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A five-person, multi-disciplinary design assistance team from the American Institute of Architecture (AIA) based in Washington, D.C., toured … more
New Mexico will have three newly drawn U.S. congressional districts thanks to a bill signed into law Dec. 17 by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham. The bill, sponsored by state Sen. Joseph Cervantes of … more
The ARTE Institute for Lifelong Learning of Las Cruces will begin spring classes and tours on Monday, Jan. 10, 2022, kicking off a semester that continues through May 17 and includes visits to the … more
You could call Las Cruces High School and New Mexico State University graduate Julian Alexander a renaissance man, a jack of all trades, a polymath. Or you could just say he is a talented and daring … more
For underworld intrigue in an on-going series, Shade Records, R-Unity Films and the El Paso Community Foundation Plaza Classic Film Festival present the world premieres of the El Paso-made … more
Science Saturday blasts off with holiday cheer this Saturday, Dec. 11, when Museum of Space History educators present “Cosmic Christmas Crafts”. Kids will learn how to take simple items … more
The Las Cruces Railroad Museum (LCRRM) is offering two new holiday programs this year, the City of Las Cruces said in a news release. Continuing through Saturday, Dec. 18, residents can write or … more
In the spirit of the Holiday Season, the Silver City Knitters, Silver City MainStreet, and the Murray Ryan Visitor Center are working together for the “Need a Hat – Take a Hat” … more
Pitlochry is set in Scotland’s geographic center along a main route through the Highlands towards the Cairngorms. My first glimpse, as I approached Pitlochry by train, registered the … more
Ten local authors from The Las Cruces Writers Group are holding a book signing and sale 2-5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 11, at the Mesilla Valley Mall, Las Cruces. “We have books in so many … more
Desert Exposure would like to include your special events, from any southern New Mexico community, in our … more
In a world filled with flavorless, cookie-cutter chain stores, it’s nice to talk with local shop owners. There is a zest for life and an urge to create that fuels their day-to-day living. Lisa … more
Oh, the Ocotillo hikers and their made-up names! There’s Cupcake’s Conondrum, Two and Three Dog Canyon (but no One Dog Canyon!), and so many more funny trail names that only the insider … more
Every year around this time, we start seeing the messages everywhere, in many forms: Peace on Earth, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays. I’m beginning to wonder, though, do we really want Peace … more
Do you hate poetry? I hear that a lot. People see something written in a vertical form, strange lines, sometimes rhyming. For some, the eye just rolls away as soon as they see the … more
The menorah is lit during MEGA Chanukah on the Plaza, an event held at Plaza de Las Cruces by Chabad of Las Cruces Sunday Nov. 28. Chanukah begins at sunset and continues for 8 days. This year’s celebration on the plaza welcomed and fed close to 1,000 people featuring a live concert, Gelt drop by the Las Cruces Fire Department, a Chanukah pop up shop and variety of craft activities for children. more
Santa Claws? That’s the idea of The Cat’s Meow Resource and Adoption Center (CMAC) having a fundraising book fair from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, at Barnes & Noble, located inside Mesilla Valley Mall, 700 S. Telshor Blvd. more
Over 125 unique Nativity sets from all over the world, most handcrafted and hand-painted are going up for sale on Dec. 4. more
Mesilla Valley Chorale (MVC) is welcoming its new director, Carol Nike, and returning accompanist Ginny May, as it continues the popular performances the chorale began in May 1972 after a long pandemic-induced hiatus. more
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