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Marilyn Page has been one of the central energy sources for the Deming Gem & Mineral Society since moving to Deming in 2003. Her love of working with stones and gem quality minerals began in New … more
“Our Border Economic Development Day in Santa Fe went really well,” Border Industrial Association (BIA) President Jerry Pacheco of Santa Teresa told the Bulletin. Pacheco, Doña … more
“I have been in awe of the rapid growth of the film industry in Las Cruces in recent years,” said Albuquerque filmmaker Keagan Karnes, who grew up in Las Cruces. Karnes was responding … more
The Super Secret Improv Show (SSIS) will host its first improv performance of 2023 at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29, at Black Box Theatre, 430 N. Main St. downtown. “We will be performing a … more
Rush Allen has been “doing art” his whole life. The young artist, 29, has been chosen to create the artwork for the Las Cruces International Film Festival this year and is busy … more
Las Cruces-based chamber music ensemble Camerata Del Sol is welcoming the new year and celebrating Black History Month with performances in late January and February, the group said in a news … more
The 17th annual Rio Grande Waste Services Wild West Shootout presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts drew to a close on the evening of Sunday, Jan. 22, at FK Rod Ends Vado Speedway Park, and it was … more
Blank Conversations Theatre Company (BCTC) and the Rio Grande Theatre (RGT) present “Green Day’s American Idiot,” the musical in six performances, Friday, Jan. 20-Sunday, Jan. 29, … more
It’s an all-star cast as Black Box Theatre (BBT) presents “Love, Loss and What I Wore.” Cast members are Autumn Gieb, Karen Buerdsell, Debbie Jo Felix, Nancy Clein Tafoya and … more
“The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC), one of the key parties in the establishment of the Las Cruces Arts and Cultural District (ACD), is now actually housed in that singular … more
The overarching goal of PowerUp Las Cruces is to “usher in energy transition,” said City of Las Cruces Sustainability Officer Lisa LaRocque. The two-day energy expo is 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. … more
Is your internet too slow? Residents of Southern New Mexico, along with people across the nation, are just days away from a Friday, Jan. 13 deadline to tell the federal government which homes, … more
The Bureau of Land Management Las Cruces District will waive entrance fees for visitors to its recreation sites Jan. 16, in recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. This designated Fee-Free … more
Branigan Cultural Center (BCC), 501 N. Main St. downtown, will open a new exhibition, “City of Hope: Resurrection City and the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign,” on Friday, Jan. 20, and … more
When they convene Jan. 17 in Santa Fe for a 60-day session, New Mexico legislators will likely consider a state budget of almost $12 billion for the coming fiscal year, almost 43 percent more than … more
Offering an exploration of a sustainable, electric, world of the future, the Jan. 20-21 PowerUP Expo is designed to be a “fun and interactive experience,” said organizing committee member … more
Three classes of race cars descended on the Vado Speedway track last week as the 17th Annual Wild West Shootout came to New Mexico bringing racers from across the country, and from Canada, to give … more
Finally, after many months of crazy hiking adventures in faraway lands, I hiked a trail in the vicinity of home again that is worthwhile reporting. Our good friend Molly recently relocated to … more
Virus Theater brings its highly physical and emotive theatrical style to William Shakespeare's classic tragedy. Virus Theater focuses on creating theater that is relevant and interesting to … more
In a new exhibit at the Western New Mexico University Francis McCray Gallery, pieces of art are going up that haven’t been seen for more than 20 years. The “Pen, Pencil and Print” … more
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