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Minimalist art — a misunderstood art movement?

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Minimalist art is one of the least understood movements in the whole of art history. These simple works —...

‘Wrong Turn To Roswell,’ Episode 19

Episode 19: The Roswell Revolt! The children’s story, “Wrong Turn to Roswell,” by USA Today and The New York Times bestselling author S.E. Smith started...

Historically Speaking: Old Secrets to be told, hidden treasures lost

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record It is always interesting to read old descriptions of our country, from the time it was being written...

Books for (un)comfort and food for comfort

Memorial Day is more than barbecue By Christina Stock Vision Editor You might recognize that I switched my column’s title around for today, starting with my book...

Historically Speaking: Memories of The Oasis Ranch

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Growing up in Roswell in the ‘50s and ‘60s, a fun and popular thing to do at that...

Spotlight: ‘Til Beth Do Us Part’

Roswell Community Little Theatre brings a raucous farce about romance and revenge to stage. Performances of the comedy, “Til Beth Do Us Part,” will...

Music in the Park

Arts Connect presents its first district-wide event at the Chaves County Courthouse By Christina Stock Vision Editor Arts Connect, the Roswell Independent School District at the Creative...

Film: ‘Enso’

New Pilot for TV series to be filmed in Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor The team behind the making of the sci-fi action TV series pilot...

Ten Percent: ‘Gotta catch ’em all!

Editor’s Note: Melissa Wright is a new columnist. Wright is living and working in Roswell and shares her impression and experiences. I am at that...

Historically Speaking: Samuel M. Johnson — The man who brought the...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record A joke turned into the dream of building a highway. “It means that we frontiersmen out in New Mexico have...

Spotlight: Folklorico brings back Aztec Dances

Roswell Folklorico presents the 26th annual Festival Folklorico By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Folklorico, under guidance of its director, Frank Herrera, celebrates the richness of Mexico’s...

Comfort food and books for comfort: Brisket and Karen Kennedy’s anthology

Brisket, a delicious challenge and Karen Kennedy's anthology "You're Never Too Old To: ..." by Christina Stock Vision Editor I have been a Kansas City Barbecue Society...

Historically Speaking: Samuel M. Johnson — The man who brought the...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Samuel M. Johnson was born in Ohio, July 8, 1860. After a childhood in country or village homes, he...

Film: ‘Back to Billy’

Plot of new Billy the Kid show with a twist released By Christina Stock Vision Editor The pilot show “Back to Billy” stars Carlsbad-native Royd McCargish, Addison...

Sport: Ready, set and get that Milkman Trophy

Honoring the dairy industry, the 35th annual Milkman Triathlon returns to Dexter By Christina Stock Vision Editor Dexter’s 35th annual Milkman Triathlon registration is now open. This...

From the Vault: New Mexico’s saint-makers

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Roswell Museum and Art Center Santos are the topic of discussion at the Roswell Museum and Art Center, 1011 N....

Spotlight: Big win for New Mexico

Former Goddard student's film takes home "Best Narrative Short" at Oscar-qualifying Cinequest Film and Creativity Festival By Christina Stock Vision Editor New Mexico-shot short film “Pozole” was...

Young artist to watch: Samantha Thorsted

By Christina Stock Vision Editor When a young student gets accepted at the New Mexico School for the Arts (NMSA), it is something very special. After...

Family After Hours: Celebrate art and New Mexico

Roswell Independent School District's Arts Connect Program partners with the Roswell Museum and Art Center By Christina Stock Vision Editor This year, Celebrate the Arts Day is...

Story: ‘Wrong Turn to Roswell’

Episode 18: Trouble in Roswell By S.E. Smith The children’s story, “Wrong Turn to Roswell,” by USA Today and The New York Times bestselling author S.E....

Historically Speaking: More than a governor: Lew Wallace, part II

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Continued from April 28. Lew Wallace (April 10, 1827 – February 15, 1905) was the 10th Governor of the...

Spotlight: Walk for Hope

Tenth annual cancer awareness and fundraising walk By Christina Stock Vision Editor Humanity can see how our galaxy works and achieved tremendous advances in science, however, one...

Food for thought — and art

Domesti Collecti exhibition opens and includes workshop Submitted The latest collections exhibition at the Miniatures and Curious Collections Museum, 320 N. Richardson Ave., is installed. It...

Young artist to watch — Visual artist Tamara Sanchez

Tamara Sanchez is an eighth grader at Berrendo Middle School. Tamara won the Scholastic Art Competition Gold Key, two Silver Keys and an honorable...

Looking Up: The Mutual UFO Network

Half a century and counting By Donald Burleson Special to the Daily Record May 2019 marks a momentous time in the history of UFO studies — the...

Historically Speaking: More than a governor: Lew Wallace, part I

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Lew Wallace (April 10, 1827 – February 15, 1905) was the 10th Governor of the Territory of New...

Spotlight: A tale of two chambers

Rise Over Roswell and Cinco de Mayo promises family-friendly entertainment By Christina Stock Vision Editor This year is the second time that the Roswell Chamber of Commerce...

‘Southern Fried Funeral’

Roswell Community Little Theatre brings a big-hearted family comedy to the stage By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Community Little Theatre, 1717 S. Union Ave., under guidance...

Historically Speaking: Midnight ghouls and raising cabbage

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record In my research, I often come across articles that I feel are too good not to share. Such...

Make Time for Kids

Chaves County CASA's fundraiser helps abused and neglected children By Christina Stock Vision Editor Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is having its 17th annual fundraiser Make Time for...

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