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Music: Hemlock is back

Monday Metal Meltdown at the Unity Center By Christina Stock Vision Editor The band Hemlock out of Las Vegas, Nevada, returns for the Unity Center’s Monday Metal...

Historically Speaking: Honoring Roswell’s pioneer mothers

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Can you imagine what it was like in the mid to late 1800s, being a woman, to leave your...

Spotlight: Let’s go to the fair

Eddy County Fair kicks off the fair season with Chaves County 4-H and FFA Fair to follow By Christina Stock Vision Editor Say the words “county fair”...

Theater: First Southeastern New Mexico Playwright Festival

Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre Company, under guidance of Kyle Bullock, presents local playwright talent By Christina Stock Vision Editor Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre Company presents its first...

Historically Speaking: The town that once was — Tolar

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record There once was a little town in Eastern New Mexico by the name of Tolar. This little town —...

Spotlight: The evolution of a painter — George Rodart

Roswell Artist-in-Residence exhibit opening and lecture: George Rodart By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Artist-in-Residence George Rodart will have his opening and lecture July 19 at 5:30...

Historically Speaking: Lawmen of Lincoln County

By Janice Dunnahoe Special to the Daily Record I wonder how many of you remember the 1973 movie “Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid?” I don’t remember much...

From the vault: ‘Visions of Space’

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions If you live in Roswell, you’ve probably passed by this sculpture at the corner of North Main and West...

Spotlight: Giddy-up to Artesia

The National Day of the Cowboy is celebrated in Artesia By Christina Stock Vision Editor They are called stockmen in Australia, Kuhhirte in Austria, Switzerland and Germany,...

Historically Speaking: Chuckwagon of the Old West

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record As many of you may know, this area was as much a part of life in the days of...

‘Wrong Turn to Roswell,’ Episode 20: Making a Deal

By S.E. Smith The children’s story, “Wrong Turn to Roswell,” by USA Today and The New York Times bestselling author S.E. Smith started with episode...

Spotlight: Roswell’s mystery

John Mark Tucker to present new mystery book By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Public Library, 301 N Pennsylvania Ave, presents John Mark Tucker, author of...

Historically Speaking: An old house holds more than memories

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record What is it about old house that intrigues us so much? Is it the mystery, the history or the...

The Quiet Lessons

A Father's Day message By Mark A. Bleth Special to the Daily Record When we think of the lessons we’ve learned in life, we often think of...

Spotlight: ‘Mamma Mia!’

Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre Company brings global smash hit musical to stage By Christina Stock Vision Editor Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre Company is bringing the ultimate feel-good...

Historically Speaking — Sweet memories of candy and Roswell’s confectionery heart

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Taking a look back — whether you were old enough to remember, or have seen it in older movies...

Spotlight: Music for a cause

The band GdP introduces pop-up concerts to Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor Anybody who braved the weather driving or walking by Reischman Park downtown Main Street...

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...

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