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Spicy Thanksgiving Tacos with Jalapeño Cranberry Relish Makes 6 tacos If you want a non-traditional Thanksgiving entrée or have leftover turkey and are tired of turkey sandwiches, … more
Live and in-person workshops and clinics, performances, jam sessions and so much more are part of the 28th annual Las Cruces International Mariachi Conference, Wednesday through Saturday, Nov. 10-13 … more
The Jumpstart Jazz Festival will be presented live and in person Friday and Saturday, Nov. 12-13 at the NMSU Music Building, 1075 N. Horseshoe St., on campus. The event will include performances … more
New Mexico State University students who have a knack for spinning milk and sugar into fresh gelato and working butter and flour into delicate pastries want to be part of your Thanksgiving spread … more
On Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), Tuesday, Nov. 2, folks gather in Mesilla Plaza during the festival holiday that reunites the living and dead. Three area folklorico dance groups participated … more
The Doña Ana Arts Council has been hearing from a large number of people who are excited about the return of the Renaissance ArtsFaire to Young Park Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 6-7. The hours … more
Light Art Space, 209 West Broadway in Silver City, features “Bound,” a juried printmaking exhibition through Nov. 13 and “Saints, Superheroes and the … more
The popular Navajo Rug Auction fundraiser, presented by the Foundation for Las Cruces Museums, is making its comeback this fall at noon on Saturday, Nov. 13, in the Center for Spiritual Living at 575 … more
Silver City poet, Lynne Zotalis, shares news of the international publication of Human to Human, a poetry anthology that features 46 poems by 28 poets.Emerging from the Global Pandemic, it is … more
A new Silver City mural depicts New Mexican folk arts and depicts the crafts and skills displayed at the town’s Maker’s Market. The mural, done by artist Carlos Callejo, is located … more
When a mean haboob swept across Rodeo, New Mexico, last summer, it left a half-inch of sand at the historic Chiricahua Gallery with a layer of dust that settled atop cabinets, on walls and on some of … more
Alan Greene has been hooked on art since he was in middle school. The Silver High School graduate has had an up-and-down life. He was born in Silver City on Easter Sunday in 1955, joined the Navy … more
Let's go! said the mother to the three boys Do we have to asked the eldest. I'm hungry said the middle, wishing to stay home. I, the youngest, knowing we would go, said nothing. It had … more
I will start with my confession. I was the one responsible for the events which took place in the east wing of Breland Hall, at the campus of New Mexico State University, in the fall of 1970. To … more
Achaban House on the island of Mull, sits on a grassy incline above Loch Pottie where mist often prevails. Its liminal quality is captivating: I watch how mist floats and hovers gauze-like, even … more
“Why did that quilt win?” I blurted, eyeing both the blue ribbon and the distinctly different character of the quilt before me. “Oh, you should never say that,” my companion … more
In 2020, John Stermer would have been 100 years old. John and his wife, Lucy Anna, were pillars of Silver City society with John as a mover in the arts world and Lucy a politician who served several … more
A night for drag [Photo gallery]
Drag King Dice Santana out of Grand Rapids, Michigan, served as MC for New Mexico State University’s LGBT+ Programs OUTober Halloween Drag Show held Thursday, Oct. 28. Offering almost daily … more
Singer/Songwriter Eliza Gilkyson will perform a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, in the NMSU Music Building’s Atkinson Recital Hall, 1075 N. Horseshoe St. on the NMSU … more
After reopening Oct. 1 after a hiatus of several months for renovations, Branigan Cultural Center (BCC), 501 N. Main St. Downtown, has three major presentations planned in November. Wednesday, … more
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