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Traditional | Las Cruces Christmas

When I think of Christmas, I think of family traditions and I think of food. — Best-selling author Denise Chávez…
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John Muir Laws journaling in the field

Explore Nature through Journaling

John Muir Laws (no relation to THAT John Muir) is like a Pied Piper, encouraging the exploration and appreciation of…
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Margarita pie and biscochitos

Fabulous Flavors of Fall

In 1796, Amelia Simmons published the first known American cookbook, American Cookery, or the art of dressing viands, fish, poultry,…
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The Spa Downtown

Pamper Yourself with Hydrating Spa Products

While the holidays are fun, they can also be stressful. When you begin to feel overwhelmed, it’s important to practice…
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Woman on bicycle

Cycling in the City | This is How You Roll

Ride as much or as little, as long or as short as you feel. But ride. — Eddy Merckx, five-time…
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Historic image of Catwalk

The Catwalk Offers a Walk on the Wild Side

The Catwalk National Recreation Area in the Gila National Forest serves as a testament to man’s ingenuity, tenacity, and engineering…
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Fundraising team for Alzheimer's Association

Alzheimer’s Association Provides Support for Families

The holiday season is a time for spending time and making memories with loved ones, especially those who are losing…
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Leaves cut from colorful paper

Practice Gratitude with Thanksgiving Tree

Pandemics. Protests. Politics. With everything going on in the world today, it’s hard to be grateful. It has become far…
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Pecan orchard in summer

Pecans | A Southern New Mexico Staple

Pecans have become synonymous with Southern New Mexico and have proven to be an incredible staple for the United States.…
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