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New Mexico State University students who have a knack for spinning milk and sugar into fresh gelato and working butter and flour into delicate pastries want to be part of your Thanksgiving spread … more
On Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), Tuesday, Nov. 2, folks gather in Mesilla Plaza during the festival holiday that reunites the living and dead. Three area folklorico dance groups participated … more
New Mexico's U.S. senators are making another attempt to protect the last remaining free-flowing rivers and tributary systems to the Colorado River.Sen. Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., and Sen. Ben Ray … more
A new Silver City mural depicts New Mexican folk arts and depicts the crafts and skills displayed at the town’s Maker’s Market. The mural, done by artist Carlos Callejo, is located … more
“Why did that quilt win?” I blurted, eyeing both the blue ribbon and the distinctly different character of the quilt before me. “Oh, you should never say that,” my companion … more
In 2020, John Stermer would have been 100 years old. John and his wife, Lucy Anna, were pillars of Silver City society with John as a mover in the arts world and Lucy a politician who served several … more
A night for drag [Photo gallery]
Drag King Dice Santana out of Grand Rapids, Michigan, served as MC for New Mexico State University’s LGBT+ Programs OUTober Halloween Drag Show held Thursday, Oct. 28. Offering almost daily … 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
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 Southwest Environmental Center (SEC) of Las Cruces announced that it is launching Wildlife for All (WFA), a national campaign to reform state wildlife management to be more ecological-driven, … more
After 23 years, one business in the Mesilla Valley has grown from one little corn maze made in honor of Las Cruces’ 150th birthday into a yearly institution providing not only a maze but numerous games, activities and pumpkins on October weekends. more
The New Mexico Department of Agriculture (NMDA) will host pesticide disposal events in Deming and Santa Rosa Tuesday, Oct. 19 and Thursday, Oct. 21, respectively. The Deming event will take place at … 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
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
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
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
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