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On March 3, the Las Cruces International Film Festival will honor New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham with its prestigious “Hero” award for her tremendous support of the film & … more
The New Mexico State University Theatre Department continues with its High Desert Play Development program with the staged readings of two new plays. “Deal Me Out,” by MJ Halberstadt … more
Las Cruces Community Theatre (LCCT) presents “The Little Dog Laughed,” written by Douglas Carter Beane and directed for LCCT by Norman Lewis, for nine performances, opening Friday, March … more
 On Wednesday, March 2, Las Cruces made independent film “All The World Is Sleeping” will open the 7th Las Cruces International Film Festival. “All the World is Sleeping” … more
As part of the American Rescue Plan, Zoeglossia, “a community for poets with disabilities” that was co-founded by a New Mexico State University professor, will receive a $50,000 grant … more
The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum (NMFRHM), 4100 Dripping Springs Road, has an extensive new exhibit weaving together a many-layered story that led to one of the most infamous periods in … more
Do you have what it takes to write, shoot and edit a film in 48 hours? If so, the Las Cruces International Film Festival (LCIFF) is inviting you to join the 2022 “Reimagining Borders” … more
Phyllis and Jim McQuaide, well known Silver City actors, will celebrate Valentine’s Day with a performance “Love Letters” on Silver City Community Theatre (SCCT) Radio Hour, 5 p.m., … more
Two community theater productions are finishing up their runs this weekend. “Radium Girls, put on by the No Strings Theatre Company, is closing this weekend, wrapping up a three-week run at … more
Anne Q, a busy mother of a 7-year-old, makes a living out of  doing her original art. The artist, graphic designer and printmaker creates work exploring themes of mental and physical dystopia … more
Many people, especially those who have been gifted with a gorgeous quilt, marvel at its beauty, warmth and softness, but don’t often wonder, how did this come together? Over the centuries, … more
On Feb. 12,  Silver City will celebrate Territorial Charter Day and Silver City MainStreet will participate in the celebration with the fifth annual Urban Challenge Fun Run in downtown Silver … more
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Western New Mexico University is holding a program in Light Hall Auditorium at 11 a.m. Themed Commitment to Change, the program features a keynote speech from … more
“Me, Myself, and Shirley,” a one-woman show starring Cindy Williams, originally scheduled for February 4 and Feb. 5, 2022, has been postponed and will be rescheduled to 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. … more
Artist Nikesha Breeze’s exhibition “Four Sites of Return: Ritual, Remembrance, Reparation & Reclamation,” and artist Jackie Mitchell Edwards’ “Remembered Landscapes: … more
William H. Macy does not remember playing a truly evil character. The actor, after appearing in numerous films, is perhaps best known for his parts in the movie, “Fargo” (1996), and … more
Las Cruces author Mary Armstrong’s latest book, “The San Augustin: The Two Valleys Saga, Book Two,” is now available on amazon.com, she said. She is also the author of “The … more
Las Cruces Railroad Museum (LCRRM) will host “Brown Bag Lecture: Las Cruces Founder Pablo Melendres,” presented by Carlos Melendrez, at noon, Tuesday, Jan. 11. There is no charge to … more
Las Cruces filmmaker Brandon Tyler has completed his ninth short film, “Arkansas, Etc.,” and is continuing to submit the movie to film festivals across the country. The 14-minute, … more
Exploring the incredible contributions of the boy who dreamed of being an engineer is the centerpiece of this month’s Launch Pad Lecture at the Museum of Space History. “Rocket Man: Max … more
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