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Downtown Blues Coffee, 130 S. Main St. downtown, has “coffee, records, atmosphere” and a whole lot more. 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
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
The 2020 film “Broken Gaiete,” written, produced and directed by Las Cruces filmmaker Hafid Abdelmoula, recently won best feature film at the 2021 Santa Fe Film Festival. more
An existential cat, an angry parrot, a lonely platypus, a smart but hungry mouse, a confused bat, a spiritual cow, a not deeply reflective groundhog, a philosophical chipmunk with a shovel, an outraged baboon in a monkey suit and a turkey with a musical dream. 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
This street-art mural, newly painted by artist Kyle Holbrook, is a reminder to wear facemasks to fight COVID-19. more
The Ghetto Blaster is a four-man dance-rock-funk-disco-soul band that has been part of the area’s music scene dating back into the 1990s. The band will be featured as part of Amador Dayz, performing Saturday, May 1, on the mainstage stage at Amador Live Eatery and Entertainment District, 302 S. Main St. more
Join us for an exhibit by local Indigenous and LGBTQAI+ artist Chantelle Yazzie-Martin titled Iniquitous: Trapped in the Room. 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
Author and federal DEA agent – and former El Paso resident – J. Todd Scott will be the guest of Thomas Branigan Memorial Library at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, March 11, via Zoom. more
The only spanking long-time Las Cruces artist Carolyn Bunch ever got was for ruining her mother’s fountain pen when she used it to draw a picture of Snow White. more
Artwork and jewelry created by long-time Las Cruces artist Jo-an Smith is on display at Phillips Gallery, 221 N. Main St. downtown, with even more of her uniquely beautiful jewelry creations on exhibit during the month of October. more
The Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science (MONAS) continues to offer take-out activity kits in March. more
The Readers of the Purple Sage Book Club of Thomas Branigan Memorial Library has an exciting lineup of speakers for June, all presented live on Zoom. Here are the programs: Thursday, June 10, … more
The Mesilla Valley Maze folks are bringing back the tradition and feel of the season, even if they can’t open a maze and offer hayrides amid the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The Las Cruces Museum of Nature & Science (MONAS) is inviting astronomers of all ages to participate in three days of virtual events comprising this year’s “Tombaugh Day” … more
New Mexico State University Theatre Department’s annual Our annual “Broadway on Stage” has a new name and a new look for 2021. more
New Mexico’s eight state museums – including the Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces – and seven of its historic sites reopened to the public Sept. 24 at 25 percent of normal capacity, the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) announced in a news release. more
New Mexico State University art student Analinda Gonzalez has turned one of the hardest experiences of her life into an impactful piece of art. Inspired by her father’s deportation at a young … more
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