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The City of Las Cruces is sponsoring a free world-class musical event and an exhibition featuring music legends from around the world, including the world-renowned and Latin Grammy-winning string quartet Cuarteto Latinoamericano. more
Ten local authors from The Las Cruces Writers Group are holding a book signing and sale 2-5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 11, at the Mesilla Valley Mall, Las Cruces. “We have books in so many … more
The Museum of Nature & Science, 411 N. Main St., will offer a take-home “Winter Break Camp” kit in December. more
Over 125 unique Nativity sets from all over the world, most handcrafted and hand-painted are going up for sale on Dec. 4. more
It’s back and better than ever! After taking a year off because of the pandemic, La Casa, Inc. domestic violence organization will host its 30th annual Holiday Bazaar, Friday through Sunday, Dec. 3-5 at the Las Cruces Convention Center. more
The Academy for Learning in Retirement (ALR) will host four presentations in late November and early December about writers and poets in the Southwest borderlands, ALR said in a news release. more
Mesilla Valley Chorale (MVC) is welcoming its new director, Carol Nike, and returning accompanist Ginny May, as it continues the popular performances the chorale began in May 1972 after a long pandemic-induced hiatus. more
Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Galley (MVFAG) will feature two local artists, Bonnie MacQuarrie and Marty Alberson, in December. more
Las Cruces actor/director Norman Lewis is very busy this December! He opens Friday, Dec. 3, in Las Cruces Community Theatre’s production of “A Christmas Carol: A Solo Performance Piece.” more
New Mexico State University Theatre Department’s current production of “Syd, the Solstice Kid” is a children’s show to be sure. It is also a wonderful, uplifting, entertaining and just plain fun way to spend an evening (55 minutes, actually) for anyone of any age who loves great theater. more
Former Doña Ana County Commissioner Billy Garrett converted an RV garage on the East Mesa into a workshop and makeshift gallery for his brother, Las Cruces artist John Garrett, when John moved back to Las Cruces in 2013. more
Borderlands Ballet Company (BBC) of Las Cruces presents “The Nutcracker” at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 16-18, at the ASNMSU Center for the Arts, 1000 E. University Ave. Tickets for reserved seating are $25 and are available at borderlands-ballet.com. more
With guest conductor Maestro Richard Lee, the Las Cruces Symphony Orchestra (LCSO) will perform in concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, and again at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12, in Atkinson Recital Hall, NMSU Music Building, 1075 N. Horseshoe St. on the NMSU campus. more
Mesilla Valley Concert Band (MVCB) has 100 members “from all walks of life,” said Director Michael Mapp. “That’s what really makes it special.” The community band, which is nearly 35 years old, includes teachers, engineers, band directors, professional musicians, students, retirees – even some snowbirds who missed MVCB’s first performance in more than 18 months in Oc more
The Frame and Art Center, 1100 S. Main St. in Pueblo Plaza, has a very special art exhibit that will continue through the first week in December, said Brenda Nevue, who owns the store along with her husband, Ean. The pieces on display are art projects created by members and affiliates of Beloved Community, which was started in 2013 in Las Cruces after state Sen. Bill Soules, D-Doña Ana, introduced Senate Memorial 20, which created a task force and generated state funding for a demonstration project to serve community residents with developmental disabilities (DD). The organization is a “grassroots endeavor” to build a community for young adults with DD. more
Gordon Berman focused his lens on this year's colorfgul butterfly bonanza. We’re asking readers to send us photos of something that represents life in the Mesilla Valley. Each week will pick … more
“I’ve probably been doing art my whole life,” said Las Cruces mixed-media artist Renee Short. “I just grew up doing it,” said Short, a native of Brooklyn, New York, … more
“Daddy Long Legs,” music and lyrics by Paul Gordon, book by John Caird and based on the novel by Jean Webster, will open Friday night, Nov. 19, at Black Box Theatre (BBT), 430 N. Main St. … more
The movies and the movie stars just keep coming. Netflix completed shooting the feature film “Chupa” in Mesilla Saturday, Nov. 13, using hundreds of Las Cruces extras and generating … more
Spicy Thanksgiving Tacos with Jalapeño Cranberry Relish Makes 6 tacos If you want a non-traditional Thanksgiving entrée or have leftover turkey and are tired of turkey sandwiches, … more
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