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American founder and slaveholder Thomas Jefferson and the writers Charles Dickens and Leo Tolstoy are stuck together in a room. It’s not the beginning of a joke, but of the comedy set to … more
New Mexico has one of the nation's last "wild" rivers, free of human-made structures and community representatives will be back in the nation's Capitol this week to advocate for its protection. A … more
A federal initiative helping more than 68,000 low-income homes in New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District pay for the internet has begun winding down. That’s because Congress has not … more
Cooking corned beef and cabbage at Fort Seldon This program highlights outdoor cooking techniques and a history of this unique dish and its relation to Fort Selden Historic Site and New Mexico. … more
On Wednesday, March 20, the Grant County Archaeological Society transforms its regular monthly meeting into a special … more
Holloman Air Force Base is looking for food trucks to participate in the Legacy of Liberty Airshow Sunday, June 2. With a crowd of thousands expected, Holloman is looking for a variety of trucks … more
Join New Mexico Arts (NMA) for an in-person talk at Lincoln Historic Site with NMA 2024 Artist-in-Residence, Marcus Xavier Chormicle (Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians/Chicano), a Las … more
If aliens landed and found Ron Perlman in the desert, he would give them no information other than rank and serial number. When asked what his rank is, he said corporal. “In the big … more
Director and conductor of the New Horizons Orchestra in Las Cruces, Jorge Martinez-Rios, an associate professor at New Mexico State University, came across an idea. Having been introduced to a man … more
“’Vanya & Sofia & Masha & Spike’ by Christopher Durang, has been called wickedly, delightfully funny. And, Silver City Community Theatre (SCCT) will perform the 2013 … more
Pancho Villa State Park in Columbus commemorates Camp Furlong Day  on Saturday, March 9. more
Art and poetry lovers rejoice: New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (NMDCA) has launched a statewide ekphrastic poetry contest dedicated to finding written inspiration in pieces of artwork on … more
A New Mexico resident will attend President Joe Biden's State of the Union address tonight as legislation is pending to expand the  Radiation Exposure Compensation Act . The measure was passed … more
There is something decidedly British afoot at the Black Box Theatre. Two tweedy gentlemen meet to exchange pleasantries and small talk. All is not as it seems, however, as offset by the arrival … more
On March 1, the Las Cruces International Film Festival began its season with a poster reveal party at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum. The crowded room full of people cheered both as … more
The Las Cruces Museum of Art, 491 N. Main Street, hosts the second annual “Chalk Walk” event from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday. The free event features guest artists in the … more
When banker Joe Bullock wrote a little book of faith-based fiction, including an angelic twist on his friend and New Mexico State University golf legend, Herb Wimberly, he had no idea the result, … more
Alexa Tubbs and Matt Leef met while hiking the Continental Divide Trail in 2019. Then, within 24 hours, they bonded over bright green cans of brown ale featuring a Moose on the can – Moose … 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
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