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A U.S. Court of Appeals ruling earlier this year could be “the final nail in the coffin” for a proposed high-level nuclear waste storage facility in southeast New Mexico, a Las Cruces … more
Thursday, Nov. 2, Virgin Galactic completed its sixth space mission in six months and 10th to date. The Galactic 05 mission saw Virgin Galactic’s spaceship converted into a suborbital lab for … more
The Las Cruces International Mariachi Conference (LCIMC) presents its 30 th Anniversary Spectacular Concert, 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 11, at the Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University Ave. … more
The 54th annual Jazz Jumpstart and Jazz Ensembles Concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10, in Atkinson Recital Hall, New Mexico State University Music Building, 1075 N. Horseshoe St. on campus. … more
  “An inspirational showcase of our professors’ artwork” is how Expressive Arts major Charlee Alexander described the new exhibition of work by WNMU faculty on display at … 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
Col. George Turner took over leadership at White Sands Missile Range Nov. 2 in a Change of Command ceremony. Following the passing of the colors ceremony, Major Gen. James J. Gallivan, … more
There’s a buzz in downtown Las Cruces on the weekends. You can feel it walking down the street. You can see it passing the boutiques and restaurants. Downtown Blues Coffee, located 130 S. Main … more
The 28th annual Las Cruces Veterans Day Parade will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, in downtown Las Cruces, the City of Las cruces said in a news release. The parade will form at the corner of … more
Events somber and celebratory filled the Plaza in Mesilla Friday through Sunday, Oct. 27-29, for Dia de los Muertos, the annual celebration of departed friends and family. Many created ofrendas, … more
This year I would like to share the words of a southern New Mexico writer addressed to other writers in the area. Christophe Maso is the author of “The Scream of the Butterfly,” a gothic … more
Springtime passions when you’re all of 11 Trying to fly with sheets in the scouring, dusty winds of a New Mexico March Digging tiger pits with a dull shovel in … more
The girl walked barefooted on the granulated rock and sand, and among the thickness of the mesquite and creosote brush that grew vastly wild in the desert. In the cool night, the full moon shone … more
I have thought of the dead girl many times since the day I stood at the head of the coffin, slightly nauseated by the incense wafting around me.  I was nine years old and I had never seen a dead … more
The Tribes are all here. Here on the banks of the Gila. Spread out up and downstream, colors flying. It's October. Sunny. Dry. Pleasant, cool nights. Good swimming in the day. We play host to … more
Road draws northeast.  I follow her curves, wait when she waits, admire the view, places where light falls like breathing.  You hold it in your hands as you drive, hold light in your … more
Your voice falling after this thunder like handfuls of cool mud plastered onto silence, our lightning wounds Dark mending over the places that will always need it: a result … more
“Quantum Cowboys” plays with time the way a cat plays with a mouse. It could be described with equal energy as brilliant or as confusing. It is a ride you have to hold on for; things … more
On Saturday, Oct. 28, the village of Tularosa will once again be entertained by some Halloween fun.  From 5-9 p.m. the Tularosa Arts and History Council (TAHC) is hosting the “Halloween on Granado … more
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