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Almost a decade ago, a New Mexico-based chemistry teacher with terminal lung cancer devised malicious plans to secure the future well-being of his family by producing mass quantities of meth. Of course, this was all fiction.   He mastered great feats—failed many in the process—and made an audience question their loyalty …

Locally made films to watch for at the 2018 Las Cruces International Film Festival An array of features, shorts, music videos, and animations from all over the world will screen in under a month at the Las Cruces International Film Festival! But what about those made film? As a proud …

Top 10 Images from 2017! 2017 was a great year for photographers! Here are some of our personal favorites we reposted on our FaceBook page!     Photo by: Knate Myers Photography   Photo by: ValPo Photography   Photo by: Jim Stein Photography   Photo by: Maria Alcazar     Photo by: Wayne Suggs …

New Mexico gets out the Christmas lights right after Thanksgiving, but things really get festive in December. That’s when you start feeling the warmth of the holiday spirit everywhere you go. These top 5 enchanted New Mexico Christmas events transform our home state into a wonderland of enchantment for the holidays. …
Christmas Kindness Challenge

In New Mexico, we believe in loving your neighbor, showing compassion, and sharing what we have with others. The giving season offers New Mexicans an excellent opportunity to express these values through the generosity and love in our actions. Many of us can’t wait to spread Christmas kindness and holiday …
New Mexico in Black and White

New Mexico has been alive with fall colors; but lately, we’ve all been seeing New Mexico in black and white. We get to see through the eyes of ordinary people, our friends, family, and colleagues, a unique peek at the peripheral lives of New Mexicans. The Black and White Challenge …
november in new mexico

Are you  wondering what to do in November in New Mexico? There is no shortage of events, from the last of the Día de los Muertos celebrations to the return of the sandhill cranes and two circuses opening up for Thanksgiving weekend. There’s a lot going on this month, and …

It drinks the rich blood of livestock and devours the warm flesh of goats. It leaves puncture wounds in the neck of its prey and stalks rural farms at night. Thought to be speculation as to the fate of livestock, this creature is a true legend among folklore myths. Descriptions …

Our story begins decades ago, in 1947 when a local Roswell, New Mexico rancher found something rather unusual in his sheep pasture. Scraps of strange debris littered his land. Local Air Force officials contended the remnants as a crashed weather balloon. But many people speculate the debris to be the …

Our second legend begins along the banks of the Rio Grande: La Llorona. Centuries ago, a woman in a fit of rage drowned her children in the river as revenge against her husband’s infidelities. When she came to, she was so distraught and began searching for her lost children, drowning herself …