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Arts & Entertainment
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AJ Narvaez, a third grader at J. Paul Taylor Academy (JPTA) in Las Cruces, is continuing his commitment to helping those in need. This year, he helped host a school-wide dessert drive to feed … more
The New Mexico State University Theatre Department’s original production “Tracer” follows six students who become ill at a Halloween party and the contract tracer who investigates. more
Streaming No String Theatre Company’s (Black Box Theatre) current production of “The Majestic Kid,” my heart ached because I miss Mark Medoff and because I want so badly to be back in a theatre seat, surrounded by other people in a full house watching live theatre. more
The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science (NMMNHS) has opened the door to more than 110,000 fossil and biological specimens. more
At Doña Ana Elementary School (DAES) at the end of October and the beginning of November, fourth-grade teacher Dominque Alston had students draw pictures of themselves as the president of the United States, including one- to three things they learned about the presidency in class. more
As part of New Mexico State University’s Research and Creativity Week Nov. 10-13, award-winning singer and songwriter Judy Collins will give a musical performance on Zoom at 7 p.m. Tuesday, … more
The Tombaugh Gallery is hosting bead artist Sandy BarMcQ in its virtual gallery through Friday, Nov. 13. BarMcQ, a bead artist known as “And The Bead Goes On.” more
New Mexico State University’s Academy for Learning in Retirement (ALR) will explore Latin American music during four online lectures Mondays Nov. 9 and 16 and Thursdays, Nov. 12 and 19. more
While the Branigan Cultural Center (BCC) remains closed to the public due to COVID-19, museum programming continues with several multiple events in November. more
Black Box Theatre (BBT) and its resident No Strings Theatre Company present "The Majestic Kid," by Tony-winning playwright Mark Medoff, directed by Ceil Herman, streaming Nov. 6-29. more
“Tracer” is a new play created by playwright Hannah Benitez especially for the New Mexico State University Theatre Department. In the show, a student has fallen ill after attending a Halloween party and a contact tracer has been sent to investigate foul play. more
We are so excited about the online art auction that Doña Ana Arts Council is conducting on the Mesilla Valley Estate Sales Web page. more
The 49th Annual Renaissance (virtual) ArtsFaire continues with an entertainment video that includes some of Las Cruces’ most popular entertainers and some of RenFaire’s most beloved characters, like Queen Cherrie (Sherry White) and Ratcatcher Robert (Bob Diven). more
Join us for an exhibit by local Indigenous and LGBTQAI+ artist Chantelle Yazzie-Martin titled Iniquitous: Trapped in the Room. more
The Museum of Nature & Science hosts Apache Point Observatory astronomer Dr. Russet McMillan and the APOLLO (Apache Point Observatory Lunar Laser-ranging Operation) for a virtual presentation. more
“This is me, more than vocal, more than written,” is a line from one of the poems third-year New Mexico State University poetry student Alejandro Ruis del Sol read during a Zoom reading Friday afternoon, Oct. 16. more
The Doña Ana Arts Council’s (DAAC) Renaissance Arts Faire may celebrate the art and wonders of a time long past, but its technology is state of the state. more
The New Mexico State University Theatre Department is working toward a world premiere of its own production of “The Land Where We Stand.” more
Converge Las Cruces Fine Art Gallery’s latest online 3D virtual exhibition, “Between the Wind,” with photographs by Ben Horne, is on display at www.ConvergeLasCruces.com. more
Bobby Boulevard (in pink shirt) assists artist Tiago Soza as they create a mural on the south wall of Zia Café (formerly Old Town Restaurant), at 1155 S. Valley Drive, Tuesday, Oct. 20. more
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