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“Quantum Cowboys” plays with time the way a cat plays with a mouse. It could be described with equal energy as brilliant or as confusing. It is a ride you have to hold on for; things … more
As part of the annual celebration of Dia de los Muertos (Oct. 31 is All Hallows Eve, Nov. 1 is All Saints Day and Nov. 2 is All Souls Day), Las Cruces Public Schools has erected a Dia de los Muertos … more
Halloween likely comes to us from ancient Celtic tribes that lived in western Europe and the North Atlantic as much as 2,500 years ago. The first day of their new year was on or about Nov. 1, when … more
From high in the sky, a Great Pumpkin will drop free candy, the City of Las Cruces said in a news release. The city Parks and Recreation Department, Weaver’s Welding and Friends of the … more
Las Cruces artist Jeanne Bennett Rundell’s exhibition “Color in Chaos” continues through Saturday, Nov. 4, at Unsettled Gallery, 905 N. Mesquite St. Rundell will discuss her … more
Las Cruces Symphony Orchestra’s (LCSO) Pops 1 concert celebrates Dia de los Muertos with concerts at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, and 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, in the New Mexico State University … more
Coming to Rio Grande Theatre (RGT), 211 N. Main St., at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, is a multimedia stand-up comedy show about science, featuring New York City-based scientist and comedian Ben … more
Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery (MVFG), 2470-A Calle de Guadalupe, across from the Fountain Theatre in Mesilla, will feature two local artists for the month of November: Kurt Van Wagner and Mary … more
Agave Artist Gallery is welcoming Las Cruces artist George Holland as a new gallery member. Holland brings many years of artistry, teaching and exhibiting to his art, the gallery said. As a … more
The New Mexico State University Music Department will host its fifth annual Halloween Silent Movie Gala with a screening of Sean Branney and Andrew Leman’s 2005 retelling of the H.P. Lovecraft … more
“Murder By Poe” by Jeffrey Hatcher has its final four performances Thursday-Sunday, Oct. 26-29, at Black Box Theatre, 430 N. Main St. "Edgar Allen Poe's horrifying tales and poems … more
A third New Mexico mural highlighting imperiled species in the state was unveiled Oct. 21 next to Lujan’s Bakery, 442 E. Lohman Ave. The mural is part of a national mural project to … more
The Las Cruces-based nonprofit Weaving for Justice is welcoming two presenters for its Oct. 27-28 textile sale to benefit Maya youth. This year’s program, co-sponsored by NMSU’s … more
The City of Las Cruces Public Libraries is inviting residents to its Adult (ages 18 and older) Costume Social, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, in the Roadrunner Room on the second floor of Thomas … more
Gallery 925, 925 N. Mesquite St., will host the Border Artists group in November in a show entitled “Small Gems,” the gallery said in a news release. The show’s opening … more
Fort Selden Historic Site is inviting visitors on a unique moonlit tour, “Ghosts of the Past” beginning at 6 p.m. (doors open at 5:30 p.m.) Saturday, Oct. 28, at Fort Selden, 1280 Fort … more
Naomi Terry has joined the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum as its deputy director. Terry will oversee the museum’s budget and assist with overall operations. “Naomi is a … more
Events somber and celebratory will fill the Plaza in Mesilla Friday through Sunday, Oct. 27-29, for Dia de los Muertos, the annual celebration of departed friends and family. Many will create … more
Las Cruces artist and first-time children’s book author Renee Short has published “The Joy of Everyday Things,” which she describes as “a picture book for all ages.” … more
After hearing a T.S. Eliot poem read aloud in his high school English class, Las Cruces resident John Pearson’s love of poetry began. Pearson started writing creatively in the years after … more
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