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Retired doctor and long-time local performer George Jarden will host the fourth annual “The Song of America” at 1 p.m. Friday, June 30, 2 p.m. Saturday, July 1, and 7 p.m. Monday, July 3, … more
Three new exhibitions opened June 22 at the NMSU Art Museum (UAM), in Devasthali Hall, 1308 E. University Ave., at the intersection of University and Solano Drive. The exhibitions, which … more
The target flight date for Virgin Galactic’s first commercial spaceflight, Galactic 01, is  June 29, from Spaceport America. The three-person crew from the Italian Air Force and … more
As Las Cruces and much of the rest of the country endure extreme summer temperatures, it is important to be aware of the potential for heat illnesses and how they can be avoided, said a Las Cruces … more
“Heat is a health and safety risk,” City of Las Cruces Sustainability Officer Lisa LaRocque told the Las Cruces City Council during its June 26 work session. “Urban heat” … more
“Victoria in the Highlands” was written by Monte H. Wright and Autumn Gieb. Wright and Gieb, along with Karen Buerdsell, comprise the cast; Wright directed the play and Gieb designed the … more
Artist and Las Cruces native Coy Lowther has joined Agave Artist Gallery, 2250 Calle de San Albino in Mesilla. Lowther’s paintings and drawings “are often a mix of realism juxtaposed … more
Mia Berkson is well on her way to living her dream of performing professionally in live theatre. Earlier this year, Mia, 15, played the lead in the musical “Matilda,” singing, … more
The first Las Cruces Typewriter Revival in May had such a good turnout, the creators of the event are doing it again. The return of Typewriter Revival will be held 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, June 24, … more
The 2023 Spaceport America Cup is happening this week, June 19-24, in Southern New Mexico. Launch days can be watched live-stream on the Experimental Sounding Rocket Association YouTube page. more
Bob Log III, a one-of-a-kind musical spectacle known for performing in a full-body cannonball suit and motorcycle helmet, is headlining a special show at the Portal Peak Cafe and Lodge in Portal, … more
Western New Mexico University hosted Mescalero Apache youth who recently came to Silver City as part of a school field trip to harvest agave plants on nearby Freeport-McMoRan property. Agave, also … more
Before he connected with Court Youth Center (CYC), Las Cruces native Nazario Sandoval was a young teenager hanging out on the street and expressing himself through graffiti and other sometimes … more
The state of New Mexico is outpacing the national average for registering residents in the Affordable Connectivity Program – a key federal initiative to help … more
Las Cruces artist Kathy Morrow continues work on the rock art project she is re-creating on a small hill across the road from the New Mexico State University golf course club house. The project … more
“Consider This” is a solo 45-60 minute romp through the pre-history of American theater, from Greek Tragedy to Commedia dell’Arte, Clown, Buffoon, masks and more. One of … more
Three new art exhibitions will have opening receptions at New Mexico State University’s Art Museum at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, June 22. These exhibitions are free and open to the public and will run … more
Joe and Elaine Foster sold their 4,200-square-foot house in Talavera last fall and bought a 900-square-foot home in Mesilla which they have spent the last nine months renovating. Built about … more
NeighborWoods Las Cruces is laying the groundwork for a massive tree planting this November. The organization, which was formed in November 2022, is “trying to increase the tree canopy in … more
“Gypsy: A Musical Fable” has its final three performances this weekend at Las Cruces Community Theatre, 313 N. Main St. Shows are at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 16-17, and 2 p.m. … more
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