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After performing in area rock group 91 Proof, George Jacobs (bass) and Eugene Sartor (guitar) decided they wanted to return to their jazz roots and start another group. more
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library (TBML) will present a book talk via Zoom with guest author Maida Tilchen at 12:35 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10. Tilchen is the author of the historical novels “Land … more
Catalina Claussen, Kate Rauner, Lynne Zotalis and Kris Neri have 2020 book offerings enough to keep Grant County residents busy for a season. more
Every Labor Day Weekend for the past 37 years the Grant County Rolling Stones Gem and Mineral Society has hosted their gem and mineral show. Not this year. Because of the desire to reduce the spread … more
Auditions for the fall NMSU Theatre projects are open to all NMSU students and all employees. Please email a video link of you performing a one-minute contemporary monologue and, if … more
The 2020 Governor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts has been suspended until next year, with a new deadline of March 5, 2021, for nomination submissions. This decision was made with the … more
Sterling Fine Art is featuring gallery artists Friday and Saturday 11 a.m.-4 p.m., and by appointment 505-699-5005. The gallery is located at 306 N. Bullard in Silver City and … more
In the 17th century, ships would sail into Venice from far-off lands, bringing exotic goods and exotic diseases. The Venetian authorities enforced forty days (quaranta giorni) of isolation, keeping … more
New Mexico State University art student Analinda Gonzalez has turned one of the hardest experiences of her life into an impactful piece of art. Inspired by her father’s deportation at a young … more
“Killing Pat Garrett, The Wild West's Most Famous Lawman - Murder or Self-Defense?” tells the historic and tragic history of Patrick Floyd Jarvis Garrett, who was born June 5, 1850 in … more
My sculpture of Billy the Kid began as a joke some 20 years ago: Pat Beckett, (founder of COAS Books in downtown Las Cruces) and I were talking about the plight of our blighted downtown. Pat said a … more
Archaeological excavations were conducted at the Alexander MacSween House ruins in Lincoln State Historical Monument 1986-88 by Human Systems Research, Inc. A public education program was included that focused on the reality versus the myths associated with Billy the Kid. more
The City of Alamogordo’s annual July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza, a community tradition for more than 40 years, is scheduled for Saturday, July 4. Coordinated by the New Mexico Museum of Space … more
Have you ever rightly considered what the mere ability to read means? That it is the key which admits us to the whole world of thought and fancy and imagination? To the company of saint and sage, of … more
After more than 35 years working in the packaging industry, Bruce Wilson of Silver City is in his second career. At 74 he is writing books. Growing up in California, serving in the Navy, then … more
Some Las Cruces authors put their elbow grease and bum glue to work to create some interesting books. more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) has re-opened. more
In anticipation of an eventual easing of stay-at-home instructions, the nonprofit conservation organization New Mexico Wild has launched the online New Mexico Wild Hiking Guide featuring descriptions of more than 100 trails, at least one in each wilderness area in the state. more
Did you know southern New Mexico contains parts of five geologic provinces and contains rocks that are nearly two billion years old? more
Alyssa Newton grew up in Las Cruces and always loved the country/pop sound. “I grew up on Taylor Swift,” she said. “I was … more
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