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The Parks & Recreation Department’s 2021 Music in the Park Series will begin with live performances July 8th, at Plaza de Las Cruces. more
“Too many books? Never!!” said Casa Camino Real Bookstore owner and nationally award-winning author Denise Chávez. And she will be sharing her bounty. Casa Camino Real will … more
This week's Reader Photo of the Week features photography by Doug Abbott. 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
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
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
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
Whether a child of a circus family in Mexico City or a as a little boy in Washington, D.C. who was inspired by “the most flexible man in the world,” the best part of the show is the same – making people happy. more
The editor of Desert Exposure has a J.R.R. Tolkein quote on her vehicle that reads “Not all who wander are lost.” Marc Levesque aims to say, “None who wander are … more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) is proud to exhibit relief prints in an exhibition titled “What a Relief,” by Las Cruces artist Noël Sandino in the Staszewski Library in the DAAC Arts and Cultural Cente4, 250 W. Amador Ave., in June 2021. more
The Readers of the Purple Sage Book Club of Thomas Branigan Memorial Library has an exciting lineup of speakers for June, all presented live on Zoom. Here are the programs: Thursday, June 10, … more
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education has selected two finalists to fill the permanent superintendent position. The candidates are Ralph Ramos, who is currently the interim superintendent, and Dr. Oscar Rico from the Canutillo Independent School District. more
Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP) in collaboration with NMCO Media will paint a new, featured mural on Main Street in Downtown Las Cruces. more
The City of Las Cruces and New Mexico State University (NMSU) are teaming up to host the City’s annual Fourth of July Celebration Concert and Fireworks display at the Pat and Lou Sisbarro Community Park, 3205 Arrowhead Drive, on the NMSU campus. more
Rincon de Mesilla, 2488 Calle de Guadalupe, across the street from La Posta and the Fountain Theatre, will have its grand opening Saturday evening, May 22. The five-room, 1,700-square-foot building … more
Transitioning from an elected office to running a nonprofit within a couple of months at the end of 2019 and the beginning of 2020 was a “big shifting of gears” for Greg Smith. more
The Las Cruces Museum of Nature & Science continues to offer take out activity kits in May. Kits are free but require reservation. more
A sold-out crowd at AmadorLive on Thursday, April 29 watched the premiere of “Walking with Herb,” an inspirational movie filmed in Las Cruces. Here is a look at some of the festivities … more
Orville Wanzer is best known for his genre-bending western “The Devil’s Mistress” (1965), the first feature film made in the Las Cruces area. Arriving in New Mexico in 1959 to teach English at NMSU, Wanzer brought his robust knowledge of film culture from his hometown of Brooklyn, New York, along with his experience as a projector in the U.S. Navy and a brief stint in Hollywood before he became a professor. more
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