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Las Cruces author Joe Foster has used his background in surveillance and reconnaissance technologies for the military to write a new espionage and adventure novel. more
This is a story about two photogenic giants that inspired my photographic journey. And both were situated to show off one of Las Cruces' best features, the Organ Mountains. This is about two tall, dead trees. more
Gallery 925 has opened its doors at 925 N. Mesquite St., just a five-minute walk east from Main Street downtown. more
Local artists have been recognized for their creations on many of the windows in downtown Las Cruces. In promoting the spirit of the holidays, the Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP) and the Las … more
The Holiday spirit is alive and well in Las Cruces this year. The City's Weed and Seed program participants have been gifted with musical instruments this year. An anonymous donor purchased twelve … more
A popular exhibit at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum (NMFRHM) explores the transformation of the Tularosa Basin during World War II. It is now online. Visit www.nmfarmandranchmuseum.org to view the online version of “Home on the Range: From Ranches to Rockets.” more
Here are clues to finding Las Cruces artist Bob Diven’s "hidden mural" that he installed downtown in November. These clues were shared on both Diven’s Facebook page and the Murals of Las Cruces page. more
“Theatre is a versatile artform that adapts to whatever’s going on,” said Lisa K. Hermanson, the New Mexico State University Theatre Department’s visiting instructor for musical theatre. “We’re used to pivoting when things go wrong and figuring it out.” more
Winter is the time for staying in and keeping warm and safe! The Thomas Branigan Memorial Library is pleased to announce a Winter Reading program for all ages and registration starts … more
If you saw two bright stars in proximity above Wednesday’s crescent moonset in the western New Mexico horizon, just wait until Monday, Dec. 21. Those weren’t actually stars, but … more
“T’was the night before Christmas and all through the house, the stage was alive – from your very own couch.” That’s how Black Box Theatre of Las Cruces is touting … more
In an era when most events have been canceled or postponed indefinitely, a local theatre company conceived of a socially distanced approach to presenting a Christmas musical for the … more
Las Cruces artist Glenn Schwaiger is loaning some of his unique and beautiful artwork to Jardin de Los Niños to brighten the walls of their facility on the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope … more
Explore the latest online programming from the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA), bringing the state’s unique blend of cultures into your home through its museums, historic sites, … more
This is part of the Bulletin’s continuing series on artwork created by Las Cruces Public Schools students. “One of the best things about teaching art online is when students present their artwork through a media recording,” said Leticia “Lettie” Medina, who teaches art for Las Cruces Public Schools at Monte Vista and Loma Heights elementary schools. more
The New Mexico Film Office (NMFO) has announced a new intimacy coordinator (IC) training program aimed at increasing safety on film and television sets in New Mexico, according to a news release. more
The Doña Ana Arts Council’s (DAAC) 2021 gallery schedule will include works in a variety of media by some of the finest artists in the region. more
This week, the Doña Ana Photography Club announced its annual photo competition submissions and winners during its monthly Zoom meeting.  Stan Ford's image "The Shadow, " a black & … more
 Thomas Branigan Memorial Library invites you to a discussion with Las Cruces author, Elva Österreich, on Dec. 10, 2020 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. (MT) via Zoom. more
Las Cruces author Michael S. Potts has published his latest novel "Red Horse Saloon.” Potts, a Las Cruces native, served in the U.S. Navy for 22 years and then worked for the United States Forest Service in Washington, D.C. more
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