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In a few days, I’m off to Orlando for my 25th PGA Merchandise Show, often termed “The Major of the Golf Industry.” Virtually every year, speakers try to rally the troops to … more
Thursday, Jan. 18 Film: “Saltburn,” 7:30 p.m. at the Fountain Theatre, 2469 Calle de Guadalupe, Mesilla. Info: Friday, Jan. 19 Art opening: “A … more
Las Cruces Real Estate Brokers Laurel Brandi & April Hernandez of New Mexico Properties will host a free first-time homebuyer's workshop at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 20, at the Las … more
The delay in filling the position of inspector general suggested city officials weren’t serious about keeping promises made in 2018 following audits that revealed allegations of bid-rigging and … more
The “Visit Las Cruces stories” video contest is back, and the call for entries is open until Feb. 28. The second annual contest invites entrants to draw from the “rich folklore … more
Martin Luther King Jr. is remembered differently by different people. Some remember him for his assertion that nonviolent struggle was the righteous and effective path to justice. Others reflect … more
The No Strings Theatre Company, based at the Black Box Theatre in downtown Las Cruces, will hold open auditions later this month for a production of “Home,” written by David Storey and … more
In Albuquerque, first-term state Sen. Katy Duhigg, a Democrat elected in 2020, has been preparing for a “short session” sure to be packed with proposals going beyond budgetary matters and … more
The idea of science embedded in movies is not new, and when the board of the Mesilla Valley Film Society (MVFS) noticed an available grant pairing science-related movies with real scientists, the … more
In front of a gaggle of school children and various officials, paleontologists gathered Thursday, Jan. 11 to unveil a dinosaur jawbone discovered almost 40 years ago. more
“Learn to Think Like a Director” is a workshop presented by Silver City Community Theatre on script analysis and production. Award winning professional actor, director and educator Scott … more
The thing about getting older is that you find yourself going to the doctor more often, Blood tests, mammograms if … more
Rosmary Dupray of Silver City looked around, listened to what is happening in the country and was confused by what she saw. She heard that some places are discussing censoring books and information … more
James Meredith challenged Mississippi’s racial order and paved the way for integration nationwide. His path down the road of affecting change on a national scale all began in the … more
The Mimbres Region Arts Council presents Chocolate Fantasia, XOCOLATL: Mayan Chocolate, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Febr. 10. Xocolatl is the Mayan word for chocolate. This word was chosen … more
Claudia Sheinbaum or Xóchitl Gálvez? Which of these two women will be the first woman in Mexico’s history to be elected President in the national elections next June?  … more
A crowd turned out Saturday, Nov. 25 for the Ribbon Cutting of the New York Avenue Side Street alleyway improvement project. The project is a collaboration of community of artisans, small … more
Magali Gomez, Ruben S. Torres Elementary School 5 th grade teacher was “bamboozled” when her name was called during a Dec. 12 assembly at the Deming school. She was expecting to … more
Adults with diabetes can learn how to make healthy, delicious meals at a Kitchen Creations cooking school. The next one will be from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Wednesday’s, Jan. 17, 24, 31 and Feb. 7 at … more
This is not the best of times, nor is it the worst of times yet, although we are on a downward trajectory; and if we don’t change course, the worst of times is imminent. … more
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