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Nearly one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, most of us have become accustomed to wearing masks, social distancing, virtual schooling and remote working. We have all … more
During this last year, we have been able to listen to our favorite recordings as before. The pandemic, however, has precluded the possibility of many in-person performances and gatherings in which music figures prominently. more
The Hood is featuring work by a range of outstanding artists in its Virtual Visiting Artist Series, which began earlier this year. more
New Mexico State University Theatre Department’s annual Our annual “Broadway on Stage” has a new name and a new look for 2021. more
The 2020 film “Broken Gaiete,” written, produced and directed by Las Cruces filmmaker Hafid Abdelmoula, recently won best feature film at the 2021 Santa Fe Film Festival. more
I was surprised and excited at the prospect of wheelchair-using mini figurines for Dungeons and Dragons and while I was playing World of Warcraft this evening, I made the mistake of looking for resources on representation in a game that I love. more
Long in the works, the agreement just signed between the Silver City Museum and the Western Institute for Lifelong Learning (WILL) commences a historic partnership. The agreement was signed by Museum … more
I hadn’t showered that morning, but I was at the meeting point at 8 a.m., so I guess you could say I was rough and ready. I felt just about right for a hike in the Rough and Ready Mountains. more
After a broken appointment in Palomas, I felt aimless for a while, driving around in the morn-ing sunlight. So I started out in the direction of Las Chepas, 18 miles west. I was to find out there was … more
In 1918 Silver City, not yet 50 years old, was growing from a small frontier town into an aspiring, up-to-date bigger town. That fall, local citizens were preoccupied with three overriding issues: … more
The morning of Friday, Feb. 5, I drove U.S. 70 from Las Cruces to Tularosa. The whole way, across the desert, two counties, three cities and two military installations, flags were at half-staff. … more
“It being exactly 4:20 (p.m.), we go to House Bill 12,” Rep. Daymon Ely, D-Corrales, quipped Friday, Feb. 26, to begin the debate over legalization of marijuana. more
Legislation that would end a debate raging since 2004 over the proposed diversion of the Gila River passed on a 43-24 vote Thursday, Feb. 25, in the New Mexico House of Representatives and now moves … more
The New Mexico Department of Health has updated statewide COVID-19 map for the two-week period beginning Feb. 24, with 19 New Mexico counties at the Yellow Level and six at the Green Level, at which … more
The next virtual exhibit at Tombaugh Gallery will feature two artists, John and Souheir Rawlings from the T or C area. The exhibit will begin in early March and will continue through May. more
New Mexico’s Human Services Department and Public Education Department partner to issue another round of Pandemic-Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) to students who qualify for free or reduced meal program and who continue remote or hybrid learning model for the 2020-2021 school year. more
A longtime stalwart of the Las Cruces running community, the late Lawrence Joy, is being honored with a virtual 5k sponsored by Las Cruces Running Club (LCRC). more
BeWellnm, the New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange, has announced ongoing special enrollment for the New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange, which ends May 15. more
The March art exhibit at Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) will feature artwork by Las Cruces artist and art teacher Wayne Carl Huber and eight of his students: Joy Calvert, Penny Duncklee, Jane Grider, Richard Harris, Maria Lopez, Carmen Navar, Beverley Pirtle and Ana Maria Uranga. more
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