festival are free and open to the public. more
The editor of Desert Exposure has a J.R.R. Tolkein quote on her vehicle that reads “Not all who wander are lost.” Marc Levesque aims to say, “None who wander are … more
My grandfather, Ignacy Golub, was a great storyteller. He loved to talk about events in context, big events, the war in Eastern Europe, the destruction caused by Stalin, his work helping others … more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) is proud to exhibit relief prints in an exhibition titled “What a Relief,” by Las Cruces artist Noël Sandino in the Staszewski Library in the DAAC Arts and Cultural Cente4, 250 W. Amador Ave., in June 2021. more
The Readers of the Purple Sage Book Club of Thomas Branigan Memorial Library has an exciting lineup of speakers for June, all presented live on Zoom. Here are the programs: Thursday, June 10, … more
The Southwest Women’s Fiber Arts Collective is proud to announce their upcoming show titled “Focus on Fiber: Pursuing Creativity in the Pandemic”. Local fiber artists have been very … more
Rincon de Mesilla, 2488 Calle de Guadalupe, across the street from La Posta and the Fountain Theatre, will have its grand opening Saturday evening, May 22. The five-room, 1,700-square-foot building … more
A sold-out crowd at AmadorLive on Thursday, April 29 watched the premiere of “Walking with Herb,” an inspirational movie filmed in Las Cruces. Here is a look at some of the festivities … more
When Rodeo, New Mexico, was born in April 1907, it began as nothing more than a cedar-post stockyard, a shipping point for livestock waiting to be loaded up and transported on the new Southwestern … more
A new art exhibit at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum taps into the rich scenery and heritage of Southern New Mexico. The “Monumental Territory” exhibit is now open at the … more
Three paintings by artist James “Jim” Mack, including “Desert Storm Break” were recently hung in Carrizozo’s Town Hall. “We want Town Hall to be a showcase for … more
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