America’s favorite summer treat -- ice cream -- is the star of the Museum’s most popular event of the summer. The 14th-annual Ice Cream Sunday is set for 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on July 16, which happens to be National Ice Cream Day. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for senior citizens and $3 for children ages 4 to ...Continue Reading
On November 2nd, clad yourselves in the most festive outfits and costumes you can muster, Day of the Dead will be here! A long celebrated Mexican tradition that brightens the idea of death and the passing of loved ones. The festival is meant to bring beauty to those we've lost and to celebrate lives that we currently live. Dia De ...Continue Reading
Returning for a special encore performance this weekend at Boba Cabaret is 'Gone Girls', the hit show featuring four-part harmonies of girl groups from the '40s, '50s, '60s, and beyond. Now, back by popular demand, the 'Gone Girls' will be performing shows this Friday and Saturday night, with two shows each night. The dinner show starts 7 pm, with seating ...Continue Reading
Archery. Revived within our modern culture, it's a wonderful, traditional sport that serves a glorious combination of power, concentration, and release. As a woman, I've felt the inkling to pick up my grandfather's bow once or twice. Now that he's out on a hunting trip with my uncle and HIS bow, it makes me wonder why I ...Continue Reading
The continued heat notwithstanding, fall is coming to Las Cruces. That means that students are returning to New Mexico State University. You might have already noticed an increase in traffic, especially around rush hour and the closer you get to the University. One thing to be sure to watch out for as well is the increase of pedestrian and cyclist ...Continue Reading
It's almost time! School Starts for NMSU 22nd of August, and if you are moving into a dorm you are gonna want to make it look like home. Here are a few of our favorite items to make your space extra awesome.
Fashion trends, glitter, glam and the like…who knew all of this was hiding in our very own city? Local Las Crucean blogger Cari Cantrell has a fabulous little nook on the internet called "The Sweet Tooth" where she gathers all things fabulous and lovely.
Here are a FEW of my favorites from her blog:
Double exposure paintings
Funky Karma is an eclectic store located in the great city of Las Cruces, New Mexico. We sell all kinds of incense (sticks, cones, resins, powders, domestic and imported), smudge sticks, incense burners, oils, oil burners, candles, tea (200 loose leaf teas), herbs, spices, greeting cards (fractal created by the talented group of lady artists, The Mesilla Valley Fractal Artists and ...Continue Reading