April 14 Dear Mayor and City Councilors, Much has been said about the future management of the Rio Grande Theatre, both privately and publicly. The Doña Ana Arts Council would like to respond so our constituency is fully aware of our position. In reviewing the events as they have unfolded since Dec. 12, 2016, the Doña Ana Arts Council Board of Directors held a special meeting and unanimously decided that it is in the ... CONTINUE
A Fourth to be reckoned with By Marissa Bond The Las Cruces Bulletin The Fourth of July is here, and the ways we celebrate the nation’s independence involve fire — sun, barbeque and fireworks. However, to make the proverbial prosaically literal, if you play with fire, you might get burned. Enjoy your Independence Day, but be cautious so you can keep celebrating and stay out of the emergency room. More than a red glare According to ... CONTINUE
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Haciendas at Grace Village snares top ranking Bulletin report The website www.SeniorAdvisor. com has named Haciendas at Grace Village the Best of Assisted Living in Las Cruces for 2016. According to a release, the designation is awarded to fewer than 1 percent of providers nationwide. The SeniorAdvisor.com “Best of” awards recognize senior living and home care providers who receive consistently high ratings and positive reviews from their ... CONTINUE
A glass act Bulletin report A stroll through home decorating stores this spring is a testament to the popularity of stained glass, a centuries-old art form. According to Jennifer Kopf, blogger and publisher of Town and County Living online magazine, “The art of stained glass is rising in popularity and it’s not hard to see why. Beautiful colored glass is held together by lead to create amazing pieces of art for the home… The ... CONTINUE
Denise Chavez, owner of Casa Camino Real Book Store and Art Gallery, comments on El Paso artist Gabriel S. Gaytan’s “Mother Eagle” Sunday, March 4, during his exhibit “Mexika” at Nopalito’s Galeria, 326 S. Mesquite St. Mexika (Me-Chee-Ca) is the indigenous Aztec name for México. Gaytan’s work will be displayed at the gallery through March. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE CONTINUE