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Music: G(D)*P Release Party

By Christina Stock Vision Editor The band G(d)*P is hosting a free concert to present its new album The local band G(d)*P is releasing its new album...

Art: Grand Arts and Crafts Expo

Dalton's Flea Market opens its gates to the arts community and its fans By Christina Stock Vision Editor Dalton’s Flea Market, 2200 S. Sunset Ave., is having...

From the Vault: Howard Cook — World War II — documenting...

By Aubrey Hobart Roswell Museum and Art Center Curator of Collections and Exhibitions We get bored as hell at times here — in fact one of our...

Historically Speaking: A church built out of powder cans

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Recently I came across an article I thought was so interesting I had to share. Just a small bit...

Spotlight: Dream the impossible dream

The Roswell Community Little Theatre brings the legendary story of Don Quixote to stage By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Community Little Theatre, 1717 S. Union...

‘Wrong Turn to Roswell’ — Epilogue: Home is Where the Heart...

By S.E. Smith Illustrations by Pupped-Eclipse (Heather Donahue) The children’s story, “Wrong Turn to Roswell,” by USA Today and The New York Times bestselling author S.E....

Historically Speaking: Back to school in the old days

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record With the advent of a new school year and all students and faculty busy with new routines and schedules,...

Spotlight: Family After Hours returns

Families explore the world of color at the Roswell Museum and Art Center By Christina Stock Vision Editor Neuroscience research is revealing the impressive impact of arts...

pARTy After Hours: Swing into the ’40s

By Christina Stock Vision Editor The public is invited to spend the evening at the Roswell Museum and Art Center, 1011 N. Richardson Ave., for its...

Historically Speaking: Flying saucers — alien or domestic? A follow-up

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record This is a follow up to my article published in the July 28 edition of the Roswell Daily Record. The...

Spotlight: A season of education and music

Roswell Symphony Orchestra reaches out to youth with an educational program and is preparing for its new season By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Symphony Orchestra...

Thistle: is there any benefit to this often-maligned plant?

By Jeff Beauchamp wildlife biologist Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge I have to be honest. My first instinct when I see thistle in my yard or along...

History: New Billy the Kid book — unlike any that have...

By John LeMay historian If you are like me, you’re tired of the same old books on Billy the Kid. On the flip side, you probably...

Historically Speaking: ‘Uncle’ Ash Upson — a follow-up

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record As a follow-up to last week’s article on Ash Upson, I could not resist sharing more of his letters,...

Spotlight: Therapy gone to the dogs — in a good way

Owning a trained therapy dog goes beyond owning a pet; it's a commitment By Christina Stock Vision Editor Pet owners always knew, there is nothing better against...

Comfort food and books for comfort

Always good recipes and only good books: Curry sauce and a spy thriller By Christina Stock Vision Editor Usually, I read a book and based on this...

From the Vault: Art Deco

By Aubrey Hobert Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Roswell Museum and Art Center The years between World War I and World War II (1919-1940) were a contradictory period...

Historically Speaking: The life and times of Ash Upson

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Southeastern New Mexico and Roswell is somewhat magical in that it has produced so many “greats.” They may not...

‘Journey of the Noble Gnarble’

The children of the Missoula-style theater camp in Artesia take the audience below the sea By Christina Stock Vision Editor The children of the Missoula-style theater camp...

‘Wrong Turn to Roswell’ Episode 21

Saying Goodbye 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...

Historically Speaking: Flying saucers — alien or domestic?

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Sometimes, in doing research for something else, I run across an old article that certainly can give me cause...

Spotlight: It’s a family affair

Old Lincoln Days and folk pageant, "The Last escape of Billy the Kid," celebrate New Mexico's most notorious legend By Christina Stock Vision Editor Once a year,...

Music: Long live the king

New Mexico rapper Lxrd Melchior releases new album By Christina Stock Vision Editor Lxrd Melchior — who is also known as King Bentley — is a local,...

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...

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