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After over a year and a half without a live audience, Virus Theater is back at its own particular brand of magic – bringing relevant, live, original theater to our Grant County … more
The Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument will reopen at 9 a.m. Thursday, June 17, Acting Park Superintendent Jerome Flood announced Wednesday evening. more
“We brought the inside out,” A Bite of Belgium owner Jodie York said about their huge dining tent – it can seat up to 250 people – located behind the restaurant at 741 N. Alameda Blvd., No. 16. more
International Make Music Day is Monday, June 21, in Las Cruces. The City of Las Cruces-sponsored event brings together local organizations hosting free live concerts throughout the city featuring local musicians. It will include live and online performances and demonstrations. more
The New Mexico Poet Laureate Program is currently accepting submissions for consideration for publication in the New Mexico Poetry Anthology: Vol. 1. The deadline to send in materials is Thursday, July 1. more
As it turns out, there are a million and two brilliant things in Black Box Theatre’s current production of “Every Brilliant Thing.” more
El Paso-born retired geophysicist Allen Gilmer found himself enwrapped in the movie business recently as a script set in El Paso came to his attention. more
The summer solstice is at 9:32 p.m. MDT Sunday, June 20. The solstice marks the first day of summer and the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. more
After spending a school quarter learning about science and space and participating in an art project with the Doña Ana Arts Council, two classes of third-grade students got to spend a day at Spaceport America in early June. more
State announces $100 incentive for COVID-19 vaccination boosters or J&J shots New Mexicans encouraged to sign up for vaccination through June 17 more
The City of Las Cruces is teaming up with a jazz musician and a filmmaker, both from Las Cruces, to present the all-virtual Juneteenth Jazz Festival, Friday and Saturday, June 18-19. All events at the festival are free and open to the public. more
The Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery (MVFA), 2470-A Calle de Guadalupe, across from the Fountain Theatre on the Mesilla Plaza, will feature local artists Mary Zawacki and Kurt Van Wagner in June. more
In partnership with chef John Hartley and the New Mexico State University School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management (HRTM), NMSU professor of fungal plant pathology Soum Sanogo, Ph.D., and students in his fungal biology course held the 2021 NMSU Mushroom Cooking Demonstration event. more
Although global warming is becoming quite unkind to planet Earth, it has generally been positive for the trout fishery in northern New Mexico — up to this point, that is. We’re in … more
Nikolaus Copernicus, a Renaissance mathematician born in 1473, kept his mathematical findings that the Earth is not the center of the universe to himself. Rather, he found, Earth is one of several … more
The editor of Desert Exposure has a J.R.R. Tolkein quote on her vehicle that reads “Not all who wander are lost.” Marc Levesque aims to say, “None who wander are … more
Reservations for the October Trinity Site motor coach tour, hosted by the New Mexico Museum of Space History and International Space Hall of Fame Foundation, are now being taken through the … more
On Tuesday, May 4, I crossed the border at Santa Teresa for the first time in more than a year. Previously, I had made this crossing at least once a month for more than a decade in order to document … more
Live, indoor theatre returns to Black Box Theatre, 430 N. Main St. Downtown with its production of “Every Brilliant Thing,” written by Duncan Macmillan and Jonny Donahoe, directed by Ceil Herman and starring Autumn Gieb. more
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