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Historically Speaking: Roswell’s dog days of summer

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Farmer’s Almanac describes the dog days of summer as being the 20 days before and the 20 days...

Spotlight: A new mural for Roswell

Painter Eddie Macias' newest artwork made to attract tourists and locals By Christina Stock Vision Editor One of the biggest challenges that a painter may face during...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Italy in food and literature and Italian bowtie pasta with peas and pesto, presto By Christina Stock Vision Editor When I think about one of my favorite...

Donald B. Anderson: A quiet patron of the arts, part 3

Donald B. Anderson will be remembered as founding father for the arts in Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we continue with the third part about...

Spotlight: The winning films of the Roswell SciFi Film Fest

By Christina Stock Vision Editor The list of this year’s Roswell SciFi Film Fest was released on July 6 on Roswell Galacticon’s Facebook page. With social distancing in...

‘Roswell Incident” similar to earlier UFO sightings

By John LeMay Historian and author Believe it or not, UFO crashes didn’t begin with Roswell in 1947. I know what you’re thinking, you think I’m...

Historically Speaking: Prominent resident dogged by tragedy in early 1900s

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Following is an interesting article written by Dr. Elvis Fleming and published in the Roswell Daily Record on June...

From Afar: Black authors writing science fiction and fantasy, part 3

By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record In view of the events taking place all around our country and the world right now, I thought I...

Comfort food and books for comfort

The 1940s world of curry and author Lynda Sánchez By Christina Stock Vision Editor This week, on July 8, is the anniversary when the 1947 Army press release...

Looking Up: UFO secrecy has changed our world

By Donald Burleson The cancellation of the 2020 Roswell UFO Festival because of the coronavirus pandemic has set me thinking about lectures I’ve done myself...

From the Vault: Art is for everyone

By Aubrey Hobart Roswell Museum and Art Center Curator of Collections and Exhibitions A couple of years ago, the TV show “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” had an...

Historically Speaking: A kid’s memory of Dr. Robert Hutchings Goddard

By Janice Dunnahoo Special for the Daily Record Following is a fun, but insightful Clarence Adams story from our archives about Dr. Robert H. Goddard. This story...

Spotlight: News from Secret Circus

Forced social distancing springs creativity with 'Collateral Damage' By Christina Stock Vision Editor The band Secret Circus and its members “Captain” Klas Åhman and his twin brother...

Friends: In the land of plenty

Hints and tricks for taking pictures By Veronika Ederer It is one thing to plan a cookbook, to be enthusiastic about your product, do research and...

Historically Speaking: Blazer’s Mill

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record This week, I would like to share with you an article from the New Mexico Magazine dated January, 1933....

From Afar: Black authors writing science fiction and fantasy, part 2

By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record In view of the events taking place all around our country and the world right now, I thought I...

Spotlight: A quiet patron of the arts, part 2

Remembering Donald B. Anderson By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we continue with the second part about philanthropist, artist, founder of the Roswell Artist-in-Residence and arts supporter,...

Historically Speaking: A New Mexico Cinderella story

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record This week, I would like to share a Cinderella story of the Old West. This story is about a...

From Afar: Black authors writing science fiction and fantasy

By Veronica Scott Special to the Daily Record In view of the events taking place all around our country and the world right now, I thought I...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Treating dads with breakfast for dinner and author Patricia Smith Wood By Christina Stock Vision Editor A big shout-out goes out to the good fathers and role model...

Spotlight: A quiet patron of the arts, part 1

Donald B. Anderson will be remembered as founding father for the arts in Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor Donald B. Anderson is a prime example of...

Coping with COVID-19

Insights and ideas on how to deal with the ‘new normal,’ living 6 feet apart and social distancing By Christina Stock Vision Editor Recently, we started a...

Coping with COVID-19

Insights and ideas on how to deal with the 'new normal,' living 6 feet apart and social distancing By Christina Stock Vision Editor Recently, we started a...

A woman to remember

Clara Belle Drisdale Williams — first African American to graduate from New Mexico State University By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, instead of running my column, Comfort...

Strange History from Roswell and Beyond

A prehistoric Tiger King? By John LeMay Author and historian Due to the quarantine-induced love-fest that occurred with the Netflix “Tiger King” series, I couldn’t help but...

Historically Speaking: Capt. Jason W. James, a Founding Father, part 2

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Today, we continue last week’s story, which was written in part by Earnestine Chesser Williams and published in the “Old...

Spotlight: Lindsay Waugh show

Ocotillo Performing Arts Center's artist of the month show to benefit the center By Christina Stock Vision Editor Jewelry sculptor artist Lindsay Waugh is Ocotillo Performing Arts...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Kohlrabi casserole and award-winning author Bruce Wilson By Christina Stock Vision Editor It is funny how a scent or a taste can bring back childhood memories. Those memories...

Coping with COVID-19

Insights and ideas on how to deal with the 'new normal,' living 6 feet apart and social distancing By Christina Stock Vision Editor Recently, we started a...

Training for Life — the final chapter

Riding the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail — the story of Timothy Oracion, part 4 By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we continue Timothy Oracion’s adventure on the TransAmerica...

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