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In creating a movie, one must plan and imagine the sensations and visuals that will flow forth and carry the audience forward. In “Saltburn,” the forward momentum moves in a slow, roiling … more
Houston-based cumbia and norteño-style band Grupo Control will headline the second annual ¡mira! Las Cruces event in April, the city announced Monday. Last year’s festival … more
The ArtForms Artists Association of New Mexico announced that its 25 th annual “For the Love of Art” celebration will open on Feb. 2 and run through the month. The events include … more
SILVER CITY From Jan. 18 through Feb. 15 Francis McCray Gallery and the Edwina and Charles Milner Women in the Arts Series presents the exhibition “Allison Hudson—Safe … more
The newly minted Las Cruces Pecan Festival is coming up April 13-14. Developed to highlight the importance and impact of the pecan industry on the local economy, the event will feature the talent and … more
Tombaugh Gallery hosts invitational exhibit focusing on the songs of the folk singer Phil Ochs in January.  The exhibit opens with a reception 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7 at the gallery in … more
It’s a vast, dreamy landscape many in the Southwest feel lucky to have in their own backyard. Whether you are sledding down the soft waves of sand, spending time with family and friends, or … more
The Las Cruces Museums announced the Jan. 5 opening of two new exhibitions examining how artists relate to the natural environment. The exhibitions will be available through March 23. … more
To honor the 205 th anniversary of the original publication of “Frankenstein,” the novel by Mary Shelley, the Las Cruces Public Libraries is hosting a Frankenstein movie marathon downtown … more
One of the things I never particularly liked about the ubiquitous holiday affliction known as The Nutcracker is how unabashedly self-aware it is. There is never a point in which the dancers … more
In 2023, the New Mexico legislature passed a memorial making roasting green chile the state’s official aroma. Years ago, the legislature made the state question official: Red or green? … more
As the countdown to the New Year begins, the City of Las Cruces and the Downtown Las Cruces Partnership present the annual New Year’s Eve Chile Drop. more
The Grant County Community Foundation was created to enrich lives through collective action across southwest New Mexico, and serves as a vessel to provide sustainable and permanent financial support … more
Volunteers fanning out across New Mexico to help the Audubon Society add to more than 120 years' worth of data about bird populations. more
The New Mexico Film Office announced last week that a feature film, “Olmo,” completed filming in and near Las Cruces last month. The movie, directed by Mexican director Fernando … more
Studies show that social isolation and loneliness exacerbate health risks, both emotional and physical, with older people particularly vulnerable. As the holidays approach, New Mexico’s Aging … more
“The Nutcracker” has always been part of Joshua L. Peugh’s life, from childhood attendance to mainstay of his dancing career. There were some years he danced in the iconic … more
“There is no better time for ‘The Sound of Music’ than now,” Las Cruces Community Theatre director Norman Lewis says in his notes on the production, now in its final weekend. … more
The Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery, located at 2470-A Calle de Guadalupe in Mesilla (across from the Fountain Theatre) will feature two local artists for the month of January: Sue Ann Glenn and … more
“Ben Hur” concludes its run this week at the Black Box Theatre, with shows 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14; 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 15, and Saturday, Dec. 16; and a 2:30 p.m. matinee Sunday, Dec. … more
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