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SalsaFest heats up Downtown BULLETIN REPORT SalsaFest 2016 will be held Friday to Sunday, Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 in downtown Las Cruces. The eighth annual event is sponsored by Las Cruces Downtown Partnership and will include live music, dancing and a salsa-making competition that will earn $1,000 for the winner. The festival kicks off Friday evening on the new downtown plaza with a “Salsas From Around the World” five-course sitdown ...

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Back by Noon Hike explores medicinal flora of Dripping Springs Join the Southwest Environmental Center for an adventure into the world of medicinal plants with herbalist Deborah Brandt, owner of From the Ground Up at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct.1 at Dripping Springs Natural Area, 15000 Dripping Springs Road. Brandt will describe the diverse healing properties of the area’s desert flora on an amble up the trail into a lush canyon in the Organ Mountains- Desert ...

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MVEDA promotes value to small business By ALTA LeCOMPTE Las Cruces Bulletin Although the Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance (MVEDA) keeps score by indicators such as the money invested and jobs created by companies it attracts to Doña Ana County, there are other statistics President and CEO Davin Lopez wants locals to appreciate. Hitting the highlights of MVEDA’s annual report for FY2016, ending June 30, 2016, Lopez told attendees at the MVEDA Business in the ...

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Pride on the Plaza The LGBTQ Equality March for Unity and Pride leaves Plaza de Las Cruces June 11 following a rally. The event coincided with others nationwide, and is evolved from the gay liberation movement that took to the streets in June 1969 in New York City and a year later in Chicago and Los Angeles. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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IMG_1884 Bulletin Report Art Obscura, 3206 Harrelson St., hosted an art show on Feb. 7. The featured art depicted responses to perceived “threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights, LGBTQ+ rights and immigrant rights.” The proceeds, more than $2,000, said a speaker for Art Obscura, from the art show benefited La Piñon Sexual Assault Recovery Services. The show was completely organized by Art Obscura and La Piñon played no part in the fundraiser, a La Piñon spokesperson said. CONTINUE
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