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The beloved tamale, a traditional dish of corn-based dough steamed in corn husks or sometimes banana leaves, will be celebrated in Las Cruces on Cinco de Mayo at the second annual New Mexico Tamale … more
When Bill Oliver was a kid, he couldn’t decide between Smokey Bear and Chuck Berry so instead of trying to choose, he just did a little of both. “They were my heroes early on,” … more
Vamos Niños - Play to Learn Mobile Children’s Museum is hitting the road with a focus on serving rural and remote communities. The museum is set to make a lasting impact on childhood … more
The largest esports tournament in New Mexico will kick off this weekend at New Mexico State University. Now in its third year, the NM State Esports Invitational is open to the community … more
On March 1, the Las Cruces International Film Festival began its season with a poster reveal party at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum. The crowded room full of people cheered both as … more
The 10th Natural History of the Gila Symposium  takes place Feb. 28-March 1 at the Western New Mexico University Global Resource Center.  more
If the title “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” inspires a chuckle, don’t miss this musical. Composer Jimmy Roberts and book writer and lyricist Joe DiPietro aptly … more
Once upon a time, there was a little independent film that took the world by storm, racking up critical accolades and winning a plethora of international awards, including a little trinket called an … more
Ron Perlman, star of film and television with a career spanning more than four decades, will be an honored guest at this year’s Las Cruces International Festival on April 4, where he will … 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
“A Modern-Day Visit from St. Nick,” verse by Algernon D’Ammassa/Las Cruces Bulletin. more
In 2023, the New Mexico legislature passed a memorial making roasting green chile the state’s official aroma. Years ago, the legislature made the state question official: Red or green? … more
Volunteers fanning out across New Mexico to help the Audubon Society add to more than 120 years' worth of data about bird populations. more
An idea that started 50 years ago has grown to more than 300 cities throughout the United States, in several foreign countries, and now in our own Las Cruces, will be   p.m. Saturday, Dec. … more
Borderlands Ballet Company (BBC) presents its 2023 performance of “The Nutcracker” in December, including the Paso del Norte Chamber Orchestra (PDNCO), housed under the umbrella of … more
Luminarias (small bonfires) were first recorded in the 16th century, when Spanish people lit bonfires along the roads to guide people to Midnight Mass on the final night of Las Posadas. This was … more
New Mexico State University’s line of licensed products is welcoming its newest addition, a bundle of fresh gourmet products featuring locally grown pistachios. Heart of the Desert Pistachios … more
Looking to chop down your own Christmas tree this year? Here’s how it starts. Christmas tree permits for the Lincoln National Forest are available both online, and in National Forest offices, … more
The City of Las Cruces will conduct a public ceremony at 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17, 2023, to rename the stage at Plaza de Las Cruces in honor of longtime Las Cruces resident, business owner, and … more
The sights and scenes of the 52 Renaissance ArtsFaire, presented by the Doña Ana Arts Council Nov. 4-5. more
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