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An archaeological crew at the southern end of the Alamogordo landfill was baking under the dry heat in the few weeks before the moisture-laden monsoon in the Tularosa Basin … 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
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
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
When you’ve lived in the desert for a while, your relationship to rain changes. Coming from Germany, I always dreaded rain as a kid. Not able to go outside or putting on all sorts of … more
Effective April 1, 2022, recreational use of cannabis will be officially legal in New Mexico. Law enforcement and the mental health community are preparing as well. It will take time but New Mexicans will benefit from the legalization efforts. more
Las Cruces artist and author George Mendoza has been nominated for a 2022 Pulitzer Prize in fiction for his book “Journey of the Spirit Man.” Mendoza is also an internationally recognized painter and competed as a runner in the 1980 and 1984 Paralympic Games. more
The Doña Ana Arts Council is excited to present a comprehensive exhibition of Jo-an Smith's artwork titled “Celebrating 89 Years and More!” that will run Oct. 1-28 at the DAAC Arts and Cultural Center, 205 W. Amador Ave. more
“Crawl,” a short film by writer, director and producer Ryan Rox of Las Cruces, will have its world premiere at 4:45 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 3, at the Fountain Theatre, 2469 Calle de Guadalupe, on the historic Mesilla Plaza. more
Photographer Tabitha Rossman caught the Mexican independence day celebration in Mesilla over the Sept. 11 and 12 fiesta this year. Piñatas, jumping balloons and a greased climbing pole were … more
Police are warning merchants and Las Cruces area residents of movie prop money that is being passed as actual currency. Over the last weekend, the Las Cruces Police Department received two … more
The Mesilla Valley/Southern New Mexico Book Club will host noted Hispanic author Ray John de Aragón via Zoom 4-5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23. The author will discuss his latest publication, … more
A small group of balloonists who are in the area for the now-cancelled White Sands Balloon Invitational will present a balloon glow on the grounds of the New Mexico Museum of Space History on … more
Starting with a personal journey into the mysterious occupation of his grandfather, Larry Sheffield discovered some intriguing bits that led him to a much bigger discovery. more
Twenty years ago, on a Tuesday, I was getting my boys ready for school, shaking them out of their sleep and gently encouraging their eyes to open when from the other room I heard, “Elva, get in here quick!” more
American Airlines flight No. 11, which had taken off from Boston Logan International Airport, crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center (WTC) at 6:46 a.m. MDT. Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001. more
High school is that place where people stop being children and form into adults, thinkers, movers and shakers. How do those growing children know the events of Sept. 11, 2001? What have they learned? What sticks in their minds? more
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