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An investigation into the loss of a pin during Virgin Galactic’s most recent flight to the edge of space over New Mexico is not expected to require design changes or delays as the spaceliner … more
The Las Cruces district office of the federal Bureau of Land Management and the nonprofit Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks are calling for applications for the national monument’s spring … more
The No Strings Theatre Company’s production of “Home,” by British playwright David Storey, opens at the Black Box Theatre in downtown Las Cruces on Friday, March 1. The production, … more
Dance, music, vibrant costumes and spoken word aim to bring to life the oral histories and traditions of Nuevo Mexicano, Chicano, and Mexican American communities. more
The 10th Natural History of the Gila Symposium  takes place Feb. 28-March 1 at the Western New Mexico University Global Resource Center.  more
New Mexico State University’s Learning Games Lab mostly does its work quietly, with a team of professional illustrators and animators at work over screens in a darkened room on the Las Cruces … more
New Mexico has been a "dissection choice" state since 2005. The alternatives to dissecting real animals are getting more sophisticated. more
Author and poet Heather Frankland will present the next workshop in The Write Stuff writing series, a 2-hour talk and generative workshop: Of Love and Heartbreak: Using Poetry as a Tool to Navigate … more
Growing up in El Paso didn’t keep actress Christina Villa from her dreams as she landed a leading role in a feature film titled “Wanted Man.” In fact, her connection with the El … more
This Valentine’s Day, Western New Mexico Fine Arts Center Theatre hosts a “one night only” production to raise money and awareness for the mission and vision of Silver Regional … more
At Otero Arts the photography of poet and fiction writer Rochelle Williams is on display for the month of February. “A Poet’s Eye: Accidental Beauties” is a retrospective of her … more
Frank Parrish grew up in El Paso. A self-identified rockhound by the age of 7, he scoured the Franklin Mountains for rocks and fossils as he grew up, ultimately picking up degrees at the University … more
Facts are something that many might argue are in very short supply in the fabric of today’s society. Between politicians spouting “alternative” facts, and the ease with which the … more
Gustav Klimt once declared, “All art is erotic.” People have been pondering the meaning of that brief statement for over a century. The discussion over what defines erotica has been going … more
Call for Veterans & Military Connected Artists: In Alamogordo, Otero Arts will hold its “Second Annual Otero Veteran Arts Showcase” (OVAS) in June at the Otero … more
Desert Exposure would like to include your special events, from any southern New Mexico community. Please submit your event title, time, location and contact information to editor@desertexposure.com; … more
Wilderness areas take us back to how the world looked before the advent of cars, roads and the many conveniences of civilization that we enjoy today. They are essential places where we can leave … more
100% Otero is a grassroots nonprofit eliminating childhood trauma in Otero County by supporting families with 10 vital services: food, housing, medical/dental care, behavioral health care, … more
The second annual Damsite Day in Elephant Butte, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 17, begins with the Polar Bear Plunge at noon. Last year saw a record number of jumpers and more are expected this year. … more
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