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Arts & Entertainment
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Dark Circles Contemporary Dance is offering a special screening of “Ten-Gallon,” a groundbreaking queer western romance, at 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 25, at the Fountain Theatre in … more
One day in 1993, Sage Gentlewing was driving through California on Highway 46 between Highway 101 to Highway 5 and stopped at Jack’s Ranch Café. A tree with a monument sculpture, … more
Once again revisiting the 20th century’s greatest hits, No Strings Theatre Company breathes life into Lee Blessing’s Tony- and Pulitzer-nominated Cold War drama, “A Walk In The … more
White Sands National Park will hold its first Full Moon Night event of the year at 8:15 p.m. on Friday, June 21., in the park’s natural outdoor amphitheater.  In partnership with … more
The No Strings Theatre Company, located in downtown Las Cruces, is closing its 2023-24 season with a 1987 drama dramatizing diplomatic relations between the United States and the Soviet Union in the … more
Chamber music ensemble Camerata del Sol announced a pair of concerts it will perform in Las Cruces and El Paso June 21 and 22. more
The Tularosa Arts and History Council (TAHC) is hosting the second annual Rubber Duck Race on Saturday, June 8. Races and festivities will all be centered around the heart of Tularosa’s … more
Doña Ana County hosts Creativity Fest 2024 Doña Ana County will celebrate working artists, area arts and cultural businesses at an inaugural Creativity Fest 2024 from 10 a.m. to … more
Musicals are hit or miss on Las Cruces stages, but recent dalliances with the form have revealed an upswell of young, talented singer-actors with the kind of promise that could change all that. … more
The City of Las Cruces unanimously approved a ban on some fireworks ahead of the Fourth of July during a meeting on June 3. The ban is meant to reduce the chance of fire sparking in and around … more
A New Mexico State University researcher has co-authored a new book that examines wild carnivores of New Mexico. Jennifer K. Frey, a professor of mammalian ecology in the Department of Fish, Wildlife … more
Applications are open for the 53rd Annual Renaissance Arts Faire, set to take place on Nov. 2-3 at Young Park in Las Cruces. more
Desert Exposure would like to include your special events, from any southern New Mexico community. Please submit your event title, time, location and contact information to editor@desertexposure.com; Desert Exposure, 506 S. Main, Suite 250, Las Cruces, NM 88005; or call Elva at 575-443-4408. more
Hiking 101: Beginning Adventure Las Cruces Public Libraries invites residents to join to a presentation from 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 8 about hiking safety and preparedness at Thomas Branigan … more
Fire and Fiber show opens at the Tombaugh Art Gallery The 2024 Fire and Fiber Show at the Tombaugh Art Gallery features artisans and more than 30 artworks. Works vary from elaborate pottery and … more
To close its 2023-24 season, Las Cruces Community Theatre opens a three-weekend run of the musical comedy “Sister Act: A Divine Comedy” on Friday night. With book by Cheri and Bill … more
The Western New Mexico University signature cultural event, ¡Fiesta Latina!, returns to the Silver City campus June 6-9. more
The Legacy of Liberty Airshow will occur at Holloman Air Force Base Sunday, June 2. The airshow is free and open to the general public. According to a news release, gates open at 9 a.m. The … more
There is some irony in hosting an event named for Socrates in a library. more
The Banned Book Club at the Las Cruces Public Libraries will discuss a major work of New Mexico literature, Rudolfo Anaya’s “Bless Me, Ultima,” at its monthly meeting for May. … more
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