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Search for a Star 2020 competition winner Timothy Parra. more
Make Music Day-Las Cruces (MMD-LC) “is a free, ongoing virtual musical experience on (Sunday), June 21, with music on social-media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitch,” said MMD-LC co-producer David Senk. more
A new cooperative art gallery, Agave Artists, has opened at 2250 Calle de San Albino, just off the historic Mesilla Plaza. The four-room gallery exhibits the work of 20 local and regional artists in a variety of media, including paintings and other wall art, plus 3-D sculpture and ceramic art, as well as original jewelry. more
The Las Cruces Symphony Association (LCSA) is conducting a national search for the next director of the Las Cruces Symphony Orchestra (LCSO). Maestro Lonnie Klein announced earlier this year that he will retire at the end of the 2019-20 season next May after 21 years holding the baton. more
Trails End Gallery, 1732 N. Mesquite St., is welcoming artists Virginia Romero and Rhoda. more
Doña Ana Repertory Theatre (DART) will hold auditions for its upcoming production of “Tartuffe” 6-8 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 18-19, at Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N. Main St. Special auditions are also available. more
Las Cruces artist, author and filmmaker Ed Breeding has released a new book, “Awakened and Living Their Truth: A Two-Spirit Odyssey,” which is available for $14.95 at amazon.com. more
Film and media production are likely to have a faster and stronger recovery from COVID-19 than other industries, and Las Cruces could have an important role to play in Hollywood’s “new normal.” more
“Starting in eighth grade at Picacho Middle School under the instruction of Tony Montaño, I began my formal music training and fell in love with the saxophone,” said Las Cruces … more
Black Box Theatre, 430 N. Main St. downtown, celebrates the beginning of its 20th season with a new play, “The Mrs. Wheatland Pageant,” written by Lisa Wagner Erickson and directed by theatre co-owner Ceil Herman. more
Editor’s note: If you hike or enjoy any outdoor activity, be sure to follow all New Mexico Department of Health guidelines for social distancing and other practices to reduce the spread of … more
“I think I was always interested in art, not as a practitioner at first, but I always gravitated to art images,” said weaver Lin Bentley Keeling. more
In 2018, Lea Wise-Surguy chose Las Cruces as her laboratory for a new idea that she’d been putting together in Dayton, Ohio. The laboratory now operates as Cruces Creatives (CC) at the 205 E. … more
The Doña Ana Arts Council’s (DAAC) 10th annual Las Cruces Arts Fair (LCAF) will be held Friday-Sunday, March 6-8, at the Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University Ave., and will include the … more
They call themselves the Cactus Chords, and they are the only active barbershop quartet in Las Cruces. The group comprises of four Las Cruces men, all over age 70, each with more than a quarter … more
Stitch together a collection of some of the greatest character actors in movie history. Put them in a sweaty, Southern prison setting in a 2-hour, 7-minute film that shows just three women, only one with a speaking part. Throw in a nice little soundtrack and score. more
Is it a government conspiracy? The result of squalor and unhealthy living? God’s revenge on the weak and unworthy? Is it a social commentary on the times we live in? Playwright Eugene Ionesco raises many powerful questions in “The Killing Game,” which continues for two more weekends at Black Box Theatre. more
Once upon a time, there was a young woman of 18 who was full of spit and vinegar. She had an abundance of energy, was not afraid of saying what she thought and walked with a bounce in her step, which … more
The skyline at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum has a new look. The large windmill next to the Museum’s Bruce King Building was taken down and moved to another part of the … more
A.me Alamag was always an artist. “My mom started painting when I was in the womb, so I was working in the womb,” A.me said. “She [mom] gave me free reign in my room to draw on the floors and the closets, and she always encouraged me even when I didn’t think I was an artist because at school everyone was always drawing reality and I had no desire to draw from reality. I just drew from my head.” more
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