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Singer/Songwriter Eliza Gilkyson will perform a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, in the NMSU Music Building’s Atkinson Recital Hall, 1075 N. Horseshoe St. on the NMSU … more
After reopening Oct. 1 after a hiatus of several months for renovations, Branigan Cultural Center (BCC), 501 N. Main St. Downtown, has three major presentations planned in November. Wednesday, … more
“I want you to know you are not alone and together we can make a difference,” Anthony, New Mexico Chief of Police Vanessa Orduñez said at La Casa, Inc.’s 24th annual … more
Celebrate Halloween with slimy and creepy and get ready for fall with cozy and earthy activities at “Haunted Museum” hosted by the Las Cruces Museums Saturday, October 30 from 10am – 1pm. more
The seventh annual Weaving for Justice textile sale fundraiser will be held 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 29-30 in the courtyard at the New Mexico State University Museum, Kent Hall, 1280 E. University Ave. on the NMSU campus, said Weaving for Justice co-founder Christine Eber of Las Cruces. For the event, more than 50 people have donated more than 1,000 woven garments, household items, jewelry, books, pottery and tourist items from Mesoamerica and other parts of Latin America to Weaving for Justice to raise funds for scholarships for Maya children and youth. more
In the town of La Union between Las Cruces and El Paso, 1101 Highway 28, Lucy Sondgeroth and her husband Robert have been running a corn maze and adding attractions for 21 years. A fall season … more
THE 2021 Prologue Events begin tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 19. See all of this week's exciting prologue happenings here: LIVE: Tuesday, October 19, 2021. 6:30-9:00 p.m. MDT, Light Hall, … more
Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site invites the public to come celebrate its 27th Annual Interpretive Fair from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Oct. 16 and 17 This event is free, and all park entry fees will … more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC), in observance of Indigenous People’s Day in New Mexico, will host Las Cruces musician and storyteller Randy Granger in an evening of Native American … more
Editors Note: Silver City writer Vivian Savitt has been part of the Desert Exposure team for many years. She has had regular pieces appearing in the paper including the Southwest Gardner and then … more
Agave Artists Gallery in Mesilla is a cooperative gallery featuring contemporary art in multiple media: oil, acrylic, water media, fabric, paper, assemblage art, photography, mixed media, pastel, … more
I am from the land of ristras, fiestas, and siestas, the land where “Christmas” can also mean red and green chile enchiladas with rice and beans. I am from the land of mi casa es su … more
Sitting at the red light by Albertsons in Las Cruces, NM, I have my windows rolled down like my neighbors. Everyone plays their version of good music—thinking that we can influence our … more
Two days home from the hospital, my coughs muted but my chest still ablaze, feeling as though I had just lost a marathon, I crept to my front window to locate the racket’s source. Speedy … more
The Southwest Word Fiesta is Oct. 22-24. This year’s festival will be a hybrid one, with both live events in Silver City and Zoom appearances from authors in the area and around … more
Back with printmaking action, the Southwest Print Fiesta is up to its old tricks. With workshops and presentations coming to Zoom, there is still plenty of in-person action as the steamroller will be … more
Artists of New Mexico, Artists of the United States, I need your help. I was 14 years old, sitting in my 8th-grade government class, believing Nixon was a great president when Watergate hit the … more
Silver City resident Marty Eberhardt has a new book, a botanically themed mystery entitled “Death in a Desert Garden.” In the book, main character Bea Rivers’ euphoria over her … more
Silver City poet Lynne Zotalis shares news of the international publication of “Human to Human,” a poetry anthology that features 46 poems by 28 poets.Emerging from the Global Pandemic, … more
The wildfires, droughts, floods, extreme heat, landslides, disease, ocean acidification and other catastrophic consequences of unprecedented climate destruction seen this summer has eliminated all … more
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