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Jim Terr

Q&A With Cinematic Entrepreneur

And promoter of Las Vegas: Jim Terr Promoting the community can sometimes feel like a thankless job. It requires hard work, a sweeping understanding of the area, discerning what makes the area appealing locally and to visitors, and an ability to connect with readers and viewers in interesting ways. Jim Terr continues to be a… Read More ›

Beth the columnist

ActYourAge! Beth Urech

Beth Urech is serious about her comedy and serious about her work, but you would not get that impression upon meeting her. A vivacious and engaging woman of “a certain age” who doesn’t pay much attention to the stereotype of how an older woman should act or live. She’s a bundle of energy on speed,… Read More ›

Old Men and Hats

First Town and Gown Photography Show at Highlands, Reception April 9

Las Vegas, N.M. – Highlands University presents the first Town and Gown Photography Show with an opening reception April 9 from 1 – 3 p.m. in Kennedy Alumni Hall, 905 University Ave. The exhibit features the work of the university’s Media Arts and Technology Department students and faculty as well as the Meadow City Camera… Read More ›

The Big Picture

Great Blocks in a Great Place

Last week MainStreet de Las Vegas hosted an Open House to inform the public about the Great Blocks on Mainstreet Project. Presenters included three professionals with outstanding credentials. Their commitment to excellence informs the process as MSLV begins planning for future improvements in the target areas of Railroad and Lincoln. Charlie Deans, AICP, is a… Read More ›

Wine and Paint

Artistic Adventure

Note: I don’t have names of the people in these photos, but they were having as much fun as we were at the “Wine and Paint” event held on Saturday at the El Fidel Restaurant. Lots of interpretations and lots of laughs. More years ago than I want to remember I took painting lessons. I… Read More ›

Understanding

Give Me Understanding

Psalm 119:34: Give me understanding, so that I may keep your law and obey it with all my heart. In our desire to be self-sufficient, we forget that on our own we are alive but lifeless. We have no purpose except to please ourselves. When we seek to understand others, we find ways to help… Read More ›

Something Different

If  you’ve never been to my site before you won’t see anything different, other than the fact I haven’t done much since my marathon poetry writing self-challenge in which I wrote a poem a day from Dec. 1 – 25. I’ve written a couple of other blogs since January 1, but that’s it. If, however,… Read More ›

Meredith's Work

Britt Realism: Nothing is as it seems

My friend Meredith Britt is among the artists taking part in the Second Invitational New Mexico Painters Exhibition at Kennedy Hall on the campus of New Mexico Highlands University. The show will be up beginning Sept. 6 and run through Oct. 16, with the reception to be held from 4-7 p.m. on opening day. Meredith… Read More ›

Happy Face

A walk in the park

These are a few snapshots from the People’s Faire. It was a perfect day. There were many booths and lots of bargains. The atmosphere was relaxing and interesting. As usual I saw lots of folks I hadn’t seen in a while so it was worth its weight in gold to reconnect. A couple of young… Read More ›

Love is Love

What I Believe

“This is how much God loved the world: He gave his Son, his one and only Son. And this is why: so that no one need be destroyed; by believing in him, anyone can have a whole and lasting life. God didn’t go to all the trouble of sending his Son merely to point an… Read More ›

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