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Spotlight: Heritage Dinner

The Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico is celebrating the dairy industry of Chaves County By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico...

‘Chicago’ — murder and all that jazz

Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre brings a new style of theater to Roswell By Christina Stock Vision Editor Way Way Off-Broadway Theatre Company’s production of the musical “Chicago”...

A creative harvest

The 38th Pecos Valley Potters Guild Arts and Crafts show offers a wide variety of art By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 38th annual Pecos Valley Potters...

From the Vault: Line in the Sand, part 2

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Roswell Museum and Art Center In last month’s column, I told the story of how the United States took control over...

Historically Speaking: The mystery at the library

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Several weeks ago, I received an email from a lady — she wants to stay anonymous, she said —...

Spotlight: Zane Runyan wins first ‘Ultimate Cowboy Showdown’

Former Roswell firefighter wins big on reality TV show By Christina Stock Vision Editor Zane Runyan is a modern day cowboy who grew up on his father’s...

A better community

An insight into the civic clubs — part 1: Altrusa By Christina Stock Vision Editor Today, we start a new series introducing our local clubs and organizations....

Young Artist to Watch: Maya Campuzano

By Christina Stock Vision Editor Usually, teachers approach me with their suggestions about a student that they see fit for the column “Young Artist to Watch,”...

Friends: The other side of war

Searching for stories of friendship By Dr. Veronika Ederer Special to the Daily Record Reading about the Apaches who resided in the Southwest of the U.S. can be...

Historically Speaking: The life and times of Mattie ‘Mittie’ Moore Wilson

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Mattie Moore was born in 1869, just 10 years before the first mass migration of African Americans from the...

Spotlight: Happy Birthday, AMoCA

The Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art celebrates its 25th anniversary By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art, 409 E. College Blvd., will have...

‘This We’ll Defend’

The United States Army Field Band & Soldiers' Chorus to perform By Christina Stock Vision Editor The United States Army Field Band & Soldiers’ Chorus will give...

Historically Speaking: Roswell Symphony Orchestra and the history of music in...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record In continuation of the celebration of the Roswell Symphony Orchestra starting their 60th season, and the history of music...

Spotlight: the 14th annual Roswell Jazz Festival

Jazz is in the air The 14th annual Roswell Jazz Festival has a new venue for its events and artists By Christina Stock Vision Editor The 14th annual...

Tall and small — all God’s creatures welcome

Blessing of the Animals takes place at St. Andrews Episcopal Church By Christina Stock Vision Editor At the Blessings of the Animals at St. Andrews Episcopal Church,...

Music: ‘Folly and Fate’

Roswell Symphony Orchestra concert kicks off 60th season By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Symphony Orchestra begins its 60th season with the concert “Folly & Fate,”...

Historically Speaking: Celebrating the history of music in Roswell and the...

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Our Roswell Symphony Orchestra will be celebrating its 60th season this year, so to honor them, I would like to...

Spotlight: Science and Chalk

Second annual Roswell Science and Art Festival brings in science star By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Roswell Museum and Art Center is presenting the second annual...

The tunes of the fair

Eastern New Mexico State Fair offers a wide variety of entertainment and live music By Christina Stock Vision Editor Flying people, robots, music and excitement — this...

From the Vault: Line in the Sand

By Aubrey Hobart Curator of Collections and Exhibitions at the Roswell Museum and Art Center The history of the boundary between the United States and Mexico is complicated...

Roswell attorney Hiram Dow and football, 1906-07

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record Hiram M. Dow had a long list of achievements, among those was being an attorney here in Roswell and...

Spotlight: Soup ‘n Bowl ‘Make Glaze Fire’

A favorite way of fundraising will benefit two of the newest art spaces By Christina Stock Vision Editor The Soup ‘n Bowl fundraiser will benefit Bone Springs...

It’s festival time

Chile, cheese, piñatas and entertainment — come for the Chile Cheese and Piñata Festival, stay for the Eastern New Mexico State Fair By Christina Stock Vision...

Historically Speaking: Pat Garrett — good or bad?

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record While researching something else, I ran across this letter to the editor about Pat Garrett, which peaked my curiosity,...

Spotlight: Who doesn’t love a murder mystery?

'Sweepstakes Murder Mystery' unfolds in downtown Roswell, benefiting Wings for L.I.F.E. program By Christina Stock Vision Editor Wings for L.I.F.E. presents the “Sweepstakes Murder Mystery” event Sept....

Artesia celebrates fall

This year's Fall Fiesta brings two iconic Hispanic bands to the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center in Artesia By Christina Stock Vision Editor For two days, the public...

An evening with Michael Martin Murphey

The legendary cowboy poet, singer and songwriter returns to Roswell for one night only By Christina Stock Vision Editor On the boot heels of being given a...

Historically Speaking: Piñons — a New Mexico tradition

By Janice Dunnahoo Special to the Daily Record What do you imagine with the onset of fall in New Mexico? For me, it is looking forward to...

Spotlight: In the space of a breath

Roswell Artist-in-Residence Erica Bailey exhibit opens at the Roswell Museum and Art Center By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Artist-in-Residence Erica Bailey’s exhibit opening takes place at...

Comfort food and books for comfort — The story of Woolton...

By Christina Stock Sometimes I find inspiration for this column and a recipe in a book, sometimes a recipe inspires me to find a book....

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