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The Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science (MONAS), 411 N. Main St. Downtown, will reopen with in-person programming in July, the City of Las Cruces said in a news release. more
This week's Reader Photo of the Week features photography by Doug Abbott. more
With a degree in accounting, Pepper J. Gallegos started doing makeup as a hobby – working on the recently deceased in funeral homes to make them look more natural. more
International Make Music Day is Monday, June 21, in Las Cruces. The City of Las Cruces-sponsored event brings together local organizations hosting free live concerts throughout the city featuring local musicians. It will include live and online performances and demonstrations. more
The New Mexico Poet Laureate Program is currently accepting submissions for consideration for publication in the New Mexico Poetry Anthology: Vol. 1. The deadline to send in materials is Thursday, July 1. more
As it turns out, there are a million and two brilliant things in Black Box Theatre’s current production of “Every Brilliant Thing.” more
El Paso-born retired geophysicist Allen Gilmer found himself enwrapped in the movie business recently as a script set in El Paso came to his attention. more
Las Cruces artist/actor/author/performer Bob Diven has won a national second place award for “non-fiction book for adult readers, humor” from The National Federation of Press Women’s 2021 Professional Communications Contest for his book of editorial cartoons “Living in Las Cruces.” more
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library’s Readers of the Purple Sage Book Club will host award-winning novelist Sarah McCoy 12:30-1:30 p.m. Thursday, June 17, via Zoom, the library said in a news release. more
The New Mexico History Museum is pleased to announce that the renowned Native American Artisan Portal Program will reopen on Friday, June 11. The program has been closed since March 12, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. more
During the semester that just ended, New Mexico State University film teacher Rajeev “Raj” Nirmalakhandan connected his students with some of the leading filmmakers in the country, who spoke directly about what it’s like to work in a wide range of jobs in the motion picture industry. more
The City of Las Cruces is teaming up with a jazz musician and a filmmaker, both from Las Cruces, to present the all-virtual Juneteenth Jazz Festival, Friday and Saturday, June 18-19. All events at the festival are free and open to the public. more
The Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery (MVFA), 2470-A Calle de Guadalupe, across from the Fountain Theatre on the Mesilla Plaza, will feature local artists Mary Zawacki and Kurt Van Wagner in June. more
If you love a good mystery novel, Thomas Branigan Memorial Library has the group for you. The library has started a mystery book group called Murderous Reads. more
Clara Silvia Sierra has joined the artists whose work is on display at Agave Artist Coop in Mesilla. Sierra enjoys painting portraits, old cars and landscapes, Agave said. more
Helping young artists discover their identities and find their voices – as he has done – is a passion for artist José P. Montoya, who lives in El Paso but has deep roots in southern New Mexico. more
Las Cruces clay artist Jan Archey, far right, was one of four artists participating in a successful Back Yard Art Sale, held Saturday, June 5 at the Las Cruces home of fellow clay artist Vickie Morrow. more
“We’re glad to have our customers back,” The Potteries co-owner Janice Cook said. She and her husband, Bill Cook, re-opened The Potteries gallery and studio in early May after keeping it closed for 13 months because of the pandemic. more
The eBulletin has begun a new feature, the Reader Photo of the Week. We’re asking readers to send us photos of something that represents life in the Mesilla Valley. more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) is excited to be exhibiting photography by Wayne Suggs in June and July in a show titled “Visions of the Southwest.” more
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