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Relaxing on Labor Day, people enjoyed their Monday afternoon at the New Mexico Harvest Wine Festival held at the Southern New Mexico Fairgrounds Sept. 2-4. New Mexico State University’s Proud … more
From its origins in the mid-1980s as a backyard party hosted in a garlic shed, Pickamania has evolved into an annual festival celebrating the love of acoustic music of all genres. Pickamania 2023 … more
Using the pen name Epoch Sonder, Las Cruces author Simone Jimerson wrote the text and created the artwork for her first graphic novel, “Maven Chapter 1,” which she will promote in London … more
The Harvest Wine Festival is noon-6 p.m. Saturday-Monday, Sept. 2-4, at the Southern New Mexico Fairgrounds, 12125 Robert Larson Blvd., about 13.5 miles west of downtown Las Cruces. Tickets are … more
Elizabeth Horodowich, Jamie Bronstein and Kenneth Hammond, three history professors at New Mexico State University, have published books this year on a range of topics. Horodowich, NMSU history … more
Branigan Cultural Center (BCC), 501 N. Main St., opens a new exhibit, “Las Cruces: Crossroads of History” beginning Friday, Sept. 8, the City of Las Cruces said in a news release. … more
Waiting for Black Box Theatre’s (BBT) production of “Nice People Dancing to Good Country Music” to begin on opening night, I reflected on the past 22 years, since BBT opened in … more
Paul Taylor would have loved it. New Mexico Historic Sites celebrated what would have been Taylor’s 103 rd birthday with a celebration Saturday, Aug. 26 on the Mesilla Plaza. Among those … more
Tickets go on sale Friday, Sept. 1, for Jennings and Keller’s “Judy, Joan, and Joni: 3 Women Who Defined an Era” musical performance, 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29, at DAAC, 230 S. Water … more
Agave Artists Cooperative Gallery, 2250 Calle de San Albino in Mesilla, is featuring the work of artist Coy Lowther in September, the gallery said in a news release. Lowther, one of Agave … more
Las Cruces artist Bob Diven calls an upcoming online auction of nearly 100 pieces of the art he has created during the past 43 years, “thousands and thousands of hours of labor coming together … more
The 2023 Franciscan Festival of Fine Arts will be Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 2-3, at Holy Cross Retreat Center, 600 Holy Cross Road in Mesilla Park. Hours on 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 2, and … more
If you’ve expecting something that only happens “once in a blue moon,” get ready, ‘cause there’s a blue moon a’comin’. And this one is real special – … more
Jeff Jansen started organizing car events in July of 2021 at Bravo Chevrolet in El Paso because there was nothing out there at the time for car lovers to participate in. It’s become a family … more
Comic book and multimedia dealers from across the country joined up for cosplay, panels and money spending Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 19-20, at Las Cruces Comic Con. more
Cruces Creatives is asking people to vote for one of two mural design options that voters can then help paint. Whichever design wins, it will be created in a paint-by-numbers community mural … more
Black Box Theatre (BBT) opens its 2023-24 season with “Nice People Dancing to Good Country Music,” by Lee Blessing and directed by BBT co-owner Ceil Herman. The show opens Friday, … more
The ARTE Institute for Lifelong Learning (AILL) of Las Cruces has announced its in-person and online classes for Aug. 31-Dec. 6, 2023. ARTE instructors Kathleen Key (who cofounded ARTE with … more
Las Cruces Community Theatre (LCCT) will hold auditions Saturday, Aug. 26, and Monday, Aug. 28, for its December production of “The Sound of Music.” Auditions will be noon-5 p.m. … more
Bellas Artes y Cultura has re-scheduled its Fourth Annual Multicultural Artisan Market to Oct. 13-15. The change in date is largely due to the sustained oppressive heat for what was originally … more
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