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Open Call for Art: “Creatures of the Gila” art show, to be held Sept 1-10, at the Grant County Art Guild Studio, … more
We often take for granted the close proximity of several cities making day trips accessible. With summer here, the open road offers opportunity to take any day of the week and find enjoyment. On a … more
The 39th Annual July 4th Ice Cream Social is happening Tuesday, July 4th, at the Silver City Museum, featuring a full slate of local musicians, vendors, food, … more
Author, photographer, translator and award-winning poet Margaret Randall, author, will read from her new collection of poetry, “Vertigo of Risk,” at 6 p.m. Sunday, July 9, at Casa Camino … more
The BIG BANG Festival, sponsored by the International Space Hall of Fame Foundation, kicks off the Foundation’s 50 th anniversary celebration. The event features special guest Shuttle Astronaut … more
At the Doña Ana Arts Council Gallery, international artist and Las Cruces resident Sonya Fe has literally put her whole self into her paintings in a daring exhibit of art she has never shown … more
The Asombro Institute for Science Education (AISE) has extended summer hours for its Chihuahuan Desert Nature Park. With more than three miles of hiking trails, including one ADA-accessible … more
The Doña Ana County Historical Society (DACHS) was formed in 1963 to help preserve historic Fort Selden north of Las Cruces. That preservation effort consumed the first 10 years of … more
Three new exhibitions opened June 22 at the NMSU Art Museum (UAM), in Devasthali Hall, 1308 E. University Ave., at the intersection of University and Solano Drive. The exhibitions, which … more
Mia Berkson is well on her way to living her dream of performing professionally in live theatre. Earlier this year, Mia, 15, played the lead in the musical “Matilda,” singing, … more
The first Las Cruces Typewriter Revival in May had such a good turnout, the creators of the event are doing it again. The return of Typewriter Revival will be held 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, June 24, … more
“Consider This” is a solo 45-60 minute romp through the pre-history of American theater, from Greek Tragedy to Commedia dell’Arte, Clown, Buffoon, masks and more. One of … more
New Mexico State University doctoral candidate Tyler Martin Sehnal will sign copies of his book “Playing in the Rain” 10 a.m.-noon, Saturday, June 17, at COAS Bookstore, 317 N. Main St. … more
Corazón Collective, a group of Texas- and California-based Latinx poets and writers, will tour New Mexico and El Paso June 16-24, including a stop in Las Cruces Sunday, June 18. Las … more
Can't wait to see the beautiful, thought provoking, strange, human things you send us! Writing contest: Desert Exposure will continue its longstanding writing contest. Winners will be featured in our … more
Silver City MainStreet Project is excited to announce June’s Kick-Ass Entrepreneurs — Silver City (KAE-SC) Story Time featuring Little Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery. The … more
Silver City – Western New Mexico University’s (WNMU’s) Division of External Affairs is organizing an event for the public and campus community focused on Indigenous art, music, … more
Frank “Pancho” Romero has a doctorate in trumpet performance; he is also a trumpet doctor. In fact, when it comes to the trumpet, Romero can play it, teach others to play it, compose … more
Mama Rose is a role Janet Beatty-Payne waited more than 30 years to play, and she totally rocks it in Las Cruces Community Theatre’s (LCCT) production of “Gypsy,” which continues … more
In a new class at New Mexico State University’s Creative Media Institute (CMI), students are learning how to create a web series, and they are producing episodes “that have some … more
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