Better Living Through Travel

Sometimes the best way to replenish one’s mental health reserves is to get away from it all for a while – discover new sites and reconnect with the inner you. To put this notion into motion the Center for Spiritual Living, 575 N. Main St., is sponsoring a one-of-a-kind “Spiritual Journey” to the sky city…… Continue reading Better Living Through Travel

A Life In Song

The road to becoming a singing cowboy is seldom glamorous, if the songs depicting the struggle are any indication. That’s part of what makes those hard-living songs so universal. Now that Las Cruces’ own singing cowboy Tom Foster Morris has his own songs to share, denizens of southern New Mexico have even more to relate…… Continue reading A Life In Song

Raising The Diva Bar

The Divos are in fine form this year. Yes, you read that correctly. Just as Las Cruces’ own divas – Megan McQueen, Janet Mazdra, Della Bustamante, Carrie Klofach and Thea Cordova Mills — will be coming together for the third straight year to present a fundraising extravaganza to benefit the American Southwest Theatre Company, the…… Continue reading Raising The Diva Bar

Can’t Stop The Music

For about four decades, Alison Reynolds, founder and one fourth of local cello ensemble La Cella Bella, has been writing, arranging and performing the kind of music that makes people sit up and take notice. It was an obsession that started early. Born in El Paso to a theater teacher and a homemaker, Reynolds picked…… Continue reading Can’t Stop The Music

Three Times The Charm

Let me just start out by saying that despite having very eclectic taste in music, over a wide spectrum of styles, I have never been a huge fan of Bluegrass music. I know, I know, it’s traditional and pervasive and a lot of different musical styles borrow from it, I just can’t listen to it…… Continue reading Three Times The Charm