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White Sands Missile Range will open Trinity Site to the public on April 2. Trinity Site is where the world’s first atomic bomb was tested at 5:29:45 a.m. Mountain War Time July 16, 1945. The … more
At the turn of the 20th century, most of the arid land east of Las Cruces, New Mexico was ranch land. Cattle, sheep, and goat ranches filled the Tularosa Basin, the Oscuro Range, and the surrounding … more
Chris Ward has been interested in art since he was a child. His heroes, depicted permanently on his arms as tattoos, are Paul Gauguin and Vincent van Gogh. “In 6th grade, I painted a … more
New Mexico State University’s largest-ever Pride Season is now underway.  NMSU’s LGBT+ Programs hosts Pride Season each spring to celebrate the diversity of students, faculty … more
The NMSU University Art Museum (UAM) opened the 2022 Juried Student Show (JSS) Mach 18 in Devasthali Hall, 1308 E. University Avenue, at the intersection of University and Solano Drive. more
“I see long and bitter warfare,” a retired Russian history professor who lives in Las Cruces said about the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. With a weak economy and inadequate … more
The next “Listen to Your Art” lecture with the Museum of Art will take place on Friday, March 18 at 1:30pm. Elizabeth Harvey will present Sacred and Wild: The Art of Virginia María Romero. more
After 6 years and many productions, Silver City Community Theatre’s mission continues: to enrich, educate and entertain the Silver City and Grant County communities by providing a broad range … more
Starting March 2, the Las Cruces International Film Festival has seen its biggest attendance ever, close to 10,000 people, as it presented its usual mix of locally filmed movies, celebrities including William H. Macy and Don … more
On Sunday, March 6, Grant County citizens met up in Gough Park in Silver City to show solidarity with the people of Ukraine under attack from Russia. more
Once, a long while ago, I accompanied my Uncle Nils to California. He was a truck driver and came through New Mexico to say hello as he passed by. I must have been in my teens at the time, still … more
During the horsemanship clinic I gave up in Albuquerque last fall, one of the participants asked an interesting question. She wanted to know how I would summarize, in a few short phrases, my primary … more
“We were going out of our minds,” Izzy said, reflecting back on when everything had shut down, pretty much without warning, due to COVID-19. The weather was cold, wet, dreary, and no … more
High-flying fun is back for 2022 on Saturday, April 2, when the annual Whitewater Mesa Fun Kite Flying Picnic returns to the wide-open spaces on the mesa north of Glenwood. more
Returning to the site where their predecessors help defeat Pancho Villa, the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club of El Paso will visit Columbus on Saturday, March 5. The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club … more
The Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Galley (MVFA), 2470-A Calle de Guadalupe on the historic plaza in Mesilla, will feature works by local artists John Glass and Bob Zolto in March. Glass, a … more
Desert Exposure would like to include your special events, from any southern New Mexico community. Please submit your event title, time, location and contact information to editor@desertexposure.com; … more
SILVER CITY This March the Grant County Art Guild features three artists in the gallery and is holding two Open Studios and various workshops in the Annex. Glass artist Susan Rice, painter and … more
Silver City writer/poet Alethea Eason has compiled poems from her life to create “The Opened Earth Poetry Series.” “About a year ago I had a dream that I should create a poetry … more
Viridiana “Viri” Torres has struggled with mental-health issues most of her adult life and has been in several mental-health facilities. Then, she came to Visión en Acción … more
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