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The National Nuclear Security Administration is proposing to build an energy transmission line that would run across the protected Caja del Rio wilderness in northern New Mexico. It would be the … more
The Las Cruces City Council approved a planning document Monday that sets the stage for potential development on Northrise Drive. The Northrise Blueprint was approved on a 5-to-1 vote on Feb. 5, … more
Las Cruces’ Fine Arts Flea Market, established in 2020, returned to Plaza de Las Cruces downtown on Feb. 2 to help kick off For the Love of Art month. 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
Tell someone you’re a Baha’i and the most likely response is an instant look of puzzlement followed by questions along the lines of, “Ba what?” or “Ba Who?” … more
For many families living in New Mexico, especially those living in poverty, the opportunity to send their children to a quality private school is not always a reality. In these circumstances, charter … more
Home values are on the rebound as Las Cruces saw a small increase in January that is projected to rise even higher in lieu of the upcoming spring buyer season.  While an anticipated drop in … more
In 2016, New Mexico voters passed a constitutional amendment to end the unfair practice of cash bonds after an arrest. A bond is different from a fine, which is a form of punishment imposed … more
With the unfortunate closing of the Crisis Triage Center in Doña Ana County, we would like to reassure the community that services are available for them at Mesilla Valley Hospital. 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
Beginning in July 2027, law school graduates will take a new bar examination for qualifying to practice law in New Mexico, the state Supreme Court and the Board of Bar Examiners announced Monday. … more
When kids ride in the backseat of a car with friends, they forget a parent is usually sitting behind the wheel listening to everything they say. Years ago, I was driving my … more
In a coffee shop where I like to do my writing, a small group of people broke into a Spanish worship song. I didn’t expect it but it was nice to hear. The group didn’t look like a … more
Brianda Alirdz was fine coping with the COVID-19 pandemic up until the virus finally caught up to her during her 2021 Christmas break. The 18-year-old was a senior at Early College High School … 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
New Mexico State University’s five regents unanimously approved a list of finalists under consideration as NMSU’s next president during a special meeting Friday afternoon held by video … 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
Glenn Cutter of Picacho Hills, longtime champion of the arts and a Las Cruces business leader, was celebrated on the floor of the New Mexico Senate on Jan. 29 for his contributions not only to New … more
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