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The Electric Sun Tattoo Studio is joining the Mandrake Fine Art & Botanica Gallery to officially introduce the two businesses in a grand opening event Saturday, Feb. 8, 3 to 8 p.m. at 501 ½ E. Hadley Ave. in Las Cruces. Tattoo artist Katie Mena’s work has a self-styled vintage look, with a focus on fine-line work, much of which is plant-based. Her custom and flash designs are often floral in nature as she creates detailed drawings which she then carefully works with her clients to wrap and textualize on their skin, bringing each work to life. more
Jamie Langan is a native of New Jersey who went to school in New York and has opened a new interior design business in Las Cruces. After earning an associate degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan, Langan knew she was tired of the hustle and bustle of the big city. Her parents retired to Las Cruces in 2017, so she also moved to start her own business. Last November, she opened Studio Langan, Ltd. Co., an interior design firm of which she is the owner and principal designer. more
On Jan. 23-24, the Border Industrial Association (BIA) hosted the fourth annual Border Economic Development Day at Hotel La Fonda in Santa Fe, said BIA President Jerry Pacheco of Santa Teresa, New Mexico. more
Nationally, real-estate business activity is slowing, but many Realtors remain hopeful for a post-pandemic market rebound, according to a new survey from the National Association of … more
LAS CRUCES – Consumers searching for New Mexico agricultural products may find items listed on the New Mexico Department of Agriculture website. “During this unprecedented time, there … more
Las Cruces has been stepping up to support its eateries in their times of need. Since sitting areas are closed, and to-go or home delivery are the only options, some restaurants are looking at new … more
For nearly five years of his childhood, Marco Olvera used toilet paper rolls as toy soldiers and watched television lying on the floor so he could see under a closed door. From the ages of 8 and … more
Many Americans dream of quitting their job and becoming their own boss. It turns out Las Cruces is one of the best places in the country to do it. more
Registration remains open through March 11 for the Military and Veteran Entrepreneur Summit in Las Cruces, which will be held 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday, March 18, at the Las Cruces Convention … more
The COVID-19 pandemic represents a huge labor market shock. Regional lockdowns have forced the layoffs and furloughs of millions of workers, disrupting long-term relationships between employers and … more
For more than 5 years, Roxanne Livingston ran two small businesses in Las Cruces with separate names, separate websites and separate contact information. Maintaining it all was exhausting. more
City council special meeting. During an April 17 special meeting, the Las Cruces City Council allocated $139,500 to provide additional support to the community through local nonprofits and other … more
Banks in Las cruces are busy processing loans for businesses that are taking advantage of the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) authorized by the COVID-19 relief package from the federal government. more
Isolation and social distancing have proven to be great tools for flattening the curve of COVID-19, but isolation and lack of physical touch can lead to depression and other mental-health issues. more
During the time of COVID-19, many elderly people are isolated and alone. At least one local company works each day to alleviate the loneliness. more
One thing taught to every young economist is that forecasting outside the sample is dangerous and that such forecasts are often little better than guesses. more
Las Cruces native Britton A. Goodwin has always been fascinated with science and magic performances, so he combined them to create Professor Bah-Boom Educational Entertainment. more
Sisters Malu and Sandra Bender have taken their art and frame business, Mas Art, from its downtown location to a spacious, new storefront. But it wasn’t easy. more
New round of federal funding expected to go fast, on first-come, first-served basis ALBUQUERQUE, NM – DreamSpring strongly encourages New Mexico businesses to submit applications immediately … more
Three airports in Dona Ana County are in line to receive federal stimulus funding announced last week by the offices of Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich. more
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