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Modern music with a local vibe will once again fill NMSU's music halls this weekend. As middle and high school students from all across the country gather for a weekend of high intensity … more
The Annual Tour of the Gila Bicycle Race begins Wednesday, April 24, 2024, running through Sunday, Apr. 28. Law enforcement agencies will provide traffic control as racers travel through various … more
This weekend, the No Strings Theatre Company opens its production of the Tony-nominated play, “In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play” by Sarah Ruhl. According to the producers, the … more
Vamos Niños - Play to Learn Mobile Children’s Museum is hitting the road with a focus on serving rural and remote communities. The museum is set to make a lasting impact on childhood … more
Students with New Mexico State University’s Aggie Fashion Club are ready to book it to the runway and show off their unique fashion skills once again at their annual Sustainable Fashion Show. … more
Friday, April 12 General Federation of Women’s Club Progress Club, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., WIA Building 340 N. Reymond, Info: 575-649-4869. Las Cruces Pecan Festival, 3-9 p.m. at Young Park, … more
New Mexico State University will be hosting its first Out of the Darkness Campus Walk on April 13. The event will be a collaboration with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the NMSU … more
For cycling enthusiasts, Tour of the Gila is an exciting race to watch, and Silver City is always welcoming. This year’s event runs April 24 – 28, 2024. It … more
Going Dutch has a special meaning in Glenwood. Every April it’s time for the annual Glenwood Dutch Oven Gathering. This year, it will be held Saturday April 13 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at … more
The bizarre fictitious family created by cartoonist Charles Addams delighted New Yorker readers over five decades. They also inspired a television series, movies, toys and other merchandise. They are … more
The American Southwest Theatre Company, in residence at New Mexico State University, is selling seats in the Mark and Stephanie Medoff Theatre as part of ASTC’s 2024-25 Seat of Honor … more
Christine Woods, Make-A-Wish Southern Ambassadors chair, works every day to bring a moment of joy into the lives of children in the area who have a critical diagnosis. The small group of … more
An American, an Englishman, and a Russian walk into a room. There is no punch line, and despite what the title suggests, “The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo … more
Ross Marks loves bringing experience to the New Mexico State University campus to inspire students. more
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Think you know everything there is to know about mariachi? Chances are, you’ve only scratched the surface. more
What is a road trip movie? It might be about camaraderie, growth, changes and some unfolding insight. The New Mexico-made film, “Little Brother,” becomes the epitome of road trip … more
Student filmmakers in the Las Cruces Public Schools are presenting their movies and seeing them projected onto a big screen in the second annual Tell the Story LCPS Film Showcase, the district … more
American founder and slaveholder Thomas Jefferson and the writers Charles Dickens and Leo Tolstoy are stuck together in a room. It’s not the beginning of a joke, but of the comedy set to … more
Cooking corned beef and cabbage at Fort Seldon This program highlights outdoor cooking techniques and a history of this unique dish and its relation to Fort Selden Historic Site and New Mexico. … more
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